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Be the Booker WWF 1999: The Attitude Era

Discussion in 'PWF Interactive' started by RaisedOnWrestling, Nov 25, 2018.

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    Opening Notes


    Mankind has retained the WWF Championship at the St. Valentine’s Day PPV against Rock, at the disapproval of Mr. McMahon.


    Commissioner Shawn Michaels is still in place to provide checks and balances on Mr. McMahon and the rest of the roster.


    There was a ‘huge’ debut at St. Valentine’s Day when Paul Wight burst into the ring during the Steel Cage match between Stone Cold Steve Austin and Mr. McMahon leading a not so successful assist to Mr. McMahon.



    Recap of St. Valentine’s Day Massacre: In Your House


    Too Much (Brian Christopher and Scott Taylor) defeated The Hardy Boyz (Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy) in a Tag team match
    Viscera (with Mideon) defeated Test (with Big Boss Man) by disqualification


    Billy Gunn (with Triple H and X-Pac) vs. Tiger Ali Singh ended in a no contest


    Goldust defeated Bluedust


    Bob Holly defeated Al Snow (with Head) Hardcore match for the vacant WWF Hardcore Championship


    Big Boss Man defeated Mideon


    Jeff Jarrett and Owen Hart (c) (with Debra) defeated D'Lo Brown and Mark Henry (with Ivory) in a Tag team match for the WWF Tag Team Championship


    Val Venis (with Ryan Shamrock) defeated Ken Shamrock (c) in a Singles match for the WWF Intercontinental Championship with Billy Gunn as special guest referee


    The Corporation (Chyna and Kane) defeated D-Generation X (Triple H and X-Pac) in a Tag team match


    Mankind (c) vs. The Rock ended in a draw in a Last Man Standing match for the WWF Championship


    Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated Mr. McMahon in a Steel Cage match to determine the #1 contender to the WWF Championship at WrestleMania XV




    Upcoming Major Events


    WrestleMania XV
    March 28, 1999


    Backlash: In Your House
    April 25, 1999


    No Mercy
    May 16, 1999
     
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    THE ROSTER


    Monday Night Raw


    WWE Championship
    Mankind
    January 26, 1999 -


    Intercontinental Championship
    Val Venis
    February 14, 1999 -


    European Championship
    X-Pac
    October 18, 1998 -


    Hardcore Championship
    Hardcore Holly
    February 14, 1999 -


    World Tag Team Championship
    Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart
    January 25, 1999-


    Women's Championship
    Sable
    November 15, 1998 -



    8-Ball
    Al Snow w/Head
    Animal
    Apolo Dantes
    Bart Gunn
    Big Bossman
    Big Show
    Billy Gunn
    Bluedust
    Bob Holly
    Bradshaw
    Brian Christopher
    Christian
    Chyna
    D-Lo Brown
    Debra
    Droz
    Edge
    Essa Rios
    Funaki
    Gangrel
    Gerald Brisco
    Gillberg
    Godfather
    Goldust
    Golga
    Grandmaster Sexay
    Hawk
    Ivory
    Jacqueline
    Jeff Hardy
    Jeff Jarrett
    Kane
    Ken Shamrock
    Kurrgan
    Luna
    Mankind
    Mark Henry
    Matt Hardy
    Meat
    Mideon
    Mosh
    Owen Hart
    Pat Patterson
    Road Dogg
    Rock
    Ryan Shamrock
    Sable
    Scott Taylor
    Shane McMahon
    Skull
    Steve Austin
    Steve Blackman
    Taka Michinoku
    Terri Runnels
    Test
    Thrasher
    Tiger Ali Singh
    Tori
    Triple H
    Undertaker w/Paul Bearer
    Val Venis
    Viscera
    X-Pac
     
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    6 weeks till WM XV…


    Monday Night Raw
    Date: February 15, 1999
    Location: Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center, Birmingham, Alabama
    Attendance: 13,906
    Commentators: Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler



    We open with clips of the two main events from last night.


    Cue “We’re All Together Now.”


    Commissioner Shawn Michaels opens us up and introduces the men that will be facing off for the WWF title at Wrestlemania: Austin and Mankind. But before Michaels can speak to them, Mr. McMahon comes out in a neck brace and has a huge bandage on the top of his head. Mr. McMahon talks about how he’s been humbled and defeated although the fans aren’t thrilled with him. He wants to start things over and bury the hatchet.


    However, Mr. McMahon asks Austin for an apology. Austin apologies for not giving Mr. McMahon an even worse beating than he already gave him. Vince discusses how WrestleMania will see Austin and Mankind in the main event, but says there’s a problem with that: Mankind didn’t win last night. He says it was a draw so Rock should get a rematch tonight. Mankind says he’s in bad shape and asks for a week to prepare.


    Here’s Rock who’s banged up too. He says Mankind wants seven days, but he doesn’t have seven minutes. Rock doesn’t think much of Michaels, but Michaels needs to make the match tonight. Mankind says he has testicles full of fortitude, so he’ll face Rock tonight. Mr. McMahon wants to make it a ladder match for some reason, Michaels says OK. Mr.McMahon says one more thing, Paul Wight is going to referee the match tonight. We head to commercial.



    Jeff Jarrett w/Debra & Owen Hart vs D’Lo Brown w/Ivory & Mark Henry


    Too Cool would come out to watch this match from ringside. Jarrett would run from Brown in the beginning to stall things. Things would get going and Jarrett would be dropped by a leg lariat and again by a clothesline. D’Lo would miss on a middle rope knee drop and Double J would take over. Double J locks in the Figure Four, but Ivory comes in to rake Jarrett’s eyes. D’Lo slams him and hits the Low Down, but Debra coves Jarrett with her body, causing D’Lo to hesitate. Owen would yank D’Lo’s legs, causing him to crush his nuts on the pole, before tossing him into the ring. Henry would chase Owen. Jarrett would drag himself onto D’Lo to make the pin.


    The tag champs and Debra would be pleased with the results, as they backed their way up the ramp. D’Lo and his gang looked disappointed.


    Backstage, Paul Wight is introduced to The Corporation.



    In the ring, Triple H and X-Pac are having a chat. Triple H yells at the now Corporate Chyna and calls out Kane as well. Cue Shane, Chyna and Kane for Triple H to ask for a rematch. Shane gives Chyna the night off, so that’s a no. Shane says Chyna will be replaced by another Corporation member--Test. Test would come out and posture in the ring. The two teams would stare-off, but Shane would back his away for later in the night. We head to commercial.


    Backstage, Mankind is having issues with ladder climbing practice.



    Billy Gunn vs Ken Shamrock


    The Intercontinental Champion, Val Venis is watching from ringside. Gunn misses a charge to start and Shamrock beats him down in the corner. Gunn comes back with a hip swiveling neckbreaker for two. Shamrock charges into a boot and misses a jumping spin kick as Gunn punches away. Ryan gets on the apron but Venis sends Shamrock into the ropes, knocking Ryan to the floor. Gunn spins Shamrock into a kick to the gut and quick Fame-Ass-er.


    As Gunn celebrates, Venis slides into the ring and hits the Big Package on Gunn. Ryan meets Venis in the ring to celebrate with him but he dumps her.


    We see The Ministry walking in the back. We go to commercial.


    Backstage, Gunn tells Ryan he’s sorry for what just happened. It looks like Gunn and Ryan are about to have an intimate moment, when Ryan pulls away and says she can’t and walks off. Gunn just looks on.


    Back to the ring, The Ministry (Undertaker, Paul Bearer, The Brood, The Acolytes, Mideon and Viscera) come out. Last night they kidnapped Boss Man who later escaped. Bearer and Undertaker say they want to own the company and there’s nothing Vince can do about it. While Vince has been dealing with Austin, Undertaker has formed an army to destroy The Corporation. Taker talks about the Higher Power. Cue Boss Man who challenges Taker to a match tonight. Taker declines but allows Viscera to compete instead.



    Test & Kane w/Shane McMahon vs Triple H & X-Pac


    Triple H jumps Kane to start but can’t really hurt him. Kane overpowers Triple H and sends him flying across the ring with a shove. Kane’s got the momentum now with a corner clothesline, followed by a one-armed scoop powerslam for a two count. Kane goes for an early chokeslam, but Triple H fight to counter with a ddt. X-Pac comes in with boots to Kane, before Triple H joins him. Test comes in with the save, giving both men punches before sending X-Pac to the outside. Kane makes Test the legal man and Test goes after Triple H, who makes a quick tag to X-Pac. X-Pac evades Test, trying to break him down with kicks. Test gets his hands on X-Pac and connects with a gutwrench falling powerbomb. Test covers, but Triple H breaks it up. Triple H goes for a Pedigree on Test, but Kane connects with a big boot. Kane pursues Triple H to the outside. Shane barks at Triple H, but backs away from any physical contact. X-Pac is waiting on Test to turn into the 1-2-3 Kick, but Chyna appears on the apron and distracts X-Pac. After X-Pac turns back to Test, he gets leveled with a running big boot for the pin.


    DX is livid with Chyna, as she and The Corporation guys make their way up the ramp. We go to commercial.


    Non-title: Hardcore Holly © vs Steve Blackman


    Blackman jumps him on the stage and they head into the back. Holly throws a TV monitor at Blackman’s head which misses, thankfully. Blackman throws him into some barrels as we hear Bob’s first name: Thurman. Now they’re outside and both are rammed into various things. Blackman gets thrown into a dumpster and here’s Snow to beat up Hardcore with Head. Blackman connects with the thrust kick for the pin.


    Snow would stand over Hardcore with Head and would have a bizarre conversation about getting the Hardcore title back.


    Big Boss Man w/Gerald Brisco & Pat Patterson vs Viscera w/ The Acolytes


    Things start with The Acolytes punking out Brisco and Patterson before dropping them. It seems they were willing to be sacrifices as Briscoe snuck Boss Man’s nightstick onto the apron. With the referee distracted, Boss Man would grab his weapon and quickly attack Viscera, stunning him and dropping him to the mat. Boss Man would make the pin for a quick win. The lights quickly go out and here’s Undertaker. The Acolytes help Viscera as they head to the ramp. Mideon and The Brood come out with Shane unconscious. They present him to Undertaker who says Vince probably doesn’t care about his boy anyway. Taker gives Shane an envelope and says this is from The Lord of Darkness and is for Vince. We go to commercial.


    WWF Championship: Ladder Match - Mankind © vs The Rock - Paul Wight is special guest referee


    Rock tells Mankind to put some salt on his hand and take a shot at him. Austin comes out to do commentary and scout for WrestleMania. Mankind knocks Rock to the floor to start and the brawl is on. Paul Wight pulls Mankind off of Rock and checks on Rock to see if he’s OK. Mankind obliges, but is ready to get back at Rock. Rock appears to be saying something to Paul Wight and Wight goes to Mankind as somewhat corners him. Wight moves and Rock comes flying and tackling Mankind to the ground and pummeling him. Rock drags Mankind to the outside and whips him into the steps knees first and grabs a chair. The knee gets rammed into the chair and Rock brings in the ladder. That goes badly for Rock as the champ gets the chair and beats the ladder onto Rock with it. People’s elbow by Mankind puts Rock down and Mankind goes up, but Rock hits him in the knee with the chair.


    A chop block puts Mankind down again. Rock puts the ladder around the leg and beats on it with a chair. Almost all Rock so far. He goes for a climb but Mankind throws him onto the top rope. A hard chair shot puts Rock down but Rock pops up and hits Mankind in the knee with the chair. Mankind lands in the ropes but unties himself quickly. Back to the floor and Mankind is somehow still walking.


    They start through the crowd and head for the stage, but Paul Wight stops Mankind and has words with him. Rock takes the time to recover. Mankind tries to go after Rock again, but Wight grabs him and tries to stop him. Mankind is upset now and shoves Wight. Wight shoves Mankind into Rock who attacks Mankind and takes him back to ringside. Mankind tries to fight back and goes to piledrive Rock through a table but a low blow let’s Rock hit the Rock Bottom through it instead. For some reason the championship isn’t over the middle of the ring, but rather off to the left by a few feet. Mankind somehow makes the save and pulls Rock off the ladder for a double arm DDT.


    Both guys are down and here’s Mr. Socko. Wight tries to stop Mr. Socko from coming out, but Mankind shoves his filthy hand into Wight’s mouth. Mankind has Wight to his knees and Rock shoves the ladder into Mankind and DDT’s him down. Time for another climb, but Mankind goes up on the other side as well. Rock reaches for the championship, but Mankind puts The Claw on at the same time. Wight climbs under Mankind and attempts to chokeslam him off the ladder, but here comes Stone Cold Steve Austin with a Stunner on Paul Wight. Mankind shoves Mr. Socko back into Rock’s mouth and shoves him off the ladder, before retrieving his championship.


    Rock rolls to the outside and he and Wight stagger up the ramp. Mankind celebrates on the turnbuckle with the belt, before coming down right into a Stunner by Stone Cold. Austin looks down and smirks at Mankind, before exiting the ring and backpedaling up the ramp. Austin stares back down at Mankind, who’s still on his back.
     
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    5 weeks till WM XV...


    Monday Night Raw
    Date: February 22, 1999
    Location: UTC Arena, Chattanooga, Tennessee
    Attendance: 7,900
    Commentators: Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler



    We open with clips from last week with Mankind surviving not only The Rock in a Ladder Match, but a biased special guest referee, in Paul Wight, to retain his WWF Championship.


    Here’s Mr. McMahon to open things up. He says since Undertaker wants to get personal by involving his family into his sick desires, he’ll involve Undertaker’s family. He says Undertaker will face Kane in a No Disqualification Match and The Ministry was barred from ringside. Mr. McMahon then shifts course and discusses the WWF Championship for WrestleMania. He says the title match between Mankind vs Stone Cold makes him sick to his stomach. He says even though Austin has earned his title shot at WrestleMania, he needs to pay for sticking his nose where it didn’t belong last week and costing The Rock the WWF Championship and assaulting a referee.


    Mr. McMahon brings out Paul Wight. Wight says he’s walked out of a nightmare and promises that the WWF will never be the same again. He calls Mankind and Austin pests of Mr.McMahon that he’ll personally see gets squashed and out of Mr. McMahon’s hair. Wight says he’s like to start with Austin tonight for getting in his business and putting his hands on him.


    Now here’s Stone Cold to a big pop. Austin comes down to the ring and calls Wight a big sonofabitch and says there’s a middle finger and another Stunner just around the corner for his ass. Austin gets in Mr.McMahon’s face and says he heard what he said and the way he said it when he talked about his WWF Championship match at WrestleMania. He says he knows Vince and calls him a snake. He asks Vince is he trying to be a snake. He asks Vince is he trying to screw him in his championship match. Vince gets intimidated, but Wight steps in Austin’s face. Vince smiles.


    Mr.McMahon tells Austin the days of him intimidating him and giving him Stunner’s are over, thanks to the largest athlete in the world, The Big Show. Austin looks up at Show and says he dropped this sonofabitch with one Stunner last week and he’s fixin’ to do it again at the count of three. Vince steps in front of Show and tells Austin that he will be punished tonight for sticking his nose where it didn’t belong last week. And for Show’s trouble, he’ll be rewarded. He says Austin and Show will go one-on-one in the main event and if Show wins, he’ll be added to the WWF Championship match at WrestleMania. He tells Austin that the Stunner is banned from the match and if Austin uses it, he’s automatically disqualified.


    Mr.McMahon and Big Show leave with big smiles on their faces. Austin looks on with agitation. We go to commercial.


    Backstage, Rock tells Big Show that although he didn’t get the job done last week or at St. Valentine’s Day for that matter… he’ll have his back tonight for at least trying last week. Rock walks off. Show looks like that got under his skin. Vince looks a bit worried.



    Brood (Gangrel & Edge w/Christian) vs Public Enemy (Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge)


    Gangrel and Edge jump Public Enemy as they come in. Edge dives on Rocco in the corner but Grunge trips them up and takes both Brood members out with a double bulldog. A hiptoss into a modified double powerbomb puts Gangrel down but not for a cover. Gangrel reverses a Grunge suplex, into a suplex of his own. He tags in Edge who hits Edge-O-Matic on Grunge. Christian trips up Rocco on the apron, before Edge nails Grunge with the Edgecution for the pin.


    Public Enemy leaves and gets a blood bath for their efforts. We go to commercial.


    During the break we see The Ministry around Paul Bearer, backstage, as they’re looking at something he has. They seem to be excited about whatever it is.


    Non-title: Val Venis © vs Goldust


    Goldust takes him down to start and pounds away in the corner, only to be run over by a Venis clothesline out of the corner. An elbow drop misses and Goldie goes after the knee with some kicks and a shinbreaker. Val comes back with some running knees into the ribs and a Russian legsweep for no cover. We get the bump and grind from Venis and spinebuster gets no cover on Goldie. Ryan would come out and get Val Venis’ attention. She’s heartbroken and doesn’t know what to do as Venis yells for her to go away. Goldie tries a small package roll-up from behind but only gets two. Val tries a leapfrog but crotches himself in the process, sending him to the floor. Ryan tries to help Venis out, but Venis shoves her away. Shamrock comes running out and rams the champ into the ring before clocking his head on the steel post and tossing him into the ring. Goldust would connect with the Curtain Call for the pin.


    Shamrock tries to see about his sisters well being, but she runs up the ramp where Billy Gunn is on stage. She runs into Gunn’s arms, infuriating Shamrock. Shamrock goes to take it out of Venis, who runs with his title through the crowd. Shamrock gives chase.


    Backstage, Chyna tells Shane she wants to get her hands on Triple H tonight. Shane says that will come, but for now he wants her to be in Test’s corner tonight when he faces X-Pac for the European Championship because he knows Triple H will be in X-Pac’s. Chyna has no problem with it.



    Owen Hart w/Jeff Jarrett & Debra vs Scott Taylor w/Brian Christopher


    Things start with a tie-up, before Hart backs Taylor into a corner. Hart works Taylor over in the corner, before hitting a belly to back suplex in the center of the ring. A leg-feed enzuigiri gets caught, which allows Taylor to take over. An array of punches followed by a hip toss gets Owen to the mat. A quick dropkick gets two on Hart. Taylor hits the two-handed bulldog on Owen, when Debra hopped on the arpon to cause a ruckus. Taylor looked her way momentarily, but then proceeded to set up The Worm. But before Taylor could connect, Jarrett pulled Owen from the ring and the champions retreated up the ramp. Taylor would win via count-out. Taylor and Christopher would shake their heads at the champs from the ring. We go to commercial.


    Back from break, Mankind meets Stone Cold in the back. Mankind tells Austin he knows he’s set to defend his WWF Championship against him at WrestleMania and he plans to do just that. He says but in order for that to happen, Austin has to make it to WrestleMania in one piece. He says knowing Mr. McMahon and the newly bolstered Corporation, things may get hairy in his match with Big Show tonight. Mankind offers to get Austin’s back tonight. Mankind offers the Socko hand, which Austin just stares at. Mankind says sorry quickly switches hands. Austin starts speaking in third-person, asking Mankind questions he in quick succession. Austin basically builds Mankind’s excitement about accepting his offer, before not giving him a direct answer. Austin tells Mankind that tonight, he’s going to open up a can of whoop ass on a seven foot jackass and ain’t nobody going to stop that. He says afterwards Mankind best be getting ready because he’s got an ass whooping coming his way and the WWF Championship was coming Stone Cold’s way. He says as far as tonight goes, he doesn’t care what Mankind does, just as long as he doesn’t get in his way. Austin walks off.


    Steve Blackman vs Droz


    Droz, who is just back from a two week suspension for attacking Kevin Kelly, jumps Black to start. A quick sunset flip gets two for Steve, but a jumping elbow drop gets the same for Droz. Steve is sent to the floor. Droz misses a middle rope elbow and Steve comes back with basic strikes. An elbow drop gets two for Blackman as does a powerslam for Droz. The bicycle kick gets the pin for Blackman.


    Post match, Droz lays out Blackman with Steve’s martial arts sticks.


    Vince tells Kane to make Undertaker suffer.


    Undertaker gives one of those evil promos where he talks about serving his master. He isn’t afraid of no dq match with the devil’s favorite demon. He says there’s a surprise for Vince tonight.



    Al Snow vs Matt Hardy w/Jeff Hardy


    Matt gets the jump on the champ and has things going in his favor to start. Matt whips Snow to the ropes before connecting with a forearm smash. Matt hits an inverted DDT for two. Matt takes an early chance with a moonsault off the top turnbuckle, but crashes and burns. Snow answers with kicks all over Matt before hitting the Snow Bomb for two. Snow locks in the arm wrench inside cradle, as Jeff cheers his brother to get out of it. Matt fights to his feet, but his efforts fall short after Snow locks him up for trapping headbutts, dazing Matt. Snow would hit the Snow Plow for the pin.


    After the match, Hardcore would catch Snow off-guard and knock him smack dab in the face with Head. Hardcore would throw Head outside the ring and mount Snow for a fury of punches. He’d then hit Hollycaust, before tossing Snow outside the ring near Head.

    Hardcore snatches a mic from a side judge and re-enters the ring. He complains about how many bad gimmicks and partner’s he’s been given over the years. He says he’s done with trash like Al Snow. He issues an open challenge for next week and drops the mic before heading to the back.


    European Championship: X-Pac © w/Triple H vs Test w/Chyna & Shane McMahon


    Before this championship match can even begin, Shane would crack a steel chair over the back of Triple H, as he was coming out with X-Pac. As Pac tried to help his buddy, he’d be steamrolled by Test and further attacked on the ramp, before dragged to the ring. Chyna would put the boots to Triple H as Shane answered with several more chair shots to keep him down. Test tried to put X-Pac away early with pumphandle slam, but the champ got his foot on the ropes. Test continued to punish the champ with a gutwrench falling powerbomb for a two count. Pac wouldn’t go down without a fight and his heart and scrappiness was enough to push Test back some. A series of punches followed by a roundhouse kick got the big man off his feet. Pac would continue with a running leg drop for the count of two. Pac tried to hit a moonsault off the top rope but was caught with in midair and transitioned into a bearhug by Test. Pac would struggle before Test whipped him to the ropes and tried to connect with with a standing big boot. Pac has the wherewithal to duck, as he followed up with a spinning heel kick to Test. Test would stumble to the ropes where a recovered Triple H would connect with a hard right to the face, turning him back towards Pac who connected with the 1-2-4 Kick. The ref would make the count, but Shane would pull the ref out of the ring before the three count. The ref was out on the outside. Shane had Triple H chase him up the ramp.. Meanwhile, Chyna snuck in behind Pac and dropped him with the Pedigree. The ref would recover to find Test pinning Pac for the three count.


    After the match, Shane was giddy as he let Triple H know he played him. Triple H stopped his pursuit of Shane, after seeing his buddy down in the ring and went to check on him. Chyna stood on the outside of the ring, smirking at Triple H, who followed her with his eyes, as she made her way to the ramp with the new European Champion. Test was all smiles as Shane and Chyna raised his arms on the stage. Triple H and Pac just looked on. We go to commercial.


    Back from break, we see Mr. McMahon again with what looks to be a rolled up paper in his hand. He says if anyone is sensitive about seeing someone get the holy hell beat out of them by their own brother, leave now. He’s holding the envelope that Undertaker gave him last week and shouts about how no one goes after Vince outside the WWF.


    No-Disqualification: Kane vs Undertaker


    Vince sits in on commentary and refuses to talk about what’s in the envelope. Kane jumps Undertaker to start and sends his brother to the outside with a lariat. Kane sends Taker shoulder first into the steel steps. Kane picks up the steps and tries to drop them on Taker’s head, but Taker just gets out of the way. Taker pulls Kane down with a leg scissors takedown. Taker gets up and pounds Kane’s head on the commentary table, before sending him into the ring. Taker hits Old School and gets a two count. Taker puts a chokehold on his brother, but Kane powers out of it and drops Taker with a cradle slam. Kane sends Taker to the corner and connects with a corner clothesline, followed by a scoop powerslam. Kane retrieves a chair and puts Taker’s leg in it. Kane stomps away on the chair before heading to the top turnbuckle. Kane comes flying down, but Taker rolls out of the way, causing Kane to hit the ring knee first. Taker staggers to his feet and cracks Kane over the head with the steel chair, but Kane just staggers. Taker cracks Kane over the head with another chair shot and he falls back into the ropes. Taker then hits the leaping clothesline on Kane, taking them both back to the outside. Paul Bearer shows up ringside with a box for Mr. McMahon. Mr. McMahon yells about The Ministry not being allowed ringside, but Bearer delivers the box to him. Taker hits Snake Eyes with Kane going face first on the barricade, before following up with a big boot, sending Kane into the crowd. Mr. McMahon still won’t open the box. Taker retrieves Kane and sends him back into the ring, as his head hangs off the apron. Taker climbs the apron and drops a leg drop on his brother’s throat. Mr. McMahon finally opens the box and finds a teddy bear.


    Mr. McMahon gets up from the able and looks up at Undertaker, while walking at Paul. He asks Paul what he’s doing with the bear, as Taker lifts his brother by the throat. Taker goes for the chokeslam, but so does Kane. Taker would win the battle of strength and send his brother crashing into the mat with a chokeslam. Taker isn’t finished yet and grabs the steel chair and beat Kane senseless with it, before Kane slowly rolled out of the ring in a thud. Vince stares at the bear looking like a broken man. Taker turns his attention to Mr. McMahon and goes to retrieve the bear before putting a little noose around its neck and dangling it in the air. Vince is brought to his knees.


    Taker and Bearer retreat as the match ends in a double-count out.


    Stone Cold Steve Austin w/Mankind vs Big Show w/Rock


    Things start off with Show shoving Austin to the mat a couple of times and laughing about it. Show though three times was a charm, but Austin took him out at the knee and lay into him with some hard right hands. Austin would then hit a pointed elbow drop from the second rope for barely two. Show would get to his feet and answer with a sidewalk slam, followed by an elbow drop for a two count. Austin would hit several knife-edged chops on Show, backing him into a corner before kicking him inside the knees, taking him down. Austin would then hit the Mudhole Stomp on Show, giving him two middle fingers to boot. Rock would yell at Show to get his head in the game. Austin dragged Show to the center of the ring for a two count. Austin ran one half the ropes and got tripped up by Rock, causing him to crash to the mat. Mankind went after Rock and the two started jaw jacking each other. Meanwhile, Show took control over Austin, sending him to the corner for a corner slingshot splash followed an abdominal stretch in the middle of the ring.

    With Mankind’s verbal support, Austin would get back to his feet and fight out of the hold, only to receive a headbutt from Show, dropping him back to the mat. Show covered for just a two count. Show would stay on Austin, whipping him outside the ring, where Rock would lay some boots into him, before Mankind came rushing in, taking Rock to the mat. Show would retrieve Austin and roll him back into the ring. But before entering himself, he’s grab Mankind and throw him into the steel steps, laughing about it. Show would enter the ring and grab Austin for a chokeslam, but Austin would counter with a kick to Show’s gut about to finish him off with a Stunner and he stopped in his tracks remembering the move was banned. Austin would connect with several slow, hard rights before putting the giant in a sleeper hold. Austin would wear Show down to one knee before Rock got on the apron causing a stir. The ref would go see about Rock, as Austin brought Show to both knees before toppling him fully over with a DDT.

    Austin had Show pinned, but Rock was hanging on to the refs shirt. Austin got up and swung at Rock, who dodged and dropped down on the apron. Rock would bark at Austin, as Austin told him to bring his ass in the ring for whipping. Meanwhile, Show had gotten back to his feet and was in prime position to lock onto Austin for a chokeslam, when Mankind spun him around and stuck Mr. Socko down his throat. The ref was still focused on Austin and Rock, as Show choked on the most vile piece of clothing on the planet. Mankind would capitalize with a double underhook DDT. Austin would turn to see Mankind just rolling out of the ring, before covering Show. Rock didn’t try to intervene and just shook his head at Show.

    After the match, Mankind joined Austin for some beers. As Austin and Mankind toasted and shared a beer in the center of the ring, Mankind would catch Austin off guard with a Stone Cold Stunner. Causing Austin to spit his beer out, as he went flying back onto the mat. Mankind went up the ramp and told Austin to “Have a nice day” as Austin gathered himself on his belly, enraged at Mrs. Foley’s Baby Boy. Raw goes off the air.
     
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    THE ROSTER


    Monday Night Raw


    WWE Championship
    Mankind
    January 26, 1999 -


    Intercontinental Championship
    Val Venis
    February 14, 1999 -


    European Championship
    Test
    February 22, 1999 -
    X-Pac
    October 18, 1998 - February 22, 1999


    Hardcore Championship
    Hardcore Holly
    February 14, 1999 -


    Light Heavyweight Championship

    Gillberg
    November 17, 1998 -


    World Tag Team Championship
    Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart
    January 25, 1999-


    Women's Championship
    Sable
    November 15, 1998 -



    8-Ball
    Al Snow w/Head
    Animal
    Apolo Dantes
    Bart Gunn
    Big Bossman
    Big Show
    Billy Gunn
    Bluedust
    Bob Holly
    Bradshaw
    Brian Christopher
    Christian
    Chyna
    D-Lo Brown
    Debra
    Droz
    Edge
    Essa Rios
    Faarooq
    Funaki
    Gangrel
    Gerald Brisco
    Gillberg
    Godfather
    Goldust
    Golga
    Grandmaster Sexay
    Hawk
    Ivory
    Jacqueline
    Jeff Hardy
    Jeff Jarrett
    Kane
    Ken Shamrock
    Kurrgan
    Luna
    Mankind
    Mark Henry
    Matt Hardy
    Meat
    Mideon
    Mosh
    Owen Hart
    Pat Patterson
    Road Dogg
    Rock
    Ryan Shamrock
    Sable
    Scott Taylor
    Shane McMahon
    Skull
    Steve Austin
    Steve Blackman
    Steve Williams
    Taka Michinoku
    Terri Runnels
    Test
    Thrasher
    Tiger Ali Singh
    Tori
    Triple H
    Undertaker w/Paul Bearer
    Val Venis
    Viscera
    X-Pac



     
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    Sunday Night Heat
    Date: February 28, 1999
    Location: Dayton, Ohio
    Commentators: Kevin Kelly, Terry Taylor

    Dark match: The Hardy Boyz def. Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart
    Ivory def. Jacqueline w/Terri Runnels
    The Legion of Doom (Hawk & Animal) def. The Disciples of Apocalypse (8-Ball & Skull)
    Gillberg def. Essa Rios
    Chyna w/Shane McMahon vs. Triple H w/X-Pac ended in a No Contest



    4 weeks till WrestleMania XV...



    Monday Night Raw
    Date: March 1, 1999
    Location: Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio
    Attendance: 16,566
    Commentators: Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler

    We open with a recap of Bearer giving Vince the teddy last week and Undertaker tying a noose around its neck.


    Here’s the entire Corporation to get things going. Mr. McMahon talks about the end of the show last week and the one moment where he lost control. The fans aren’t pleased with seeing Mr. McMahon tonight. He talks about how much he loves his family and how the fans don’t get that because they’re amoebas. He says that kind of embarrassment will never happen to him again, ever. He says tonight, Undertaker gets a surprise as well which we’ll find out later. And as for Kane, he says since he broke a promise to him by losing, he’s fired.

    The people from the sanitarium come out to get Kane, but Chyna goes to the floor with Kane and beats up all the guys in white coats. Apparently this a thank you to Kane for saving her last night on Sunday Night Heat. Chyna says Kane can be an asset to Vince because she can control him. Mr. McMahon says he’ll see about that tonight when Kane takes on Big Show in a high stakes match. Mr. McMahon tells Big Show that he’s been a big disappointment since debuting in the WWF and he’s starting to get fed up. He says however, if he can prove to beat Mankind tonight, he’ll be inserted in the WWF Championship Match at WrestleMania. He says Kane will be taking on Rock, if Rock wins, he’ll be inserted in the WWF Championship Match at WrestleMania. If Kane loses, he and Chyna are both fired. Rock and Kane stare each other down. Big Show looks determined towards Vince.



    Ryan Shamrock is seen adjusting her short dress while leaving a locker room.


    Mankind is in the boiler room when he finds out he’ll be facing Big Show tonight. He goes on about his war with a giant continuing. And how he can relate to Big Show, also being a spectacle to the normal people himself. He says perhaps he and Big Show can come to mutually respect each other one day. We go to commercial.


    Intercontinental Championship: Val Venis © vs. Goldust vs Billy Gunn w/Ryan Shamrock - Triple Threat Match


    Tempers flared and words were thrown around between the champ and Gunn and Ryan. Goldust was in the middle of things and decided he stood by enough before going after the champ. He took the champ to the corner and laid into him with some punches before Gunn attacked him from behind. Gunn connected with a hip toss, neckbreaker combo for the count of two. Venis would drop Gunn with a Russian leg sweep before hopping on him for some mounted punched. The champ would hit a spin-out powerbomb on Gunn for two. He’d then hit the spinning spinebuster on Goldust for two. Ryan would then become a distraction causing Venis to yell at her and tell her to kick rocks. Gunn would come flying in with a clothesline, but the champ sensed it and moved, causing Gunn to send Ryan flying off the apron and crashing to the floor. Gunn looked worried for Ryan, as Venis connected with the Big Package. Goldust would come behind the champ and hit Director’s Cut for a two count. Goldust then covered Gunn, who got his foot on the ropes at about two. Shamrock then came down to see about Ryan, before looking in the ring angrily. Shamrock would pull Gunn from the ring and go on attack. Meanwhile, Goldust would take it to the champ. He’d send him to the corner for Shattered Dreams. The champ would have the wherewithal to roll out of the ring, grabbing his nuts. Goldust went to pursue, but got distracted by Ryan still laying on the floor. Goldust went to check on her when Venis came and nailed in the head with his championship. Venis rolled Goldust in the ring and pinned him for three.

    Post match, the champ leaves happily with his Intercontinental Championship, while Gunn goes to finally help Ryan. Ryan slaps Gunn, before Shamrocks sends him crashing into steel steps. Ryan then allows her brother to help her to the back.


    Jim Ross is back from his bout with Bell’s Palsy. JR comes out to a nice ovation to interview Bart Gunn. JR asks him about his Hardcore title match tonight against Hardcore Holly before talking about his Brawl for All at WrestleMania. JR complains about Bart not looking straight at him. JR goes into a rant about being told he couldn’t be on TV because his face as messed up. Bart wants to know what this has to do with him and JR rants more about how Bart Gunn knocked out Steve Williams. JR talks about him Steve being good friends and that it was an embarrassment to him. JR shoves Bart and demands respect before slapping Gunn in the face. Gunn shoves JR into the corner until Williams shows up to destroy Bart.


    Williams and JR would leave the ring, when the Hardcore Champion would come out. It was announced that the Hardcore Championship Open Challenge was starting now.


    Hardcore Championship: Hardcore Holly © vs Bart Gunn

    The former New Midnight Express team would battle for the Hardcore Championship here. Except it wasn’t much of a contest as Bart never recovered from the ass whooping he got from Dr. Death. Hardcore would stomp Bart out before wrapping it up with the Alabama Slam for pinfall victory.

    After the match, Hardocre went back on the assault of Bart, but Al Snow would come racing out for the save, sending the champ flying over the top ropes. Hardcore was irate but decided not to pick a battle with Snow, who was also fuming with anger, as he had Head poised for a fight. Hardcore retrieved his title and backed up the ramp, eyeing down Snow. We go to commercial.


    Jeff Jarrett w/Owen Hart & Debra vs. Brian Christopher w/Scott Taylor

    Jarrett and Owen jump Brian to start and then Scott gets involved, before Brian and Scott clear the ring. A dropkick from the top rope takes Jarrett down for a one count. Brian continues to work half of the tag champs over until missing on a superkick. Jarrett takes Brian down with a lariat. A scoop powerslam gets two for Jarrett. Jarrett sends Brian to the corner, where Owen assaults him, while Debra distracted the ref. Scott cried out for the ref to pay attention to what was happening to his partner. A couple of uppercuts had Brian dazed before a drop kick took him down. Jarrett went for a diving crossbody and missed. Brian went for a quick roll-up for just two. Debra tried to cause another distraction when Scott went and grabbed her and pulled her down off the apron. The ref was focused on the commotion while Owen nailed Brian with a spinning wheel kick. Jarrett would pick up the scraps by hitting The Stroke for the pinfall.


    Backstage, Road Dogg meets up with a flustered Billy Gunn. Dogg teases Gunn about women problems and tells him not to be all upset about a dime a dozen woman like Ryan Shamrock. He says what they should be focusing are the World Tag Team Championships and the team that has them. Dogg says the Jarrett and Owen are walking around like they’re the best tag team in the WWF and they both know that ain’t the case. He says how about they show those posers just who the baddest of the bad are. Gunn comes around and is all for it. Gunn tells Dogg let’s take the tag titles off those two bums and have some fun doing it. Dogg says they’re definitely gonna have some fun. Dogg and Gunn dap up and hug.


    Back in the ring, here’s Women’s Champion Sable. She talks about how the fans aren’t taken aback by her recent actions, but rather just in awe. She brags about being on Regis and Kathy Lee before stopping to talk about her obsessed fan Tori. This time Tori gets to come in the ring and introduce herself. Tori talks about all the things she admires about Sable, but Sable calls her pathetic and says Tori needs to get a life. As Tori is about to cry, here’s Luna to speak very humbly. She says everyone can’t be as beautiful as Sable. She says everyone has to play the cards they’re dealt, but they don’t use people like Sable does. She says the only reason Sable is Women’s Champion is because of her looks. Sable says she only cares about the men and Luna needs to reshuffle the deck if she doesn’t like her cards. As the champ is about to leave she lays out Luna and Tori with the belt. We go to break.



    Stone Cold Steve Austin vs Big Boss Man

    Before the match began, Mr. McMahon, who was at commentary, casually announced it would be Undertaker vs Big Boss Man in a Hell In A Cell match at WrestleMania. Mr. McMahon still won’t answer what the bear means. Austin wondered why Boss Man had such a slick smile on his face, but before he could slap it off of him, The Corporation rushed the ring to jump him. Shane, Test, Shamrock, Brisco, Patterson and Show all got their hands and boots on Austin. This mauling went on for minutes, with Boss Man choking Austin out on the mat with his nightstick. Soon after, Undertaker and The Ministry would hit the ring and clear it of The Corporation. Taker would get his hands on Big Boss Man, but he’d slither away and quickly join his Corporation buddies. The Ministry wasn’t out here to save Austin, as they paid him little to any mind. Taker’s business was clearly Big Boss Man and Mr. McMahon. Taker would turn his attention to Mr. McMahon who was pale in the face. Mr. McMahon would try to join his Corporation but was cut-off. Before Taker could get his hands on Mr. McMahon, Big Boss Man would club him in the back on the head with his nightstick. Meanwhile, The Corporation had attacked The Ministry from behind. Big Boss Man would help Mr. McMahon escape. Taker gave The Corporation the cutthroat, eyes rolled back gesture, while Austin also looked on at them, as he held himself up on the bottom rope.


    Backstage, Chyna gives Kane a pep talk.


    Droz vs Steve Blackman - Kendo Stick match

    They hit each other a few times and head to the floor before hitting each other again. Droz is knocked down after several intense shots to the head. Blackman wins in maybe forty seconds.


    Backstage, Austin is yelling and spitting about getting Big Boss Man. He tries to get to Big Boss Man and Mr.McMahon, but The Corporation is blocking him. He tries to go through the line, but security pulls him back and apprehends him. He yells that he wants Big Boss Man in the ring next week and he doesn’t care how many Corporation flunkies he has to go through to get him. Mr. McMahon laughs and tells Austin to be careful what he wishes for. He has security take Austin away.


    Kane w/Chyna vs Rock - If Rock wins, he gets a WWF title shot at WM; if Kane loses he and Chyna are fired

    This one began on all cylinders with The Brahma Bull and Big Red Machine bringing out the stops early with the stakes being high. Kane caught Rock coming off the ropes for a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, for a count of two. Rock landed like a cat after a Kane military drop attempt and spun him around into some fast hands. He’d drop Kane with a flowing snap DDT before getting back to his feet with a kip-up. Rock would stalk Kane to put the monster down for the count. Chyna would yell for Kane to come to his senses. Rock would get Kane in position for the Rock Bottom, but the monster would elbow his way out. He’d lift Rock for a chokeslam, but Rock would give Kane a kick to the gut before sending him to the ropes. Rock would run the opposite direction and meet Kane in the middle where he just dodges a short-arm clothesline. Rock would come off the ropes again and drop Kane with a spinebuster. It was People’s Elbow time now and after once again running the ropes, he’d hook the monster’s leg for the three count.

    After the match, Chyna looked upset for Kane, as the monster recovered in the ring. She checked on him, as Rock gave a final glance back at Kane before heading up the ramp, looking triumphant. After Rock disappeared to the back, Mr. McMahon would appear on the stage. He says he’s very disappointed in Kane and Chyna for being unable to keep their word and impress him. He says he’s tired of seeing their sorry asses and gives them loud “You’rrrre fiiiirrrrred.” chant. We go to commercial.


    Mankind © vs Big Show - If Show wins, he gets a WWF title shot at WM

    Show sees red and is after the champ before the bell can fully ring. Show lays into Mankind in the corner with open-handed chop before tossing the nearly three hundred pound man around with relative ease. Show puts on the abdominal stretch, bearhug and drops an elbow into the heart of the champ. Mankind is looking worse for wear and can’t get it together. Show would put his four hundred plus pound body weight on Mankind’s sternum, before the champ would roll out of the ring to catch his breath. Show would take some time to follow-up and this was the opening Mankind needed. Mankind would dig deep and start taking the fight back to the giant on the outside. Using Show’s body to beat up the outside equipment, softening the seven footer up. After making Show taste enough steel, Mankind would roll the giant back into the ring. Mankind was ready to put it away as he pulled out Mr. Socko. But before he could stuck the disgusting garment in Show’s mouth, Show who had been accustomed to get a mouth full of Socko lately, scouted it out and prevented it. Instead, Show would drop the champ with Final Cut. Show would pin Mankind, but the ref’s count would stop at two. Show looked back to see what happened, only to find the Rock had yanked the ref from the ring. Rock fussed on about not wanting Show in his match. Show got up irate and went to the outside to confront Rock. Rock got the jump on the giant and start laying hands on him. Show would power through though and send Rock flying over the barricade. Show would re-enter the ring to get a mouth full of Socko. Show would be brought down to a knee, but would find his resolve and get back to his feet and deliver a Chokeslam to the champ for a three count.

    After the match, Show was all smiles as he seemed to be over his slump, while the champion was laid out and Rock was draped over the barricade recovering. Show backed up the ramp yelling that he was going to WrestleMania. Raw ends.




    WrestleMania XV Card

    Mankind © vs Steve Austin vs Rock vs The Big Show - WWF Championship - Fatal 4 Way
     
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