American Wrestling Trivia

World Wrestling Federation 1998


Royal Rumble 1998

1998-01-18, San Josť Arena, San Josť, California, USA

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  1. Vader def. The Artist formerly known as Goldust [w/Luna]
    The end came when Vader was set to make a Vaderbomb when Luna came inside the ring and climbed on the back of Vader. But Vader still executed the move to win the match.
  2. 6 man tag mini match, Special guest referee Sunny:
    Max Mini, Nova & Mosaic def. Battalion, Tarantula & El Torito
    A very fast paced match. Max Mini pinned El Torito with a cradle.
  3. Intercontinental championship:
    The Rock (ch) def. Ken Shamrock (DQ)
    The match went back and forth until Kama and D'Lo Brown from Nation of Domination distracted the referee to allow Rock to use a pair of knucks on Shamrock. He then put the knucks in Shamrock's tights and went for the pin but only got a two. Shamrock got a suplex for the win. But Rock complained about the knucks and the referee reversed the decision when he saw the knucks in Shamrock's tights.
  4. Tagteam championship match:
    Legion Of Doom def. New Age Outlaws ("Road Dogg" Jesse James & "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn) (ch) (DQ)
    Road Dogg handcuffed Hawk to the ring post, but Outlaws failed to pin Animal despite that. Animal had Gunn set up for a pinfall victory, when Road Dogg attacked him with a steel chair to get themselves disqualified (keeping the titles).
  5. The Royal Rumble:
    Elim. Ent. #Ent. Name By
    1 3 3Tom BrandiCactus Jack (1) & Chainsaw Charlie (2)
    2 1 7Cactus JackChainsaw Charlie (2)
    3 513Headbanger MoshKurrgan (12)
    41013Steve BlackmanKurrgan (12)
    51214Kurrgan8-Ball (7), Shamrock (14) & Bradshaw (8)
    6 216Chainsaw CharlieMankind (16)
    71617MankindGoldust (17)
    81818Jeff JarrettOwen Hart (9)
    91419Ken ShamrockThe Rock (4)
    10 919Owen HartHunter Hearst Helmsley
    112222No-show (Skull)Did not enter, he was beaten up earlier
    122022Ahmed JohnsonMark Henry (21)
    13 622Phineas GodwinnMark Henry (21)
    141324Marc MeroSteve Austin (24)
    15 7248-BallSteve Austin (24)
    16 828Blackjack BradshawDude Love (28)
    171129D'Lo BrownFaarooq (27)
    181930Honky Tonk ManVader (30)
    191530ThrasherSteve Austin (24)
    202330Kama MustafaSteve Austin (24)
    212630Savio VegaSteve Austin (24)
    223030VaderGoldust (17)
    232530Henry GodwinnHimself (25)
    241730The artist formerly known as GoldustChainz (29)
    252930ChainzSteve Austin (24)
    262130Mark HenryFaarooq (27)
    272830Dude LoveFaarooq (27)
    282730FaarooqThe Rock (4)
    29 430The RockSteve Austin (24)
    24Steve Austin

    Winner: Steve Austin (24).
    Hunter Hearst Helmsley was not in the rumble but came to ring side to make sure that Owen Hart got eliminated. All Mike Foley's personas where in the rumble. Owen Hart was attacked by Jeff Jarrett before he could enter the ring. He came back later to attack Jeff Jarrett.

  6. WWF championship, Casket match:
    Shawn Michaels (ch) [w/Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Chyna] def. Undertaker
    Michaels elbow-dropped Undertaker into the casket, and the lid closed with both men inside. Both men climbed out, continuing the match. Undertaker then tombstoned Michaels into the casket, but then the New Age Outlaws and Los Boricuas attacked Undertaker. Then the arena went black and Undertakers brother Kane came to help his brother or so it seemed. He threw out all until only him and Undertaker were left in the ring. Then he attacked Undertaker and put him in the casket so Shawn could shut the lid to win the match. Paul Bearer came out with locks and gave them to Kane so he could shut Undertaker in the casket. Kane then took an axe to make a hole in the casket. Then he put lighter fluid on the casket and set fire to it.

In Your House XX - No Way Out Of Texas

1998-02-15, Compaq Center, Houston, Texas, USA

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  1. The Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) def. Marc Mero [w/Sable] & The Artist formerly known as Goldust/Marilyn MansonDust [w/Luna]
    Mero starts off by sending Sable back to the locker room. Mero had Mosh down with a TKO when she returned to attack Luna, which distracted the referee and let the Headbangers switch places to let Thrasher get a pinfall victory over Mero.
  2. Light heavyweight championship:
    Taka Michinoku (ch) def. Pantera
    Michinoku pins Pantera after the Michinoku driver to retain the title.
  3. The Godwinns (Henry & Phineas) def. The Quebecers (Pierre & Jacques)
    Henry pins Pierre after a clothesline for the victory.
  4. NWA North American Heavyweight championship:
    Bradshaw def. Jeff Jarrett (ch) [w/Jim Cornette, Barry Windham, Rock'n'Roll Express] (DQ)
    The referee sent everyone from the NWA but Cornette back to the dressing room. Jarrett is disqualified when he hits Bradshaw with Cornette's tennis racket.
  5. "War of Attrition":
    Ken Shamrock, Ahmed Johnson & Disciples of Apocalypse (Chainz, Skull & 8-Ball) def. Nation of Domination (Farooq, D'Lo Brown, Kama Mustafa, Mark Henry & The Rock (IC champion)) (subm)
    After a while, the match broke up with everyone fighting. After that cleared up, Ken Shamrock and The Rock were left in the ring, where Shamrock got an ankle lock submission on The Rock to win the match.
  6. Kane [w/Paul Bearer] def. Vader
    Vader powerbombs Kane, but is distracted by Bearer. Kane chokeslams Vader and then puts him in a tombstone piledriver and gets a pinfall victory.
  7. "Anything Goes" match:
    Owen Hart (European ch), Cactus Jack, Chainsaw Charlie & Stone Cold Steve Austin def. New Age Outlaws ("Bad Ass" Billy Gunn & "Road Dogg" Jesse James) (tagteam ch), "Triple H" Hunter Hearst Helmsley [w/Chyna] & Savio Vega
    WWF champion Shawn Michaels was supposed to take part in this "unsanctioned" match, but was injured and was replaced by Savio Vega. The match quickly turned into a brawl with all kinds of weapons being used, and eventually ended with Austin pinning Dogg.

WrestleMania XIV - X-raided

1998-03-29, FleetCenter, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

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  1. 15 Team "Over the Top" Battle Royal:
    Legion of Doom 2000
    Stipulation: Winner gets a title shot at In Your House XXI: Unforgiven. LOD 2000 eliminated The New Midnight Express by clotheslining both men over the top rope.
    Elim. Team Wrestler By
    1Los Boricuas (Savio Vega & Miguel Perez Jr.)Savio VegaChainz
    2Truth Commission (Recon & Sniper)ReconKurrgan (non-participant)
    3Flash Funk & Steve BlackmanFlash FunkHawk
    4Chainz & BradshawChainzBarry Windham (non-participant)
    5Nation of Domination (Mark Henry & D'Lo Brown)D'Lo Brown8-Ball
    6The Quebecers (Jacques Rougeau & Pierre Ouellet)Jacques RougeauAnimal & Thrasher
    7Nation of Domination (Faarooq & Kama Mustafa)Kama MustafaAnimal
    8Los Boricuas (Jose Estrada Jr. & Jesus Castillo Jr.)Jesus Castillo Jr.Hawk
    9Rock'n Roll Express (Robert Gibson & Ricky Morton)Ricky MortonPhineas Godwinn
    10Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher)ThrasherBombastic Bob
    11Too Much (Scott Taylor & Brian Christopher)Scott TaylorBodacious Bart
    12Disciples Of Apocalypse (Skull & 8-Bull)SkullHenry Godwinn
    13The Godwinns (Phineas I. Godwinn & Henry O. Godwinn)Henry GodwinnHawk & Animal
    14New Midnight Express (Bodacious Bart & Bombastic Bob)Bodacious BartHawk
    Legion Of Doom (Hawk & Animal)
  2. Light heavyweight championship:
    Taka Michinoku (ch) def. Aguila
    Taka Michinoku Aguila after dropkicking Aguila, who was jumping off the top rope.
  3. European championship:
    Hunter Hearst Helmsley (ch) [w/Chyna] def. Owen Hart
    Commissioner Sgt. Slaughter handcuffs himself to Chyna to stop her from interfering in the match. She throws sand in Slaughter's eyes, blinding him so that she can hit Owen with a low blow, allowing Triple H to get a pinfall after a pedigree.
  4. Mixed tagteam match:
    Marc Mero & Sable def. "The artist formerly known as Goldust" & Luna Vachon
    Sable pins Luna after the TKO.
  5. Intercontinental championship:
    The Rock (ch) [w/Nation of Domination] def. Ken Shamrock (DQ)
    Shamrock wins by submission when he locks The Rock in an ankle lock. The Nation of Domination members try to stop him, but they all fail. Eventually Farooq comes out, only to walk out again. When they try stopping him, Shamrock snaps and attacks the officials, causing referee to reverse the decision.
  6. Tagteam championship, dumpster match:
    Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie def. The New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg Jesse James & Badd Ass Billy Gunn) (ch)
    Only way to win is to place both members of the opponent team in the dumpster placed outside the ring and close the lid. With action moving backstage, Terry Funk (Chainsaw Charlie) dumped New Age Outlaws in another dumpster using a forklift, allowing them to win the match and the titles.
  7. Undertaker def. Kane [w/Paul Bearer]
    Undertaker pins Kane after delivering three tombstone piledrivers.
  8. WWF championship match, special enforcer Mike Tyson:
    "Stone Cold" Steve Austin def. Shawn Michaels [w/Triple H & Chyna] (ch)
    The referee sent Triple H and Chyna back to the locker room early on when they tried to interfere. Tyson was outside the ring, in a D-X T-shirt. With the referee out, Austin hits Michaels with the Stone Cold stunner and gets a three-count from Tyson. After the match, Tyson flags an Austin 3:16 T-shirt showing he switched sides, knocking Michaels out.

Mayhem in Manchester

1998-04-05, Nynex Arena, Manchester, England, UK
  1. Jeff Jarrett def. Brakus (subm)
    figure four leglock
  2. The Godwinns def. Disciples of Apocalypse
    slopdrop, Henry pinned Skull.
  3. Blackjack Bradshaw def. Marc Mero
    clothesline from Hell. Mero made Sable leave to go to the locker room.
  4. Ken Shamrock & Owen Hart def. The Rock & D'Lo Brown
    Shamrock made D'Lo submit to the ankle lock.
  5. Goldust def. Cactus Jack.
    Jack lost when he tried to suplex Goldust back into the ring, Luna grabbed Jack's feet and Goldust pinned him. After the match Jack went after Goldust, then Luna jumped on his back and then Sable came and she fought Luna. Referees finally separated them.
  6. Tagteam championship:
    Legion Of Doom def. the New Age Outlaws (ch) (DQ)
    LOD was going for the Doomsday Device but Chyna came out and hit Animal in the balls.
  7. WWF championship:
    "Stone Cold" Steve Austin (ch) def. HHH
    Chyna came in Austin kicked both of them in the balls and then stunned both of them, Austin pinned HHH.
  8. Undertaker def. Kane
    Pinfall after the tombstone and after the match Kane beat up Paul Bearer.

In Your House XXI: Unforgiven

1998-04-26, Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, North Carolina, USA

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  1. Faarooq & Ken Shamrock & Steve Blackman def. The Nation of Domination (The Rock (IC champion), D'Lo Brown & Mark Henry)
    Farooq pins The Rock after the Dominator.
  2. European championship:
    Triple H (ch) def. Owen Hart
    Stipulation: Chyna was suspended in a cage above the ring throughout the match. She managed to break the door open and climbed out. Hart had Triple H set up for a pin when X-Pac attacked him, giving Triple H a pinfall victory.
  3. NWA World tagteam championship:
    The Midnight Express (Bodacious Bart & Bombastic Bob) (ch) def. The Rock 'N' Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson)
    Holly pins Gibson after a bulldog.
  4. Evening gown match:
    Luna Vachon [w/Artist formerly known as Goldust] def. Sable
    Marc Mero came to the ring, distracting Sable enough for Luna to strip the last clothing off giving Luna the victory.
  5. Tagteam championship:
    The New Age Outlaws ("Bad Ass" Billy Gunn & The Road Dogg) (ch) def. The Legion of Doom (Hawk & Animal) [w/Sunny]
    Hawk had Road Dogg down for a pin, but the referee looked at Hawk, whose shoulders were also down, giving the victory to the Outlaws.
  6. Inferno match:
    Undertaker def. Kane [w/Paul Bearer]
    To win, you had to throw your opponent through fire. set up around the ring edge. Undertaker wins when Kane's arm is set on fire.
  7. WWF championship match:
    Dude Love def. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin (ch) (DQ)
    Austin "pins" Love with the referee down, counting the pin himself. Austin is disqualified for hitting an official (Vince McMahon), but is still the champion.

In Your House XXII: Over the Edge

1998-05-31, The Wisconsin Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

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  1. The Legion of Doom 2000 (Hawk & Animal) [w/Darren "Puke" Drozdov & Sunny] def. The Disciples of Apocalypse (Skull & 8-Ball) [w/Chainz]
    Animal pinned 8-Ball after a powerslam.
  2. Jeff Jarrett [w/Tennessee Lee] def. "The Lethal Weapon" Steve Blackman
    Jarrett pinned Blackman after Tennessee Lee kicked Blackman off the top rope with a stick.
  3. Marvelous Marc Mero def. Sable
    Stipulation: If whomever Sable chose to fight for her would win, Sable's personal services contract with Mero would be void. Sable chose to fight the match herself, and Mero laid down to let Sable pin her, but rolled Sable over into a small package for the pinfall victory.
  4. Handicap tag-team match:
    Kaientei (Men's Teioh, Sho Funaki, Dick Togo) [w/Yamaguchi-san] def. Taka Michinoku & Bradshaw
    Togo pinned Taka after a diving senton.
  5. Intercontinental championship:
    The Rock (ch) def. Faarooq
    Rock pinned Farooq to retain the title.
  6. Mask vs. Mask Match:
    Kane [w/Paul Bearer] def. Vader
    Kane pins Vader after a tombstone piledriver.
  7. Six Man Tag Team Match:
    The Nation (Owen Hart, D'Lo Brown, and Kama Mustafa) [w/Mark Henry] def. Degeneration X (Hunter Hearst Helmsley (European ch), New Age Outlaws ("Bad Ass" Billy Gunn & Road Dogg) (tag team ch)) [w/Chyna & X-Pac]
    Hart pinned HHH
  8. WWF championship match, special guest referee Vince McMahon:
    "Stone Cold" Steve Austin (ch) def. Dude Love
    Match was made no disqualification when action spilled outside the ring, and later a falls count anywhere. With some help from Undertaker, Austin eventually managed to pin Love to retain the title.

King of the Ring 1998 - Off with their heads!

1998-06-28, The Pittsburgh Civic Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

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First round matches (not on the main event):

  1. Raw 1998-06-01:
    Marvelous Marc Mero def. "The Lethal Weapon" Steve Blackman
  2. Jeff Jarrett [w/Tennessee Lee, Phineas I. Godwinn, Henry O. Godwinn] def. Faarooq
  3. Mark Henry def. Terry Funk
  4. Raw 1998-06-08:
    Ken Shamrock def. "The Godfather" Kama (subm)
  5. Owen Hart def. 2 Cold Scorpio
  6. Dan "The Beast" Severn def. D'Lo Brown (subm)
  7. Raw 1998-06-15:
    The Rock def. Vader
  8. Triple H (European ch) [w/Chyna] def. X-Pac (CO)

Quarter final matches (not on the main event):

  1. Raw 1998-06-22:
    Ken Shamrock def. Mark Henry
  2. Jeff Jarrett [w/Tennessee Lee] def. "Marvelous" Marc Mero [w/Jacqueline]
  3. Dan "The Beast" Severn def. Owen Hart
  4. The Rock (European ch) def. Triple H [w/Chyna]

Matches on the event itself:

  1. The Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) & Taka Michinoku (Light heavyweight ch) def. Kaientai (Men's Teioh, Sho Funaki & Dick Togo) [w/Yamaguchi-San]
    Michinoku gets a pinfall on Funaki after the Michinoku driver.
  2. Semi final 1:
    "The World's Most Dangerous Man" Ken Shamrock def. "Double J" Jeff Jarrett [w/Tennessee Lee]
    Shamrock pins Jarrett after a hurricanrana.
  3. Semi final 2:
    The Rock (IC champion) [w/Godfather, Mark Henry] def. Dan "The Beast" Severn
    With the referee distracted, D'Lo Brown performs a frog splash on Severn, allowing Rock to get a pinfall victory.
  4. Special guest referee: Jerry Lawler
    Too Much ("Too Hot" Scott Taylor & "Too Sexy" Brian Christopher) def. Al Snow & Head
    Stipulation: If Al Snow loses, he and "Head" must leave the WWF. Lawler favored Too Much by slow-counting Snow's pin attempts and fast-count Too Much's. Christopher "pins" Head for the victory.
  5. X-Pac [w/Chyna] def. Owen Hart
    Chyna DDTs Hart, allowing X-Pac to pin him.
  6. Tagteam championship:
    The New Age Outlaws ("Bad Ass" Billy Gunn & "The Road Dog" Jesse James) (WWF tagteam ch) [w/Chyna] def. The New Midnight Express (Bodacious Bart & Bombastic Bob) [w/James E Cornette] (NWA tagteam ch)
    Cornette attacked Gunn with the NWA tag belts, but Outlaws counter and Gunn pinned Bob to retain titles.
  7. King of the Ring final:
    "The World's Most Dangerous Man" Ken Shamrock def. The Rock (subm)
    Rock submits to Shamrock's ankle lock.
  8. Hell in a Cell Steel Cage Match:
    Undertaker def. Mankind
    Undertaker pinned Mankind after a tombstone piledriver.
  9. WWF championship, First Blood Match:
    Kane [w/Paul Bearer] def. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin (ch)
    Mankind came to the ring trying to help Kane, and Undertaker to help Austin. Austin is busted open, and the title is awarded to Kane.
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King of the Ring 1998
Mark Henry Mark Henry
Terry Funk
Jeff JarrettJeff JarrettJeff Jarrett
Steve BlackmanMarc Mero
Marc Mero
The Rock The Rock The Rock The Rock
Triple H Triple H
Dan Severn Dan Severn Dan Severn
D'Lo Brown
Owen Hart Owen Hart

In Your House XXIII: Fully Loaded

1998-07-26, Selland Arena, Fresno, California USA

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  1. Val Venis def. "Double J" Jeff Jarrett [w/Tennesee Lee & Southern Justice]
    Venis pushes Jarrett into Lee, who is trying to interfere from the ring side, and rolls Jarrett up into a pinfall victory.
  2. D'Lo Brown (European ch) [w/Godfather] def. X-Pac [w/Chyna]
    This was a non-title match. Brown pins X-Pac after a Sky high, after X-Pac was attacked by Godfather.
  3. Farooq & Scorpio def. Bradshaw & Terry Funk
    Scorpio pinned Funk after a 450-splash. After the match, Bradshaw attacked his partner.
  4. Mark Henry def. Vader
    Henry pinned Vader after a powerslam.
  5. The Disciples of Apocalypse (Skull & 8-Ball) [w/Paul Ellering] def. the LOD 2000 (Hawk & Animal)
    DOA does an illegal switch, allowing 8-ball to DDT Animal and get a pinfall victory.
  6. Dungeon Match, Special guest referee Dan "The Beast" Severn:
    Owen Hart def. "The World's Most Dangerous Man" Ken Shamrock (subm.)
    The Dungeon Match was a submission match that took place in the famous "dungeon", the basement of the Hart family home. Hart attacks Shamrock with a dumbbell, and moves Shamrock's arm to make Severn think he tapped out.
  7. Intercontinental championship match, 2 out 3 falls:
    The Rock (ch) vs. Triple H [w/Chyna] (draw)
    1. Rock def. HHH with the Rock Bottom to win the first fall
    2. HHH def. Rock with a small package to win the second fall
    3. Time limit expires just as Triple H covers Rock

    Stipulation: Third fall must be decided by pinfall or submission. Match originally scheduled to be title versus title for Triple H's European championship, but he lost the title on the preceding episode of Raw.
  8. Bikini contest:
    Sable def. Jacqueline [w/Marc Mero]
    The audience voted Sable the winner.
  9. Tagteam championship:
    "Stone Cold" Steve Austin & Undertaker def. Kane & Mankind (ch)
    Undertaker pinned Kane after a tombstone.

Brawl for all tournament

1998-06-29 to 1998-08-24

First round matches:

  1. Raw 1998-06-29:
    "Lethal weapon" Steve Blackman def. "Marvelous" Marc Mero
  2. Bradshaw def. Mark Canterbury
  3. Raw 1998-07-06:
    Savio Vega def. Brakkus
  4. Road Warrior Hawk v Darren "Droz" Drozdow (draw)
  5. Raw 1998-07-13:
    Bodacious Bart def. Bombastic Bob
  6. Dan "The Beast" Severn def. "The Godfather" Kama Mustafa
  7. Raw 1998-07-20:
    "Dr. Death" Steve Williams def. Quebecer Pierre
  8. Scorpio def. 8-Ball

Quarter-final matches:

  1. Raw 1998-07-27:
    Bodacious Bart def. "Dr. Death" Steve Williams (KO)
  2. Raw 1998-08-03:
    Godfather def. Scorpio
    Godfather replaced Dan Severn who withdrew from the tournament.
  3. Raw 1998-08-10:
    Darren Drozdow def. Savio Vega
  4. Bradshaw def. Marvelous Marc Mero
    Mero replaced Steve Blackman who was unable to continue due to injury.

Semi-final matches:

  1. Raw 1998-08-17:
    Bart Gunn def. Godfather (KO)
  2. Bradshaw def. Darren Drozdow


  1. Raw 1998-08-24:
    Bart Gunn def. Bradshaw (KO)
Mark CenterburyBradshaw BradshawBradshawBart Gunn
Steve Blackman Steve Blackman Marc Mero
Marc Mero
Brakkus Savio Vega Droz
Savio Vega
Hawk Droz
Quebecer PierreDr. Death Bart GunnBart Gunn
Dr. Death
Bart Gunn Bart Gunn
Bob Holly
Dan Servern Dan Severn GodfatherGodfather
Scorpio Scorpio

Summerslam 1998 - Highway to hell

1998-08-30, Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York, USA

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  1. European championship:
    D'Lo Brown (ch) def. Val Venis (DQ)
    Val Venis ripped of D'Lo Brown's chest protector and placed it on himself. Val made an attempt to hit the money shot of the top rope but the referee pulled him down, trying to get the chest protector off him. The irate Val assaulted the referee and was disqualified.
  2. 3-on-4 handicap match:
    The Oddities (Silva, Kurrgan & Golga) [w/Luna Vachon, Violent J & Shaggy 2 Dope] def. Kaientai (Dick Togo, Sho Funaki, Men's Teioh & Taka Michinoku) [w/Yamaguchi-san]
    All four members of Kaientai were chokeslammed at one time and Golga covered all four for the pin.
  3. Hair versus hair match:
    X-Pac [w/Howard Finkel] def. Jeff Jarrett
    Stipulation: The loser's head is shaved bald.
    Dennis Knight of Southern Justice misses X-Pac with a guitar. X-Pac takes the guitar and smashes it over the head of Jeff Jarrett while the ref's back is turned. X-Pac covers Jeff for a three-count. The Headbangers and Droz came out to hold Jarrett down for his haircut. Southern Justice saves him when he was about to be taken to the back to finish off.
  4. Mixed tagteam match:
    Sable & Mystery Partner (Edge) def. "Marvelous" Marc Mero & Jacqueline
    Sable hurricanranas Mero of the top rope and Edge launches Sable on to Marc for the pin
  5. Lion's den match (9-foot pit):
    Ken Shamrock def. Owen Hart (subm)
    Shamrock forced Owen to tap out to the ankle lock submission hold.
  6. Tagteam championship, no holds barred (pinfall counts anywhere):
    The New Age Outlaws ("Road Dogg" Jesse James & Bad Ass "Billy Gunn") def. Mankind (ch)
    Kane was a no-show so Vince McMahon talked Mankind into defending the titles himself. The Outlaws brutally beat Mankind to the canvas and Bad Ass pinned him easily. They put him in a dumpster and locked it. The top busted open and Kane stood up with a sledgehammer, which he drove into Mankind.
  7. Intercontinental championship, ladder match:
    Triple H [w/Chyna] def. The Rock [w/Mark Henry] (ch)
    Mark Henry threw salt in Triple H's eyes impairing his vision. Triple H stumbles onto the ladder trying to climb, making very slow progress. The Rock climbing the ladder on the other side is inches away from the belt, but Chyna hits him with a low blow. The Rock falls and Triple H grabs the belt.
  8. WWF championship:
    "Stone Cold" Steve Austin (ch) def. Undertaker
    Undertaker walked the rope but Austin countered it into a stunner covering the Taker for 3.

In Your House XXIV - Breakdown

1998-09-27, The Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, USA

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  1. Owen Hart def. Edge
    Edge is distracted when a mysterious man (Christian) appears at ringside, allowing Hart to roll him up for a pinfall.
  2. Al Snow & Scorpio def. Too Much "Too Hot" Scott Taylor & "Too Sexy" Brian Christopher)
    Snow pins Tayor for the victory, after the Snow plow.
  3. "Marvelous" Marc Mero [w/Jacqueline (Women's ch)] def. Droz
    Mero pins Droz after a shooting star press from the top rope.
  4. Falls count anywhere:
    Bradshaw def. Vader
    Bradshaw pinned Vader after a reverse neckbreaker.
  5. European championship:
    D'Lo Brown (ch) [w/Mark Henry] def. Gangrel
    Brown pins Gangrel after Henry had slammed him into the ring post.
  6. Triple threat steel cage match:
    The Rock def. Mankind, Ken Shamrock
    Rock pins Shamrock for the victory, as Mankind is climbing over the steel cage wall to get to the feet. Rock becomes the #1 contender for the WWF championship.
  7. Val Venis [w/Terri Runnels] def. Dustin Runnels
    Venis pins Runnels after the Money Shot.
  8. Six-man tagteam match:
    Degeneration X (The New Age Outlaws ("Bad Ass" Billy Gunn & "The Road Dog" Jesse James) & X-Pac (European ch)) def. Jeff Jarrett & Southern Justice (Mark Canterbury & Dennis Knight)
    Gunn pins Knight for the victory.
  9. WWF championship, triple threat match:
    Undertaker & Kane def. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin (ch)
    Stipulation: Undertaker and Kane could not pin each other. Undertaker and Kane chokeslammed Austin and pinned him simultaneously, to vacate the WWF title.

Intercontinental championship tournament 1998

1998-10-12 (Monday Night Raw), Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York, USA

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Triple H was forced to forfeit the Intercontinental championship due to injury.

  1. First round matches:
    Ken Shamrock def. Steve Blackman (subm.)
  2. Val Venis [w/Terri Runnels] def. Marc Mero [w/Jacqueline]
  3. Mankind def. Mark Henry
  4. X-Pac def. Jeff Jarrett
  5. Second round matches:
    Ken Shamrock def. Val Venis [w/Terri Runnels] (subm.)
  6. X-Pac def. Mankind
  7. Final:
    Ken Shamrock def. X-Pac (subm.)
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Val Venis Val Venis
Marc Mero
Mankind Mankind X-Pac
Mark Henry
X-Pac X-Pac
Jeff Jarrett

In Your House XXV - Judgment Day

1998-10-18, Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, Illinois, USA

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  1. Al Snow [w/Head] def. "Marvelous" Marc Mero [w/Jacqueline]
    Jarrett came out to the ring after Snow had cost him a victory earlier in the night. Pinfall after the Snow Plow.
  2. Six man tagteam match:
    The Legion of Doom 2000 (Hawk & Animal & Droz) def. The Disciples of Apocalypse (Skull & 8-Ball & Paul Ellering)
    Droz pinned 8-Ball after the Doomsday device.
  3. Light heavyweight championship:
    Christian [w/Gangrel] def. Taka Michinoku (ch) [w/Yamaguchi-san]
    Christian reverses the Michinoku driver to win the title.
  4. Goldust def. Val Venis [w/Terri Runnels]
    Goldust pinned Venis after a kick to the midsection.
  5. European championship:
    X-Pac def. D'Lo Brown (ch)
    Pinfall after facebuster.
  6. Tagteam championship:
    The Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) def. The New Age Outlaws ("Bad Ass" Billy Gunn & "Road Dogg" Jesse James) (ch) (dq)
    Road Dogg hit Mosh with a boombox to get disqualified, keeping the titles.
  7. Intercontinental championship:
    Ken Shamrock (ch) def. Mankind
    Mankind applies the mandible claw on himself while in Shamrock's ankle lock, causing himself to lose.
  8. Mark Henry def. The Rock
    Henry pins The Rock after a big splash, with D'Lo Brown holding The Rock's feet.
  9. WWF championship, special referee "Stone Cold" Steve Austin:
    Undertaker vs. Kane (no contest)
    This match was for the WWF championship, which was vacated after Breakdown. Paul Bearer attacks Kane with a chair, hands it to Undertaker. Austin doesn't count Undertaker's cover, but instead attacks Undertaker with the chair and counts a double-pinfall.

Survivor Series 1998 - Deadly Game

1998-11-15, The Kiel Center, St. Louis, Missouri, USA

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  1. Mankind (hardcore champion) def. Duane Gill
    Mankind was set to meet a mystery opponent in this first-round match. Mr McMahon introduced Duane Gill, who Mankind defeated in a few seconds.
  2. Al Snow [w/Head] def. Jeff Jarrett [w/Debra McMichael]
    Snow hits Jarrett with Head and gets a pinfall victory.
  3. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin def. The Big Boss Man (dq)
    Boss Man was disqualified for beating Austin with his nightstick.
  4. X-Pac (European ch) vs. Steven Regal (2xCO)
    Both men were counted while fighting outside the ring. McMahon called for commissioner Slaughter to restart the match with five minutes overtime, but X-Pac returned to the ring, apparently hurt, causing the match not to be restarted.
  5. Ken Shamrock (IC champ) def. Goldust (subm)
    Goldust submitted to an ankle lock.
  6. The Rock def. The Big Boss Man
    The Rock was scheduled to meet Triple H, but Pat Patterson and Gerald Brisco came out with a statement that he was still injured. Big Boss Man was announced as a replacement, but he lost to The Rock in a four-second match.
  7. Undertaker [w/Paul Bearer] def. Kane
    This was the first second-round match, since Undertaker and Kane had been allowed to start in the quarter finals. Undertaker wins by pinfall after a tombstone piledriver, with Paul Bearer holding on to Kane's leg.
  8. Mankind def. Al Snow [w/Head] (subm)
    Mr. McMahon had stolen Mr. Socco and put it around Snow's "Head". Mankind retrieved it and applied the Mandible claw on Snow, for the victory.
  9. The Rock def. Ken Shamrock
    Big Boss Man tried to give Shamrock his nightstick to defeat Rock, but Rock intercepted it, hit Shamrock and pinned him for the victory.
  10. Women's championship:
    Sable def. Jacqueline (ch) [w/Marc Mero]
    Sable had Jacqueline set up for a pinfall when Mero dragged her out of the ring, only for himself to be bodyslammed by Sable. Sable pinned Jacqueline after the Sable bomb, to win the title.
  11. Mankind def. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin
    In the first semi-final match, Austin had Mankind set up for a pinfall, when Mr. McMahon attacked him and the referee to stop the count. Shane McMahon came in starting to count, but stopped at two, showing Austin the finger. Mr. McMahon's henchmen again attacked Austin, allowing Mankind to win by pinfall.
  12. The Rock def. Undertaker (dq)
    Kane came in, attacking The Rock, causing the Undertaker to be disqualified. Kane then continued to attack Undertaker.
  13. Triple threat match, tagteam championship:
    The New Age Outlaws (ch) def. The Headbangers, D'Lo Brown & Mark Henry
    Gunn pinned Brown after a piledriver, to retain the titles.
  14. WWF championship tournament final:
    The Rock def. Mankind (subm)
    Steel chairs and the ring steps were used as weapons, but the referee had been instructed not to disqualify anyone. The Rock locked Mankind in a sharpshooter, and Mr. McMahon had the referee call the match, giving The Rock the victory and title. After the match, McMahon and Rock celebrated together, until Steve Austin came out attacking them.
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Capital Carnage

1998-12-06, London Arena, London, England, UK

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  1. Gangrel def. Al Snow
    Christian distracts the referee and Edge delivers a missile dropkick, allowing Gangrel to get a pinfall victory.
  2. The Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) def. The Legion of Doom (Animal & Droz)
    Mosh pinned Droz after an inside cradle.
  3. Val Venis def. Goldust
    Venis pinned Goldust after a rolling cradle.
  4. Tiger Ali Singh def. Edge
    Singh pins Edge with his feet on the ropes.
  5. Sable & Christian def. Jacqueline & "Marvelous" Marc Mero
    Sable pinned Jacqueline after a TKO.
  6. Intercontinental championship:
    Ken Shamrock [w/Big Boss Man] (ch) def. "The Lethal Weapon" Steve Blackman (subm)
    Boss Man attacks Blackman's leg, allowing Shamrock to apply an ankle lock to win by submission.
  7. Triple H [w/Chyna] def. Jeff Jarrett [w/Debra]
    Pinfall after a pedigree.
  8. Tagteam championship:
    The New Age Outlaws ("Bad Ass" Billy Gunn & "Road Dogg" Jesse James) (ch) def. D'Lo Brown & "Sexual Chocolate" Mark Henry
    Gunn pinned Brown after a piledriver.
  9. WWF championship:
    The Rock (ch) def. X-Pac (European ch) (DQ)
    X-Pac is disqualified when Triple H attacks The Rock outside the ring, trying to defend Chyna.
  10. Fatal four way match, special guest referee Gerald Brisco:
    "Stone Cold" Steve Austin def. Mankind, Kane, and Undertaker [w/Paul Bearer]
    Shane McMahon was guest ring announcer, Pat Patterson guest time-keeper, Big Boss Man (hardcore champion) and Vinnie Jones were guest enforcers (although Jones was sent back to the locker room immediately). With Brisco out, referee Earl Hebner came to the ring allowing Austin to pin Kane.

In Your House XXVI - Rock Bottom

1998-12-13, The General Motors Place, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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  1. D'Lo Brown [w/Terri Runnels & Jacqueline] & "Sexual Chocolate" Mark Henry def. Val Venis & The Godfather
    Jacqueline attacks Venis, allowing Henry to get a pinfall after a big splash.
  2. The Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) def. The Oddities (Kurrgan & Golga) [w/Giant Silva & Luna Vachon]
    Mosh pins Golga after a flying cross-body.
  3. "The Lethal Weapon" Steve Blackman def. Owen Hart (co)
    Blackman had Hart in a sharpshooter, Hart gets to the rope and Blackman has to release him. Hart leaves the ring and gets counted out.
  4. Six man tagteam match:
    The Brood (Edge & Christian & Gangrel) def. The J.O.B. Squad (Al Snow & Bob Holly & Scorpio)
    Christian pins Scorpio after the unprettier.
  5. Striptease match:
    Goldust def. Jeff Jarrett (DQ)
    Stipulation: If Goldust won, Debra McMichael had to strip. If Jarrett won, Goldust would have to do the same. Jarrett pins Goldust after Debra hit him with a guitar. Commissioner Shawn Michaels came out, disqualifying Jarrett, forcing Debra to start stripping. Jarrett and Blue Blazer enters, stopping Debra before she went "all the way".
  6. Tagteam championship:
    The New Age Outlaws ("Bad Ass" Billy Gunn & "Road Dogg" Jesse James) (ch) def. The Corporation (Ken Shamrock & The Big Boss Man)
    Michaels pulled the referee out of the ring during a pinfall attempt, but Gunn manages to pin Shamrock anyway, to retain the titles.
  7. WWF championship:
    Mankind def. The Rock (ch) (referee stoppage)
    Mankind applies the mandible claw and the referee awards Mankind the victory. However, Vince McMahon allowed The Rock to keep his title as he was not pinned or submitted.
  8. Buried alive match:
    "Stone Cold" Steve Austin def. Undertaker
    In an explosion, Kane appears from the grave. He helps putting Undertaker in, and Austin brings a bulldozer to fill the grave with dirt. Austin wins and is qualified for the 1999 Royal Rumble.
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