BASH AT THE BEACH

Bash at the Beach 94 - Orlando, FL - Arena - July 17, 1994 (14,000; 9,111 paid)
Brad & Brian Armstrong defeated Bobby Eaton & Steve Keirn
Pay-per-view bouts:
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal pinned Johnny B. Badd (sub. for Sting, recovering from a worked eye injury) at 10:40
Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated the Guardian Angel via disqualification at 7:58 when the referee stopped the match after he saw the Angel with a nightstick, moments after Angel stole it away from Race
Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Col. Rob Parker) defeated Dustin Rhodes & Arn Anderson at 11:15 when Funk pinned Rhodes when, after Rhodes tagged out to Anderson, Anderson dropped his partner with the DDT and put Funk on top for the win; after the bout, Funk, Buck, and Anderson triple teamed Rhodes
Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan (w/ Dave Sullivan) to win the titles
WCW US Champion Steve Austin pinned Ricky Steamboat with his feet on the ropes at 20:10 after the momentum of a crossbody from the challenger put Austin on top (Stone Cold Steve Austin: What?)
Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan (w/ Dave Sullivan) to win the titles at 20:11 when Orndorff pinned Cactus as Roma held Cactus' foot down from outside the ring
Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned WCW World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Sensuous Sherri) to win the title at 21:54 with the legdrop, moments after Mr. T sent an interfering Sherri backstage; after the bout, Hogan celebrated in the ring with Mr. T and Shaquille O'Neal (Hogan's WCW in-ring debut) (Hulk Still Rules, Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology, The Rise and Fall of WCW)

Bash at the Beach 95 - Huntington Beach, CA - Beachfront - July 16, 1995 (9,500; announced at 100,000)
WCW Main Event - shown live - featured Eric Bischoff & Dusty Rhodes on commentary:
Johnny B. Badd pinned Chris Kanyon at 2:03
Road Warrior Hawk pinned Mark Starr at 1:25
Dick Slater & Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Col. Rob Parker) defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Alex Wright at 3:27 when Buck pinned Bagwell following a back suplex; after the bout, Vader came out, hit the powerbomb on Wright, and then on Bagwell; Todd Champion attempted to make the save but he two sustained the powerbomb; two other enhancement wrestlers then came out with Vader easily fighting them off and dropping them with the powerbomb as well
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included a Meng vignette promoting his US title match with Sting later in the show; featured Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with WCW US Champion Sting regarding his defense against Meng later in the show in which he said his own parents were sitting ringside for the show; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with WCW TV Champion the Renegade & Jimmy Hart regarding Renegade's title defense against Paul Orndorff later in the show; featured the vignette from weeks earlier of Kevin Sullivan and the Master in which Kamala joined the Dungeon of Doom; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Jim Duggan regarding his match later in the show against Kamala; featured an ad for the following month's Collision in Korea pay-per-view event, taped in April; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Randy Savage regarding his 'lifeguard' match later in the night against Ric Flair; featured a vignette to promote the Dave Sullivan / Diamond Dallas Page match later in the show; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with the Nasty Boys regarding their match against WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat and Lord Steven Regal & Bobby Eaton later in the show; featured a vignette promoting the Nasty Boys / Heat / Regal & Eaton match later in the show; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interiew with Sister Sherri & WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat regarding their title defense later in the show; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Flair regarding his match later in the night against Savage, during which Flair mentioned Savage's former wife Elizabeth; included a vignette of Vader's "Roadkill Tour" in Memphis, TN, Evansville, IN, and Wichita, KS leading up to his steel cage match against WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan; during the vignette, Vader referred to himself as "Big Van Vader;" featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Vader; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Hogan, Hart, and Dennis Rodman regarding Hogan's title defense later in the night against Vader:
WCW US Champion Sting pinned Meng (w/ Col. Rob Parker) at 15:28 with a roll up after avoiding a kick to the face; after the bout, Meng kicked Sting to the floor, with Road Warrior Hawk then appearing to help Sting to his feet
WCW TV Champion the Renegade (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Paul Orndorff at 6:12 with a back suplex when referee Nick Patrick didn't notice Orndorff's shoulder was up during the count; during the bout, there were audible chants of "Wonderful" and "Wannabe;" after the match, Orndorff attacked the champion and hit the piledriver but the Renegade no sold the move and hit a crossbody off the top to clear Orndorff from the ring
Kamala (w/ Kevin Sullivan) pinned Jim Duggan at 6:06 after Zodiak appeared and hit Duggan from behind with Kamala's mask as Duggan grabbed for Sullivan on the ring apron
Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Maxx Muscle & the Diamond Doll) pinned Dave Sullivan at 4:23 with the Diamond Cutter after Maxx disctracted Dave as he attempted the inverted bearhug; prior to the bout, a young fan gave the Diamond Doll several roses, which Page stole away
WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat (w/ Sister Sherri) defeated the Nasty Boys and Lord Steven Regal & Bobby Eaton at 13:08 when, after Jerry Saggs sat on Booker T to make the cover, referee Nick Patrick awarded the match to the champions since Booker was laid on top of Regal during the pinfall; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview near the entrance stage with Heat & Sherri regarding their win and the upcoming challenge against Bunkhouse Buck & Dick Slater
Randy Savage pinned Ric Flair in a lumberjack match at 13:56 with the flying elbowsmash; lumberjacks for the match included: Diamond Dallas Page, WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat, Arn Anderson, Johnny B. Badd, Dick Slater, Bunkhouse Buck, Chris Kanyon, Jim Duggan, the Nasty Boys, and Mark Starr; prior to the bout, several women wearing 'Baywatch' swimsuits came ringside as the match was filmed for an episode of the show; Angelo Poffo was shown on camera during Savage's entrance; after the match, Savage went back up top to hit the move a second time but Flair was pulled out to the floor (Macho Madness: The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection)
WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart & Dennis Rodman) defeated Vader in a steel cage match at 13:23 by escaping over the top after knocking Vader off the top rope; during the bout, Hogan briefly put on Vader's helmet; Kevin Sullivan and the Zodiak attempted to interfere at the 11:30 mark but were held back by Rodman wielding a steel chair; after the match, an enraged Ric Flair ran out and berated Vader for losing, with Vader eventually cornering Flair prompting Arn Anderson to come out as well; Vader eventually scared both men from the cage as the show came to a close and then issued a challenge to face both men in the ring (Hulk Hogan: The Unreleased Archives)

Bash at the Beach 96 - Daytona Beach, FL - Ocean Center - July 7, 1996 (8,300; 6,400 paid)
Jim Powers pinned Hugh Morrus
The Main Event - featured Tony Schiavone on guest commentary, subbing for a missing Eric Bischoff, alongside Dusty Rhodes:
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat (w/ Col. Rob Parker) via disqualification at 5:01 when Sister Sherri interfered
Bobby Walker pinned Billy Kidman at 2:00
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Scott Norton & Ice Train at 2:08 when Morton pinned Norton
Eddie Guerrero pinned Lord Steven Regal at 3:39 with a roll up after Regal thought he had won the match
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Dusty Rhodes on commentary; included Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with WCW US Champion Konnan regarding his title defense later in the night against Ric Flair; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Sting, Randy Savage, & WCW TV Champion Lex Luger regarding their match later in the night against Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, & their mystery partner; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with WCW World Champion the Giant & Kevin Sullivan, along with Jimmy Hart, regarding their upcoming match against Arn Anderson & Chris Benoit; featured Lee Marshal conducting an interview in the aisle with Anderson & Benoit regarding Hall & Nash and their upcoming match; included Okerlund backstage surrounded by security outside the Outsiders' dressing room; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Ric Flair, Woman, & Elizabeth regarding Flair's upcoming US title match against Konnan, during which Flair said he would have both the US and WCW World titles by the end of the following night's Monday Nitro; included a backstage segment with Okerlund outside the Outsiders' dressing room, with Okerlund saying he's heard both men on the other side of the door and the sound of a third man who sounded familiar; featured a video package highlighting the Outsiders' appearances since Memorial Day:
Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Psychosis at 15:18 by reversing a Splash Mountain off the top into a hurricanrana; Mike Tenay provided guest commentary for the match (Rey Mysterio: 619)
John Tenta pinned Big Bubba (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 9:01 in a silver dollars on a pole match after stealing the silver dollars from Hart and hitting Bubba with it
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Jim Duggan at 5:39 in a taped fist match at 5:40 with the Diamond Cutter after causing Duggan to crotch himself on the middle rope; Page's Lord of the Ring was on the line in the match; after the contest, Duggan used a taped fist to knock Page out
The Nasty Boys defeated Public Enemy in a double dog collar match at 11:26 when Jerry Saggs pinned Rocco Rock after using the chain as a clothesline and then hitting Rock with the chain; after the contest, the two teams continued to fight with Rock putting Saggs through a table at ringside and following with an elbow drop from the apron to the floor
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Dean Malenko defeated Disco Inferno via submission with the Texas Cloverleaf at 12:03 following a double underhook into a powerbomb
Steve McMichael (w/ Debra McMichael) pinned Joe Gomez at 6:45 with one hand after hitting the tombstone
Ric Flair (w/ Woman & Elizabeth) pinned WCW US Champion Konnan to win the title at 15:34 with his feet on the ropes for leverage after Woman hit the champion with her high heel shoe as Elizabeth distracted referee Nick Patrick from the apron
WCW World Champion the Giant & Kevin Sullivan (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Arn Anderson & Chris Benoit at 8:01 when Giant pinned Anderson with the chokeslam; stipulations stated the Horsemen would receive a world title shot the following night on Monday Nitro if they won; early in the bout, Steve McMichael attacked the Giant from behind with the Halliburton until Giant chased him backstage; late in the match, Benoit and Sullivan battled their way to the commentary position; after the contest, Benoit and Sullivan continued to fight until Woman came out to try to get Benoit to stop; moments later, the Giant and Hart returned to the ring, with Benoit, Anderson, and Woman then leaving ringside; the Giant then carried Sullivan backstage
Sting, WCW TV Champion Lex Luger, & Randy Savage fought Kevin Nash & Scott Hall to a no contest at around the 17-minute mark when Hulk Hogan appeared, scared Hall & Nash from the ring, and then hit the legdrop on Savage three times, signaling his allignment with them; Luger was taken backstage on a stretcher at the 3-minute mark after his neck was laid across the top turnbuckle and he accidentally sustained a Stinger Splash; prior to the match, Gene Okerlund came out and interviewed Hall & Nash about their mystery third partner, with both men only saying that the third man was in the building; after the bout, a fan attempted to get in the ring but was kicked out by Hall & Nash, with security then attending to the man; moments later, Gene Okerlund conducted an in-ring interview with Hogan, alongside Hall & Nash, during which fans littered the ring with trash; during the segment, Hogan coined the name New World Order to describe the trio of he, Hall, and Nash and said the trash thrown in the ring represents the fans that disrespected him (nWo: Back in Black, WCW Fan Favorites)

Bash at the Beach 97 - Daytona Beach, FL - Ocean Center - July 13, 1997 (7,851)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Dusty Rhodes on commentary; included a segment in which Gene Okerlund confronted Raven, who was sitting ringside with Stevie Richards, and asked him as to whether he would be Diamond Dallas Page's tag team partner later in the show; Raven then gave a cryptic answer with Richards then alluding to an announcement the following night, with Raven then smacking Richards in the face and Okerlund leaving; featured a black and white backstage promo by WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan & Dennis Rodman regarding their upcoming match with Lex Luger & the Giant:
Mortis & Wrath (w/ James Vandenburg) defeated Glacier & Ernest Miller at 9:47 when Mortis pinned Glacier with the Cryonic Kick, with a steel chain wrapped around his boot, moments after Glacier knocked Vandenburg off the apron with the same move; Mike Tenay provided guest commentary for the match
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho pinned the Ultimo Dragon at 12:55 with a reversal of a hurricanrana into a roll up; Mike Tenay provided guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Jericho and Dragon shook hands and hugged (Wrestling's Highest Flyers)
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Great Muta & Masahiro Chono at 11:37 when Rick pinned Muta after Muta sustained Scott's Frankensteiner and the DDT off the top rope double team; stipulations stated the Steiners would earn a shot at the WCW Tag Team Titles if they won
Juventud Guerrera, Hector Garza, & Lizmark Jr. defeated Villano IV, La Parka, & Psychosis (w/ Sonny Onoo) at 10:08 when Garza pinned an interfering Villano V with a springboard dropkick and standing moonsault; Villano V ran to the ring late in the contest and switched places with Villano IV; Mike Tenay provided guest commentary for the match (Wrestling's Highest Flyers)
Chris Benoit pinned Kevin Sullivan (w/ Jacqueline & Jimmy Hart) in a No DQ career match at 13:11 with the headbutt off the top when, after a verbal argument began between Sullivan and Jacqueline, Jacqueline smashed a wooden chair over Sullivan's head; during the bout, the fight briefly went to the ringside section beside Raven & Stevie Richards; stipulations stated the winner would retire from WCW; after the contest, Hart yelled at Sullivan that he let everyone down, with Sullivan shoving Hart down to the mat (Sullivan's last appearance for 2 years)
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett pinned Steve McMichael (w/ Debra McMichael) at 6:56 after Debra handed the champion the steel briefcase and Jarrett hit McMichael in the elbow and head with it behind the referee's back; after the match, Jarrett and Debra hugged on the floor and left ringside together
Randy Savage (w/ Elizabeth) & WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall defeated Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Kimberly) & Curt Hennig (mystery partner) at 9:35 when Savage pinned Page with one foot on his chest following the Outsider's Edge and Savage's flying elbowsmash; Page's ribs were heavily taped for the match; during the final moments of the bout, Hennig clubbed Page in the back of the head on the floor after Page accidentally held down the top rope, causing Hennig to hurt his back as he ran the ropes; Hennig then left ringside and watched the remainder of the match from the aisle (Hennig's in-ring debut)
Roddy Piper defeated Ric Flair via submission with the sleeper at 13:26; late in the bout, Steve McMichael & Chris Benoit came out, with Benoit accidentally hitting the headbutt off the top onto Flair and McMichael following by dropping Piper with the tombstone behind the referee's back; moments later, referee Mark Curtis ejected the two from ringside
Lex Luger & the Giant defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan & Dennis Rodman (w/ Randy Savage) at 22:19 when referee Nick Patrick ran out, moments after referee Randy Anderson, and called for the bell as Hogan submitted to Luger's Torture Rack; during the bout, Rodman's agent was shown in the crowd; late in the contest, a large man in a Sting outfit climbed in the ring and hit the Giant in the back with a baseball bat as the Giant attempted to drop Rodman with the chokeslam; the commentary team referred to the man as Sting, despite him being tall enough to step over the top rope; after the match, Luger put both Rodman and Savage in the Torture Rack before they left ringside with Hogan (Rodman's in-ring debut)

Bash at the Beach 98 - San Diego, CA - Cox Arena - July 12, 1998 (10,095; 9,031 paid; sell out)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; included Gene Okerlund conducting an interview at the entranceway with Eddie Guerrero regarding his hair vs. hair match later in the show against Chavo Guerrero Jr.; featured footage of Konnan speaking backstage at the WCWwrestling.com table with Lee Marshall; included backstage footage of Curt Hennig speaking at the WCWWrestling.com table with Marshall regarding his upcoming WCW World Title match with Bill Goldberg; featured a video package highlighting Goldberg's wins the previous Monday over Scott Hall and Hulk Hogan; included a video package hyping the Diamond Dallas Page & Karl Malone vs. Hogan & Dennis Rodman main event:
Raven (w/ Lodi & Riggs) pinned Perry Saturn in a No DQ match at 10:42 with the DDT after Saturn hit the Death Valley Driver on an interfering Riggs; late in the bout, Kanyon appeared ringside and pulled Raven off a table, with Saturn then crashing through two tables after coming off the top; moments later, Kanyon helped Raven into the ring but then dropped him with the Flatliner onto a steel chair
Juventud Guerrera pinned Kidman (w/ Lodi) at 9:55 with the 450 splash after avoiding the Shooting Star Press
Stevie Ray defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. via submission at 1:35 when Chavo gave up during a handshake; early in the contest, Chavo dedicated the match to Eddie Guerrero, who came ringside moments earlier with a pair of scissors ; after the bout, Chavo said he was ready for his hair vs. hair match with Eddie (Cheating Death, Stealing Life: The Eddie Guerrero Story)
Eddie Guerrero pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. in a hair match at 11:55 with an inside cradle as Chavo was distracted by referee Charles Robinson attempting to take a pair of scissors away from him; after the contest, Chavo scared Eddie from the ring and shaved his own head (Cheating Death, Stealing Life: The Eddie Guerrero Story)
Konnan (w/ Kevin Nash & Lex Luger) defeated Disco Inferno (w/ Alex Wright) in an unadvertised match via KO with the Tequilla Sunrise at 2:16 when, as the referee was distracted by Luger putting an interfering Wright in the Torture Rack on the floor, Nash climbed in the ring and dropped Disco with the powerbomb
The Giant pinned Kevin Greene with the chokeslam at 6:59 after catching Greene as he ran towards the corner
Rey Mysterio Jr. (surprise opponent) pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho in a No DQ match to win the title at 8:02 by reversing an attempt at the Lion Tamer into a roll up, moments after Jericho became distracted by Dean Malenko at ringside; prior to the bout, a video package was shown highlighting Malenko and Jericho's interactions over the past week, during which Malenko attacked Jericho after JJ Dillon ordered there could be no physical altercations before their scheduled match; following Jericho's entrance, Jericho said he was going to do a song and dance routine instead of defending his title as originally scheduled; moments later, Dillon appeared and said Jericho's fans were disappointed he wouldn't be wrestling or defending his belt; Dillon then said he had a local guy who said he wanted a title shot; Jericho then said he would agree if it could still be a No DQ match; after the match, Malenko chased Jericho backstage, where Jericho briefly came face-to-face with Arn Anderson (Mysterio's surprise return after a 6-month absence) (Rey Mysterio: 619)
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Bret Hart via disqualification at 8:27 when the challenger hit Booker with a chair on the floor as Booker jumped to the floor; after the bout, Hart continued to assault the champion with the chair and repeatedly hit Booker's injured left leg; moments later, Hart applied the ringpost figure-4 on Booker until Stevie Ray walked out, with Hart then leaving ringside; the trainer then appeared, with Stevie Ray yelling at both the trainer and referee to go away; Booker was then helped backstage by Stevie and the trainer
WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg pinned Curt Hennig at 3:51 with the spear and Jackhammer after kicking out of the Hennig Plex; Goldberg's record: 112-0 (Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection)
Hulk Hogan & Dennis Rodman (w/ the Disciple) defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Karl Malone at 23:45 when Hogan pinned Page after the Disciple interfered and hit the Apocolypse on Page behind the referee's back; during the bout, Malone's wife was shown sitting at ringside; after the contest, Malone hit the Diamond Cutter on both the Disciple and referee Charles Robinson; after the bout, Scott Hall, Scott Steiner, Curt Hennig, and Vincent came out to celebrate with Hogan & Rodman (The Rise and Fall of WCW)

Bash at the Beach 99 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL - National Car Rental Center - July 11, 1999 (13,624; 11,397 paid)
CJ Afi & Jeremy Lopez defeated Jamie Howard (Noble) & Jet Jaguar
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included an opening segment in which DJ Ran warmed up the crowd; featured Mark Madden interviewing Mills Lane for WCW.com about his being guest referee for the Roddy Piper vs. Buff Bagwell boxing fight; included Mike Tenay at a junkyard about 15 miles from the arena to promote the hardcore invitational later in the night; featured the "Rap is Crap" music video by Curt Hennig, Bobby Duncum Jr, Barry & Kendall Windham:
Ernest Miller (w/ Sonny Onoo) pinned Disco Inferno at 8:07 after putting on one of his red shoes and kicking Disco as Onoo distracted the referee; the original stipulation for the match stated the loser wouldn't be able to dance again but it was announced prior to the match that had been dropped
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner pinned Van Hammer at 4:52 with the bulldog off the top
WCW US Champion David Flair (w/ Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Torrie Wilson, Aysa, & Charles Robinson) pinned Dean Malenko at 3:05 when Anderson attacked referee Johnny Boone, Malenko fought off Anderson and Asya, and Ric hit Malenko with the title belt, with Robinson taking over as referee and counting the pinfall; after the bout, Anderson stomped Malenko on the floor
Konnan, WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr., Swoll, & BA (Brad Armstrong) (w/ Big Chase & 4x4) defeated Curt Hennig, Bobby Duncum Jr., Barry & Kendall Windham in an elimination match at 15:00; Swoll pinned Duncum at 6:25 after a springboard legdrop by Mysterio; after the fall, Duncum attempted to get back in the ring but was attacked at ringside by Big Chase & 4x4; Hennig pinned BA with the Hennig Plex at 9:07; Konnan pinned Kendall at 10:51 with a cradle following a springboard dropkick from Mysterio; Konnan and Barry were both counted out at 13:05 during a brawl on the floor; Mysterio pinned Hennig with a splash from Swoll's shoulders
Fit Finlay won a non-sanctioned hardcore junkyard invitational at 13:52 by scaling a fence, which surrounded the junkyard, and landing on the other side; other participants included: La Parka, Brian Knobbs, Jerry Flynn, Public Enemy, Silver King, Horace Hogan, Steven Regal, Dave Taylor, Mikey Whipwreck, Hugh Morrus, Hak, and Ciclope; Jimmy Hart was also on hand to give his men support; the action was covered by cameramen in the junkyard as well as a helicopter that circled overhead (Public Enemy's surprise return)
WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page, Bam Bam Bigelow, & Kanyon defeated Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn in a handicap title match at 23:16 when Page pinned Saturn following an elevated Diamond Cutter, with an assist from Bigelow
Buff Bagwell (w/ Judy Bagwell) pinned Roddy Piper (w/ Ric Flair) in a boxing fight at the 36-second mark of the 3rd round with the Buff Blockbuster after Judy bit Piper's ear and Buff knocked Flair off the apron; boxing referee Mills Lane was the official for the contest (Legends of Wrestling: Heetseekers, Legends of Wrestling Collection)
Randy Savage (w/ Gorgeous George, Madusa, & Miss Madness) & Sid Vicious defeated WCW World Champion Kevin Nash & Sting at 13:20 when Savage pinned Nash with the flying elbowsmash after a low blow from George and slam from Vicious; stipulations stated that if Nash was pinned that whomever pinned him would win the title; early in the bout, George went from Savage & Sid's corner to Nash & Sting's but then turned on Nash during the final moments (Macho Madness: The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection)

Bash at the Beach 00 - Daytona Beach, FL - Ocean Center - July 9, 2000 (6,572)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured an opening video in which Ernest Miller was confronted outside the arean by the Jung Dragons, with the Dragons attacking Miller and him comically fighting them off; included Tony Schiavone, Mark Madden, & Scott Hudson on commentary; the first several minutes of the broadcast featured the Spanish commentary instead of the English commentary; featured a backstage segment with Miller and the Dragons, during which WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett interrupted and demanded to know where Hulk Hogan was; Jarrett had with him a fat opera singer; included an ad promoting New Blood Rising; featured Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Kevin Nash regarding his upcoming match against Bill Goldberg for possession of Scott Hall's contract; included a backstage segment with Miller in which the Dragons were shown hiding on either side of him; featured a backstage segment with Miller in his office, with Jarrett and his singer interrupting again and demanding to see Hogan; moments later, Miller was attacked by the Dragons; included Pamela Paulshock conducting a backstage interview with Mike Awesome regarding his upcoming match against WCW US Champion Scott Steiner; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Shane Douglas regarding his upcoming match with Buff Bagwell; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Jarrett regarding his upcoming title match with Hogan; featured an in-ring promo by Vampiro in which he bragged about getting rid of Sting and the Demon; moments later, a half dozen druids wearing Sting masks brought a casket to ringside; when it opened, someone appearing to be Sting came out, assaulted Vampiro, and stuffed him in the casket while Sting's theme music played; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Goldberg regarding his upcoming match with Nash; featured an in-ring promo by Vince Russo regarding the earlier match between Hogan and Jarrett and said he was tired of the "bullshit" regarding backstage politics and that he had a family and didn't have to come back to WCW but did for the likes of Booker T, MIA, the Filthy Animals, and Jarrett; Russo then said Hogan didn't give "a shit" about WCW and only came to get the belt back; Russo then said the fans would never see Hogan again and that the fans wouldn't be ripped off; Russo then said Hogan's belt was the Hulk Hogan Memorial belt and that it "didn't mean shit;" he continued by saying Jarrett would defend the title later in the night against Booker T, who he noted had busted his ass for 14 years without a break; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Booker regarding his upcoming WCW World Title match against Jarrett:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Juventud Guerrera with the tornado DDT at 12:09; prior to the bout, Guerrero was escorted to the ring by Gen. Rection, Major Gunns, Hammer, and Lash LeRoux while Guerrera was escorted to the ring by Konnan, Disco Inferno, Tygress, and WCW Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr.; the Filthy Animals returned ringside mid-way through the match, wearing masks to hide their identity, but were again sent backstage; late in the bout, the Misfits in Action came out of the crowd wearing masks as well; after the contest, Guerrero regained possession of the title belt, which Guerrera had stolen from him
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito defeated Norman Smiley & Ralphus (mystery opponents) in a handicap match at 5:55 by pinning Ralphus with a splash off the top through a table set up in the ring
Daffney defeated Miss Hancock (w/ David Flair) in an wedding gown match at 4:16 when Hancock posed and disrobed to her music to distract Daffney & Crowbar from shaving Flair's head; Crowbar appeared late in the match to counter Flair's interference; after the bout, several of the participants had wedding cake, positioned at ringside, shoved in their face before Flair & Hancock retreated backstage; following the segment, the commentary team had to spend several minutes talking about the night's main events as the ring crew cleaned up the mess around ringside
Kronik defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo to win the titles at 13:36 when Brian Adams pinned Stasiak following a powerbomb / clothesline off the top double team
Kanyon pinned Booker T at 10:06 with a Diamond Cutter off the top after Jeff Jarrett came out behind the referee's back and broke a guitar over Booker's head
Mike Awesome defeated WCW US Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah) via disqualification at 9:10 when Ernest Miller, who appeared ringside mid-way through the match, told the referee to stop the match and strip Steiner of the title when the champion applied the Steiner Recliner; after the bout, Steiner attacked Miller outside the ring and laid out Awesome in the ring
Vampiro defeated the Demon (w/ Asya) in a graveyard match at 7:30 after breaking a tombstone over Demon's head, locking him in a casket, and pushing the casket into an open grave; Vampiro then threw a torch into the grave and walked away; stipulations stated the winner would be the first man to return to the arena
Shane Douglas defeated Buff Bagwell at 7:54 with the Franchiser after Bagwell shoved an interfering Torrie Wilson off the apron; Torrie appeared ringside mid-way through the bout and appeared to side with Bagwell before turning on him late in the match (the debut of the Franchiser move)
Hulk Hogan pinned WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Vince Russo) to win the title at the 19-second mark; prior to the bout, Jarrett's music played for over a minute until Vince Russo appeared, with Jarrett coming out moments later; following the ring introductions, Jarrett stood at the entranceway as Hogan cut a promo on him; upon the bell ringing, Jarrett immediately laid down, with Russo holding up the title belt up to taunt Hogan; after Russo left ringside, Hogan grabbed a mic and said Russo was the reason WCW was in the bad shape it was, "because of bullshit like this;" after the bout, Jarrett immediately left ringside (Hogan's last appearance)
Bill Goldberg pinned Kevin Nash at 5:29 with the spear and Jackhammer after Nash knocked an interfering Scott Steiner to the floor; stipulations stated Scott Hall could come back to WCW if Nash won; prior to the bout, Goldberg appeared with Hall's contract in his tights, then left it at the commentary table; moments later, Nash went to the floor, looked over the contract, and then left it at the table; early in the bout, Scott Steiner & Madajah appeared to cheer on Nash, only for Steiner to turn on Nash as he set Goldberg up for the powerbomb; after the contest, Goldberg ripped up Hall's contract, with Steiner then putting Nash in the Steiner Recliner; moments later, Goldberg, Steiner, and Madajah left ringside together
Booker T pinned WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett at 13:40 after catching Jarrett coming off the top with the guitar and hitting the Book End; late in the match, Jarrett dropped referee Billy Silverman with the Stroke, with a second referee coming in to make the pinfall (The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

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