American Wrestling Trivia

World Wrestling Federation 1997

1997

Royal Rumble 1997

1997-01-21, Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas, USA
  1. Intercontinental championship:
    Hunter Hearst Helmsley (ch) def. Goldust
    Much wrestling took place outside the ring in this powerwrestling match. Goldust knocked Hunter with the IC belt that Hunter had got into the ring, but only got a two count. Hunter could eventually win the match with a pedigree
  2. Ahmed Johnson def. Faarooq (DQ)
    Faarooq tried a lot of illegal moves, for one thing he brought a whip inside the ring, but Ahmed got it. The disqualification of Faarooq was because of his gang, Nation of Domination, coming in and starting messing around with Ahmed
  3. Vader def. Undertaker
    Undertaker showed a lot of strength, even surviving a Vaderbomb in the earlier part of the match. Later, Paul Bearer showed up, and when Undertaker was about to attack Paul Bearer, Vader got in between and Bearer could hit the Undertaker with the urn. Vader won the match with yet another Vaderbomb, and then Vader and Bearer left the ring together. The Undertaker chokeslammed the referee after the match, thinking that he should have seen Bearer's outside interference
  4. AAA Six man tagteam match:
    Perro Aguayo, Canek & Hector Garza def. Fuerza Guerrera, Heavy Metal & Jerry Estrada
    As always, the Mexican wrestlers gave a great show of technical and acrobatic wrestling, even though it had a bit too much powerwrestling to really show the Mexicans' superiority in the sport. Even though the match was most entertaining, the audience seemed very uninterested about it
  5. The Royal Rumble:
    Elim. Ent. #Ent. Name By
    1 3 3"Razor Ramon" Ahmed Johnson (2)
    2 2 3Ahmed Johnson Self (went after Faarooq)
    3 1 5Crush Phileas Godwinn (4)
    4 4 5Phileas Godwinn Steve Austin (5)
    5 6 6Bart Gunn Steve Austin (5)
    6 7 8Jake "The Snake" Roberts Steve Austin (5)
    71012The Sultan British Bulldog (8)
    8 813British Bulldog Owen Hart (13)
    91516Cibernetico Mascaras (11)
    10 916Pierot Jr. Mascaras (11)
    111116Mascaras Self (jumped Pierot)
    121216Hunter Hearst Helmsley Goldust (14)
    131417Goldust Owen Hart (13)
    141718Latin Lover Faarooq (18)
    151818Faarooq Self (attacked by Ahmed)
    161618"Wild Man" Marc Mero Steve Austin (5)
    171317Owen Hart Steve Austin (5)
    181919Savio Vega Steve Austin (5)
    192020"Double J" Jesse James Steve Austin (5)
    202222Jerry "The King" Lawler Bret "Hit Man" Hart (21)
    212730Flash Funk Vader (28)
    222930Henry O. Godwinn Undertaker (30)
    232530Rocky Maivia Mankind (26)
    242420Terry Funk Mankind (26)
    252630Mankind Undertaker (30)
    26 530Steve Austin Bret "Hit Man" Hart (21) See below
    272830Vader Steve Austin (5)
    283030Undertaker Steve Austin (5)
    292330"Diesel" Bret "Hit Man" Hart (21)
    Would-be-winner:
    301830Bret "Hit Man" Hart Steve Austin (5)
    However, since the referees didn't see Steve Austin being thrown out of the ring (they had their hands full with getting Mankind out), he was judged as the winner, and was to be given a title shot at Wrestlemania XIII. However, instead of that, a "final four" match was setup at In Your House XIII.
  6. World Wrestling Federation Championship Match:
    Shawn Michaels def. Sycho Sid (ch)
    This was a psychological match with much powerwrestling. Sid had the advantage in the beginning, where he tried to tire Shawn. Shawn came back with air maneuvers, which however were stopped by Sid. When Shawn tried to apply his special move, the "sweet chin music", Sid could stop that too, reversing it into a powerbomb, after which he (again) went for Shawn's manager, Jose Lothario. Shawn stopped him though. Later on, Sid managed to get the referee unconscious, by slamming him with Shawn. He then covered Shawn, but the new referee that came running to the ring only counted to two. Shawn then gave Sid the same treatment he got at Survivor Series '96, that is, he slammed him with a TV camera. Shawn could then, after another "sweet chin music", get a slow pinfall by the newly awakened referee.

In Your House XIII - Final Four

1997-02-16, UTC Arena, Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA
  1. Final Four for WWF Championship:
    Bret "Hit Man" Hart def. Vader, The Undertaker, Steve Austin
    Order of elimination: Steve Austin (by Bret Hart), Vader (by Undertaker), Undertaker (by Bret Hart)
  2. WWF tag team championship:
    Philip Lafon & Doug Furnas def. British Bulldog & Owen Hart (ch)
  3. WWF intercontinental championship:
    Rocky Maivia (ch) def. Hunter Hearst Helmsley
  4. Six man tagteam match:
    Nation of Domination (Faarooq, Crush, Savio Vega) def. Flash Funk, Bart Gunn, Goldust
  5. Marc Mero def. Leif Cassidy

WWF European Championship Tournament

Deutschland Xpress Tour, February 1997
British BulldogBritish BulldogBritish BulldogFinals held at
European Championship Berlin
Mankind
VaderVader
Rocky Maivia
Owen HartOwen HartOwen Hart
Flash Funk
Hunter Hearst HelmsleyBret "Hit Man" Hart
Bret "Hit Man" Hart

WWF European Championship

1997-02-26 (televised 1997-03-01), Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, Brandenburg, Germany
  1. Salvatore Sincere def. Alex "The Pug" Porteau
    The opening bout was a bit boring at start, with both men desperately trying to get the other one to submit to a pin. Sincere could finally get a pin fall after having Porteau in a Full Nelson.

    Between these two matches, German ring-announcer and commentator Carsten Schaeffer, with help of Billy Gunn, awarded a lucky winner with a DF1 digital receiver for the combined DSF/DF1 competition that had run through the Deutschland Xpress Tour.

  2. Doug Furnas & Philip Lafon def. Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly & "Man-O-War" Aldo Montoya
    This match was a true display of sportsmanship from both teams. It was also a display of power wrestling (as often is with the American wrestling in general). Furnas and Lafon won after a Half Nelson followed by a slam.

    Here The Honky Tonk Man arrived, apparently helping out in the American commentator position.

  3. Hunter Hearst Helmsley def. Bret "Hit Man" Hart (dq)
    The audience was definitely on Bret's side, he's said that his German fans are the best, and it seems like that. After a slow start, it showed up to be a match in which Bret seemingly wanted to injure Hunter, working on his leg, for example with a Figure 4 leglock around the ring post. The match ended when Bret had Hunter hanging up-side-down from the ring ropes, and the referee (Earl Hebner) told him to let Hunter go. Bret then pushed the referee away, which costed him a disqualification.
  4. Intercontinental championship:
    Rocky Maivia (ch) def. Vader (dq)
    Even though Vader certainly knew how to throw his weight around, the match was surprisingly even. Vader tried many of his powermoves, but could not get Rocky pinned. In the end, Rocky wanted to end the match with a flying cross-body, but didn't get a pin position. Mankind then entered the ring, and hit Rocky with the urn, which got Vader disqualified.

    In the pause that now followed, we were informed about the most recent developments in the WWF championship ranks. In the arena, one could hear that through the commentators' microphones, Honky Tonk Man was singing (or whatever).

  5. WWF championship:
    Sycho Sid (ch) def. Mankind
    Mankind showed one of his interesting talents, when he gave an interview in German before the match. There, he said that all WWF stars were in "Lebensgefahr" (danger of life), and that "ich bin kein Mensch, ich bin Mankind" (I'm not a human, I'm Mankind). This slow powerwrestling match showed a lot of action outside the ring. Even though Mankind was booed at by the audience, he got the advantage when he applied the Mandible Claw to Sycho Sid, but Sid, in a display of great strength, could get out of it. Sid won the match with a powerbomb.

    Ahmed Johnson was interviewed by Carsten Schaefer, and being asked if he would accept Faarooq's challenge for a match at Wrestlemania XIII. Ahmed accepted, dedicating the match to his German fans, but he said that this time, he wouldn't be alone.

  6. The Sultan def. Flash Funk
    Flash Funk showed off his great techniques, but The Sultan got the advantage with his powermoves. The Sultan won after turning a headscissors into a camel clutch.
  7. Ahmed Johnson def. Leif Cassidy
    Ahmed won the match on a piledriver, followed by a spinebuster, a pearl river plunge and then the pin.
  8. WWF European championship final:
    British Bulldog (tag ch) def. Owen Hart (tag ch)
    The championship final was interesting, since it was between the two tag team champions. British Bulldog was, not unexpectedly, the audience's favourite, but there were a number of Owen fans too. Since they have been wrestling as a tag team, they knew each other's style quite well, which made it a technical match. The Bulldog showed an impressive bow & arrow on Owen. You could see that they were friends, since they didn't do any foul moves, except when Owen faked a leg injury, which made Bulldog quite angry. There were a lot of pin attempts from both wrestlers, Owen applied a sharpshooter on Bulldog, but he got to the ropes, so Owen had to let go. Bulldog won the match on a victory roll, which made him the first ever WWF European champion. Even though there were some heated feelings in the interview that followed, it seems as if they're still friends.

Wrestlemania XIII

1997-03-23, Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, Illinois, USA
  1. Four team tag elimination match:
    Headbangers def. Godwinns, New Blackjacks, Doug Furnas / Phil LaFon
    As always with matches with more than two teams, it was a bit messed up at times, but even with that, the Furnas/LaFon team could show off their good wrestling technique. First elimination was a double countout of the New Blackjacks and the Furnas/LaFon team after some brawling outside the ring. The match ended when Headbanger Mosh pinned Phileas Godwinn after a frog splash.
  2. Intercontinental championship:
    Rocky Maivia (ch) def. Sultan
    This match contained of mostly boring power wrestling, where Sultan dominated most of the match. Rocky managed to get a pinfall over Sultan nevertheless. After the match, Rocky was interviewed, when the Sultan attacked him from behind. Rocky Johnson, the father of Rocky Maivia, entered the ring and defended Rocky.
  3. Hunter Hearst Helmsley def. Goldust
    It was an even match with a certain amount of foul play in it. The audience was clearly on Goldust's side. Hunter Hearst Helmsley won the match after a pedigree on Goldust, when he tried to protect Marlena from Helmsley's "manager" Chyna.
  4. Tagteam championship:
    Owen Hart & British Bulldog (ch) vs. Vader & Mankind (2xCO)
    Owen and Bulldog seemed to have gotten past their personal differences they had after their match for the European Championship. There was a lot of action outside the ring, where, for example, Vader attacked Bulldog with the urn. The match ended in a double countout after Mankind and Bulldog jumped out of the ring while Mankind had a mandible claw applied.
  5. Submission match:
    Guest referee: Ken Shamrock (of UFC "shooting")
    Bret "Hit Man" Hart def. Stonecold Steve Austin
    This match was at top speed from the beginning, but it was more a brawl than a wrestling match, with both wrestling resorting to ugly tactics. At some times they were even wrestling out among the audience... Bret Hard worked much on Austin's bad leg, but Austin didn't submit even though he was in pain. The match ended after Bret hitting Austin with the ring gong, after Austin tried to choke him with the microphone cables. Bret got Austin into a sharpshooter, which rendered Austin unconscious. Even though him winning the match, Bret continued attacking Austin, but referee Shamrock stopped him with a belly-to-belly. After waking up, Austin applied a stone-cold stunner to Shamrock.
  6. Chicago street fight:
    Legion of Doom & Ahmed Johnson def. Nation of Domination (Faarooq, Crush & Savio Vega)
    Since this was a Chicago street fight, foreign objects were allowed inside the ring (and outside), and much was used, like, for instance, the french-canadian commentators' table. Crush covered Hawk for the win, after hitting him with a piece of plank.
  7. Championship match:
    Undertaker def. Sycho Sid (ch)
    Bret Hart came into the ring and started humiliating the injured Shawn Michaels who was a commentator, and then continued with Undertaker and Sycho Sid. He said that the title should be his. Sid powerbombed him and called him a cry-baby, and then Undertaker started the real match by attacking Sid from behind.
    Much action took place outside the ring, for example when the Undertaker was slammed against the Mexican commentators' table. Both wrestlers tried to get a quick victory, but none succeeded. Sid almost won the match with a tombstone(!) on Undertaker. Hart once again entered the ring, fighting Sid, which made it possible for Undertaker to win the match.

In Your House XIV - Revenge of the Taker

1997-04-20, Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, New York, USA
  1. WWF championship:
    The Undertaker (ch) def. Mankind
  2. Steve Austin def. Bret "Hit Man" Hart (DQ)
  3. Tagteam championship:
    Legion of Doom def. Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith (ch) (DQ)
  4. Intercontinental championship:
    Savio Vega def. Rocky Maivia (ch) (c-o)
  5. Jesse James def. Rockabilly

In Your House XV - Cold day in Hell

1997-05-11, Richmond Colliseum, Richmond, Virginia, USA
  1. Hunter Hearst Helmsley def. Flash Funk
  2. Mankind def. Rocky Maivia (subm)
    Rocky submitted to a mandible claw.
  3. Nation of Domination (Savio Vega, Faarooq & Crush) def. Ahmed Johnson
    Ahmed pins Crush, then Savio is dq'ed. Faarooq finally pins Ahmed.
  4. No holds barred match:
    Ken Shamrock def. Vader
    Shamrock won via submission. The only way to win the match was by knockout or submission.
  5. WWF championship match:
    The Undertaker (ch) def. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin

The Kuwait Tournament 1997

Kuwait

Round one:

  1. Tiger Ali Singh def. Leif Cassidy
  2. Billy Gunn def. Bob Holly
  3. British Bulldog def. "Diesel"
    Running powerslam
  4. Mankind def. Phileas Godwinn
    Mandible claw
  5. Freddie Joe Floyd def. Sycho Sid
    Forfeit due to injury
  6. Vader def. Bart Gunn
    Vaderbomb
  7. Stone Cold Steve Austin def. Bret "Hit Man" Hart (co)
  8. Owen Hart def. Henry Godwinn
    Spin kick

Round two:

  1. Tiger Ali Singh def. Billy Gunn
    Spin kick
  2. Mankind def. British Bulldog (DQ)
  3. Vader def. Freddie Joe Floyd
    Vaderbomb
  4. Owen Hart def. Stone Cold Steve Austin (outside interference)

Semi finals

  1. Tiger Ali Singh def. Mankind
    Small package
  2. Owen Hart def. Vader
    Forfeit

Final:

King of the ring 1997

1997-06-09, Providence Civic Center, Providence, Richmond, Rhode Island, USA

First round matches (not on the main event):

  1. Ahmed Johnson def. Hunter Hearst Helmsley
  2. Hunter Hearst Helmsley (Vader scheduled) def. Crush
  3. Jerry "The King" Lawler def. Goldust
  4. Mankind def. Savio Vega

Semi finals:

  1. Hunter Hearst Helmsley def. Ahmed Johnson
    Hunter pinned Ahmed after a pedigree
  2. Mankind def. Jerry "The King" Lawler
    Mankind won on a submission by a mandible claw.

Other matches:

  1. Goldust def. Crush
    Goldust pinned Crush after a DDT
  2. Six man tagteam match:
    Hart Foundation [British Bulldog (European champion), Owen Hart (Intercontinental champion), Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart] def. Legion of Doom & Sycho Sid
    Owen pinned Sid after a sunset flip.
  3. King of the Ring Final:
    Hunter Hearst Helmsley def. Mankind
    Hunter Hearst Helmsley became the 1997 King of the Ring by winning by a pinfall over Mankind. Hunter attacked Mankind with the crown after the match.
  4. Stone Cold Steve Austin (tagteam champion) vs. Shawn Michaels (tagteam champion) (2xDQ)
    First Austin knocked down one referee, and when another one came in, Shawn knocked him. Earl Hebner then came in and disqualified both men.
  5. Championship match:
    Undertaker (ch) def. Faarooq
    Undertaker pinned Faarooq after a tombstone. Paul Bearer ordered Undertaker to apply more tombstones to Faarooq, but Undertaker didn't really want to do that. Ahmed Johnson then appeared in the ring, stopping the Undertaker with a chickenwing suplex.
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In Your House XVI - Canadian Stampede

Date unknown, Calgary Sattledome, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  1. The Godwinns def. The New Blackjacks
    Pinfall
  2. Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Mankind (2xCO)
  3. The Great Sasuke def. Taka Michinoku
  4. Championship match:
    Undertaker (ch) def. Vader
    Pinfall after a tombstone.
  5. Ten man tagteam match:
    The Hart Foundation (British Bulldog, Bret "Hit Man" Hart, Owen Hart, Jim Neidhart & Brian Pillman) def. Austin's team (Goldust, Ken Shamrock, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Legion of Doom)
    Owen Hart pinned Steve Austin for the victory.

Summerslam 1997

1997-08-03, East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA
  1. Steel-cage match:
    Mankind def. Hunter Hearst Helmsley
    Chyna stopped Mankind from coming out, knocked the referee, and threw in a chair for Hunter to use, but Mankind used it against Hunter, and catapulted him against Chyna who was outside the cage. Mankind then climbed out, almost, but climbed back in and performed an elbow drop from the cage top. Then he climbed out and won the match, even though Chyna attempted to pull Hunter out of the ring. Instead of the Mankind music, the Dude Love (Mankind's alter ego) was played, which made him appear as a totally different person.
  2. Goldust def. Brian Pillman
    Stipulation: If Pillman lost the match, he would have to appear in one of Marlena's dresses on the following Raw is War. Goldust won a pinfall after Marlena interfered.
  3. Legion of Doom def. The Godwinns
    Pinfall.
  4. European Championship:
    British Bulldog (ch) def. Ken Shamrock (dq)
    Stipulation: If Bulldog lost the match, he would have to eat a can of dog food. Bulldog threw the dogfood in Shamrock's face, which made him very angry. Shamrock replied by hitting Bulldog in the head with the dog food can, which got him disqualified. After the match, Shamrock placed a sleeper hold on Bulldog, and refused to let go. When the officials finally got him to let go of it, he began to do belly-to-belly:s on the officials.
  5. Eight man warfare:
    Los Boricuas (Savio Vega, José Estrada, Miguel Perez, Jesus Castillo) vs. Disciples of the apocalypse (Crush, Skull, Eighth ball, Chains) (no contest)
    A high pace match, with Los Boricuas tagging in and out very often. A bit into the match, the third team, Nation of domination, lead by Faarooq and Ahmed Johnson, showed up, and made the match and in a general brawl between the three groups.
  6. Intercontinental championship:
    "Stone Cold" Steve Austin (tag ch) def. Owen Hart (ch)
    Stipulation: If Stone Cold did not win, he would kiss Owen's ass. This end of this match was the on of the worst I've seen. After Owen had beaten Stone Cold to a certain pinfall, he instead walked around doing nothing at all, and after a while, Stone Cold rolled him into a pin situation, which would have been extremely easy for Owen to get out of, if he just had wanted to.
  7. Championship match: Guest referee: Shawn Michaels:
    Bret "Hit Man" Hart def. Undertaker (ch)
    Stipulation: If Hit Man did not win the title, he would not wrestle in the US again. In the match that everybody knew who would win, we saw a lot of pin and submission attempts from both sides. The obvious ending came when Shawn by mistake had knocked the Undertaker with the chair he had found Bret taking into the ring. Shawn Michaels was planning on hitting Bret with it, since he refused to confirm that he had taken it into the ring while Shawn was knocked outside the ring, and also spit Shawn in the face.

In Your House XVII - Ground Zero

1997-09-07, Louisville, Kentucky, USA
  1. Brian Pillman def. Goldust
    Pinfall
  2. Brian Christopher vs. Scott Putski (no contest)
    Putski got a knee injury, so the referee stopped the match.
  3. Triple threat match:
    Savio Vega def. Crush, Faarooq
    Savio Vega pinned Crush
  4. Max Mini def. El Torito
    Pinfall
  5. Fatal four-way, for the tagteam championship:
    Headbangers def. Legion of Doom, The Godwinns, Owen Hart & British Bulldog
  6. WWF Championship:
    Bret "Hit Man" Hart (ch) def. The Patriot
    Submission
  7. Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels (no contest)

One Night Only - UK

1997-09-20, Birmingham NEC, United Kingdom
  1. Hunter Hearst Helmsley def. Dude Love
    Pinfall
  2. Tiger Ali Singh def. Leif Cassidy
    Pinfall
  3. Tagteam championship:
    Headbangers (ch) def. Savio Vega & Miguel
    Pinfall
  4. Patriot def. Flash Funk
    Pinfall
  5. Legion of Doom def. The Godwinns
    Pinfall
  6. Vader def. Owen Hart
    Pinfall
  7. Championship match:
    Bret "Hit Man" Hart (ch) def. Undertaker (DQ)
  8. European Championship:
    Shawn Michaels def. British Bulldog (ch)
    Pinfall

In Your House XVIII - Badd Blood

1997-10-05, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
  1. D-Lo Brown, Rocky Maivia & Kama def. L.O.D
    (Shamrock injured and could not compete) Pinfall, Rocky over Hawk after outside interference by Faarooq
  2. Max Mini & Nova def. Mosaic & Tarantula
    Pinfall, Max Mini over Tarantula
  3. Tagteam championship:
    The Godwinns def. The Headbangers (ch)
    Pinfall, Philleas over Mosh
  4. Intercontinental championship tournament final:
    Owen Heart def. Faarooq
    Steve Austin hit Faarooq with the belt.
  5. Disciples of Apocalypse (DOA) def. Los Boricuas
    Pinfall, Crush over Jesus
  6. Flag match:
    Bret "Hit Man" Hart & The British Bulldog def. Vader & The Patriot
    Pinfall, Bret over Patriot
  7. "Hell in a cell" (cage) match:
    Shawn Michaels def. The Undertaker
    After "Kane" tombstoned the Undertaker

Survivor Series 1997

1997-11-09, Montreal, Québéc, Canada
  1. Road Dog Jesse James, Badass Billy Gunn & The Godwinns (Phileas & Henry) def. Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) & New Blackjacks (Windham & Bradshaw)
    Eliminated in order:
    1. Henry (pin by Bradshaw)
    2. Windham (pin by Phileas)
    3. Mosh (pin by Badass)
    4. Phileas (pin by Thrasher)
    5. Bradshaw (pin by ?)
    6. Thrasher (pin by Badass)
  2. Truth Commission (Chains, Recon, Sniper & Jackal?) def. Disciples of Apocalypse (Chains, Skull, 8-ball & Crush)
    Eliminated in order:
    1. Chains (pin by Interrogator)
    2. Jackal(?) (pin by Skull)
    3. Recon (pin by Skull)
    4. Skull (pin by Interrogator)
    5. 8-ball (pin by Interrogator)
    6. Sniper (pin by Crush)
    7. Crush (pin by Interrogator)
  3. Team Canada (British Bulldog, Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart, Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon) def. Team USA (Vader, Goldust, Marc Mero & Steve Blackman)
    Eliminated in order:
    1. Blackman (countout)
    2. Anvil (pin by Vader)
    3. LaFon (pin by Vader)
    4. Mero (pin by Furnas)
    5. Goldust (countout)
    6. Furnas (pin by Vader)
    7. Vader (pin by Bulldog)
    This was interesting, since the only Canadian on Team Canada was Phil LaFon, but it still was quite an interesting match, with Goldust being counted out because he refused to get into the wring and wrestle, claiming to have a broken arm. Team Canada won the match when Bulldog put Vader out by hitting him with the ring announcer's bell
  4. Kane def. Mankind
    Kane seemed to be even more resistant to wrestling moves than the undertaker is. Kane won over Mankind by pinning him after a tombstone
  5. Ken Shamrock, Ahmed Johnson & Legion of Doom (Hawk & Animal) (tag ch) def. Nation of Domination (Faarooq, Kama, D'Lo Brown & Rocky Maivia)
    Eliminated in order:
    1. Hawk (pin by Rocky)
    2. Faarooq (pin by Ahmed)
    3. Ahmed (pin by Rocky)
    4. Kama (pin by Animal)
    5. Animal (countout)
    6. D'Lo Brown (submission by Shamrock)
    7. Rocky Maivia (submission by Shamrock)
    Badass and Roaddog came down to ringside and disturbed Legion of Doom, enough to get Animal counted out
  6. Intercontinental Championship:
    Stone Cold Steve Austin def. Owen Hart (ch)
    This match ended in a quick pin for Steve
  7. Championship match:
    Shawn Michaels def. Bret "Hit Man" Hart (ch)
    It took several minutes for this match to officially start, because Bret and Shawn brawled outside the ring for quite a while. Shawn won the match on submission, he applied a sharpshooter to Bret Hart after managing to reverse a figure-four leglock

In Your House XIX - Degeneration X

1997-12-07, Springfield, Massachusetts, USA
  1. Light heavyweight title:
    Taka Michinoku def. Brian Christopher
    Pinfall
  2. Los Boriquas def. Disciples of Apocalypse
    Pinfall, Miguel over Chainz
  3. Four round boxing match:
    Butterbean def. Marvelous Marc Mero (dq)
  4. Tagteam championship:
    Roaddog Jesse James & Badass Billy Gunn def. Legion of Doom (ch) (dq)
    Legion of Doom were disqualified when LOD hit Gunn and James with the bucket from the Godwinns (who just had entered to interfere with LOD)
  5. Bootcamp match:
    Hunter Hearst Helmsley def. Sgt. Slaughter
    Pinfall after HHH put the "pedigree" on Slaughter, on a chair
  6. Jeff Jarrett def. Undertaker (dq)
    Undertaker was disqualified when Kane came out and chokeslammed Double J (who had attacked Kane)
  7. Intercontinental championship:
    "Stone Cold" Steve Austin (ch) def. Rocky Maivia
    Pinfall for Austin after a Stone Cold Stunner
  8. WWF championship match:
    Ken Shamrock def. Shawn Michaels (ch) (dq)
    Shawn Michaels was disqualified after HHH and Chyna came into the ring and attacked Shamrock
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