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IC Title Match:
Chris Jericho (c) vs Val Venis

Repo Man vs Eddie Guerrero

Fatal Four Way Tag Team Match:
Undertaker and Kane vs Hardy Boyz vs Edge & Christian vs APA

William Regal vs Hillbilly Jim

Hardcore Title Open Invitational Match:
Raven (c) vs Doink The Clown vs The Goon vs One Man Gang vs Tazz vs Duke The Dumpster Droese

Big Show vs Kamala

Tag Team Street Fight:
Stephanie and Shane McMahon w/Linda McMahon vs Trish Stratus and Vince McMahon

European Title Match
Chris Benoit vs Test (c)

Tag Titles Match:
Dudley Boyz (c) vs RTC (The Goodfather and Bull Buchanan) w/Ivory

Chyna vs Steven Richards

No.1 Contenders Match
Stone Cold vs Kurt Angle w/Jim Cornette

TLC:
Natural Disasters vs The Bushwackers vs Foreign Legion (Iron Shiek and Volkoff)

WWF Title Ladder Match:
The Rock (c) vs Triple H

A grudge match from Summerslam '98
Love the ladder match, tag team street fight, the hardcore invitational & marked for Repo/Guerrero :D
 

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WWF Survivor Series '98 - Deadly Game


Winner Get's Head
Al Snow & Duanne Gill Vs. The Head Bangers w/Head

It's the odd ball match up to kick things off. Gill has recently joined the J.O.B. squad & himself & Snow match up against the unique Mosh & Thrasher. The Head Bangers recently stole Head, to be where head belongs according to them, with snow failing to recover head, he challengers the bangers to a tag team match. If they win they can keep Head forever, but if he & Gill win, Head comes back home. Al snow get's the win for his team when he nails Thrasher with Head while the referee is distracted.

3 on 3 Elimination Match
X-pac, Billy Gunn & The Road Dogg Vs. D'Lo Brown, Mark Henry & Steven Regal

Though the Nation has split up, former members Brown, Henry & Godfather have still been going toe to toe with DX, finishing off some unfinished business. During an all out brawl, Godfather was injured & is unable to lace them up at Survivor Series. Brown says to Henry he has found the perfect partner, he's a manly man, he's Steven Regal. Henry looks unimpressed with his partner, who is making his PPV debut in the WWF. All members of DX survive & have ended this on going feud once & for all

Triple Threat Elimination Tag Team Match
Jeff Jarrett & Debra Vs. Goldust & Sable Vs. Marc Mero & Jacqueline

It's battle of the couple's well at least two, in recent week's Sable has had her run in's with Double J & Debra &
her long time rival Jacqueline has still been causing her some grief. The only problem being with all this is that these women have someone by there side, to always throw Sable off of her game. During numerous altercation's, Goldust has come to Sable's rescue &
the once enemies have now found themselves together as a team. Goldust & Sable pick up the win, Mero eliminated Jarrett & Sable pinned the women's champion Jacqueline.

4 on 1 No. 1 Contender Elimination Match
Steve Austin Vs. Vince McMahon, Mankind, Ken Shamrock & The Big Boss Man

Steve Austin is still trying to get a shot at WWF title that he lost recently, Vince says that the only way he can get a shot, is if he win's his match up at Survivor Series. Vince says there is already 3 men in the title match & that the winner or winners of the match will go on to the main event & compete for the WWF title.

Vince says that Austin, must go up 4 on 1 against the corporation & those opponents will be, Mankind, Shamrock, Boss Man & even himself. Austin says he will go through anyone or anything to get what is his back. Austin eliminates Boss Man when he strikes him with the night stick & takes out Shamrock with the stunner. McMahon smashes Austin from behind with a steel chair leading to a disqualifcation, he continues to beat on Austin, until he is unable to get up. Mankind get's out the sock & sticks it down Austin's mouth who is out cold. His shoulders are down & the referee count's the 3. Mankind has advanced & hugs McMahon

WWF Championship Fatal 4 Way Elimination Match
The Rock Vs. The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer Vs. Mankind Vs. Kane w/ Special Referee - Shane McMahon

Undertaker & Kane recently beat Austin for the title & came to a time limit draw, leading to the WWF gold being vacant. The Rock finally get's a shot at the gold after winning a No. 1 Contender match at Breakdown & Mankind has earlier qualified.
Shane has been named the referee to make sure it is called right down the middle. The Undertaker eliminates Kane with a tombstone,
Mankind takes out the Undertaker & the final two remain. Mankind has Mr Socko on Rock but from behind Shane, low blows Mankind.
The Rock recovers & hit's the Rock Bottom, followed by a very fast 3 count by Shane & goes on to win the vacant title. Vince hands Rock the title & both McMahons & Rock celebrate together, much to the shock of Mankind & the fans.
 

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Tournament Final match for the vacant WWF Championship
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock

Vince McMahon has tried everything in his power to keep Austin from the title, but has been sidetracked by The Rock and his "people", allowing both undesirables to sneak into the finals of McMahon's Deadly Game. Surely, either way, the chairman will be unhappy with the result, right? Wrong, Rock puts Austin in the Sharpshooter, the bell is rung immediately and The Corporation is born. Shamrock, Boss Man and Shane O'Mac join in on the post-match beatdown until Mankind makes the save. Remembering how much of a delusional kiss-ass Foley has been over the past six months, Austin thanks him with a Stunner to end the show.

4-on-4 Survivor Series Elimination Match
The Undertaker & The Brood vs. Kane & D-Generation X

The unholy union between The Brothers of Destruction broke down during the tournament, leading to them teaming with respective unlikely allies for a traditional Survivor Series match. Undertaker and Kane eliminate each other by brawling into the crowd, getting counted out as Paul Bearer unsuccessfully attempted to get them to stop. This left the three-man stables to go at it, where X-Pac ends up as the sole survivor.

Bra and Panties Match for the WWF Women's Championship
Jacqueline(c) vs. Debra (with Jeff Jarrett)

Jacqueline's a tough broad and Debra's puppies need to be unleashed. You do the math. Jarrett deprives the audience of a real show when he wraps a towel around his girlfriend after the match.

WWF Hardcore Championship
Mankind(c) vs. Big Boss Man

Using any and everything in sight, these two brutalize each other around the arena before heading back into the ring. There, Ken Shamrock appears and helps Boss Man finally put down Foley to give the dirty cop the title, revealing an alliance between the two. If there is a devious plan being laid out by Vince McMahon tonight, it is clear that Mankind won't be apart of it.

5-on-5 Survivor Series Elimination Match
D'Lo Brown, Mark Henry, William Regal, Tiger Ali Singh & Droz vs. Animal, Gillberg, Scorpio & The Hardy Boyz

The Nation is not dead, but really act like bitter ex-girlfriends, promising that The Rock will fail without them. Not necessarily true but D'Lo and Henry end up being the survivors. Regal and Singh voice their disgust for America, Animal chases the disrespectful punk Droz around, The Hardy Boyz have a good showing with some fancy moves and Gillberg gets eliminated first. Sounds about right.

Loser Leaves WWF Match
Sable vs. Marc Mero

Time's up, Wildman. Don't let the door hit ya on the way out.

Intercontinental Championship
Ken Shamrock(c) vs. Val Venis

Shamrock's heel turn is completed here as he brutalizes the pornstar, who he feels wasn't taking the match seriously enough while flirting with women at ringside.

4-on-4 Survivor Series Elimination Match
Goldust, Al Snow & The Headbangers (with Head) vs. Jeff Jarrett, Bob Holly & Too Much (with Debra)

I think all of Jarrett's team were southerners and I know all of Goldust's team were weird. That about sums this match up. Team Freak makes a clean sweep here to kick off the show. HEAD HEAD HEAD HEAD
 

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Tournament Final match for the vacant WWF Championship
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock

Vince McMahon has tried everything in his power to keep Austin from the title, but has been sidetracked by The Rock and his "people", allowing both undesirables to sneak into the finals of McMahon's Deadly Game. Surely, either way, the chairman will be unhappy with the result, right? Wrong, Rock puts Austin in the Sharpshooter, the bell is rung immediately and The Corporation is born. Shamrock, Boss Man and Shane O'Mac join in on the post-match beatdown until Mankind makes the save. Remembering how much of a delusional kiss-ass Foley has been over the past six months, Austin thanks him with a Stunner to end the show.

4-on-4 Survivor Series Elimination Match
The Undertaker & The Brood vs. Kane & D-Generation X

The unholy union between The Brothers of Destruction broke down during the tournament, leading to them teaming with unlikely allies for a traditional Survivor Series match. Undertaker and Kane eliminate each other by brawling into the crowd, getting counted out as Paul Bearer unsuccessfully attempted to get them to stop. This left the three-man stables to go at it, where X-Pac ends up as the sole survivor.

Bra and Panties Match for the WWF Women's Championship
Jacqueline(c) vs. Debra (with Jeff Jarrett)

Jacqueline's a tough broad and Debra's puppies need to be unleashed. You do the math. Jarrett deprives the audience of a real show when he wraps a towel around his girlfriend after the match.

WWF Hardcore Championship
Mankind(c) vs. Big Boss Man

Using any and everything in sight, these two brutalize each other around the arena before heading back into the ring. There, Ken Shamrock appears and helps Boss Man finally put down Foley to give the dirty cop the title, revealing an alliance between the two. If there is a devious plan being laid out by Vince McMahon tonight, it is clear that Mankind won't be apart of it.

5-on-5 Survivor Series Elimination Match
D'Lo Brown, Mark Henry, William Regal, Tiger Ali Singh & Droz vs. Animal, Gillburg, Scorpio & The Hardy Boyz

The Nation is not dead, but really act like bitter ex-girlfriends, promising that The Rock will fail without them. Not necessarily true but D'Lo and Henry end up being the survivors. Regal and Singh voice their disgust for America, Animal chases the disrespectful punk Droz around, The Hardy Boyz have a good showing with some fancy moves and Gillburg gets eliminated first. Sounds about right.

Loser Leaves WWF Match
Sable vs. Marc Mero

Time's up, Wildman. Don't let the door hit ya on the way out.

Intercontinental Championship
Ken Shamrock(c) vs. Val Venis

Shamrock's heel turn is completed here as he brutalizes the pornstar, who he feels wasn't taking the match seriously enough while flirting with women at ringside.

4-on-4 Survivor Series Elimination Match
Goldust, Al Snow & The Headbangers (with Head) vs. Jeff Jarrett, Bob Holly & Too Much (with Debra)

I think all of Jarrett's team were southerners and I know all of Goldust's team were weird. That about sums this match up. Team Freak makes a clean sweep here to kick off the show. HEAD HEAD HEAD HEAD
Awesome, love that it's Austin/Rock in the finals, the hardcore & loser leaves town. Always dig the survivor series tag matches, solid lineup
 

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Five-Man Elimination Match for the vacant WWF Championship
Special Referee: Shane McMahon
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock vs. Mankind vs. Kane vs. The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer)


The Undertaker and Kane are owed title rematches from the Judgment Day outcome and because Vince wants to see the two kill each other. The Rock earned his shot from Breakdown in the Triple Threat Steel Cage and was forced by Vince to face & beat his former Nation buddies, Mark Henry and D-Lo Brown, in a Handicap Match on Raw to keep his shot in which Boss Man "accidentally" cost The Nation the match. Despite losing to Rock at Breakdown, Vince inserts his "chosen one", Mankind, into the match anyway to bring the belt home to The Corporation. And Austin was forced to earn his way into the match by defeating Ken Shamrock in another Steel Cage match on Raw to earn the final spot in which Boss Man accidentally cost Shamrock instead of Austin the match. Shane is appointed the referee of the match. Kane is the first to be eliminated with a Tombstone from Undertaker and Paul Bearer holding down his foot outside the ring while taking the pin. Kane chases his father Paul Bearer off to the back but then comes back out later to distract Undertaker who gets a Stunner and then a Rock Bottom from Austin and Rock to eliminate him. It's down to Austin, Rock and Mankind. Austin is next to be eliminated though to the shock of everyone when he Stunners Mankind and pins him but Shane stops at the count of 2 and then flips Austin the double bird, Austin goes for Shane but Brisco and Patterson attack Austin nailing him with a Steel Chair, allowing Mankind to pin him and eliminate him. Austin goes chasing after Shane, Brisco and Patterson to the back as it all comes down to Rock and Mankind. Earl Hebner comes down to the ring to officiate the match as Shane is hightailing it from Austin with his uncles. While Rock and Mankind duke it out, The Big Boss Man wheels Vince out in his wheelchair down to ringside, so he can watch the rest of the match. The Rock counters The Mandible Claw into The Rock Bottom and People's Elbow before looking at Vince ringside and giving him the People's Eyebrow. Rock locks the Sharpshooter on Mankind and as Earl is asking Mankind if he wants to give up, Vince gets up out of his wheelchair on his own two legs, revealing he's actually healed from his injury, and orders the timekeeper to ring the bell to the confusion of everyone. Vince snatches the WWF Title from the timekeeper and brings it into the ring as The Rock is announced the winner by submission. The world is in absolute shock though when Rock hugs Vince and is handed the WWF Title by him. The Rock and Vince cut their post-match promo, shitting all over the fans for getting duped the way they did. Mankind is up on his feet, confused and asks "dad" what's going on, only to get hit from behind with the title belt by Rock and both Rock and Boss Man beat Mankind down. Austin makes his way back into the arena though, no news on Shane, Brisco and Patterson's whereabouts but Austin is back and stares at the new alliance in the ring before he charges into the ring and fights both Boss Man and Rock, hitting a Stunner on Boss Man and whacking Rock with the WWF belt then throwing him out of the ring. Austin helps poor Mankind up to his feet only to give him a Stunner for being a "dumb son of a bitch". Austin picks up the WWF Title and looks at it one last time before chucking it at Rock on the outside and flipping off a livid Vince at ringside, signalling that it's not over between him and The Corporation and he's coming to reclaim his belt.

4-on-4 Survivor Series Elimination Match
D-Generation X and Val Venis vs. The Nation, Steven Regal and Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra)


Val Venis is an honorary member of DX tonight especially as they both love the ladies 'sucking it'. Debra is the latest victim of Val's affections and Jarrett doesn't want Val anywhere near his woman. He also shares hatred for DX with The Nation, who are responsible for cutting his hair. And Regal is disgusted by DX & Val's antics and wants to show them what a "Real Man's Man" is and acts like. Mark Henry is the first to be eliminated with a Spike Piledriver from The New Age Outlaws. Road Dogg is next to be eliminated after a Splash from Mark Henry as payback for getting eliminated and Jarrett puts the Figure Four Leglock on his former roadie, who fails to respond when the referee picks his arms up 3 times. Regal gets eliminated with The Fameasser by Billy Gunn. Debra distracts Billy Gunn long enough for Jeff Jarrett to hit a low blow on him and for D-Lo to follow it up with The Sky High and Lowdown on him for the pin. It's down to X-Pac and Val against Jarrett and D-Lo. X-Pac eliminates D-Lo next, countering a Lowdown attempt with The X-Factor. Debra distracts Val with her puppies and it turns him on, making him gyrate his hips in front of her. Jarrett uses this opportunity to try and smash his Guitar over Val's head but X-Pac grabs the Guitar from behind him and smashes it over Jarrett's head before Val goes up top and hits The Money Shot on Jarrett to finish him off. X-Pac and Val Venis are the sole survivors and win it for their team. But Val Venis makes it clear to X-Pac before he leaves the ring that he wants his European Title and is coming for it to which X-Pac welcomes the challenge.

Intergender Tag Team Match
Sable and Steve Blackman vs. Jacqueline and Marc Mero


Mero and Jacqueline have been a thorn in Sable's side for months but Sable gets some help from another professional fighter, martial-artist Steve Blackman who comes to her rescue against her piece of shit husband and his girlfriend. Blackman also defeated Mero in the Brawl-For-All Tournament earlier in the year, so Mero holds a grudge for Blackman. The Boxer and Karate expert duke it out and the two vixens go to war with their claws out. Sable sets up Jacqueline for the Sable-Bomb but Mero hits Sable in the face with the Women's Title and Jacqueline covers Sable, getting the win for her and Mero.

Street Fight Match for the WWF Intercontinental Championship
Ken Shamrock (c) vs. The Big Boss Man


With Boss Man costing Shamrock a spot in the main event, Shamrock wants Boss Man in a match and Boss Man agrees only if Shamrock puts the IC Title on the line, which Shamrock agrees to. Boss Man makes fun of Shamrock for growing up poor, homeless and turning to violence & crime while cops like him arrested people like him and took them off the streets and put them in juvenile hall and prison. Since Boss Man wants to talk about his past and bring up the streets, he tells Boss Man to knuckle up and fight him in a Street Fight match to which Boss Man accepts. The two tough guys brawl and go hardcore like they do best but Shamrock comes out victorious, making Boss Man tap out to the Ankle Lock after hitting him with his Nightstick, retaining the IC Title. The next night on Raw, Shamrock's victory has earned respect from Mr. McMahon and Vince convinces Shamrock to join The Corporation, even persuading Boss Man and Shamrock to make amends for the good of the team.

4-on-4 Survivor Series Elimination Match
The Legion Of Doom and The Hardy Boyz vs. The Headbangers and Too Much


The Hardy Boyz have an opportunity to get themselves noticed and shine on the big stage and get a big rub teaming with the legend that is Road Warrior Animal, who takes the younger stars under his wing just like with Droz. Unfortunately, Animal and Droz haven't really been getting along lately due to issues with Hawk. They take on the cocky arrogant fun loving group of Mosh, Thrasher, Brian Christopher and Scott Taylor. Scott Taylor is the first to be eliminated with a huge Powerslam by Animal. Droz is second to be eliminated, making a blind tag to his partner, Animal, who doesn't appreciate it, Droz tells him "he will take care of it now" but he doesn't as he gets rolled up in a schoolboy by Thrasher for the three count. Animal argues with Droz following the elimination and the two get into a shoving match with The Hardyz trying to play peacemaker but Droz attacks The Hardyz, giving them a double clothesline before he leaves the ring and Animal screams at him for his action as he walks away. This proves to be costly though as The Headbangers put Animal away with The Stage Dive, eliminating him and the young bucks, The Hardy Boyz are left alone in a 2-on-3 disadvantage. The Hardyz manage to prove their worth though, eliminating Brian Christopher with Poetry In Motion followed by an Inside Cradle by Jeff. It's down to The Hardyz and Headbangers. The Hardyz show off more of their fancy high-flying ability, proving they can hang with The Headbangers but in the end the veterans' experience pays off as The Headbangers eliminate Matt with a Double Flapjack and Mosh eliminates Jeff last with The Mosh Pit. The Headbangers are the sole survivors and have eliminated everyone on the opposing team, showing their dominance as a team and that they're coming for the Tag Team Titles.

4-on-4 Survivor Series Elimination Match
The J.O.B Squad vs. The Brood and Goldust (w/ Head)


The freaks and outcasts of the WWF take each other on in the opening match of Survivor Series, kicking things off in a weird wonderful way. The J.O.B Squad and The Brood are feuding for stable supremacy and Goldust has stolen Head from Al Snow, wanting the popular Head as his mascot and redesigning head, putting gold glitter on the manikin head's face and hair, basically make it more feminine than it already looked like. The J.O.B Squad also welcome it's newest member, Duane Gill to the stable, helping them in their fight. Gill doesn't have a great debut though as he's the first to get eliminated by Edge with The Downward Spiral. Christian is the first to be eliminated from his team with The 450 Splash from Scorpio. Gangrel eliminates Bob Holly with The Impaler DDT. Al Snow eliminates Gangrel with The Snow Plow. Scorpio is then eliminated by Goldust with Shattered Dreams. Down to Snow against Edge and Goldust. But Edge accidentally misses Snow and gets Goldust with a Spear, leading to Edge getting planted and eliminated with a second Snow Plow, coming down to just Snow and Goldust, who are fighting over Head. Goldust gets the upper hand over Snow, grabs Head from the timekeeper's desk, bringing it into the ring and attempts to hit Snow in the face with it but Snow ducks, kicks Goldust with Head falling out of his hands on the canvas, and picks him up in the air for another Snow Plow but Goldust slips down behind Snow and sets him up for The Curtain Call. Goldust lifts Snow up in the air for The Curtain Call but Snow flips over behind Goldust, landing on his feet and quickly picks Head up off the ground and whacks Goldust across the face with Head and then covers him for the pin, getting the win for The J.O.B Squad. Al Snow is the sole survivor and Head is back in his possession as the fans chant for Head. Snow talks to Head, asking him "why did you abandon me for Goldust and what's all this gold glitter on you?" as he leaves the ring.
 

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Five-Man Elimination Match for the vacant WWF Championship
Special Referee: Shane McMahon
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock vs. Mankind vs. Kane vs. The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer)


The Undertaker and Kane are owed title rematches from the Judgment Day outcome and because Vince wants to see the two kill each other. The Rock earned his shot from Breakdown in the Triple Threat Steel Cage and was forced by Vince to face & beat his former Nation buddies, Mark Henry and D-Lo Brown, in a Handicap Match on Raw to keep his shot in which Boss Man "accidentally" cost The Nation the match. Despite losing to Rock at Breakdown, Vince inserts his "chosen one", Mankind, into the match anyway to bring the belt home to The Corporation. And Austin was forced to earn his way into the match by defeating Ken Shamrock in another Steel Cage match on Raw to earn the final spot in which Boss Man accidentally cost Shamrock instead of Austin the match. Shane is appointed the referee of the match. Kane is the first to be eliminated with a Tombstone from Undertaker and Paul Bearer holding down his foot outside the ring while taking the pin. Kane chases his father Paul Bearer off to the back but then comes back out later to distract Undertaker who gets a Stunner and then a Rock Bottom from Austin and Rock to eliminate him. It's down to Austin, Rock and Mankind. Austin is next to be eliminated though to the shock of everyone when he Stunners Mankind and pins him but Shane stops at the count of 2 and then flips Austin the double bird, Austin goes for Shane but Brisco and Patterson attack Austin nailing him with a Steel Chair, allowing Mankind to pin him and eliminate him. Austin goes chasing after Shane, Brisco and Patterson to the back as it all comes down to Rock and Mankind. Earl Hebner comes down to the ring to officiate the match as Shane is hightailing it from Austin with his uncles. While Rock and Mankind duke it out, The Big Boss Man wheels Vince out in his wheelchair down to ringside, so he can watch the rest of the match. The Rock counters The Mandible Claw into The Rock Bottom and People's Elbow before looking at Vince ringside and giving him the People's Eyebrow. Rock locks the Sharpshooter on Mankind and as Earl is asking Mankind if he wants to give up, Vince gets up out of his wheelchair on his own two legs, revealing he's actually healed from his injury, and orders the timekeeper to ring the bell to the confusion of everyone. Vince snatches the WWF Title from the timekeeper and brings it into the ring as The Rock is announced the winner by submission. The world is in absolute shock though when Rock hugs Vince and is handed the WWF Title by him. The Rock and Vince cut their post-match promo, shitting all over the fans for getting duped the way they did. Mankind is up on his feet, confused and asks "dad" what's going on, only to get hit from behind with the title belt by Rock and both Rock and Boss Man beat Mankind down. Austin makes his way back into the arena though, no news on Shane, Brisco and Patterson's whereabouts but Austin is back and stares at the new alliance in the ring before he charges into the ring and fights both Boss Man and Rock, hitting a Stunner on Boss Man and whacking Rock with the WWF belt then throwing him out of the ring. Austin helps poor Mankind up to his feet only to give him a Stunner for being a "dumb son of a bitch". Austin picks up the WWF Title and looks at it one last time before chucking it at Rock on the outside and flipping off a livid Vince at ringside, signalling that it's not over between him and The Corporation and he's coming to reclaim his belt.

4-on-4 Survivor Series Elimination Match
D-Generation X and Val Venis vs. Jeff Jarrett, The Nation and Steven Regal (w/ Debra)


Val Venis is an honorary member of DX tonight especially as they both love the ladies 'sucking it'. Debra is the latest victim of Val's affections and Jarrett doesn't want Val anywhere near his woman. He also shares hatred for DX with The Nation, who are responsible for cutting his hair. And Regal is disgusted by DX & Val's antics and wants to show them what a "Real Man's Man" is and acts like. Mark Henry is the first to be eliminated with a Spike Piledriver from The New Age Outlaws. Road Dogg is next to be eliminated after a Splash from Mark Henry as payback for getting eliminated and Jarrett puts the Figure Four Leglock on his former roadie, who fails to respond when the referee picks his arms up 3 times. Regal gets eliminated with The Fameasser by Billy Gunn. Debra distracts Billy Gunn long enough for Jeff Jarrett to hit a low blow on him and for D-Lo to follow it up with The Sky High and Lowdown on him for the pin. It's down to X-Pac and Val against Jarrett and D-Lo. X-Pac eliminates D-Lo next, countering a Lowdown attempt with The X-Factor. Debra distracts Val with her puppies and it turns him on, making him gyrate his hips in front of her. Jarrett uses this opportunity to try and smash his Guitar over Val's head but X-Pac grabs the Guitar from behind him and smashes it over Jarrett's head before Val goes up top and hits The Money Shot on Jarrett to finish him off. X-Pac and Val Venis are the sole survivors and win it for their team. But Val Venis makes it clear to X-Pac before he leaves the ring that he wants his European Title and is coming for it to which X-Pac welcomes the challenge.

Intergender Tag Team Match
Sable and Steve Blackman vs. Jacqueline and Marc Mero


Mero and Jacqueline have been a thorn in Sable's side for months but Sable gets some help from another professional fighter, martial-artist Steve Blackman who comes to her rescue against her piece of shit husband and his girlfriend. Blackman also defeated Mero in the Brawl-For-All Tournament earlier in the year, so Mero holds a grudge for Blackman. The Boxer and Karate expert duke it out and the two vixens go to war with their claws out. Sable sets up Jacqueline for the Sable-Bomb but Mero hits Sable in the face with the Women's Title and Jacqueline covers Sable, getting the win for her and Mero.

Street Fight Match for the WWF Intercontinental Championship
Ken Shamrock (c) vs. The Big Boss Man


With Boss Man costing Shamrock a spot in the main event, Shamrock wants Boss Man in a match and Boss Man agrees only if Shamrock puts the IC Title on the line, which Shamrock agrees to. Boss Man makes fun of Shamrock for growing up poor, homeless and turning to violence & crime while cops like him arrested people like him and took them off the streets and put them in juvenile hall and prison. Since Boss Man wants to talk about his past and bring up the streets, he tells Boss Man to knuckle up and fight him in a Street Fight match to which Boss Man accepts. The two tough guys brawl and go hardcore like they do best but Shamrock comes out victorious, making Boss Man tap out to the Ankle Lock after hitting him with his Nightstick, retaining the IC Title. The next night on Raw, Shamrock's victory has earned respect from Mr. McMahon and Vince convinces Shamrock to join The Corporation, even persuading Boss Man and Shamrock to make amends for the good of the team.

4-on-4 Survivor Series Elimination Match
The Legion Of Doom and The Hardy Boyz vs. The Headbangers and Too Much


The Hardy Boyz have an opportunity to get themselves noticed and shine on the big stage and get a big rub teaming with the legend that is Road Warrior Animal, who takes the younger stars under his wing just like with Droz. Unfortunately, Animal and Droz haven't really been getting along lately due to issues with Hawk. They take on the cocky arrogant fun loving group of Mosh, Thrasher, Brian Christopher and Scott Taylor. Scott Taylor is the first to be eliminated with a huge Powerslam by Animal. Droz is second to be eliminated, making a blind tag to his partner, Animal, who doesn't appreciate it, Droz tells him "he will take care of it now" but he doesn't as he gets rolled up in a schoolboy by Thrasher for the three count. Animal argues with Droz following the elimination and the two get into a shoving match with The Hardyz trying to play peacemaker but Droz attacks The Hardyz, giving them a double clothesline before he leaves the ring and Animal screams at him for his action as he walks away. This proves to be costly though as The Headbangers put Animal away with The Stage Dive, eliminating him and the young bucks, The Hardy Boyz are left alone in a 2-on-3 disadvantage. The Hardyz manage to prove their worth though, eliminating Brian Christopher with Poetry In Motion followed by an Inside Cradle by Jeff. It's down to The Hardyz and Headbangers. The Hardyz show off more of their fancy high-flying ability, proving they can hang with The Headbangers but in the end the veterans' experience pays off as The Headbangers eliminate Matt with a Double Flapjack and Mosh eliminates Jeff last with The Mosh Pit. The Headbangers are the sole survivors and have eliminated everyone on the opposing team, showing their dominance as a team and that they're coming for the Tag Team Titles.

4-on-4 Survivor Series Elimination Match
The J.O.B Squad vs. The Brood and Goldust (w/ Head)


The freaks and outcasts of the WWF take each other on in the opening match of Survivor Series, kicking things off in a weird wonderful way. The J.O.B Squad and The Brood are feuding for stable supremacy and Goldust has stolen Head from Al Snow, wanting the popular Head as his mascot and redesigning head, putting gold glitter on the manikin head's face and hair, basically make it more feminine than it already looked like. The J.O.B Squad also welcome it's newest member, Duane Gill to the stable, helping them in their fight. Gill doesn't have a great debut though as he's the first to get eliminated by Edge with The Downward Spiral. Christian is the first to be eliminated from his team with The 450 Splash from Scorpio. Gangrel eliminates Bob Holly with The Impaler DDT. Al Snow eliminates Gangrel with The Snow Plow. Scorpio is then eliminated by Goldust with Shattered Dreams. Down to Snow against Edge and Goldust. But Edge accidentally misses Snow and gets Goldust with a Spear, leading to Edge getting planted and eliminated with a second Snow Plow, coming down to just Snow and Goldust, who are fighting over Head. Goldust gets the upper hand over Snow, grabs Head from the timekeeper's desk, bringing it into the ring and attempts to hit Snow in the face with it but Snow ducks, kicks Goldust with Head falling out of his hands on the canvas, and picks him up in the air for another Snow Plow but Goldust slips down behind Snow and sets him up for The Curtain Call. Goldust lifts Snow up in the air for The Curtain Call but Snow flips over behind Goldust, landing on his feet and quickly picks Head up off the ground and whacks Goldust across the face with Head and then covers him for the pin, getting the win for The J.O.B Squad. Al Snow is the sole survivor and Head is back in his possession as the fans chant for Head. Snow talks to Head, asking him "why did you abandon me for Goldust and what's all this gold glitter on you?" as he leaves the ring.
Love the main event & story line. All the elimination tag matches are solid & really like what you did with Shamrock/Bossman.
 

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Undertaker vs Headbangers

Vince sets up matches for the opponents of his team

Stone Cold vs New Age Outlaws

The Rock vs D'Lo Brown and Mark Henry

Gold J.O.B. (Sable, Goldust, Al Snow, and Duane Gill) vs Team Knockout w/Debra (Jacqueline, Marc Mero, Jeff Jarrett, and Steven Regal)

The Corporate Ladder (Mankind, Big Boss Man, Ken Shamrock, and Kane) vs The People's Team (The Rock, Stone Cold, Undertaker, and Shane McMahon)

Vince threw his son in the match as for revenge for hiring Austin, but was really there to make sure Rock was the only person on the team left standing so he could pin mankind and win the match and Vince can say The Rock "earned" the title and hands him the belt.
 

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Undertaker vs Headbangers

Vince sets up matches for the opponents of his team

Stone Cold vs New Age Outlaws

The Rock vs D'Lo Brown and Mark Henry

Gold J.O.B. (Sable, Goldust, Al Snow, and Duane Gill) vs Team Knockout w/Debra (Jacqueline, Marc Mero, Jeff Jarrett, and Steven Regal)

The Corporate Ladder (Mankind, Big Boss Man, Ken Shamrock, and Kane) vs The People's Team (The Rock, Stone Cold, Undertaker, and Shane McMahon)

Vince threw his son in the match as for revenge for hiring Austin, but was really there to make sure Rock was the only person on the team left standing so he could pink mankind and win the match and Vince can say The Rock "earned" the title and hands him the belt.
I like the idea of the corporations opponents having to go through handicap matches before the main event. Something different :)
 

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WrestleMania IX

WWF Championship Match
Bret Hart (c) Vs. Hulk Hogan w/Jimmy Hart

The biggest superstar in the history of the WWF the Hulkster has returned at the Royal Rumble & goes on to win the match, to earn a shot at the current champion the Hitman. Both men remain faces in the feud & Bret is out to prove that he is really, the best that there ever will be. During the match Yokozuna & Mr. Fuji make there way down ringside, Yokozuna shoves Jimmy Hart to the ground, which gains the referees attention. Bret is still down from the big boot & is unaware of everything going on, Mr. Fuji sneaks up from behind & levels hogan with the flag pole snapping it across Hogan's head. Bret crawls over & lays an arm on top of Hogan & the referee count's to 3 & the Hitman retains. Yokozuna has gained revenge from earlier in the evening but he still isn't done. He drags Hogan to the corner, looking to hit the Bonzai Drop, as he climbs the ropes, Bret is up on his feet & push's Yoko over the top rope & he goes crashing down to the floor with a big thud. Bret helps Hulk to his feet & they celebrate together to end the show.

Las Vegas Street Fight
Randy Savage Vs. Razor Ramon

These two have been at each other's throat's since Razor's debut, Macho want's to put an end to it, Razor suggests it be a street fight & we'll see who the real macho man is. Razor picks up the win after connecting with the Razor's Edge. After the match Ramon let's Savage get to his feet & offers a hand shake, after everything they have been through. Savage shakes Razor's hand & leaves Razor in the ring to celebrate, Ramon's transition into babyface.

The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer Vs. Doink the Clown

With Doink recently playing mind games with the Deadman, including being swamped by multiple Doink's at one stage he has challenged Doink to a match, who happily accepts. Prior to the event Doink has stolen the earn off of Bearer, during a match of the Undertakers & it has yet to be retrieved. During the match Doink goes to use the earn & out comes this green mist, forcing Doink to throw it away & it landing right in the hand's of Bearer. Undertaker get's back up & catches Doink in the tombestone for the 3 count.

Yokozuna w/Mr. Fuji Vs. Brutus Beefcake

When Hogan eliminated the undefeated Yokozuna at the Royal Rumble, it left Yoko enraged. So much, that the following night on Raw he attacked Hogan's best friend Brutus & put him out of action for some time. Brutus returned & challenged Yoko to a match at WrestleMania. Yokozuna goes on to win the match after the Bonzai Drop, after the match Yoko lays a US flag on Beefcake & hit's a massive leg drop. as he goes for another Hogan comes to the rescue & hit's Yoko with a number of punches & a big boot, forcing Yoko to the floor, but lands on his feet.

WWF Tag Team Championship
Money Inc. (c) Vs. The Steiner Brothers

The Steiner Brothers are chasing there first WWF tag team title reign & have finally got a shot, after months of Money Inc. dodging them at every opportunity. The Steiner's go on to capture the tag team championship.

Lex Luger Vs. Bob Backlund

The narcissist made his debut at the rumble, it was shortly lived however as he was too busy show boating & flexing during the match, that Backlund was able to eliminate him from behind. Luger would run back in the ring & hit Backlund with a running forearm leaving him out cold. It was later proven that there is a metal plate in Luger's forearm, which is why it caused so much damage to Bob. When Backlund returns, he goes swinging in on Luger with a steel chair during a match, but Luger is able to quickly get out of the way. Jack Tunney has set up a match between the two at WrestleMania, with the forearm banned. Luger goes on to win the match via submission with a new finisher the rebel rack.

WWF Intercontinental Championship Match
Shawn Michaels w/Luna Vachon Vs. Mr. Perfect

These two have been feuding for some time now, including a time when Perfect cost Michaels the Intercontinental gold. Perfect finally get's a shot at Michaels & looks to capture the Intercontinental gold once again. Michaels picks up the win, when he hit's the sweet chin music after Vachon distracted Perfect.

Tatanka & Crush w/Sensational Sherri Vs. The Head Shrinkers w/Afa


With Tatanka & Crush both having problems with the shrinkers a match has been set up pairing them together. Tatanka & Crush go on to win the match, after the match, out comes the new comer, The Giant Gonzales, who takes out both Tatanka & Crush.
 

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WWF World Heavyweight Championship
Bret Hart(c) vs. Hulk Hogan (with Jimmy Hart)

The Hulkster returned out of nowhere in February, expecting to be put in the WWF Title conversation despite Yokozuna winning the Rumble and the upstart Lex Luger constantly calling him out. Hogan lays down a challenge to The Hitman for WrestleMania, which is accepted. This causes a bunch of controversy as it seems Hulk jumped the line. Bret's alibi is that he'd be crazy to turn down the chance to face Hulk Hogan on the Grandest Stage of Them All. Against his usual character, Hogan doesn't really give a response and lets his new manager Jimmy Hart tell people that The Hulkster can basically do what he wants because he's Hulk freakin' Hogan. Bret remains respectful while Hulk comes off somewhat heelish as he questions The Hitman's credibility as champion. Rumors start spreading that the fame has finally went to Hogan's head and Jimmy is the source of Hulk's new attitude.

Whether he likes it or not, Hogan puts over Bret clean. And despite Jimmy's protests, Hulk considers shaking hands with Bret. This is doesn't happen as Yokozuna emerges and attacks both men. Beat down and tired, the two stars have trouble fighting the behemoth off. Suddenly, The Undertaker saunters out and brawls with Yoko to the back, further supporting that their feud isn't over yet. Both Hogan and The Hitman slowly get up, while Jimmy snatches the World Title and gives it to Hulk, claiming he's the real champion and goads The Hulkster into smashing Bret with it. Hogan looks at the belt for a long time and simply hands it to Bret. Jimmy starts losing his shit but then Hulk knocks him on his ass. After a tense staredown, the two men shake hands and The Hulkster raises Bret Hart's hand, officially passing the torch to The New Generation. And peaking out of the curtain, Lex Luger is seen looking on in disgust.

WWF Intercontinental Championship
Shawn Michaels(c) (with Luna Vachon) vs. Randy Savage (with Sensational Sherri)

This young punk Michaels needs to be taught a lesson, according to his former sidepiece Sherri. Macho Man fights HBK, but not for Sherri to get her revenge. At first, he refuses to deal with Sherri again after "last time" but once Shawn opens his mouth, Randy is obliged to lay down a beating. Due to Sherri's temper getting the best of her, she tries to hit Shawn but accidentally whacks Savage, allowing The Heartbreak Kid to retain in dirty fashion. Sherri tries to apologize to Randy afterwards, but he's having none of it, saying he can't believe he fell for her crap again. Macho Man briefly berates her before leaving for the commentary booth.

The Undertaker (with Paul Bearer) vs. Yokozuna (with Mr. Fuji)
Miffed that despite winning the Rumble he is not getting a World Title shot at WrestleMania, Yoko's demand for a high level of competition is met by the gongs and darkness of The Undertaker. In a true battle of the titans, the #1 contender gets frustrated after realizing he won't be able to put The Deadman down. So, Mr. Fuji throws salt in the eyes of Taker in plain view of the referee, causing the disqualification. This doesn't matter as Yoko resumes beating on The Undertaker with numerous running splashes and leg drops. As a result, Undertaker is carried out. This rivalry isn't over by a long shot.

Lex Luger vs. Brutus Beefcake
The Narcissist arrived in the WWF vowing to vanquish the "Old Generation," badmouthing legends and veterans like Hogan, Perfect and Backlund. He would've gladly faced one of them at WrestleMania but only The Barber was available. Beating up The Hulkster's best friend will suffice as an illegal forearm does the trick, knocking Brutus out. "You can't run forever, Hulk," says Luger before he looks at himself in the mirror.

WWF Tag Team Championship
Money Inc.(c) vs. The Steiner Brothers

DiBiase and IRS have jerked around the tag division for long enough and now is their comeuppance. Numerous suplexes force Money Inc. to try to get themselves counted out, but The Headshrinkers appear and block their way out before throwing the champions back into the ring. DiBiase's money and title shot bribes are no good as he and his tax man lose the titles seconds later. Following the match, Afa's boys make it clear that they didn't do what they did out the goodness of their Samoan hearts, as the duo expects a tag title collision with Scott & Rick down the line.

Bob Backlund vs. Doink the Clown
Mr. Backlund feels like he's in The Twilight Zone. This isn't the same WWF he dominated and left almost a decade ago. Doink is a prime example of this, as numerous pranks embarrass Backlund. Somehow, the clown steals a victory over the former WWF Champion and to add insult to injury, tripping and then dumping water on Bob when he tried to shake hands after the match. Sooner or later, this New Generation is gonna make Backlund snap.

Tatanka vs. Crush
Never cared for Tatanka or his undefeated streak, so the monster heel Crush will end it here.

Razor Ramon vs. Mr. Perfect
Following his betrayal of Ric Flair and subsequently sending him packing from WWF, Perfect has a new problem in Razor Ramon, who is upset that Perfect eliminated Razor's buddy. The arrogance and power of Ramon is not enough to stop Mr. Perfect's comeback tour as the Perfect-Plex does the job.
 

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Doink 1 and Doink 2 vs The Steiner Brothers

Razor Ramon vs Tatanka

Razor has claimed that his gold jewelry are alot more expensive and better then Tatanka's "ugly" Indian jewelry.

Briefcase on a Pole Match:
IRS vs Brutus Beefcake w/Jimmy Hart

After IRS hitted Brutus in the face with the briefcase only weeks after surgery Brutus wants revenge so this match was created.

IC Title Match:
Shawn Michaels (c) w/Luna Vachon vs Bob Backlund w/Scholarly Sherri

The Undertaker vs "The Narcissist" Lex Luger

The Narcissist can't see his reflection everytime The Undertaker shuts off the lights.

Hulk Hogan w/Jimmy Hart vs Giant Gonzalez w/Harvey Wippleman

Yokozuna vs Mr Perfect

WWF World Title Match:
Bret Hart (c) vs Ted Dibiase
 

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WWF World Heavyweight Championship
Bret Hart (c) vs. Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart)


Hulk Hogan returns at the beginning of 1993 to lend help to his good friends Brutus Beefcake and Jimmy Hart against Money Inc, who they have been feuding with after giving a nasty briefcase shot to Brutus' face, which left him bloody and Hart begging for Money Inc to stop, splitting their alliance. Hogan and Beefcake get the revenge on Money Inc. At the Royal Rumble, Beefcake is scheduled to compete in the Royal Rumble match but just as his time comes to enter the match, he's seen laying on the floor backstage, attacked by a mystery perpetrator. Hogan, EMT's and referees check on Beefcake and the EMT's declare Beefcake can't compete in the match, so Beefcake suggests to Hogan that he take his spot in the Rumble match, Hogan resists at first but Beefcake persuades Hogan to take his spot. Hogan enters the Rumble match, taking Beefcake's spot and ends up winning, eliminating Yokozuna last with a huge body slam over the top rope, winning his third Rumble. Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji try to dispute the win and get it rescinded, saying Hogan was never in the match originally, so his win shouldn't be allowed but management lets the win stand and Hogan officially gets the shot at Wrestlemania. Yokozuna and Fuji aren't happy with the decision but Bret is happy to take on Hogan. In the war of words leading up to their match, Hogan acts a bit heelish, underestimating Bret, acting like he isn't in his league and Bret says he will prove him wrong. Bret and Hogan have a clean competitive match. Hogan hits the boot on Bret and goes for the Legdrop but Bret moves out of the way just in time and as Hogan rolls over on the mat, holding his lower back in pain, Bret applies a La Magistral Cradle on Hogan, rolling him up for a shocking 1-2-3. Hogan shakes Bret's hand after the match, passing the torch to the leader of The New Generation. Bret thanks him and then leaves the ring to allow Hogan one last moment of glory in the ring in front of the fans. As Hogan poses for his Hulkamaniacs, Lex Luger and Yokozuna run out and attack Hogan from behind, double teaming him. Bret runs back out to save Hogan and along with Hogan, rid the ring of Luger and Yokozuna. Luger and Yokozuna exchange words with Hogan and Bret before leaving, and Bret and Hogan celebrate to end the show.

Mr. Perfect vs. Razor Ramon

This feud has been going on since Survivor Series and has escalated when Perfect rid the WWF of Razor's friend, Ric Flair. The feud comes to an end here however as Razor and Perfect settle it once for and all. Razor ends up stealing the victory when Perfect knocks him out of the ring, Razor grabs his toothpick from the timekeepers desk and when Perfect reaches out inbetween the ropes to grab Razor and drag him back into the ring, Razor throws his toothpick at Perfect's eye (not really getting him in the eye), blinding Perfect, and Razor rolls back into the ring and rolls Perfect up with a schoolboy, holding his tights in the process and scores the 3 count. After regaining his sight back, Perfect goes looking for Razor backstage following the match, where he's seen engaging in conversation with Shawn Michaels and Lex Luger. Perfect attacks Razor and bumps into Michaels & Luger, Michaels and Luger attack Perfect from behind, double teaming him while Razor runs off. Luger hits Perfect from behind with his metal plated forearm, knocking him out. Luger picks Perfect back up to his feet and holds him up for Michaels to hit Sweet Chin Music on, knocking him out again.

Casket Match
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) vs. Papa Shango


It's the battle of the supernatural. Ever since The Undertaker eliminated Papa Shango in the Royal Rumble match, Papa Shango has been obsessed with The Undertaker, playing mind games and tricks on him with his voodoo. Shango has made black goo come out of Paul Bearer's urn, put a curse on Bearer making him vomit similar to what Shango did to Warrior, made a pack of snakes appear in a casket belonging to Undertaker, who he planned on putting a random jobber opponent in on an episode of Superstars. Taker gives Shango a taste of his own medicine, playing mind games and tricks of his own back like destroying Shango's personal skull and bones collection with lightning, making a group of worms appear in Shango's hat and setting fire to Shango's cape, burning it to ashes. Shango interferes in another match of Undertaker's on Superstars and locks him in another casket he brought out for his opponent, nailing down the casket with Taker inside shut and then dragging it out to the back with him. When Shango opens the casket though looking to exact revenge on Taker, Taker isn't there and has disappeared from the casket, which even freaks Shango out. Taker challenges Shango to a Casket match at Mania, which Shango accepts. The two dark weird superstars have a back and forth match but it ends with Taker Chokeslamming Shango off the ring apron into the Casket and shutting the lid. Taker celebrates his victory, kneeling to the urn but as he does, the Casket lid opens back up at ringside, however instead of Papa Shango appearing out of the Casket...it's Giant Gonzalez, who somehow through Shango's magic has replaced Shango in the Casket. Giant Gonzalez steps into the ring over the top rope and attacks The Undertaker from behind. Harvey Wippleman runs out and screams at Taker and Bearer as Gonzalez is beating up Taker, "you thought I was done with you?", referring to Taker's previous feud with him and Kamala. Taker fights back against the monster and clotheslines him out of the ring, only Gonzalez lands on his feet. Gonzalez wants to get back in the ring but Harvey tells Gonzalez to save it for another time and screams at Taker that they aren't done with him yet.

Lex Luger (w/ Bobby Heenan) vs. Brutus Beefcake (w/ Jimmy Hart)

After Beefcake was attacked by a mystery perpetrator at Royal Rumble, which cost Beefcake his opportunity to enter the match and get a WWF Title shot, Beefcake, Hogan and Hart all suspected it was Money Inc behind the attack. But it's revealed that it was actually Lex Luger who attacked Beefcake and took him out of the Rumble at the urging of Hogan's nemesis, Bobby Heenan. It was Bobby Heenan who introduced the world to The Narcisst at Royal Rumble and he has convinced Luger that Hogan and Beefcake are back in the WWF to hog the spotlight from The New Generation guys like him and to make a statement to them with his attack that the 'Old Generation' need to leave and don't belong in today's WWF where the newer stars like him deserve to shine and can't with Hogan, Beefcake and other legends around. Their statement has backfired with Hogan taking Beefcake's spot in the Royal Rumble and main eventing Wrestlemania but since Hogan is busy with the WWF Title, Luger is gonna attempt to take out Brutus for good before he moves on to his good buddy Hogan next. Luger accomplishes the first part of his mission, beating Beefcake with his metal plated Running Forearm, bloodying Beefcake's face again doing more damage to it, writing Beefcake out of the WWF so he can go and get surgery to repair his broken face.

Ladder Match for the WWF Intercontinental Championship
Shawn Michaels (c) (w/ Luna Vachon) vs. Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri)


When I said it wasn't over between Shawn and Randy not by a long shot after Shawn's cheap way out of his IC Title match with Savage at Survivor Series (in my rebooking) where he came close to losing the belt to Savage and escaped with the title by causing a DQ, I meant it as the feud has continued ever since with Savage eliminating Shawn Michaels in the Royal Rumble match. Shawn and Savage have kept on fighting, brawling backstage, Shawn interfering in Savage's matches. It's time to end this feud once & for all and to make sure there's a proper winner this time, Savage wants Shawn in a Ladder Match to make sure he can't escape the match with the title by DQ, Countout or by pulling any shenanigans, which management grants the request of. Shawn isn't happy about the decision but has no choice. Shawn has also recently split with Sherri and got himself a new squeeze in Luna Vachon. Sherri wants to be by Savage's side for the match to get her hands on Luna and Savage doesn't trust her at first after their rocky history but then changes his mind and allows her to be in his corner to take care of Luna, who Sherri is just as crazy as, if she gets out of line. Shawn and Savage steal the show with their epic match that sees some spots that leave the fans in awe like Michaels hitting a Splash off the top of the Ladder onto Savage and Savage hitting an Elbow Drop off the top of the Ladder onto Michaels. Luna gets into the ring and climbs up the Ladder to try and retrieve the belt for Shawn but Sherri also gets into the ring and climbs up the other side of the Ladder, chasing her up to the top. As Luna grabs away at the belt, Sherri punches Luna in the gut & face over and over again until Luna falls off the Ladder. Sherri climbs back down, continuing her beatdown on Luna, Luna escapes Sherri's wrath and legs it to the back with Sherri chasing after her. With the women gone, Shawn and Randy are back up on their feet and climb up the Ladder at the same time. They get into a slugfest atop the Ladder with Randy getting the better of the punches, Randy reaches for the belt but Shawn pokes Randy in the eyes and then uses the dangling IC belt to hit Randy in the face with causing Randy to fall off the Ladder and Shawn unhooks the IC Title, pulling it down to retain the belt. Shawn celebrates on top of the Ladder, raising the belt in the air, showing off to the crowd, before climbing down and leaving, still champion.

Tatanka vs. Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji)

Yokozuna isn't competing for the title tonight but he takes on Tatanka who has gone undefeated for over a year. Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji berate America and its citizens for allowing the decision with Hogan winning the Rumble to stand after they appealed it, saying it was an "illegal victory", calling Americans a pack of "liars, cheaters and scumbags". The Native American, Tatanka stands up for America against the Japanese invaders. Yokozuna hands Tatanka his first ever loss in the WWF after Mr. Fuji throws salt in Tatanka's eyes, blinding him, and Yokozuna hits the Banzai Drop on him, breaking his streak and making a big statement to the WWF that he's soon going to rule the WWF.

Crush vs. Giant Gonzalez (w/ Harvey Wippleman)

Harvey Wippleman recently debuted his new monster after failing to get anywhere with Kamala and their first target is Crush after they overhear him making fun of Gonzalez's furry bodysuit and the sizes of both Gonzalez & Wippleman, which wrestler and manager don't take kindly to. The two big men square off but the larger Gonzalez gets the victory over Crush after exposing the top turnbuckle padding and bashing Crush's face off the metal ring holding the ropes while Wippleman distracts the referee and finishes Crush off with a big boot to the face for good measure before covering him.

The Two Doinks vs. The Headshrinkers (w/ Afa)

Ever since the evil clown debuted, he has found himself easy targets in the dumb Headshrinkers to play his pranks on, who barely understand what is going on. He has tripped them up with wire, planted whoopee cushions for them to sit on in the locker room, given them fake plastic apples to bite on which they mistake for real apples, fooled them with a prosthetic arm, confused them with a copycat Doink, the two Doinks have thrown buckets of water on them and tricked Afa with a squirting flower, squirting water on him. The Headshrinkers have had enough though and finally realize what is going on after the Doinks create balloon animals for them, only to pop them in their faces with needles, prompting The Headshrinkers to beat the hell out of the two Doinks. The two identical looking teams are booked for a tag match at Wrestlemania. The Headshrinkers dominate much of the match against Doink 1 and Doink 2 but the evil clowns pull out the victory when original Doink hits Fatu with a prosthetic arm over & over again and covers him for the win.

Tito Santana vs. Bob Backlund

The WWF are in The New Generation Era but that doesn't mean they can't pay their respects to the legends that paved the way and helped get them to where they are today as we get a match between two respectable legends who came around in the same era in the late 70's/early 80's. The former Intercontinental Champion and WWF Champion shake hands before this Legends match begins and put on a respectable competitive good match in the spirit of the old days. Backlund however snaps towards the end after El Matador hits him with the Flying Forearm Smash, which he escapes losing from by getting his foot on the bottom rope, and Backlund goes crazy on Chico, eventually making him submit to The Crossface Chickenwing. However, Backlund comes back to his senses, realizing what just happened and helps Santana back up to his feet, apologizing to him and shaking his hand & raising his arm up to the crowd before they both leave.

WWF World Tag Team Championship
Money Inc. (c) vs. The Steiner Brothers


Wrestlemania kicks off with Money Inc defending their Tag Team Titles against The Steiner Brothers, who have earned the opportunity to challenge them for the belts, defeating The Beverly Brothers and then The Headshrinkers to get their shot. Dibiase offers them cash to back out of the match, knowing The Steiner's tough rep, but the only gold The Steiners want are the Tag Titles and they refuse. The Steiners mat wrestle, suplex and beat Money Inc into the ground, dominating them. IRS tries to hit Scott with his briefcase but Scott ducks under and IRS gets taken out with a hard Steinerline from Rick. Scott finishes off Dibiase with the Frankensteiner and pins him to win the titles for himself and his brother. The Steiners celebrate with their first WWF gold and open IRS' briefcase, throwing stacks of cash from the briefcase out into the crowd to the fans and Money Inc leave fuming at losing both their titles and money.
 

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WWF World Heavyweight Championship
Bret Hart(c) vs. Hulk Hogan (with Jimmy Hart)

The Hulkster returned out of nowhere in February, expecting to be put in the WWF Title conversation despite Yokozuna winning the Rumble and the upstart Lex Luger constantly calling him out. Hogan lays down a challenge to The Hitman for WrestleMania, which is accepted. This causes a bunch of controversy as it seems Hulk jumped the line. Bret's alibi is that he'd be crazy to turn down the chance to face Hulk Hogan on the Grandest Stage of Them All. Against his usual character, Hogan doesn't really give a response and lets his new manager Jimmy Hart tell people that The Hulkster can basically do what he wants because he's Hulk freakin' Hogan. Bret remains respectful while Hulk comes off somewhat heelish as he questions The Hitman's credibility as champion. Rumors start spreading that the fame has finally went to Hogan's head and Jimmy is the source of Hulk's new attitude.

Whether he likes it or not, Hogan puts over Bret clean. And despite Jimmy's protests, Hulk considers shaking hands with Bret. This is doesn't happen as Yokozuna emerges and attacks both men. Beat down and tired, the two stars have trouble fighting the behemoth off. Suddenly, The Undertaker saunters out and brawls with Yoko to the back, further supporting that their feud isn't over yet. Both Hogan and The Hitman slowly get up, while Jimmy snatches the World Title and gives it to Hulk, claiming he's the real champion and goads The Hulkster into smashing Bret with it. Hogan looks at the belt for a long time and simply hands it to Bret. Jimmy starts losing his shit but then Hulk knocks him on his ass. After a tense staredown, the two men shake hands and The Hulkster raises Bret Hart's hand, officially passing the torch to The New Generation. And peaking out of the curtain, Lex Luger is seen looking on in disgust.

The Undertaker (with Paul Bearer) vs. Yokozuna (with Mr. Fuji)
Miffed that despite winning the Rumble he is not getting a World Title shot at WrestleMania, Yoko's demand for a high level of competition is met by the gongs and darkness of The Undertaker. In a true battle of the titans, the #1 contender gets frustrated after realizing he won't be able to put The Deadman down. So, Mr. Fuji throws salt in the eyes of Taker in plan view of the referee, causing the disqualification. This doesn't matter as Yoko resumes beating on The Undertaker with numerous running splashes and leg drops. As a result, Undertaker is carried out. This rivalry isn't over by a long shot.

WWF Intercontinental Championship
Shawn Michaels(c) (with Luna Vachon) vs. Randy Savage (with Sensational Sherri)

This young punk Michaels needs to be taught a lesson, according to his former sidepiece Sherri. Macho Man fights HBK, but not for Sherri to get her revenge. At first, he refuses to deal with Sherri again after "last time" but once Shawn opens his mouth, Randy is obliged to lay down a beating. Due to Sherri's temper getting the best of her, she tries to hit Shawn but accidentally whacks Savage, allowing The Heartbreak Kid to retain in dirty fashion. Sherri tries to apologize to Randy afterwards, but he's having none of it, saying he can't believe he fell for her crap again. Macho Man briefly berates her before leaving for the commentary booth.

Lex Luger vs. Brutus Beefcake
The Narcissist arrived in the WWF vowing to vanquish the "Old Generation," badmouthing legends and veterans like Hogan, Perfect and Backlund. He would've gladly faced one of them at WrestleMania but only The Barber was available. Beating up The Hulkster's best friend will suffice as an illegal forearm does the trick, knocking Brutus out. "You can't run forever, Hulk," says Luger before he looks at himself in the mirror.

WWF Tag Team Championship
Money Inc.(c) vs. The Steiner Brothers

DiBiase and IRS have jerked around the tag division for long enough and now is there comeuppance. Numerous suplexes force Money Inc. to try to get themselves counted out, but The Headshrinkers appear and block their way out before throwing the champions back into the ring. DiBiase's money bribe is no good as he and his tax man lose the titles seconds later. Following the match, Afa's boys make it clear that they didn't do what they did out the goodness of their Samoan hearts, as the duo expects a tag title collision with Scott & Rick down the line.

Bob Backlund vs. Doink the Clown
Mr. Backlund feels like he's in The Twilight Zone. This isn't the same WWF he dominated and left almost a decade ago. Doink is a prime example of this, as numerous pranks embarrass Backlund. Somehow, the clown steals a victory over the former WWF Champion and to add insult to injury, tripping and then dumping water on Bob when he tried to shake hands after the match. Sooner or later, this New Generation is gonna make Backlund snap.

Tatanka vs. Crush
Never cared for Tatanka or his undefeated streak, so the monster heel Crush will end it here.

Razor Ramon vs. Mr. Perfect
Following his betrayal of Ric Flair and subsequently sending him packing from WWF, Perfect has a new problem in Razor Ramon, who is upset that Perfect eliminated Razor's buddy. The arrogance and power of Ramon is not enough to stop Mr. Perfect's comeback tour as the Perfect-Plex does the job.
Awesome lineup, digging everything on the show!
 

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Doink 1 and Doink 2 vs The Steiner Brothers

Razor Ramon vs Tatanka

Razor has claimed that his gold jewelry are alot more expensive and better then Tatanka's "ugly" Indian jewelry.

Briefcase on a Pole Match:
IRS vs Brutus Beefcake w/Jimmy Hart

After IRS hitted Brutus in the face with the briefcase only weeks after surgery Brutus wants revenge so this match was created.

IC Title Match:
Shawn Michaels (c) w/Luna Vachon vs Bob Backlund w/Scholarly Sherri

The Undertaker vs "The Narcissist" Lex Luger

The Narcissist can't see his reflection everytime The Undertaker shuts off the lights.

Hulk Hogan w/Jimmy Hart vs Giant Gonzalez w/Harvey Wippleman

Yokozuna vs Mr Perfect

WWF World Title Match:
Bret Hart (c) vs Ted Dibiase
I like how you went a different path, Hogan/Gonzalez is pretty cool, just for the spectacle of it, really like Undertaker/Luger, Michaels/Backlund , the briefcase match & the 2 Doinks teaming up.
 

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WWF World Heavyweight Championship
Bret Hart (c) vs. Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart)


Hulk Hogan returns at the beginning of 1993 to lend help to his good friends Brutus Beefcake and Jimmy Hart against Money Inc, who they have been feuding with after giving a nasty briefcase shot to Brutus' face, which left him bloody and Hart begging for Money Inc to stop, splitting their alliance. Hogan and Beefcake get the revenge on Money Inc. At the Royal Rumble, Beefcake is scheduled to compete in the Royal Rumble match but just as his time comes to enter the match, he's seen laying on the floor backstage, attacked by a mystery perpetrator. Hogan, EMT's and referees check on Beefcake and the EMT's declare Beefcake can't compete in the match, so Beefcake suggests to Hogan that he take his spot in the Rumble match, Hogan resists at first but Beefcake persuades Hogan to take his spot. Hogan enters the Rumble match, taking Beefcake's spot and ends up winning, eliminating Yokozuna last with a huge body slam over the top rope, winning his third Rumble. Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji try to dispute the win and get it rescinded, saying Hogan was never in the match originally, so his win shouldn't be allowed but management lets the win stand and Hogan officially gets the shot at Wrestlemania. Yokozuna and Fuji aren't happy with the decision but Bret is happy to take on Hogan. In the war of words leading up to their match, Hogan acts a bit heelish, underestimating Bret, acting like he isn't in his league and Bret says he will prove him wrong. Bret and Hogan have a clean competitive match. Hogan hits the boot on Bret and goes for the Legdrop but Bret moves out of the way just in time and as Hogan rolls over on the mat, holding his lower back in pain, Bret applies a La Magistral Cradle on Hogan, rolling him up for a shocking 1-2-3. Hogan shakes Bret's hand after the match, passing the torch to the leader of The New Generation. Bret thanks him and then leaves the ring to allow Hogan one last moment of glory in the ring in front of the fans. As Hogan poses for his Hulkamaniacs, Lex Luger and Yokozuna run out and attack Hogan from behind, double teaming him. Bret runs back out to save Hogan and along with Hogan, rid the ring of Luger and Yokozuna. Luger and Yokozuna exchange words with Hogan and Bret before leaving, and Bret and Hogan celebrate to end the show.

Mr. Perfect vs. Razor Ramon

This feud has been going on since Survivor Series and has escalated when Perfect rid the WWF of Razor's friend, Ric Flair. The feud comes to an end here however as Razor and Perfect settle it once for and all. Razor ends up stealing the victory when Perfect knocks him out of the ring, Razor grabs his toothpick from the timekeepers desk and when Perfect reaches out inbetween the ropes to grab Razor and drag him back into the ring, Razor throws his toothpick at Perfect's eye (not really getting him in the eye), blinding Perfect, and Razor rolls back into the ring and rolls Perfect up with a schoolboy, holding his tights in the process and scores the 3 count. After regaining his sight back, Perfect goes looking for Razor backstage following the match, where he's seen engaging in conversation with Shawn Michaels and Lex Luger. Perfect attacks Razor and bumps into Michaels & Luger, Michaels and Luger attack Perfect from behind, double teaming him while Razor runs off. Luger hits Perfect from behind with his metal plated forearm, knocking him out. Luger picks Perfect back up to his feet and holds him up for Michaels to hit Sweet Chin Music on, knocking him out again.

Casket Match
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) vs. Papa Shango


It's the battle of the supernatural. Ever since The Undertaker eliminated Papa Shango in the Royal Rumble match, Papa Shango has been obsessed with The Undertaker, playing mind games and tricks on him with his voodoo. Shango has made black goo come out of Paul Bearer's urn, put a curse on Bearer making him vomit similar to what Shango did to Warrior, made a pack of snakes appear in a casket belonging to Undertaker, who he planned on putting a random jobber opponent in on an episode of Superstars. Taker gives Shango a taste of his own medicine, playing mind games and tricks of his own back like destroying Shango's personal skull and bones collection with lightning, making a group of worms appear in Shango's hat and setting fire to Shango's cape, burning it to ashes. Shango interferes in another match of Undertaker's on Superstars and locks him in another casket he brought out for his opponent, nailing down the casket with Taker inside shut and then dragging it out to the back with him. When Shango opens the casket though looking to exact revenge on Taker, Taker isn't there and has disappeared from the casket, which even freaks Shango out. Taker challenges Shango to a Casket match at Mania, which Shango accepts. The two dark weird superstars have a back and forth match but it ends with Taker Chokeslamming Shango off the ring apron into the Casket and shutting the lid. Taker celebrates his victory, kneeling to the urn but as he does, the Casket lid opens back up at ringside, however instead of Papa Shango appearing out of the Casket...it's Giant Gonzalez, who somehow through Shango's magic has replaced Shango in the Casket. Giant Gonzalez steps into the ring over the top rope and attacks The Undertaker from behind. Harvey Wippleman runs out and screams at Taker and Bearer as Gonzalez is beating up Taker, "you thought I was done with you?", referring to Taker's previous feud with him and Kamala. Taker fights back against the monster and clotheslines him out of the ring, only Gonzalez lands on his feet. Gonzalez wants to get back in the ring but Harvey tells Gonzalez to save it for another time and screams at Taker that they aren't done with him yet.

Lex Luger (w/ Bobby Heenan) vs. Brutus Beefcake (w/ Jimmy Hart)

After Beefcake was attacked by a mystery perpetrator at Royal Rumble, which cost Beefcake his opportunity to enter the match and get a WWF Title shot, Beefcake, Hogan and Hart all suspected it was Money Inc behind the attack. But it's revealed that it was actually Lex Luger who attacked Beefcake and took him out of the Rumble at the urging of Hogan's nemesis, Bobby Heenan. It was Bobby Heenan who introduced the world to The Narcisst at Royal Rumble and he has convinced Luger that Hogan and Beefcake are back in the WWF to hog the spotlight from The New Generation guys like him and to make a statement to them with his attack that the 'Old Generation' need to leave and don't belong in today's WWF where the newer stars like him deserve to shine and can't with Hogan, Beefcake and other legends around. Their statement has backfired with Hogan taking Beefcake's spot in the Royal Rumble and main eventing Wrestlemania but since Hogan is busy with the WWF Title, Luger is gonna attempt to take out Brutus for good before he moves on to his good buddy Hogan next. Luger accomplishes the first part of his mission, beating Beefcake with his metal plated Running Forearm, bloodying Beefcake's face again doing more damage to it, writing Beefcake out of the WWF so he can go and get surgery to repair his broken face.

Ladder Match for the WWF Intercontinental Championship
Shawn Michaels (c) (w/ Luna Vachon) vs. Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri)


When I said it wasn't over between Shawn and Randy not by a long shot after Shawn's cheap way out of his IC Title match with Savage at Survivor Series (in my rebooking) where he came close to losing the belt to Savage and escaped with the title by causing a DQ, I meant it as the feud has continued ever since with Savage eliminating Shawn Michaels in the Royal Rumble match. Shawn and Savage have kept on fighting, brawling backstage, Shawn interfering in Savage's matches. It's time to end this feud once & for all and to make sure there's a proper winner this time, Savage wants Shawn in a Ladder Match to make sure he can't escape the match with the title by DQ, Countout or by pulling any shenanigans, which management grants the request of. Shawn isn't happy about the decision but has no choice. Shawn has also recently split with Sherri and got himself a new squeeze in Luna Vachon. Sherri wants to be by Savage's side for the match to get her hands on Luna and Savage doesn't trust her at first after their rocky history but then changes his mind and allows her to be in his corner to take care of Luna, who Sherri is just as crazy as, if she gets out of line. Shawn and Savage steal the show with their epic match that sees some spots that leave the fans in awe like Michaels hitting a Splash off the top of the Ladder onto Savage and Savage hitting an Elbow Drop off the top of the Ladder onto Michaels. Luna gets into the ring and climbs up the Ladder to try and retrieve the belt for Shawn but Sherri also gets into the ring and climbs up the other side of the Ladder, chasing her up to the top. As Luna grabs away at the belt, Sherri punches Luna in the gut & face over and over again until Luna falls off the Ladder. Sherri climbs back down, continuing her beatdown on Luna, Luna escapes Sherri's wrath and legs it to the back with Sherri chasing after her. With the women gone, Shawn and Randy are back up on their feet and climb up the Ladder at the same time. They get into a slugfest atop the Ladder with Randy getting the better of the punches, Randy reaches for the belt but Shawn pokes Randy in the eyes and then uses the dangling IC belt to hit Randy in the face with causing Randy to fall off the Ladder and Shawn unhooks the IC Title, pulling it down to retain the belt. Shawn celebrates on top of the Ladder, raising the belt in the air, showing off to the crowd, before climbing down and leaving, still champion.

Tatanka vs. Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji)

Yokozuna isn't competing for the title tonight but he takes on Tatanka who has gone undefeated for over a year. Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji berate America and its citizens for allowing the decision with Hogan winning the Rumble to stand after they appealed it, saying it was an "illegal victory", calling Americans a pack of "liars, cheaters and scumbags". The Native American, Tatanka stands up for America against the Japanese invaders. Yokozuna hands Tatanka his first ever loss in the WWF after Mr. Fuji throws salt in Tatanka's eyes, blinding him, and Yokozuna hits the Banzai Drop on him, breaking his streak and making a big statement to the WWF that he's soon going to rule the WWF.

Crush vs. Giant Gonzalez (w/ Harvey Wippleman)

Harvey Wippleman recently debuted his new monster after failing to get anywhere with Kamala and their first target is Crush after they overhear him making fun of Gonzalez's furry bodysuit and the sizes of both Gonzalez & Wippleman, which wrestler and manager don't take kindly to. The two big men square off but the larger Gonzalez gets the victory over Crush after exposing the top turnbuckle padding and bashing Crush's face off the metal ring holding the ropes while Wippleman distracts the referee and finishes Crush off with a big boot to the face for good measure before covering him.

The Two Doinks vs. The Headshrinkers (w/ Afa)

Ever since the evil clown debuted, he has found himself easy targets in the dumb Headshrinkers to play his pranks on, who barely understand what is going on. He has tripped them up with wire, planted whoopee cushions for them to sit on in the locker room, given them fake plastic apples to bite on which they mistake for real apples, fooled them with a prosthetic arm, confused them with a copycat Doink, the two Doinks have thrown buckets of water on them and tricked Afa with a squirting flower, squirting water on him. The Headshrinkers have had enough though and finally realize what is going on after the Doinks create balloon animals for them, only to pop them in their faces with needles, prompting The Headshrinkers to beat the hell out of the two Doinks. The two identical looking teams are booked for a tag match at Wrestlemania. The Headshrinkers dominate much of the match against Doink 1 and Doink 2 but the evil clowns pull out the victory when original Doink hits Fatu with a prosthetic arm over & over again and covers him for the win.

Tito Santana vs. Bob Backlund

The WWF are in The New Generation Era but that doesn't mean they can't pay their respects to the legends that paved the way and helped get them to where they are today as we get a match between two respectable legends who came around in the same era in the late 70's/early 80's. The former Intercontinental Champion and WWF Champion shake hands before this Legends match begins and put on a respectable competitive good match in the spirit of the old days. Backlund however snaps towards the end after El Matador hits him with the Flying Forearm Smash, which he escapes losing from by getting his foot on the bottom rope, and Backlund goes crazy on Chico, eventually making him submit to The Crossface Chickenwing. However, Backlund comes back to his senses, realizing what just happened and helps Santana back up to his feet, apologizing to him and shaking his hand & raising his arm up to the crowd before they both leave.

WWF World Tag Team Championship
Money Inc. (c) vs. The Steiner Brothers


Wrestlemania kicks off with Money Inc defending their Tag Team Titles against The Steiner Brothers, who have earned the opportunity to challenge them for the belts, defeating The Beverly Brothers and then The Headshrinkers to get their shot. Dibiase offers them cash to back out of the match, knowing The Steiner's tough rep, but the only gold The Steiners want are the Tag Titles and they refuse. The Steiners mat wrestle, suplex and beat Money Inc into the ground, dominating them. IRS tries to hit Scott with his briefcase but Scott ducks under and IRS gets taken out with a hard Steinerline from Rick. Scott finishes off Dibiase with the Frankensteiner and pins him to win the titles for himself and his brother. The Steiners celebrate with their first WWF gold and open IRS' briefcase, throwing stacks of cash from the briefcase out into the crowd to the fans and Money Inc leave fuming at losing both their titles and money.
Another complete show from top to bottom, love the story telling behind it all. Really love how you made Michaels/Savage a ladder match, just awesome!
 

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Going to be a quick one from me this week, have been holidaying the past week with my better half. Looking forward to reading what you guys come up with.

WCW Spring Stampede 2000

4 on 4 Elimination Tag Team Match
Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash & Diamond Dallas Page w/Kimberly Vs. Scott Steiner, Buff Bagwell, Mike Awesome & Shane Douglas w/Eric Bischoff & Vince Russo

Winner - Scott Steiner

WCW Championship Match
Sting Vs. Jeff Jarrett

Winner - Jeff Jarrett

WCW United States Championship Finals Match
Booker T Vs. Billy Kidman w/Torrie Wilson

Winner - Booker T

WCW Hardcore Championship Six Pack Challenge Match
Terry Funk Vs. Dustin Rhodes Vs. Bam Bam Bigelow Vs. Norman Smiley Vs. Crowbar w/Daffney Vs. The Wall

Winner - Dustin Rhodes

WCW Tag Team Championship Four Corners Match
Disco Inferno & Lash LeRoux Vs. The Mamalukes Vs. The Harris Brothers Vs. Harlem Heat 2000 w/J. Biggs & Kash

Winner - The Mamalukes

WCW United States Championship Semi Final Matches
Booker T Vs. Vampiro
Lex Luger w/Elizabeth Vs. Billy Kidman w/Torrie Wilson

Winner - Booker T & Billy Kidman

WCW Cruiserweight Championship Fatal 5 Way Match
Chris Candido w/Tammy Sytch Vs. Shane Helms Vs. Juventud Guerrera Vs. The Artist w/Paisley Vs. Shannon Moore

Winner - Chris Candido
 

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Four Corners Match for the vacant WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Hulk Hogan vs. Diamond Dallas Page (with Kimberly Page) vs. Scott Steiner vs. Mike Awesome

While Russo considered simply handing the Big Gold Belt to Jarrett (his golden boy) or Steiner (who threatened to murder him constantly), Bischoff overruled it to make it a 4-Way. In order to show he had turned a new leaf, Easy E not only input Steiner (only man who hadn't been World Champion and was coming off suspension) in the match but also inserted Ric Flair as an act of good faith. Unfortunately, Naitch was attacked backstage minutes before the match by Shane Douglas and his Triple Threat buddies, Bigelow and Candido. Seemingly proving the Russo would have the last laugh, Awesome emerged as his replacement (Russo is credited for poaching the former ECW Champion away) and proceeded to dominate the match. It is confusing that Jarrett didn't come out instead, but let's assume he knew better than to piss off Awesome and just hung back.

It seemed to be over when Awesome put Hogan down with a Powerbomb, but his celebrations were cut short when a limping Kevin Nash (who was attacked by the debuting Awesome on Nitro) did the same to him, but through a table, before Mike could make the pin. This left DDP and Steiner as the last two men standing, and they pummeled each other unsurprisingly based on their bad blood. Big Poppa Pump is not a role model, so he used Page's wife Kimberly as a human shield and then beat the distracted DDP with a lead pipe before slapping on the Steiner Recliner to become World Heavyweight Champion for the first time. While Eric Bischoff maneuvered past Vince Russo's goons and plots, he now has to contend with an unpredictable maniac as the crown jewel of his "new" WCW.

Match for the vacant WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Jeff Jarrett (with The Harris Brothers) vs. Booker T (with Harlem Heat 2000)

One person who has benefitted from Vince Russo is Double J. But Easy E's return has put a halt to his World Title aspirations, refusing to hand him the title and lets him earn the US Title instead. Across from him is Booker, whose tumultuous relationship with his brother Stevie Ray has held him back from meeting main event potential.

Surprisingly, Stevie convinces his new partners to back Booker up against Jarrett's goons but there is tension since could be all a scam to screw his brother over again. When it comes down to it, Stevie is the only other person in the match who has his brother's back and prevents Harlem Heat 2000 from handing Jarrett the title. As a result, Booker T gets one step closer to the top of WCW and Stevie redeems himself before retiring to do commentary.

Match for Control of WCW
Vince Russo vs. Eric Bischoff

Instead of these two controversial figures teaming up, they will clash to determine the fate of WCW. Russo spent months behind the Powers-that-Be moniker and expected the returning Bischoff to help on the business end, but that was not the case. Their power struggle led to all the titles being vacated and now one must be exiled in order for WCW to move forward. Realising Bischoff's karate background, Russo attempts to beg off long enough to allow the debuting KroniK to interfere. Just when it seems Bryan Adams and Bryan Clarke are gonna do Russo's bidding, they turn on him (maybe payback for Dustin?) and allow Eric Bischoff to regain control of WCW with a karate kick to the dome. Following High Times from KroniK, the stretcher bound Powers-That-Be is thrown out by security. The devil WCW knows defeated the devil WCW didn't know and will once again reign in Hell, so to speak.

Match for the vacant WCW World Tag Team Championship
Sting & Vampiro vs. Totally Buff (with Elizabeth)

During a time where the locker room is divided between young and old, Bischoff's guys and Russo's guys, Sting and Vampiro have found common ground as Brothers in Paint. The Stinger's best friend Lex Luger still can't get over be replaced by a young punk like Vampiro. And Buff, while he hates Lex's guts, is forced to team with him in order to reverse his bad fortunes that have been going on since late 1999. Teamwork between Sting & Vamp is excellent, while Luger's attitude causes Buff to walk out on his partner, allowing The Brothers in Paint to become the new champions.

Loser Leaves WCW
Terry Funk vs. Dustin Rhodes

Being the tyrant he is, Vince Russo has tormented and manipulated Dustin since he's returned. The American Nightmare is now forced to put down one of his father's greatest foes, The Funk Man. Rhodes is successful, but instead of permanently injuring Funk like Russo requested, he shakes the legend's hand. Livid, Russo comes out a cuts a BATB 2000-like promo on Dustin (disparaging his father Dusty and Dustin's failures) before promptly firing him. Rhodes goes to attack his former boss before walking out of the building, with security not too far behind.

Mixed Tag Team Match
Billy Kidman & Torrie Wilson vs. Chris Candido &Tammy Lynn Sytch

Catfight, CATFIIIIIIGGHT. The guys had to stick up for their girlfriends even though they'd rather be competing for gold. Kidman continues his underdog momentum, coming out on top with a beautiful Shooting Star Press.

Hardcore Invitational for the WCW Hardcore Championship
Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Norman Smiley vs. The Wall vs. Disco Inferno vs. Ernest Miller vs. Crowbar (with Daffney) vs. The Artist (with Paisley) vs. Big Vito vs. Johnny the Bull vs. Lash LeRoux

Some of WCW's most prominent jobbers faced each other for the opportunity to finally get some singles gold. A fight to the death amongst the lovable losers was highlighted by Disco Inferno turning on The Mamalukes and Bam Bam going on a tear, nearly dominating the match until being canceled out by The Wall and Screamin' Norman Smiley steals the win! Crowbar and Daffney are more upset than usual about this, promising that they'll be chasing Smiley for the title as long as it takes.

Match for the vacant WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Juventud Guerrera vs. Shane Helms (with Shannon Moore)

Juvi returns to WCW and overcomes the 2-on-1 advantage of the boy band to become champion. Helms put in a good performance, but even with Moore's interference, it is seen here that he's not ready to lead the cruisers just yet.
 

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Four Corners Match for the vacant WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Hulk Hogan vs. Diamond Dallas Page (with Kimberly Page) vs. Scott Steiner vs. Mike Awesome

While Russo considered simply handing the Big Gold Belt to Jarrett (his golden boy) or Steiner (who threatened to murder him constantly), Bischoff overruled it to make it a 4-Way. In order to show he had turned a new leaf, Easy E not only input Steiner (only man who hadn't been World Champion and had been suspended) in the match but also inserted Ric Flair as an act of good faith. Unfortunately, Naitch was attacked backstage minutes before the match by Shane Douglas. Seemingly proving the Russo would have the last laugh, Awesome emerged as his replacement (Russo is credited for poaching the former ECW Champion away) and proceeded to dominate the match.

It seemed to be over when Awesome put Hogan through a table with a Powerbomb, but his celebrations were cut short when a limping Kevin Nash (who was attacked by the debuting Awesome on Nitro) did the same to him before Mike could make the pin. This left DDP and Steiner as the last two men standing, and they pummeled each other unsurprisingly based on their bad blood. Big Poppa Pump is not a role model, so he used Page's wife Kimberly as a human shield and then beat the distracted DDP with a lead pipe before slapping on the Steiner Recliner to become World Heavyweight Champion for the first time. While Eric Bischoff maneuvered past Vince Russo's goons and plots, he now has to contend against a psycho as the crown jewel of his "new" WCW.

Match for the vacant WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Jeff Jarrett (with The Harris Brothers) vs. Booker T (with Harlem Heat 2000)

One person who has benefit from Vince Russo's reign has been Double J. But Easy E's return has put a halt to his World Title aspirations, refusing to hand him the title and lets him earn the US Title instead. Across from him is Booker, whose tumultuous relationship with his brother Stevie Ray has held him back from meeting main event potential.

Surprisingly, Stevie convinces his new partners to back Booker up against Jarrett's goons but there is tension it's all a scam to screw his brother over again. When it comes down to it, Stevie is the only other person in the match who has his brother's back and prevents Harlem Heat 2000 from handing Jarrett the title. As a result, Booker T gets one step closer to the top of WCW and Stevie redeems himself before retiring to do commentary.

Match for Control of WCW
Vince Russo vs. Eric Bischoff

Instead of these two controversial figures teaming up, they will clash to determine the fate of WCW. Russo spent months behind the Powers-that-Be moniker and expecting the returning Bischoff to help, but that was not the case. Their power struggle led to all the titles being vacated and now one must be exiled in order for WCW to move forward. Realising Bischoff's karate background, Russo attempts to beg off long enough to allow Dustin Rhodes to interfere. Just when it seems The American Nightmare is going to once again doing Russo's bidding, he turns on him and helps Eric Bischoff regain control of WCW. Following another karate kick to the head from Bischoff and a DDT from Dustin, the hurting Powers-That-Be is thrown out by security.

Match for the vacant WCW World Tag Team Championship
Sting & Vampiro vs. Totally Buff (with Elizabeth)

During a time where the locker room is divided between young and old, Bischoff's guys and Russo's guys, Sting and Vampiro have found common ground as Brothers in Paint. The Stinger's best friend Lex Luger still can't get over be replaced for a young punk like Vampiro. And Buff, while he hates Lex's guts, is forced to team with him in order to reverse his bad fortunes that have been going on since late 1999. Teamwork between Sting & Vamp are excellent, while Luger's attitude causes Buff to walk out on his partner, allowing The Brothers in Paint to become the new champions.

Loser Leaves WCW
Terry Funk vs. Dustin Rhodes

Being the tyrant he is, Vince Russo tormenting and manipulated Dustin since he's returned. The American Nightmare is now forced to put down one of his father's greatest foes, The Funk Man. Rhodes is successfully, but instead of injuring Funk like Russo requested, he shakes the legend's hand.

Billy Kidman (with Torrie Wilson) vs. Chris Candido (with Tammy Lynn Sytch)
Two guys had to stick up for their girlfriends even though they'd rather be competing for gold. Count on a catfight here. Kidman continues his underdog momentum, coming out on top with a beautiful Shooting Star Press.

Hardcore Invitational for the WCW Hardcore Championship
Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Norman Smiley vs. The Wall vs. Disco Inferno vs. Ernest Miller vs. Crowbar (with Daffney) vs. The Artist (with Paisley) vs. Big Vito vs. Johnny the Bull vs. Lash LeRoux

Some of WCW's most prominent jobbers expected to face each other for the opportunity to finally get some singles gold. Seemed like a fight to the death amongst the lovable losers were imminent. Highlights include Disco Inferno turning on The Mamalukes and the giants, Wall and Bam Bam, going on a tear, almost making it a two man match until they cancel each other and Screamin' Norman Smiley steals the win! Crowbar and Daffney are more upset than usual about this, promising that they'll be chasing Smiley for the title as long as it takes.

Match for the vacant WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Juventud Guerrera vs. Shane Helms (with Shannon Moore)

Juvi returns to WCW and overcomes the 2-on-1 advantage of the boy band to become champion. Helms put in a good performance, but even with Moore's interference, it is seen here that he's not ready to lead the cruisers just yet.
Awesome show, love the main event. Russo/Bischoff, Booker/Jarrett, Funk/Rhodes & the hardcore invitational are fun match ups.
 

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WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Lash LeRoux vs. Juventud Guerrera


Spring Stampede kicks off with Juvi representing The New Blood and The Filthy Animals taking on LeRoux, a young superstar but who wants no part of The New Blood, for the vacant Cruiserweight Title. The Ragin Cajun puts on a good effort but The Juice takes the first belt home to The New Blood/The Filthy Animals, hitting a Juvy Driver from the second turnbuckle.

Semi-Finals for the WCW World Tag Team Championship
The Double Threat (Shane Douglas and Chris Candido) (w/ Tammy Lynn Sytch) vs. 3 Count (Shane Helms and Shannon Moore)


The Triple...excuse me, Double Threat reunite in WCW as part of The New Blood and Russo has given them what he assumes are easy opponents to advance to the Tag Team Title match. Though 3 Count do put up a good fight, Shannon Moore is finished off with The Blonde Bombshell from Candido to advance.

Semi-Finals for the WCW World Tag Team Championship
Team Package (Ric Flair and The Total Package) (w/ Elizabeth) vs. The Mamalukes (w/ Disco Inferno)


The veterans take on the young tag team and foil The New Blood's plan for an all New Blood Tag Team Title match with Disco's interference failing at the hand of a low blow from Elizabeth and Package makes Johnny The Bull submit to the Torture Rack while Flair makes Vito submit to the Figure Four Leglock at the same time.

Quarter-Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) vs. The Artist (w/ Paisley)


Kidman and The Artist take each other on in the first match of the US Title tournament. Torrie Wilson and Paisley get into a catfight at ringside to make the fans' pop. Kidman counters a Powerbomb attempt from The Artist with a sitout facebuster and finishes him off with the Shooting Star Press to advance.

Quarter-Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Scott Steiner vs. Buff Bagwell


I have Scott Steiner representing The Millionaire's Club here as that makes more sense to me considering he's been with the company since 1989. Steiner takes on his former NWO bretheren and New Blood member, Buff Bagwell. Bagwell resorts to dirty tactics, trying to use Steiner's own lead pipe on him but Steiner snatches the lead pipe away, throws it in the air, making Bagwell look up and the distraction causes Buff to get caught with an Overhead Belly To Belly Suplex followed by a Steiner Recliner, making him pass out and Steiner advances.

Quarter-Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Mike Awesome vs. Vampiro


Mike Awesome made a huge impact in his WCW debut this past week, attacking Kevin Nash and joining The New Blood. Now he looks to win his first WCW title in his first week with the company. Vampiro wants to beat Awesome, move on and meet his brother in paint, Sting, in the Finals of the tournament. Awesome and Vampiro have a competitive contest but Awesome gets the victory with an Awesome Bomb and an Awesome Splash.

Quarter-Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Sting vs. The Wall


The biggest threat in the tournament takes on the big threat of The Wall. Despite no allegiance to The New Blood, Russo and Bischoff look to The Wall to rid the tournament of Sting. The Wall brings a Table inside the ring, planning on putting Sting through the Table. Sting sets up The Wall in the corner for a Stinger Splash and as he comes charging, his throat gets caught by The Wall's big hand but as The Wall lifts him up for a chokeslam, Sting pokes The Wall in the eye. The Wall drops Sting and holds his eye, blinded. The ref checks on The Wall but Wall mistakes the ref for Sting and chokeslams him. Another referee runs into the ring as Wall regains his sight and the referee DQ's The Wall for chokeslamming the original ref. Wall chokeslams the second referee before chokeslamming Sting through the Table he set up and leaves. Sting is out but he advances, much to New Blood's dismay.

Falls Count Anywhere Match
The Harris Brothers vs. Harlem Heat 2000


Two hoss tag teams battle it out for tag team supremacy where anything goes. Harlem Heat get the victory with help from Kash, hitting the Harris Boys with the slapjack and Big T driving Ron through a Table with The Pearl River Plunge.

Semi-Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Scott Steiner vs. Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson)


Kidman uses his athleticism and aerial ability to combat Steiner's raw power. Steiner dominates much of the match, throwing Billy around like a ragdoll with suplexes and pounding him into the ground. Steiner looks to finish off Kidman with The Steiner Recliner when his previous opponent, Buff Bagwell, comes walking down the aisle. Scott sees him and runs out of the ring, getting into a slugfest with Bagwell. Scott gets the upper hand and beats down Buff on the outside but it proves costly as the ref counts him out and declares Kidman the winner. Steiner is irate and the announcers are shocked that Kidman has made it to the Finals to compete for a belt that was considered above him a year ago.

Semi-Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Sting vs. Mike Awesome


Awesome took out the student earlier, now he attempts to take out the mentor. Sting is a little sore from going through a Table earlier by The Wall but he takes the fight to the former ECW Champion. Awesome and Sting have a back and forth contest but it ends with Sting slipping down behind Awesome from out of an attempted Awesome Bomb and planting Awesome with a Scorpion Death Drop to advance to the Finals and meet Kidman. As Sting celebrates his victory, Awesome attacks Sting from behind and puts him through his second Table of the night with an Awesome Bomb before he leaves.

WCW Hardcore Championship
Terry Funk vs. Dustin Rhodes vs. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Norman Smiley vs. Crowbar (w/ Daffney)


It's a 5-way for the title, the action spills out of the ring into the crowd and all the way to the back. Norman Smiley performs the Big Wiggle on Daffney, Daffney screams in Norman's face and Norman screams back in her face, which earns him a shot with a crowbar from Crowbar. Rhodes hits Crowbar with a cowbell then makes sure he doesn't have any kids with Shattered Dreams. Terry Funk puts Dustin Rhodes through a Table with a Piledriver before Bam Bam finishes off Funk, putting him through another Table with a Moonsault to win the vacant belt for a second time.

Finals for the WCW World Tag Team Championship
The Double Threat (Shane Douglas and Chris Candido) (w/ Tammy Lynn Sytch) vs. Team Package (Ric Flair and The Total Package) (w/ Elizabeth)


Bitter enemies, Douglas and Flair, clash. Shane has his Double Threat buddy, Candido, by his side and Flair has his former Horsemen stablemate, Luger, by his side. Shane's answer to The Four Horsemen was The Triple Threat and now The Threat and The Horsemen finally meet, so do the two women who each define and represent two different WWF eras. It's an intense battle and hard fought match between both teams. Sunny and Miss Elizabeth get into a catfight that ends with Elizabeth chasing Sytch all the way to the back. The referee accidentally gets knocked out from a Running Forearm by Luger who tries to hit Shane but ducks, and the new Hardcore Champion, Bam Bam Bigelow intereferes on behalf of Douglas and Candido, attacking Luger. Bam Bam, Douglas and Candido throw up The Triple Threat three finger sign, turning The Double Threat back into it's original group. Ric Flair enters with a Chair, lows blow Bigelow and hits him then Candido with the Chair, knocking them out. Ric threatens Shane with the Chair and Shane begs him not to hit him with the Chair, Bryan Adams and Bryan Clark come out from the crowd though into the ring and the debuting Kronik plant Ric with High Times, giving Shane the pin on his nemesis to bring the Tag Titles to The New Blood. Russo comes out and celebrates with The Triple Threat who now hold the Hardcore Title & Tag Team Titles and show their belts off to the crowd.

Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Sting vs. Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson)


Sting is coming into the match hurting even more than the previous match as he went through two Tables tonight from Wall and Awesome and isn't looking 100% for this match, which works in the favour of The New Blood and the fresher healthier Kidman. But Sting isn't The Franchise Of WCW for no reason as he refuses to give up and takes the fight back to Kidman. The referee accidentally gets knocked out and The Filthy Animals interfere for Kidman, attacking Sting. But Sting fends them all off and rids the ring of them. Sting catches Kidman's legs as he soars off the top rope for a Dropkick and puts him in a Scorpion Death Lock. Another referee enters, asking Kidman if he quits. Kidman is about to tap when Vince Russo comes down to ringside with Baseball Bat in hand and pulls the referee out of the ring and then enters the ring, hitting Sting in the back with the Baseball Bat, breaking up the submission. Russo waits on Sting to get back up, so he can hit him with the Baseball Bat again. Once Sting gets up on his feet in the corner of the ring and turns around, Russo charges at Sting to hit him with the Bat again but Sting grabs Russo's arms and attempts to take the Bat away from him. While they're in a struggle for the Bat, Vampiro breaks through the canvas from underneath the ring, grabbing Sting's legs and pulls him underneath the ring with him ala The Undertaker as everyone is left confused even Russo. Russo checks on Kidman and seconds later, Sting pops back up out of the hole with a bloody mouth with Vampiro dragging him out. No one knows what went on underneath the ring but one thing is clear, Vampiro has betrayed his brother in paint. Vampiro gets Sting back in the ring and disappears back underneath the ring. Russo urges Kidman to get up, which he does and Kidman goes up top and hits a Shooting Star Press on Sting before covering him for a pin while Russo goes outside and takes the referee's shirt off, putting it on himself and slides back into the ring to count the 3 for Kidman and Kidman is the US Champion for the first time ever in his career. Russo and The Filthy Animals celebrate Kidman's title victory as The Filthy Animals are now in possession of the Cruiserweight Title & United States Title. It's been one glorious night for The New Blood/Triple Threat/Filthy Animals so far, just one more title to go. As they all celebrate with the titles though, Hulk Hogan arrives in the arena in a vehicle, wanting revenge on Billy Kidman, and he comes down to the ring, fighting off The Filthy Animals while Russo bails outside. Hogan disposes of The Filthy Animals because he's The Hulkster. Russo exchanges some harsh words with Hogan before he leaves with The Animals and Hogan checks up on his millionaire brother in paint, helping him up to his feet.

Finals for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Jeff Jarrett vs. Booker T vs. Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Kimberly Page)


The Chosen One, Jeff Jarrett, has gotten an easy pass all the way to the Finals for the top prize, defeating Curt Hennig on Nitro in the Quarter-Finals and getting a Bye in the Semi-Finals. DDP and Booker T however fight their way to a Semi-Final match with each other on Nitro and end up going to a draw with a double pinfall, which as a result both men advance to the Finals. The New Blood see this as an opportunity to bring the belt to them, having Jarrett already on their side and they try to convince Booker T to join their side, that way they have the most chance of winning the belt. Booker's a young stud but he's also a veteran too, having been with the company for a long time, so he could go either side. Both The Millionaire's Club and The New Blood try to persuade Booker to come over to their side but Booker takes on a 1996 Sting-like role and chooses to remain neutral and on his own. He wants the opportunities provided by Russo and Bischoff but he also isn't down with their style and doesn't want to turn his back on the fans. It's as Booker usually says, don't hate the player, hate the game. It's New Blood vs. Millionaire's Club vs. WCW in Booker's case. All three men have a competitive match and come close to winning the title. Bischoff comes into the ring with Jarrett's Guitar but gets a Diamond Cutter for his efforts as he swings and misses at DDP. Kimberly grabs the Guitar and tells DDP to pick Jarrett up so she can hit him with it. DDP stands Jarrett up and holds him for Kimberly and Kimberly takes a swing...but at DDP instead of Jarrett, smashing the Guitar over her husband's head in act of betrayal. Jarrett covers DDP to bring the final belt, the main belt, to The New Blood as they have all the titles now and run WCW, all a part of Russo and Bischoff's master plan for their new era in the company. Jarrett helps Bischoff to his feet and Kimberly hugs Bischoff, joining The New Blood. Russo and the rest of The New Blood make their way out to celebrate with Jarrett, Bischoff and Kimberly, while Booker T is laid out outside the ring. Russo then tells The New Blood to finish DDP off and they beat up DDP with the new champion, Jarrett, leading the attack. This prompts The Millionaire's Club to run out and they brawl with The New Blood inside the ring. The veterans dispose of The New Blood from the ring and check up on DDP. While The New Blood and The Millionaire's Club talk trash to each other from in and out of the ring, Booker T is back up on his feet at ringside, staring back and forth at both The New Blood and The Millionaire's Club as a familiar cry comes out of Mark Madden's mouth, "Who's side is he on?", to which Scott Hudson declares, "On his own side!" as Tony Schiavone is confused as always but wraps up the PPV regardless.
 

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WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Lash LeRoux vs. Juventud Guerrera


Spring Stampede kicks off with Juvi representing The New Blood and The Filthy Animals taking on LeRoux, a young superstar but who wants no part of The New Blood, for the vacant Cruiserweight Title. The Ragin Cajun puts on a good effort but The Juice takes the first belt home to The New Blood/The Filthy Animals, hitting a Juvy Driver from the second turnbuckle.

Semi-Finals for the WCW World Tag Team Championship
The Double Threat (Shane Douglas and Chris Candido) (w/ Tammy Lynn Sytch) vs. 3 Count (Shane Helms and Shannon Moore)


The Triple...excuse me, Double Threat reunite in WCW as part of The New Blood and Russo has given them what he assumes are easy opponents to advance to the Tag Team Title match. Though 3 Count do put up a good fight, Shannon Moore is finished off with The Blonde Bombshell from Candido to advance.

Semi-Finals for the WCW World Tag Team Championship
Team Package (Ric Flair and The Total Package) (w/ Elizabeth) vs. The Mamalukes (w/ Disco Inferno)


The veterans take on the young tag team and foil The New Blood's plan for an all New Blood Tag Team Title match with Disco's interference failing at the hand of a low blow from Elizabeth and Package makes Johnny The Bull submit to the Torture Rack while Flair makes Vito submit to the Figure Four Leglock at the same time.

Quarter-Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) vs. The Artist (w/ Paisley)


Kidman and The Artist take each other on in the first match of the US Title tournament. Torrie Wilson and Paisley get into a catfight at ringside to make the fans' pop. Kidman counters a Powerbomb attempt from The Artist with a sitout facebuster and finishes him off with the Shooting Star Press to advance.

Quarter-Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Scott Steiner vs. Buff Bagwell


I have Scott Steiner representing The Millionaire's Club here as that makes more sense to me considering he's been with the company since 1989. Steiner takes on his former NWO bretheren and New Blood member, Buff Bagwell. Bagwell resorts to dirty tactics, trying to use Steiner's own lead pipe on him but Steiner snatches the lead pipe away, throws it in the air, making Bagwell look up and the distraction causes Buff to get caught with an Overhead Belly To Belly Suplex followed by a Steiner Recliner, making him pass out and Steiner advances.

Quarter-Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Mike Awesome vs. Vampiro


Mike Awesome made a huge impact in his WCW debut this past week, attacking Kevin Nash and joining The New Blood. Now he looks to win his first WCW title in his first week with the company. Vampiro wants to beat Awesome, move on and meet his brother in paint, Sting, in the Finals of the tournament. Awesome and Vampiro have a competitive contest but Awesome gets the victory with an Awesome Bomb and an Awesome Splash.

Quarter-Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Sting vs. The Wall


The biggest threat in the tournament takes on the big threat of The Wall. Despite no allegiance to The New Blood, Russo and Bischoff look to The Wall to rid the tournament of Sting. The Wall brings a Table inside the ring, planning on putting Sting through the Table. Sting sets up The Wall in the corner for a Stinger Splash and as he comes charging, his throat gets caught by The Wall's big hand but as The Wall lifts him up for a chokeslam, Sting pokes The Wall in the eye. The Wall drops Sting and holds his eye, blinded. The ref checks on The Wall but Wall mistakes the ref for Sting and chokeslams him. Another referee runs into the ring as Wall regains his sight and the referee DQ's The Wall for chokeslamming the original ref. Wall chokeslams the second referee before chokeslamming Sting through the Table he set up and leaves. Sting is out but he advances, much to New Blood's dismay.

Falls Count Anywhere Match
The Harris Brothers vs. Harlem Heat 2000


Two hoss tag teams battle it out for tag team supremacy where anything goes. Harlem Heat get the victory with help from Kash, hitting the Harris Boys with the slapjack and Big T driving Ron through a Table with The Pearl River Plunge.

Semi-Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Scott Steiner vs. Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson)


Kidman uses his athleticism and aerial ability to combat Steiner's raw power. Steiner dominates much of the match, throwing Billy around like a ragdoll with suplexes and pounding him into the ground. Steiner looks to finish off Kidman with The Steiner Recliner when his previous opponent, Buff Bagwell, comes walking down the aisle. Scott sees him and runs out of the ring, getting into a slugfest with Bagwell. Scott gets the upper hand and beats down Buff on the outside but it proves costly as the ref counts him out and declares Kidman the winner. Steiner is irate and the announcers are shocked that Kidman has made it to the Finals to compete for a belt that was considered above him a year ago.

Semi-Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Sting vs. Mike Awesome


Awesome took out the student earlier, now he attempts to take out the mentor. Sting is a little sore from going through a Table earlier by The Wall but he takes the fight to the former ECW Champion. Awesome and Sting have a back and forth contest but it ends with Sting slipping down behind Awesome from out of an attempted Awesome Bomb and planting Awesome with a Scorpion Death Drop to advance to the Finals and meet Kidman. As Sting celebrates his victory, Awesome attacks Sting from behind and puts him through his second Table of the night with an Awesome Bomb before he leaves.

WCW Hardcore Championship
Terry Funk vs. Dustin Rhodes vs. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Norman Smiley vs. Crowbar (w/ Daffney)


It's a 5-way for the title, the action spills out of the ring into the crowd and all the way to the back. Norman Smiley performs the Big Wiggle on Daffney, Daffney screams in Norman's face and Norman screams back in her face, which earns him a shot with a crowbar from Crowbar. Rhodes hits Crowbar with a cowbell then makes sure he doesn't have any kids with Shattered Dreams. Terry Funk puts Dustin Rhodes through a Table with a Piledriver before Bam Bam finishes off Funk, putting him through another Table with a Moonsault to win the vacant belt for a second time.

Finals for the WCW World Tag Team Championship
The Double Threat (Shane Douglas and Chris Candido) (w/ Tammy Lynn Sytch) vs. Team Package (Ric Flair and The Total Package) (w/ Elizabeth)


Bitter enemies, Douglas and Flair, clash. Shane has his Double Threat buddy, Candido, by his side and Flair has his former Horsemen stablemate, Luger, by his side. Shane's answer to The Four Horsemen was The Triple Threat and now The Threat and The Horsemen finally meet, so do the two women who each define and represent two different WWF eras. It's an intense battle and hard fought match between both teams. Sunny and Miss Elizabeth get into a catfight that ends with Elizabeth chasing Sytch all the way to the back. The referee accidentally gets knocked out from a Running Forearm by Luger who tries to hit Shane but ducks, and the new Hardcore Champion, Bam Bam Bigelow intereferes on behalf of Douglas and Candido, attacking Luger. Bam Bam, Douglas and Candido throw up The Triple Threat three finger sign, turning The Double Threat back into it's original group. Ric Flair enters with a Chair, lows blow Bigelow and hits him then Candido with the Chair, knocking them out. Ric threatens Shane with the Chair and Shane begs him not to hit him with the Chair, Bryan Adams and Bryan Clark come out from the crowd though into the ring and the debuting Kronik plant Ric with High Times, giving Shane the pin on his nemesis to bring the Tag Titles to The New Blood. Russo comes out and celebrates with The Triple Threat who now hold the Hardcore Title & Tag Team Titles and show their belts off to the crowd.

Finals for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Sting vs. Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson)


Sting is coming into the match hurting even more than the previous match as he went through two Tables tonight from Wall and Awesome and isn't looking 100% for this match, which works in the favour of The New Blood and the fresher healthier Kidman. But Sting isn't The Franchise Of WCW for no reason as he refuses to give up and takes the fight back to Kidman. The referee accidentally gets knocked out and The Filthy Animals interfere for Kidman, attacking Sting. But Sting fends them all off and rids the ring of them. Sting catches Kidman's legs as he soars off the top rope for a Dropkick and puts him in a Scorpion Death Lock. Another referee enters, asking Kidman if he quits. Kidman is about to tap when Vince Russo comes down to ringside with Baseball Bat in hand and pulls the referee out of the ring and then enters the ring, hitting Sting in the back with the Baseball Bat, breaking up the submission. Russo waits on Sting to get back up, so he can hit him with the Baseball Bat again. Once Sting gets up on his feet in the corner of the ring and turns around, Russo charges at Sting to hit him with the Bat again but Sting grabs Russo's arms and attempts to take the Bat away from him. While they're in a struggle for the Bat, Vampiro breaks through the canvas from underneath the ring, grabbing Sting's legs and pulls him underneath the ring with him ala The Undertaker as everyone is left confused even Russo. Russo checks on Kidman and seconds later, Sting pops back up out of the hole with a bloody mouth with Vampiro dragging him out. No one knows what went on underneath the ring but one thing is clear, Vampiro has betrayed his brother in paint. Vampiro gets Sting back in the ring and disappears back underneath the ring. Russo urges Kidman to get up, which he does and Kidman goes up top and hits a Shooting Star Press on Sting before covering him for a pin while Russo goes outside and takes the referee's shirt off, putting it on himself and slides back into the ring to count the 3 for Kidman and Kidman is the US Champion for the first time ever in his career. Russo and The Filthy Animals celebrate Kidman's title victory as The Filthy Animals are now in possession of the Cruiserweight Title & United States Title. It's been one glorious night for The New Blood/Triple Threat/Filthy Animals so far, just one more title to go. As they all celebrate with the titles though, Hulk Hogan arrives in the arena in a vehicle, wanting revenge on Billy Kidman, and he comes down to the ring, fighting off The Filthy Animals while Russo bails outside. Hogan disposes of The Filthy Animals because he's The Hulkster. Russo exchanges some harsh words with Hogan before he leaves with The Animals and Hogan checks up on his millionaire brother in paint, helping him up to his feet.

Finals for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Jeff Jarrett vs. Booker T vs. Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Kimberly Page)


The Chosen One, Jeff Jarrett, has gotten an easy pass all the way to the Finals for the top prize, defeating Curt Hennig on Nitro in the Quarter-Finals and getting a Bye in the Semi-Finals. DDP and Booker T however fight their way to a Semi-Final match with each other on Nitro and end up going to a draw with a double pinfall, which as a result both men advance to the Finals. The New Blood see this as an opportunity to bring the belt to them, having Jarrett already on their side and they try to convince Booker T to join their side, that way they have the most chance of winning the belt. Booker's a young stud but he's also a veteran too, having been with the company for a long time, so he could go either side. Both The Millionaire's Club and The New Blood try to persuade Booker to come over to their side but Booker takes on a 1996 Sting-like role and chooses to remain neutral and on his own. He wants the opportunities provided by Russo and Bischoff but he also isn't down with their style and doesn't want to turn his back on the fans. It's as Booker usually says, don't hate the player, hate the game. It's New Blood vs. Millionaire's Club vs. WCW in Booker's case. All three men have a competitive match and come close to winning the title. Bischoff comes into the ring with Jarrett's Guitar but gets a Diamond Cutter for his efforts as he swings and misses at DDP. Kimberly grabs the Guitar and tells DDP to pick Jarrett up so she can hit him with it. DDP stands Jarrett up and holds him for Kimberly and Kimberly takes a swing...but at DDP instead of Jarrett, smashing the Guitar over her husband's head in act of betrayal. Jarrett covers DDP to bring the final belt, the main belt, to The New Blood as they have all the titles now and run WCW, all a part of Russo and Bischoff's master plan for their new era in the company. Jarrett helps Bischoff to his feet and Kimberly hugs Bischoff, joining The New Blood. Russo and the rest of The New Blood make their way out to celebrate with Jarrett, Bischoff and Kimberly, while Booker T is laid out outside the ring. Russo then tells The New Blood to finish DDP off and they beat up DDP with the new champion, Jarrett, leading the attack. This prompts The Millionaire's Club to run out and they brawl with The New Blood inside the ring. The veterans dispose of The New Blood from the ring and check up on DDP. While The New Blood and The Millionaire's Club talk trash to each other from in and out of the ring, Booker T is back up on his feet at ringside, staring back and forth at both The New Blood and The Millionaire's Club as a familiar cry comes out of Mark Madden's mouth, "Who's side is he on?", to which Scott Hudson declares, "On his own side!" as Tony Schiavone is confused as always but wraps up the PPV regardless.
Awesome show man, love the main event & the tournament matches. Some different match ups you have put together which makes it much more interesting. Really digging the team of Douglas & Candido.
 
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