WWF / WWE RAW (1993-Present)

1998

12/30/97; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
1/5/98 - included the Undertaker surprising Shawn Michaels and stuffing him into a casket to end the show :
Ken Shamrock defeated Farooq (w/ D-Lo Brown & Kama) via submission with the ankle lock at 5:03 after outside interference from the Nation backfired; mid-way through the contest, the Rock came ringside; immediately after the match, Steve Austin entered the ring and hit the Stunner on both the Rock and Shamrock
Jeff Jarrett pinned Barry Windham at 3:35 with a roll over after Jim Cornette hit Windham with the tennis racquet; due to prematch stipulations, Jarrett won the vacant NWA North American Title; prior to the contest, Cornette came to the ring with Howard Brodie and Dennis Corraluzzo, the president and vice president of the NWA respectively; after the bout, Steve Austin ran to the ring and hit the Stunner on Jarrett before mocking Jarrett's strut
Skull & 8-Ball defeated Sniper & Recon (w/ the Jackyl) at 3:39 when Sniper was pinned with a DDT; after the bout, Kurrgan came to the ring and aided Sniper & Recon in attacking the DOA
Owen Hart pinned Savio Vega (w/ Los Boricuas) with a reverse rolling cradle
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) defeated Tom Brandi via disqualification at 3:41 when Steve Austin interfered and hit the Stunner on Mero as Mero prepared to hit a second TKO on Brandi
Flash Funk defeated TAFKA Goldust (w/ Luna) via disqualification at 2:33 after Luna pushed Funk off the top; after the match, Goldust hit the Curtain Call on Funk before Vader made the save
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated the Headbangers in a non-title match at 4:59 when Gunn pinned Mosh after a failed attempt at the Stage Dive

1/12/98; State College, PA; Bryce Jordan Center
1/12/98:
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn, Recon & Sniper, and the Headbangers at 4:10 when Gunn pinned Phinneas after hitting him with a foreign object
Kurrgan (w/ the Jackyl) defeated Jimmy Cicero & Lance Diamond in a handicap elimination match at 2:28 by placing one man on top of the other and pinning them with his boot
Vader defeated Marc Mero (w/ TAFKA Goldust dressed as Sable) via disqualification at 2:57 after TAFKA Goldust interfered and hit Vader over the head with a coconut
Ken Shamrock & Mark Henry fought WWF IC Champion the Rock & D-Lo Brown to a no contest at 3:46 after Henry turned on Shamrock to join the Nation
Skull & 8-Ball defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Rock 'n' Roll Express (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification in a non-title match at 2:29 after Jim Cornette interfered with the tennis racquet; Chainz made the save after the match
Mankind fought TAFKA Goldust (w/ Luna) (dressed as Dude Love and a Dudette) to a no contest after 14 seconds when Steve Austin interfered and hit Stunners on both men
Savio Vega & Jesus Castillo defeated WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku & Scott Taylor at 4:33 when Jesus pinned Taylor; Owen Hart made the save after the match

1/19/98; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena
1/19/98 - featured Steve Austin interrupting Mike Tyson's in-ring appearance, eventually leading to a confrontation between the two men before they were pulled apart; during the brawl, Vince McMahon began yelling at Austin, "You ruined it!":
Chainz, Skull, & 8-Ball fought Farooq, Kama, & D-Lo to a double disqualification at 4:41 when all six men began brawling in the ring
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned Tom Brandi with a low blow and the TKO at 3:30
The Quebecers defeated Cactus Jack & Terry Funk via disqualification at 3:16 after Cactus applied the Mandible Claw on the referee
NWA North American Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Jim Cornette & the Rock 'n' Roll Express) pinned Bradshaw (w/ Barry Windham) at 3:41 after Windham accidentally clotheslined his partner; after the match, Windham officially turned on Bradshaw
Owen Hart, WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku, & the Headbangers defeated Los Boricuas at 3:01 after Hart applied the Sharpshooter on Jose Estrada
WWF IC Champion the Rock pinned Ahmed Johnson at 2:43 after Mark Henry hit Ahmed with a chair
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn at 4:53 after Gunn hit Phinneas with a brick-loaded stuffed pig

1/20/98; Davis, CA; Recreational Hall
1/26/98 - featured footage from the previous week's confrontation between Steve Austin and Mike Tyson; included a backstage segment in which Jim Ross asked Cactus Jack & Terry Funk about their match earlier in the show, with WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels & Triple H then interrupting; moments later, Michaels, Triple H, WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg attacked Cactus & Funk; featured an interview with Don King from Ft. Lauderdale, FL in which he said he would work with Vince McMahon to come up with a solution for how Tyson can be involved with Austin at WrestleMania XIV, since the Nevada State Commission banned Tyson from fighting:
Ken Shamrock defeated Mark Henry via disqualification when the Nation of Domination and DOA brawled in the ring
Jeff Jarrett & Barry Windham (w/ Jim Cornette, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) defeated the Legion of Doom when Windham pinned Road Warrior Animal
Vader pinned TAFKA Goldust (w/ Luna); after the bout, Kane came to the ring with Vader dropping him with a piledriver; moments later, Kane sat up and dropped Vader with the tombstone
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Cactus Jack & Terry Funk via disqualification
El Pantera pinned Brian Christopher; after the bout, Jerry Lawler attacked Pantera
The Quebecers defeated the Headbangers when Jacques Rougeau pinned Mosh
Owen Hart defeated TAFKA Goludust (w/ Luna) (sub. for WWF European Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley) via submission with the Sharpshooter at around the 7-minute mark after avoiding the Pedigree; Goldust came to the ring dressed as the champion while Luna was dressed as Chyna; after the bout, WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels, Triple H, & Chyna appeared on the Titantron, proud of getting out of the title defense, until Sgt. Slaughter came out and ruled that Hart's victory over Triple H's stand-in would constitute the title changing hands; upon the announcement, Triple H began throwing chairs backstage and said he would get payback on Hart

2/2/98; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena
2/2/98 - included a "State of the Union" address by WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels, Triple H, & Chyna in which they said they would start to follow the network's rules and detailed which words they could say and which they couldn't, with the banned words being bleeped out; featured an in-ring segment in which Michaels, Triple H, & Chyna campaigned to have Steve Austin face Mike Tyson at WrestleMania; moments later, Austin came out and confronted Michaels, telling him that it didn't matter when but he was taking the WWF World Title:
Cactus Jack fought Terry Funk to a no contest when WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn attacked both men following a Cactus elbow from the stage onto Funk who was in a dumpster; the Outlaws locked both men inside the dumpster before pushing it off the stage; officials and medical personnel soon swarmed the ringside area
WWF European Champion Owen Hart defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn via disqualification when WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels, Triple H, & Chyna attacked Hart
Marc Mero (w/ Goldust) pinned Headbanger Mosh (w/ Headbanger Thrasher); prior to the bout, Mero was escorted out by Sable, with Mero then telling her that he was sick of her stealing his spotlight and ordered her to the back; Mero then brought out Goldust, dressed as Marilyn Monroe, to be in his corner instead
Chainz defeated Farooq via count-out
Justin Bradshaw & Flash Funk defeated Jeff Jarrett & Barry Windham
Steve Austin defeated WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg via disqualification

2/3/98; Evansville, IN; Roberts Municipal Stadium
2/9/98:
Jeff Jarrett & Barry Windham defeated the Legion of Doom via disqualification at 5:57 when Justin Bradshaw interfered, as Jarrett had Road Warrior Hawk in the figure-4, and chased after Windham; Sunny was the guest ring announcer for the match
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated the Quebecers at 4:43 via disqualification when Pierre used his own slop bucket to hit Henry with in order to break a pinfall; after the bout, Henry paid Pierre back with a bucket shot of his own
Pantera & Brian Christopher defeated WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku & Aguila at 10:29 when Pantera pinned Taka with a diving headbutt off the top, after stuffing a pair of brass knuckles in his mask
Farooq & WWF IC Champion the Rock (w/ the Nation) defeated Ken Shamrock & Chainz (w/ Skull, 8-Ball, & Ahmed Johnson) at 4:38 when Farooq pinned Shamrock after a chair shot from the Rock as the referee was distracted by the other wrestlers brawling around ringside
Steve Blackman defeated Recon (w/ Sniper) via submission at 6:59
The Headbangers defeated Marc Mero (w/ Sable) & TAFKA Goldust (dressed as Marilyn Manson and w/ Luna Vachon) at 5:40 when Thrasher pinned Goldust after Sable, who had been sent backstage before the match, returned ringside and slapped him; after the bout, Sable also slapped Luna
Dark Match after the show: Ken Shamrock defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock in a non-title match via submission with the ankle lock; the bout was to have been a six man tag pitting Steve Austin, Cactus Jack, & Shamrock against the Rock, Billy Gunn, & the Road Dogg however Terry Funk substituted for Austin; Cactus and Funk chased the the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn backstage before a match began which led to Shamrock challenging the Rock to a singles bout

2/16/98; Dallas, TX; Reunion Arena
2/16/98:
The Quebecers defeated the Legion of Doom via count-out
Ken Shamrock defeated Sniper via submission with the ankle lock
NWA Tag Team Champions the Rock 'n' Roll Express defeated the Headbangers via disqualification after one of the champions was thrown over the top to the floor, which was against NWA rules
WWF European Champion Owen Hart defeated NWA North American Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification when Cornette interfered as Jarrett was caught in the Sharpshooter; only the European title was at stake
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku & Aguila defeated Brian Christopher & Piratita Morgan
Steve Blackman defeated Farooq
Cactus Jack & Terry Funk defeated TAKFA Goldust & Marc Mero

2/17/98; Waco, TX; Heart of Texas Coliseum
2/23/98:
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated the Legion of Doom when Road Dogg pinned Road Warrior Animal at 6:14 after Gunn used one of the title belts as a weapon; after the bout, Hawk and Animal had to be pulled apart by officials
Ken Shamrock defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Jim Cornette) via submission with the ankle lock at 4:22 after Cornette's interference backfired
Kurrgan, Sniper, & Recon (w/ the Jackyl) defeated Chainz, 8-Ball, & Skull at 4:13 when Kurrgan pinned Skull with the Paralyzer head vice
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku fought Barry Windham (w/ Jim Cornette & the Rock 'n' Roll Express) in a non-title match when Kane interfered, the NWA contingent left ringside, and Kane hit the tombstone on Taka; Taka's opponent was unannounced prior to the match, the only information given was that it would be a member of Cornette's NWA team; after the bout, Bearer challenged Steve Austin to face Kane the following week on Raw
Bradshaw pinned TAFKA Goldust with the lariat at 3:12; Goldust came to the ring dressed as his father during Dusty Rhodes' WWF stint, in full pokadot garb
Steve Blackman pinned WWF IC Champion the Rock (w/ the Nation) in a non-title match after D-Lo Brown tossed Blackman's nunchucks to Rock, with Blackman intercepting them; after the bout, D-Lo blames the move on Farooq, with the Rock demanding an apology; Farooq gives none and leaves ringside with Kama and D-Lo
The Headbangers defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson (w/ Jim Cornette) to win the titles when Thrasher pinned Morton at 7:39 after Cornette hit Thrasher with his tennis racquet, with Thrasher falling on top of Morton for the pinfall; prior to the match, Comissioner Slaughter replaced NWA referee Tommy Young with WWF referee Earl Hebner; during the bout, Thrasher threw Robert Gibson over the top to the floor - which would have caused a disqualification under NWA rules - but Hebner didn't stop the match
WWF European Champion Owen Hart defeated Marc Mero via disqualification at 3:58 after the challenger shoved the referee; before the bout, Mero ordered Sable backstage; late in the contest she returned ringside; after the bout, Luna Vachon ran ringside to attack Sable - with officials and Mero / Goldust holding the two women apart

3/2/98; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
3/2/98:
Skull & 8-Ball defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn via count-out
Marc Mero pinned Tom Brandi
Mark Henry defeated WWF European Champion Owen Hart via disqualifiation; after the bout, Owen legitly injured his ankle while stepping off the turnbuckle
The Headbangers & WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku defeated the Rock 'n' Roll Express & Barry Windham
Steve Blackman defeated Kama via disqualification
Jeff Jarrett defeated Flash Funk
Steve Austin fought Kane to a no contest

3/3/98; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center
3/9/98:
Ken Shamrock & Steve Blackman defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock & Farooq via disqualification when the Nation interfered; after the match, Farooq held the other Nation members back as Rock was caught in Shamrock's ankle lock
Barry Windham (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated WWF European Champion Owen Hart via count-out when Chyna, who was at ringside along with Triple H to do guest commentary, hit a low blow on the champion; after the match, Bradshaw attacked Windham
Aguila (w/ WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku) defeated Brian Christopher (w/ Jerry Lawler) via disqualification when Lawler pushed Aguila off the top rope; after the match, Christopher continued to attack his opponent until Michinoku dropkicked him to the floor - on top of Lawler
Cactus Jack & Terry Funk defeated the Quebecers when Cactus pinned Pierre with a DDT; after the match, the Road Dogg came out with his arm in a sling and challenged Cactus to follow him backstage; when Cactus left the ring, Billy Gunn came out of the crowd and hit Funk over the head with a steel chair before both Outlaws returned backstage
Marc Mero defeated TAFKA Goldust via disqualification when the referee was knocked down; during the match, Sable and Luna were handcuffed to seperate ringposts until Goldust unlocked Luna, as the referee was down, who then assaulted Sable; after the match, Sable chased Luna backstage after she herself was unlocked
Triple H fought Savio Vega to a no contest when Steve Austin came ringside and hit the Stunner on an official, a referee, and Savio; moments later, as Austin had Triple H cornered in the ring, Shawn Michaels came ringside and hit the superkick on Austin and was going to hit him with a steel chair before officials intervened; once Austin had regained his senses, he followed DX and Los Boricuas backstage with the chair

3/16/98; Phoenix, AZ; America West Arena
3/17/98:
Ken Shamrock defeated D-Lo Brown via disqualification
Jeff Jarrett defeated Tom Brandi
NWA Tag Team Champions the Headbangers defeated Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson
Terry Funk defeated WWF Tag Team Champin Billy Gunn via disqualification; prior to the bout, WWF European Champion Owen Hart joined the commentary table
Triple H defeated WWF European Champion Owen Hart to win the title in an impromptu match at the 52-second mark when referee Tim White stopped the match as Hart was in a leglock after Chyna came ringside and hit Hart in his injured ankle with a baseball bat; before the match, Triple H came out and confronted Hart at the commentary table, saying Hart was hiding behind Jim Ross and an injured ankle; Hart then said he would see Triple H at WrestleMania but Triple H shoved Hart to the floor, with Hart then brawling with Triple H on the floor before the bout began; Hart wore an air casket on his injured ankle for the match (DeGeneration X Shopzone exclusive DVD)
Luna fought Sable to a no contest

3/17/98; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center
3/23/98:
Cactus Jack & Terry Funk defeated the Quebecers via disqualification at 3:48 when the New Age Outlaws interfered and attacked Cactus and Funk
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) pinned Steve Blackman at 2:27 when Lee held down Blackman's foot during a cover; after the bout, another referee came down to dispute the call but Jarrett hit him
Skull & 8-Ball fought Bob Holly & Bart Gunn to a double disqualification at 3:32 when Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, the Headbangers, Sniper & Recon, Savio Vega & Miguel Perez, and Jose & Jesus Castillo interfered
Chainz defeated Farooq at 3:38 after the Rock interfered and hit Farooq; after the bout, the Nation carried Farooq backstage
Bradshaw defeated Barry Windham at 3:04; after the bout, the Rock 'n' Roll Express made the save against the NWA
Steve Austin pinned WWF IC Champion the Rock in a non-title match with the Stunner at 10:44; after the bout, DX came ringside and Austin nailed Shawn Michaels; had Austin not worked the match, the WrestleMania XIV bout with Michaels would have been non-title

3/30/98; Albany, NY; Pepsi Arena
3/30/98 - featured an opening segment in which Vince McMahon carried the WWF World Title to the ring and introduced Steve Austin as the new champion, with Austin then appearing; McMahon then told Austin they could do things the easy way or the hard way about him being the champion and fitting into the corporate world, with Austin dropping McMahon with the Stunner; McMahon later had Austin arrested; included an in-ring promo by WWF European Champion Triple H, alongside Chyna, in which he said Shawn Michaels dropped the ball at WrestleMania, said "Syxx was DX's lucky number," and then brought out Sean Waltman; Waltman then insulted Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff (Waltman's surprise return after a 2-year absence); featured the first vignette promoting the debut of Val Venis, as he was shown on a couch watching porn; included an in-ring promo from Paul Bearer, alongside kane, in which Bearer challenged the Undertaker to face Kane at Unforgiven in an Inferno Match:
The Legion of Doom (w/ Sunny) defeated Jose Estrada & Jesus Castillo following the Doomsday Device in under a minute
Kurrgan (w/ the Jackyl) defeated Chainz via submission with the Paralyzer; after the bout, Kurrgan kept the claw hold applied as he dragged his opponent backstage
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) defeated Aguila via submission with the figure-4; after the bout, Jarrett survived an attack from Steve Blackman after distraction from Tennessee Lee
Ken Shamrock & Steve Blackman defeated Farooq & WWF IC Champion the Rock (w/ the Nation) when Shamrock pinned Farooq with a belly to belly suplex after the Rock refused to be tagged in the ring
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku in a non-title match with a low blow and the TKO; before the match, Sable accepted Luna's challenge for an evening gown match at Unforgiven; after the match, three unknown Japanese men attacked Michinoku (later revealed to be Sho Funaki, Mens Teioh, and Dick Togo)
Bob Holly & Bart Gunn defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Headbangers to win the titles when Bob Holly scored the pin with a frog splash
The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Cactus Jack & Terry Funk in a steel cage match to win the vacant WWF Tag Team Titles at around the 4:30 mark when Road Dogg pinned Cactus following a spike piledriver onto a steel chair; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Funk being tended to backstage earlier in the day after sustaining a bruised hip the previous night at WrestleMania; Road Dogg wore a "JOB Squad: Pin Me, Pay Me" T-shirt for the match; the match could only be won via pinfall or submission; late in the bout, Triple H, Chyna, and X-Pac came out, with Chyna distracting the referee as X-Pac climbed the cage and repeatedly hit Cactus with a steel chair; after the match, Triple H, X-Pac, Road Dogg, Gunn, and Chyna continued to assault Cactus as Funk remained tied to the cage; moments later, Road Dogg & Gunn began doing the DX crotch chop, implying they had joined the group

3/31/98; Syracuse, NY; On Center
4/6/98 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Cole on commentary:
NWA World Champion Dan Severn (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Flash Funk via submission; Cornette did guest commentary for the match
Steve Blackman defeated Brian Christopher via disqualification; after the bout, Tennessee Lee distracted Blackman while Jeff Jarrett snuck up behind him and blasted a guitar over Blackman's head
Owen Hart defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock via disqualification at 5:47 when Chyna interfered as Hart had the Rock caught in the Sharpshooter and hit the challenger over the back with a baseball bat; Kama, Mark Henry, & D-Lo Brown escroted the champion to the ring before the match and were initially in his corner until they were ejected at around the 2:30 mark after the referee caught Kama attempting to interfere; after the bout, WWF European Champion Triple H, X-Pac, and WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn appeared on the entranceway, with Chyna then walking up the aisle and past them to go backstage (The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment)
Luna (w/ TAFKA Goldust) pinned Matt Knowles after TAFKA Goldust attacked Knowles before the match
Ken Shamrock defeated Marc Mero via disqualification when the Nation interfered and attacked Shamrock
WWF European Champion Triple H & WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Chainz, Skull, & 8-Ball; after the bout, DX attacked DOA with chairs until the Legion of Doom made the save; X-Pac did guest commentary for the contest

4/13/98; Philadelphia, PA; Corestates Center
4/13/98:
Skull & 8-Ball fought Savio Vega & Jose Estrada to a no contest in a chain match at 2:15 when DX interfered and helped Los Boricuas in attacking the DOA; after the match, Chyna hit a low blow on both Savio and Jose
Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor fought Aguila & Pantera to a no contest when Vince McMahon came out to accept a match with Steve Austin for the title later in the night
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification in a non-title match when Club Kamikaze attacked the champion before the match, with Jarrett applying the figure-4 afterwards
Terry Funk & Scorpio defeated the Quebecers at 2:14 when Scorpio made the pin with the 450 splash after avoiding the Quebecers' finisher
Ken Shamrock & Steve Blackman fought Bob Holly & Bart Gunn (w/ Jim Cornette) to a double disqualification at 3:43 when all four men began brawling; before the match, Shamrock had a staredown with Dan Severn, who came ringside with the NWA contingent, forcing the referee to send Severn backstage
Owen Hart pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn at 8:36; Triple H and X-Pac did guest commentary for the bout while the Legion of Doom and Sunny stood at ringside
WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought Vince McMahon (w/ Pat Patterson, Gerald Brisco, & Sgt. Slaughter) to a no contest; following Vince's entrance, Shane McMahon came out to try to talk his father out of the match, without success; after the ring entrances, Vince took the mic and challenged Austin to wrestle the title match with one arm tied behind his back, since Austin noted earlier in the show that he could beat Vince in that situation; after Austin agreed to the stipulation, Brisco tied his arm up; several moments later, as Austin and McMahon finally squared off, Mick Foley then came out as Dude Love and said he wanted to bring peace; Dude then entered the ring and told Austin not to fight Vince since he signs Dude's checks, then telling McMahon that Austin could take him out whenever he wanted; McMahon responded by shoving Dude to the mat, with Dude then going after McMahon with the Mandible Claw until Austin intervened, with Dude putting the Claw on Austin instead; Dude then danced as McMahon and his entourage left the ring, with Dude then further assaulting Austin; McMahon yelled at Dude, upset that he interrupted the match, and then attempted to enter the ring but was held back by Shane and the others; Dude then reapplied the Claw before taking the mic and challenging McMahon to a fight as well; moments later, Dude went out to the floor and brawled with Austin, his arm still tied, before ramming Austin into the guardrail and assaulting him on the announce table (McMahon's in-ring debut) (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2, Mr. McMahon, The Best of Raw 15th Anniversary)

4/14/98; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum
4/20/98:
Farooq pinned Kama in a streetfight at 7:38 with a spinebuster
Dan Severn defeated Headbanger Mosh via submission with an armbar at 3:53
Bradshaw defeated TAFKA Goldust (w/ Luna) via disqualification at 4:50 when Club Kamikaze attacked Bradshaw
Terry Funk & Scorpio defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Bob Holly & Bart Gunn in a non-title match at 7:04 when Scorpio pinned Gunn with the 450 splash
WWF European Champion Triple H (w/ Chyna), WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Owen Hart & the Legion of Doom (w/ Sunny) at 9:35 when Gunn pinned Road Warrior Animal with a piledriver
Dude Love defeated Steve Blackman at 3:58 when Vince McMahon had the referee stop the match as Blackman was caught in an abdominal stretch, even though Blackman did not submit

4/27/98; Hampton, VA; Coliseum
4/27/98 - included Degeneration X in army gear driving to the nearby Norfolk Scope, where WCW Monday Nitro was being filmed live, and heckling WCW via a megaphone outside the arena:
Ken Shamrock & Owen Hart fought WWF IC Champion the Rock & Mark Henry (w/ Kama & D-Lo Brown) to a no contest when Hart joined the Nation, attacked Shamrock, injured his ankle, and locked him in the Sharpshooter; after the match, Farooq and Steve Blackman attempted to make the save but were beaten down as well
Terry Funk & Scorpio defeated the Headbangers via disqualification; prematch stipulations stated that the winners would recieve a tag team title shot
Bradshaw defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification when Bradshaw was attacked by Club Kamakazie and Yamaguchi-San
Skull & 8-Ball defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg in a non-title match
The Undertaker pinned Barry Windham with the tombstone; after the bout, the Undertaker called out Paul Bearer and Kane, with Bearer admitting he was Kane's father
WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought TAFKA Goldust (w/ Luna) to a no contest after Mankind interfered and Vince McMahon, who was the guest timekeeper for the bout, accidentally hit special referee Gerald Brisco with the title belt knocking him out

4/28/98; Richmond, VA; Coliseum
5/4/98:
WWF IC Champion the Rock & Owen Hart defeated Steve Blackman & Farooq when Owen pinned Blackman after Jeff Jarrett interfered
Dan Severn defeated Savio Vega via submission with an arm bar
the Legion of Doom & DOA fought WWF European Champion Triple H, Chyna, & WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg (w/ X-Pac) to a no contest when LOD and DOA began fighting each other as DX left ringside
Marc Mero defeated Jeff Jarrett via count-out when Jarrett walked out of the match; after the bout, Jarrett and Steve Blackman got into a brawl at ringside
Steve Blackman & Farooq defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock & Owen Hart via count-out when Owen and Rocky left ringside
Mick Foley pinned Terry Funk in a no holds barred, falls count anywhere match at around 16:45 with a piledriver followed by a second piledriver onto a steel chair; WWF World Champion Steve Austin did guest commentary for the match and, mid-way through the contest, threw Jerry Lawler out of his seat after he thought it was Lawler's fault that his headset stopped working; Pat Patterson was the surprise guest referee for the bout; after the match, Foley continued to attack Funk inside the ring before Austin left the commentary table, entered the ring, and threw his cup of beer in Foley's face; moments thereafter, a blinded Foley accidentally applied the Mandible Claw on Patterson; after a confrontation with Foley, Austin hit the Stunner on Patterson as Patterson prepared to hit him with a steel chair from behind; after Foley walked up the ramp, he was met by Vince McMahon and two dudettes, with Vince handing Foley his Dude Love attire, officially naming him the #1 contender (Mick Foley - Greatest Hits & Misses DVD)

5/11/98; Baltimore, MD; Arena
5/11/98 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Cole on commentary for the first hour, with Jerry Lawler replacing Cole for the second hour; included Vince McMahon announcing himdelf as guest referee, Pat Patterson as guest ring announcer, and Gerald Brisco as guest timekeeper for the WWF World Champion Steve Austin vs. Dude Love match at Over the Edge; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Edge; included a vignette promoting the debut of Val Venis; featured footage from earlier in the day of Bradshaw teaching Taka Michinoku to drive in the parking lot, with both men then being attacked by Kaientai; included an in-ring confrontation with Sable and Marc Mero, where Mero demanded Sable apologize for ruining is career; Sable then kicked Mero low and hit the Sable Bomb; immediately following the segment, the Undertaker came out and attacked Jerry Lawler for his remarks the previous week about Taker's mother when Lawler thought he was off camera; Kane and Paul Bearer interrupted with Bearer saying the following week he would prove that he is Kane's father; Taker then tombstoned Lawler in the ring; featured Al Snow coming to the announce table to try and do commentary but was escorted away by security, with Snow saying that he needed to see Vince; Jim Cornette later came out to replace Lawler for the rest of the show; included footage throughout the show from earlier in the day of DX at the CNN Center in Atlanta; featured Dustin Runnels coming out on the stage with his old Goldust attire and then setting it on fire, blaming McMahon for losing his father and his wife, and saying that Goldust dies tonight:
Vader pinned Barry Windham (w/ Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bob Holly & Bart Gunn) at 2:07 with the Vader Bomb; during the bout, it was announced Vader would face Kane at Over the Edge in a mask vs. mask bout; after the match, Vader fought off the New Midnight Express (Vader's return match after a 3-month absence)
8-Ball (w/ Skull) pinned Road Warrior Hawk (w/ Sunny & Road Warrior Animal) at 2:31 with a small package; the match was actually Hawk vs. Skull, but Skull and 8-Ball switched places just before the finish behind the referee's back
Farooq (w/ Steve Blackman) defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) via disqualification at 2:06 when Mark Henry & Kama interfered; Farooq & Blackman were then double-teamed
WWF European Champion Triple H (w/ DX) fought Owen Hart to a no contest in a non-title match when all the DX and Nation members had to be separated by officials on the floor (the match began during the commercial break)
Kaientai (w/ Yamaguchi-San) defeated Terry Funk & Scorpio via disqualification in a handicap match at 3:17 when Bradshaw & Taka Michinoku interfered
WWF World Champion Steve Austin & Vince McMahon (mystery partner) (w/ Gerald Brisco & Pat Patterson) fought WWF IC Champion the Rock & D-Lo Brown (w/ Owen Hart, Kama, & Mark Henry) to a no contest at 8:18 when Vince, Brisco, and Patterson attacked Austin; following Austin's entrance, McMahon, from backstage, introduced himself as Austin's partner; after the bout, Austin fought off McMahon, Brisco, and Patterson until he was attacked by Dude Love (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)

5/18/98; Nashville, TN; Arena
5/18/98:
Val Venis pinned Scorpio (Venis's debut)
Terry Funk pinned Marc Mero
Skull & 8-Ball defeated the Legion of Doom
Dude Love defeated Dustin Runnels
The Headbangers defeated Dick Togo & Mens Teioh via disqualification
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn (w/ Chyna) defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock & Owen Hart at around the 5-minute mark when Road Dogg pinned Rock after Farooq interfered behind the referee's back and dropped Rock with a piledriver; prior to the bout, DX cut an in-ring promo on the Nation; following both teams' entrances, DX and the Nation brawled until referees broke it up and sent the wrestlers not wrestling in the match backstage (the match began during the commercial break)
WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco to a no contest in a handicap streetfight at around the 2:40 mark after fighting off guest referee Sgt. Slaughter and dropping him with the Stunner; after the match, Austin fought off an interfering Dude Love on the floor until a fan wearing a Steve Austin mask jumped over the guardrail, took down Dude, and then struck Austin over the back with a steel chair; Austin then went after the fan as he revealed himself to be Vince McMahon; moments later, Dude attacked austin and applied the Mandible Claw as McMahon watched (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)

5/19/98; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena
5/25/98:
The Legion of Doom & Droz defeated Skull, 8-Ball, & Chainz
NWA World Champion Dan Severn defeated Owen Hart via disqualification
Golga pinned Headbanger Thrasher (the debut of the Oddities)
Vader defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku pinned Dick Togo
Farooq pinned Marc Mero
WWF European Champion Triple H (w/ Chyna) fought WWF IC Champion the Rock (w/ Mark Henry) to a double count-out at around the 10-minute mark after both men began fighting on the floor; neither title was at stake in the match; after the bout, the Rock backed up the aisle and taunted Triple H before he was jumped by Farooq and sustained a piledriver on the entrance stage

6/1/98; Chicago, IL; Rosemont Horizon
6/1/98 - featured the Undertaker calling out Vince McMahon and demanding a shot at the WWF Championship; McMahon then ordered Taker to face Kane for the chance at the title; included a vignette promoting the debut of Edge, scheduled for June 15:
The Legion of Doom & Droz fought Chainz, Skull, & 8-Ball to a no contest in a streetfight when the Undertaker appeared, took out the remaining members of each team, and demanded to speak to Vince McMahon
Val Venis pinned Papi Chulo with the Money Shot
KOTR Qualifying Match: Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) pinned Steve Blackman with the Shooting Star Press after a low blow and Samoan drop; prior to the bout, Mero introduced Jackie as his new valet
WWF IC Champion the Rock, Owen Hart, & D-Lo Brown defeated WWF European Champion Triple H, WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn in an elimination match; Gunn pinned D-Lo with a piledriver at 1:29; Rock pinned Road Dogg with the Rock Bottom at 2:23; Owen pinned Gunn with a spinning heel kick at 3:44; Triple H pinned Rock with the Pedigree at 6:55; Triple H was disqualified when Ken Shamrock interfered and attacked Owen at 7:28; after the bout, the Nation was cleared from ringside after Dan Severn came to the ring
KOTR Qualifying Match: Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee & Southern Justice) pinned Farooq after hitting him with Lee's belt buckle as Southern Justice distracted the referee; prior to the bout Tennessee Lee introduced the repackaged Godwinns as Southern Justice
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku pinned Sho Funaki with the Michinoku Driver; during the bout, Al Snow made a brief appearance in an Asian costume before being escorted out of the building
KOTR Qualifying Match: Mark Henry pinned Terry Funk with a powerbomb and splash after Funk failed a moonsault to the floor, hitting his thighs against the guardrail
Kane pinned the Undertaker with the tombstone after Mankind came ringside and distracted Taker; due to pre-match stipulations, Kane became the #1 contender to the world title; WWF World Champion Steve Austin did guest commentary for the bout

6/2/98; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre
6/8/98:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Ken Shamrock defeated Kama via submission with the ankle lock at 2:28; after the bout, Mark Henry and D-Lo Brown attacked Shamrock until Dan Severn came to the ring
Farooq & Steve Blackman defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) & Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) when Blackman pinned Jarrett with an inside cradle at 3:28; after the bout, Jarrett and Mero argued over the loss
KOTR Qualifying Match: Owen Hart defeated Scorpio via submission with the Sharpshooter at 5:15
Chainz pinned Droz with a DVD at 2:42; after the bout, the Undertaker came to the ring and hit a chokeslam on both men before demanding to see Vince McMahon
Mark Henry fought Vader to a no contest at 2:44 when the Undertaker came to the ring and hit a chokeslam on both men
KOTR Qualifying Match: Dan Severn defeated D-Lo Brown via submission at 3:10; after the bout, Owen Hart attacked Severn until Ken Shamrock chased him into the crowd; due to the injury sustained in the hold, D-Lo wore a chest protector for the next several months
Val Venis fought Dustin Runnels to a no contest at 5:40 when the Undertaker interfered and hit a chokeslam on both men
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated the Legion of Doom and DOA when Road Dogg willingly laid down for Gunn to pin him, in order to retain the titles

6/15/98; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum
6/15/98:
KOTR Qualifying Match: WWF IC Champion the Rock pinned Vader at 4:40 with the Rock Bottom after Mark Henry attacked Vader on the floor behind the referee's back and hit a splash; prior to the bout, the Rock was escorted out by Owen Hart, Kama, & Henry but they were ejected from ringside by Sgt. Slaughter and referees
Droz pinned Jeff Jarrett
Val Venis pinned Chainz
Dustin Runnels pinned Marc Mero
KOTR Qualifying Match: WWF European Champion Triple H defeated X-Pac via count-out after Owen Hart came through the crowd and dropped X-Pac crotch-first over the ringside barrier while Triple H was distracted
Owen Hart & Mark Henry defeated Ken Shamrock & Dan Severn
Kane & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) won a 10-team tag team Royal Rumble match by last eliminating Terry Funk & Scorpio; other teams included: Bob Holly & Bart Gunn, the Headbangers, Golga & Kurrgan, Skull & 8-Ball, Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor, the Legion of Doom, Taka Michinoku & Bradshaw, and Farooq & Steve Blackman; due to pre-match stipulations, Kane & Mankind became the #1 contenders to the tag team titles
WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker fought Kane & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) to a no contest in a Hell in a Cell match when Bearer locked himself inside the cage as Austin brawled with Kane & Mankind around ringside; the Undertaker, who failed to arrive when his music played moments earlier, came up from underneath the ring and brutalized Bearer as Austin scaled the cage to attack Kane on the roof (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2, Hell in a Cell)

6/16/98; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center
6/22/98:
King of the Ring Quarter Finals: Ken Shamrock pinned Mark Henry with a belly to belly suplex
X-Pac (w/ Chyna) pinned Dustin Runnels with a spin heel kick after Dustin became distracted by Chyna
King of the Ring Quarter Finals: Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) pinned Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) with a DDT
Kane pinned WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg with the tombstone
Edge defeated Jose Estrada via count-out after Estrada injured himself after sustaining a leap to the floor from Edge (Edge's debut)
King of the Ring Quarter Finals: Dan Severn defeated Owen Hart via submission after X-Pac interfered and hit Owen in the back of the head with a steel chair
King of the Ring Quarter Finals: WWF IC Champion the Rock pinned WWF European Champion Triple H (w/ Chyna) in a non-title match at 8:08 with a fisherman suplex after hitting a low blow behind the referee's back; after the bout, X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn attacked the Rock in the ring, with Kama, Mark Henry, and Owen Hart then coming out and brawling with DX until referees and officials broke up the fight (The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment)
Mankind defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn via submission with the Mandible Claw

6/29/98; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
6/29/98 - included an opening segment in which Vince McMahon prepared to present Kane with the heavyweight title only for Steve Austin to interrupt and make a challenge for a rematch later that night with Kane accepting; included an in-ring promo by the Undertaker in which he said he had to save Kane from setting himself on fire the previous night; this brought out Vince McMahon who ordered Taker not to interfere in the night's main event; featured the return of Paul Ellering as the Legion of Doom's manager only for Ellering to turn on them and announce the DOA as his new tag team:
Steven Regal defeated Droz via submission (Regal's debut); prior to the bout, Vince McMahon had Sable introduce Regal before she sat down to do guest commentary
Brawl for All: Steve Blackman defeated Marc Mero via referee's decision; Danny Hodge was the referee
Val Venis pinned Dick Togo with the Money Shot; Dustin Runnels did guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Val was attacked by all of Kaientai for checking out Yamaguchi-san's wife but eventually won the brawl
Ken Shamrock defeated Owen Hart and Triple H (w/ Chyna) at around the 11:30 mark by pinning Triple H after WWF IC Champion the Rock appeared ringside and, behind the referee's back, hit Triple H in the face with his title belt; Hart wore a protective sleeve on his left arm for the match; after the bout, X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions Road Dogg & Billy Gunn jumped the Rock at the entrance stage, with Mark Henry and the Godfather appearing and brawling with DX all the way backstage; moments later, Hart applied the ringpost figure-4 on Shamrock and continued to attack Shamrock's ankle until he was led away by referees (The Attitude Era Blu-ray)
Brawl for All: Bradshaw defeated Mark Canterbury
Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) with the Stunner to win the title at 8:28; after the bout, the Undertaker - who appeared ringside mid-way through the bout - came into the ring and sustained the Stunner from Austin (The Legacy of Stone Cold Steve Austin)

6/30/98; State College, PA; Bryce Jordan Center
7/6/98:
Brawl for All: Savio Vega defeated Brakkus
Ken Shamrock defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) by disqualification when Mabel interfered
Vader fought Bradshaw to a no contest when Kane & Mankind interfered
Skull & 8-Ball (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated the Headbangers
D-Lo Brown (w/ the Godfather) pinned Terry Funk with the Lo Down frog splash; after the match, the Undertaker came ringside and attacked all three men
Brawl For All: Road Warrior Hawk fought Droz to a draw when both men were tied on points
Val Venis defeated Dustin Runnells via disqualification when Kaientai interfered
Ken Shamrock defeated Mabel via submission with the ankle lock; after the match, Shamrock continued to attack Mabel
Kane pinned Mankind with a chair shot on the floor; after the bout, Kane unmasked, revealing himself to be the Undertaker; due to pre-match stipulations, the Undertaker became the #1 contender to the world title; Steve Austin did guest commentary for the match

7/13/98; East Rutherford, NJ; Continental Airlines Arena
7/13/98 - featured Shawn Michaels providing guest commentary alongside Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler (Michaels' surprise return after a 4-month absence); included the announcement WWF IC Champion the Rock would face WWF European Champion Triple H in a title vs. title Best 2 out of 3 falls match at Fully Loaded and that X-Pac would face D-Lo Brown:
The Undertaker pinned Vader with the tombstone
Brawl for All Tournament: Bart Gunn defeated Bob Holly via judge’s decision
X-Pac & WWF European Champion Triple H defeated Owen Hart & WWF IC Champion the Rock at 6:29 when X-Pac pinned the Rock by reversing a spinebuster attempt into the X-Factor; the match came as a result of Hart coming ringside and assaulting Jason Sensation after Sensation impersonated Owen the previous week during DX’s mockery of the Nation; after Hart applied the Sharpshooter on Sensation inside the ring, DX came out for the save
Steve Blackman pinned Marc Mero with a kick to the chest
Kane & Mankind defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn to win the titles after D-Lo Brown came through the crowd and hit a frog splash, wearing his steel chest protector, as DX and the Nation brawled around ringside (For All Mankind: The Life and Career of Mick Foley)
Kaientai defeated Brian Christopher, Scott Taylor, & WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku following a senton bomb
Brawl for All Tournament: Dan Severn defeated the Godfather
The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn fought WWF Tag Team Champions Kane & Mankind to a no contest when WWF World Champion Steve Austin and the Undertaker laid out all the participants; Austin and Taker were the guest referees for the match

7/14/98; Binghamton, NY
7/20/98 - featured Jim Ross, from the commentary table, conducting an interview with WWF IC Champion the Rock, alongside Owen Hart, Kama, D-Lo Brown, & Mark Henry backstage, regarding his title defense later in the show against X-Pac:
D-Lo Brown (w/ WWF IC Champion the Rock) pinned WWF European Champion Triple H (w/ Chyna) to win the title at 6:05 when, after Mark Henry appeared at the entrance ramp distracting both the referee and Chyna, the Rock slid in the ring and dropped Triple H with the Rock Bottom; after the bout, Rock, D-Lo, and Henry celebrated with Owen Hart and the Godfather
Brawl for All: Steve Williams defeated Pierre
Road Warrior Animal fought Skull to a no contest when Paul Ellering attempted to run Animal over on his motorcycle; Road Warrior Hawk made the save
Steve Blackman (w/ Ken Shamrock & Dan Severn) pinned Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee & Southern Justice) with a kick to the chest; after the match, Owen Hart attacked Shamrock
Brawl for All: Scorpio defeated 8-Ball
Owen Hart defeated Farooq via submission with the Sharpshooter; after the match, Ken Shamrock chased Hart into the crowd
WWF IC Champion the Rock defeated X-Pac (w/ Chyna) via disqualification at 9:43 when a second referee prevented the referee from counting the pinfall on the champion, informing the ref that Triple H had interfered moments earlier and hit the Pedigree on the Rock; before the match began, DX and the Nation brawled in the ring until referees broke up the fight; moments before the finish, D-Lo Brown came through the crowd to interfere but was crotched on the top rope by Triple H, who had followed him through the crowd; after the bout, DX won a second brawl with the Nation before Triple H had a girl in the audience flash the crowd; Shawn Michaels did guest commentary for the bout (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
WWF Tag Team Champions Kane & Mankind defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin via disqualification in a handicap match when the Undertaker hit Kane with a steel chair

7/27/98; Anaheim, CA; Arrowhead Pond
7/27/98 - featured an opening video package showing stills of how WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker won the WWF Tag Team Titles the previous night at Fully Loaded; included an in-ring segment in which WWF Tag Team Champion the Undertaker, in possession of both belts, took the mic and said he and Austin were the tag team champions but they would never be partners until Austin came out and apologized to him; moments later, Vince McMahon - alongside Sgt. Slaughter, Gerald Brisco, and Pat Patterson - interrupted and said Taker hitting Kane with the tombstone and pinning him didn't prove anything, then adding Kane took several tombstones from Taker at WrestleMania; McMahon said, if he were the Undertaker, he would have done the same thing to cover up for Taker & Kane's conspiracy; McMahon then said Austin & Taker would defend the titles later in the show against Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg; Austin then walked out, forcing McMahon and his men up the entrance stage, said he would defend the titles later in the night, and then gave Taker the finger in response to Taker demanding an apology from Austin; featured a Stridex ad featuring Hunter Hearst Helmsley; included a Summer Slam ad noting the event was 5 weeks away; featured a segment of 'Droz's World' in which Droz was shown at home playing with his snake and guns; included a '60 Minutes' themed Sunday Night Heat ad; featured a segment in which Jim Ross, from ringside, spoke with WWF IC Champion the Rock, backstage, about defending against both Helmsley and X-Pac later in the show; included an ad promoting the Fully Loaded encore airing the next night; featured Michael Cole conducting a backstage interview with Road Dogg & Gunn regarding their tag team title shot later in the night; featured a backstage shot of Yamaguchi-san's wife exiting a shower with Val Venis; included Cole conducting a backstage interview with the Legion of Doom about their upcoming match against the Nation, with Road Warrior Animal doing all the talking; featured an in-ring segment with Jerry Lawler, Sable, Jacqualine, and Marc Mero in which Lawler went to present Sable with the winner's trophy for the previous night's bikini contest; moments later, Lawler received word from McMahon's office that Sable's body paint disqualified her from the competition and Jacqualine was the winner; Sable then took the mic and wished McMahon would have been "man enough" to tell her to her face; McMahon then appeared, noted Sable was questioning his manhood, and he was used to dealing with ingrates who he made superstars; a fan then threw trash that bounced off McMahon's back before he said he brought Sable back for the fans but he could have her replaced by "any number of bimbos and airheads;" he went on to say she would continue to be employed so long as she didn't become "an ungrateful bitch;" when McMahon turned his back, she threw up two middle fingers and took off her oversized shirt to reveal a bikini underneath:
Vader defeated WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown via count-out in a non-title match at 4:18 after ripping Brown's chest protector off and hitting a splash as both men were outside the ring; following his entrance, D-Lo took the mic and said Euro Disney had two new rides for him - the Sky High and the Lo-Down
Brawl for All Quarter-Finals: Bart Gunn defeated Steve Williams via KO at 1:12 of Round 3; late in the contest, the crowd chanted "Boring;" following the bout, Williams was tended to by officials; following the commercial break, footage was shown of Williams carried backstage by officials (The Atittude Era)
Owen Hart defeated Dan Severn via disqualification in an impromptu match when Ken Shamrock interfered at the 51-second mark and attacked Hart; following his entrance, Hart took the mic and said his win at Fully Loaded proved he was the baddest man in the WWF and issued an open challenge; moments later, Jason Sensation - as Owen - interrupted and started a "nugget" chant; as Owen walked up the ramp, Severn walked out in a business suit to accept Hart's challenge; late in the contest, Shamrock jumped out of the crowd to end the contest; after the bout, Severn locked a dragon sleeper on Shamrock, with officials, Sgt. Slaughter, and Steve Blackman intervening to break up the fight between Shamrock and Severn; following the commercial break, Michael Cole attempted to interview Shamrock backstage but he yelled at stormed off
Farooq & Scorpio fought Skull & 8-Ball (w/ Paul Ellering) to a no contest at 3:44 when Bradshaw, who provided guest commentary, fought with all the other wrestlers; earlier in the match, Bradshaw grabbed Jerry Lawler by his jacket, told him to call the match and stop making jokes; after the contest, Sgt. Slaughter came out and ordered Bradshaw backstage as officials kept the two teams apart
Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) and X-Pac defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock via count-out at 6:55 when the champion left ringside as Triple H and X-Pac were busy fighting in the ring; during Helmsley's pre-match "Suck it" promo, he noted it was his birthday
Brakus pinned Jesus Castillo with a spinebuster at the 52-second mark; prior to the match, footage was shown of Brakus's Brawl for All match against Savio Vega
Val Venis pinned Brian Christopher (w/ Scott Taylor) with a fisherman's suplex at 2:11 after knocking Taylor off the ring apron; prior to the bout, Venis cut a promo in which he compared himself to Disney World and said he was the ride of a lifetime; moments later, Kaientai appeared at the entrance stage with a sword and sausages; after the contest, WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku ran out to make the save for Venis; moments later, Yamaguchi-san took the mic and challenged Venis to a match the following week, and then cut a sausage in half with a sword before saying "We choppy choppy your pee pee"
Mark Henry & the Godfather defeated the Legion of Doom at 3:49 when Kama pinned Road Warrior Animal with a Death Valley Driver after Road Warrior Hawk fell off the top rope while attempting the Doomsday Device; prior to the bout, the Godfather brought several women ringside with him; during LOD's entrance, Road Warrior Hawk did not wear his traditional shoulder pads, and then tripped and fell while getting into the ring; during the match, Hawk appeared to nod off on the ring apron and the commentary team said they heard he received disturbing news in the past day; Animal worked the entirety of the match by himself
WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker defeated Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg at 8:11 when Austin pinned Road Dogg with the Stunner; prior to the bout, backstage footage was shown from a broadcast of WWE.com's Code Red; after the match, Taker dropped Gunn with the chokeslam; moments later, Austin drank a beer from the ramp and then threw one to Taker inside the ring; as Taker drank the beer, Kane & Mankind attacked Austin from behind at ringside, with Taker then going after them as the show ended

7/28/98; San Diego, CA; Sports Arena
8/3/98:
Golga (w/ Sable and the Oddities) defeated Marc Mero
Brawl for All Quarter-Finals: the Godfather defeated Scorpio
Kane & Mankind defeated Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg after a double team behind the referee's back
Road Warrior Hawk defeated Jeff Jarrett; after the match, Droz made the save for the LOD against Southern Justice
Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned X-Pac with the Pedigree after a low blow from Chyna; due to pre-match stipulations, Triple H became the #1 contender to the IC title; after the match, the two made up
Val Venis & Taka Michinoku fought Dick Togo & Sho Funaki to a no contest when Taka turned on his partner to join Kaientai
Dan Severn defeated WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown via disqualification when Ken Shamrock interfered, costing Severn the match; after the match, Edge attacked the champion on the ramp while Blackman tried to keep Severn and Shamrock apart
WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock & Owen Hart at around the 11-minute mark when Taker pinned Hart with the tombstone; during the bout, it was noted Owen Hart would face Ken Shamrock in a Lion's Den match at Summer Slam and the Rock would defend against Triple H; after the match, the two teams brawled with Kane & Mankind and the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn

8/10/98; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium
8/10/98 - featured Michael Cole conducting a backstage interview with WWF Tag Team Champion the Undertaker regarding his actions earlier in the show, with Taker saying he would explain his actions in the tag team title match later in the show:
Luna pinned Jackie
Brawl for All: Droz defeated Savio Vega
Southern Justice fought Road Warrior Animal & Droz to a no contest
Vader fought the Godfather to a no contest
Brawl for All: Bradshaw defeated Marc Mero
Kane & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg, WWF IC Champion the Rock & WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown (sub. for an injured Owen Hart), and WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker to win the titles when Kane pinned Taker with the chokeslam at 14:30 after Taker dropped Brown with the chokeslam and sent Gunn to the floor with a clothesline; during the ring entrances, it was announced Hart, Dan Severn, and Ken Shamrock would compete the following week in a triple threat match; stipulations stated that one partner could not pin the other partner, which Gunn & Road Dogg did several weeks earlier; before the match, Shamrock attacked Hart, with Triple H & X-Pac then fighting with the Rock; moments later, Steve Blackman, Sgt. Slaughter, and referees came out to force Shamrock to break the hold as it was noted Shamrock would face Hart in a Lions Den match at Summer Slam; following the commercial break, it was announced D-Lo would replace Hart in the match; after the contest, Taker appeared to not feel the effects of the chokeslam as he stared at Austin in the ring

8/11/98; Des Moines, IA
8/17/98:
Dan Severn fought Owen Hart and Ken Shamrock to a no contest in a triple threat match; Shamrock had Owen in the ankle lock and Severn had Shamrock in a chokehold, Owen then helped beat on Shamrock and the referee called for the bell; after the bout, Steve Blackman tried to make the save but he was choked by Severn as well
Brawl for All Semi Finals: Bart Gunn defeated the Godfather
Gangrel pinned Brian Christopher
Skull & 8-Ball (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Faarooq & Scorpio when DOA switched places, as the referee was distracted by DX and the Nation fighting at ringside, and Scorpion was pinned
DX fought the Nation to a no contest in a street fight when Southern Justice & Jeff Jarrett interfered and helped in beating down DX
Sable defeated Jackie via disqualification in an arm wrestling match when Jackie pushed the table onto Sable, after the contest, Jackie broke the Bikini Contest trophy over Sable; moments thereafter, the Oddities made the save and Sable was carried to the back by the Giant Silva
Brawl for All Semi Finals: Bradshaw defeated Droz
Kaientai (w/ Mr. & Mrs. Yamaguchi-san) defeated Val Venis in a gauntlet match when, after Venis defeated all the other members, he was pinned by Taka Michinoku following the Michinoku Driver; after the bout, Mrs. Yamaguchi-san then slapped Venis; had Venis won, he would have earned 5 minutes in the ring with Yamaguchi-san

8/24/98; Philadelphia, PA; Corestates Center
8/24/98:
Ken Shamrock defeated Dan Severn via disqualification at 2:54 when Owen Hart interfered; Steve Blackman made the save after the match but was met with a suplex by Shamrock; moments later, Blackman returned the favor
Kurrgan (w/ Sable, Luna, & the Oddities) defeated Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) via disqualification at 1:40 after suffering a low blow
The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Southern Justice at 3:15 after Gunn hit a piledriver on Mark Cantabury; after the bout, Southern Justice and Jeff Jarrett attacked a cameraman and shaved his head
WWF Tag Team Champion Kane fought WWF Tag Team Champion Mankind to a no contest in a Hell in a Cell match at 7:30 when Steve Austin came up from under the ring and attacked Kane (Hell in a Cell)
X-Pac defeated Gangrel via disqualification when Jeff Jarrett interfered and hit X-Pac with a guitar
Brawl for All Finals: Bart Gunn defeated Bradshaw via TKO

8/31/98; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
Raw Saturday Night - 9/5/98:
Ken Shamrock & Steve Blackman fought the DOA (w/ Paul Ellering) to a no contest when the Undertaker and Kane interfered
Val Venis fought Vader to a no contest when the Undertaker and Kane interfered
The Rock & Mark Henry defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg (w/ Chyna) via disqualification when Chyna attacked Henry
Southern Justice defeated the Headbangers when Dennis Knight pinned Mosh with the Problem Solver
X-Pac fought WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown to a no contest when Jeff Jarrett attacked X-Pac, the Undertaker and Kane attempted to attack D-Lo, and the Rock made the save
Edge fought Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) to a no contest when Gangrel attacked Edge and the Undertaker and Kane attacked Mero
Kurrgan & the Giant Silva (w/ Golga, Luna, & the ICP) defeated Road Warrior Animal & Droz when a drunken Road Warrior Hawk interfered and was chokeslammed and pinned by Silva
Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor defeated Miguel Perez & Jesus Castillo after Brian Christopher hit the legdrop off the top
Jeff Jarrett defeated Scorpio via disqualification when X-Pac interfered; the Undertaker and Kane attacked Scorpio after the match until Taker chased off Vince McMahon at ringside

9/1/98; Lowell, MA; Tsongas Arena
Raw Saturday Night - 9/12/98:
Edge defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification after Southern Justice interfered and Jarrett hit Edge with his guitar
Bradshaw pinned Droz by using the ropes for leverage
Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) pinned Miguel Perez with the TKO
The DOA (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Kurrgan & Golga (w/ Luna, ICP, & Giant Silva) via disqualification when the ICP interfered; the DOA destroyed the ICP before leaving on their motorcycles
Southern Justice defeated Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor when Dennis Knight pinned Scott Taylor with the Problem Solver inverted DDT
Vader pinned Dustin Runnels with the Vader Bomb
D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry defeated the Headbangers via disqualification when Chyna interfered and attacked Henry before going after everyone else in the ring; DX eventually calmed her down
WWF IC Champion Triple H, X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg (w/ Chyna) defeated Kaientai (w/ Yamaguchi San) when X-Pac pinned Sho Funaki with an assisted X-Factor

9/14/98; San Jose, CA; Arena
9/14/98:
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Southern Justice) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg (w/ X-Pac & Billy Gunn) after hitting him with pieces of a broken guitar
The Rock pinned Kane (w/ the Undertaker) after Mankind interfered and hit Kane with a sledgehammer
WWF IC Champion Triple H (w/ Chyna & X-Pac) pinned Owen Hart (w/ Mark Henry) with the Pedigree
Mankind fought the Undertaker (w/ Kane) to a no contest in a streetfight at around the 7-minute mark when the Rock came out of one of the Dumpsters positioned ringside, attacked Taker as he attempted to hit Mankind with a sledgehammer, pushed Mankind into the front row to protect him, and went backstage; both participants came to the ring in possession of a sledgehammer; after the bout, Taker and Kane stalked Rock backstage (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
Gangrel fought Edge to a no contest after hitting the DDT on the floor
Mark Henry defeated X-Pac & Chyna (w/ Triple H) in a handicap match by catching Chyna coming off the top rope and hitting a powerslam
Sable defeated Jackie (w/ Marc Mero) in an evening gown match
WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought Ken Shamrock to a no contest when the Undertaker, Kane, Mankind, and the Rock interfered

9/15/98; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena
9/21/98 - featured Kevin Kelly, Jim Cornette, & Shane McMahon on commentary:
WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn pinned Jeff Jarrett
The Headbangers fought the Oddities to a no contest when the Headbangers destroyed Golga's Cartman doll before the match
Skull & 8-Ball (w/ Paul Ellering) fought Mark Cantabury & Dennis Knight to a no contest when Jeff Jarrett came ringside and broke his guitar over Ellering's head
The Undertaker & Kane defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin & WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn
Al Snow pinned Sgt. Slaughter in a Boot Camp Match after hitting him with Head; after the match, Snow fought off an attack from Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson thanks to help from Scorpio; due to prematch stipulations, Snow earned a contract with the WWF
Val Venis defeated Owen Hart via disqualification when Dustin Runnels interfered; after the match, Val beat on Dustin before showing him a porn video starring Val and Dustin's ex-wife Marlena
X-Pac pinned WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown to win the title at 5:16 after hitting the facebuster as the champion came off the top
Jackie (w/ Marc Mero) pinned Sable when Marc Mero held Sable's legs down during the cover as Sable attempted a suplex into the ring; due to prematch stipulations, Jackie won the reinstated WWF Women's Championship
The Rock, Mankind, and Ken Shamrock fought to a no contest when the Undertaker and Kane came ringside with Vince McMahon, with Taker and Kane assaulting all three participants, eventually hitting a double chokeslam on Rock; the bout was made to determine the #1 contender to the world title

9/28/98; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena
9/28/98 - featured an opening video package using the pay-per-view intro from Breakdown; included an in-ring segment in which Vince McMahon came to the ring in possession of the WWF World Title, accompanied by security, Sgt. Slaughter, Gerald Brisco, and Pat Patterson; McMahon then took the mic and said he could have done things differently but Steve Austin wanted to do things the hard way; he went on to say Austin would not receive a rematch for the title but he was dedicating the night to Austin's career and he was naming it Stone Cold Steve Austin Night; he said a new champion would be crowned later in the night and they would earn the official WWF World Title belt, not the Smoking Skull belt McMahon took from Austin; McMahon said Austin's belt would go above his fireplace, on his mantle, in one of his homes and then had Slaughter put the belt around his waist; during the segment, police were shown outside the building awaiting Austin's arrival; featured a segment in which Jerry Lawler said what had been reported in the media about his recent altercation with Jim Carrey was not all of the story; included an outdoor shot of WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn leaving the arena with his bag; featured an in-ring segment in which McMahon, with his security and cabinet, came out to the ring, decked out in red carpet, to present the new WWF World Title belt to the new champion; McMahon introduced Kane and the Undertaker, with Austin then appearing outside and driving a zamboni into the arena; Austin then stood on the top of it and jumped inside the ring, decking McMahon with a clothesline; Austin was quickly taken into handcuffs and pulled away from McMahon as Kane and Taker watched; Austin was later taken away by police, with Vince storming his way backstage and yelling "You go to jail, you son of a bitch" as Austin was loaded into a police car; during the segment, there were audio issues blamed on Austin driving the zamboni into the arena; following the commercial break, McMahon stood in the ring with Taker and Kane and blamed them for not doing their part to keep Austin away from him, then adding they would have to fight for the vacant title at Judgment Day with Austin as the referee; McMahon then said he would be at the pay-per-view, adding Taker & Kane would face the Rock, Ken Shamrock, & Mankind later in the show in a handicap match; McMahon went on to say Taker & Kane were handicapped with Taker telling him to watch his ass; moments later, McMahon got caught giving Taker & Kane the middle finger, with the two double teaming him and assaulting McMahon's knee; they finished by slamming the ring steps onto McMahon's knee; following the commercial break, McMahon was tended to backstage by referees, medics, Patterson, and Brisco; included Michael Cole conducting a backstage interview with Shamrock about his involvement in the night's main event; featured Cole conducting a backstage interview with the Rock about being the #1 contender to the WWF World Title and being part of the night's main event; included a backstage segment which implied Terri Runnels was giving Val Venis oral sex; featured Cole conducting a backstage interview with Mankind about his participation in the main event:
Southern Justice (w/ Jeff Jarrett) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg via disqualification at 3:01 when Road Dogg smashed Jarrett's guitar over one of the challengers as Gunn attempted a piledriver on the same opponent; the champions cut a promo during their entrance; after the bout, the champions argued over the match before WWF European Champion X-Pac came out to intervene, with Gunn accidentally striking X-Pac in his injured eye before walking off; Triple H, in a wheelchair, and Chyna in the aisle tried to talk to Gunn but he walked past them
Owen Hart fought Dan Severn to a no contest in a submission match at 2:14 when the match was stopped after Severn sustained a modified piledriver and couldn't move; Severn came ringside with his NWA World Title and UFC Heavyweight Title; during Severn's entrance, Michael Cole was shown outside the DX locker room in which yelling and screaming were heard coming from within; following the commercial break, Severn - on a stretcher - was loaded into the back of an ambulance
Al Snow pinned Vader (w/ Sgt. Slaughter) at 2:38 after hitting him with Head behind the referee's back; during the match, it was noted the Breakdown encore airing would be the following night
D-Lo Brown defeated Edge, Marc Mero, Jeff Jarrett, Gangrel, and Droz in an elimination match at 5:12; stipulations stated the winner would earn a WWF European Title match the following week; Edge pinned Gangrel at 1:06 with a la magistral cradle; Jarrett and Droz were counted-out at 3:32 when they fought each other on the floor; Edge pinned Mero at 4:39 when Brown hit the Lo Down on Mero when Edge moved out of the way; D-Lo pinned Edge with the Sky High after Edge became distracted by Gangrel and the unknown man at ringside
Farooq pinned Mark Henry at 1:15 when guest referee Chyna hit a low blow on Henry, with Farooq falling on top for the win; after the match, a man came out and handed Chyna papers, which she tore up and walked away
Kurrgan & Golga (w/ the Insane Clown Posse, Luna Vachon, & the Giant Silva) defeated the Headbangers at 2:00 when Kurrgan pinned Mosh with a splash after the ICP tripped Mosh from the floor; prior to the bout, Golga was shown with a new Cartman doll, after the other one was destroyed the previous week (The Attitude Era Blu-ray)
Val Venis (w/ Terri Runnels) defeated WWF European Champion X-Pac via disqualification at 3:15 when X-Pac and Chyna double teamed Venis outside the ring; following his entrance, Venis took the mic and cut a promo about being in Detroit; the champion's right eye was taped for the contest; late in the match, Terri interfered on behalf of the challenger, prompting Chyna to come ringside; following the contest, Venis and Terri kissed in the ring before Goldust's music began playing; he then was heard saying "Hey Val, I told you he was coming back" as gold dust fell from the rafters
The Rock, Ken Shamrock, & Mankind defeated the Undertaker & Kane in a handicap match at 12:51 when Rock pinned Taker with the Rock Bottom; following Shamrock and Mankind's entrances, the two brawled in the ring until Shamrock knocked Mankind to the floor; moments later, after Rock made his entrance, he and Mankind fought with Shamrock until Taker & Kane appeared (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)

9/29/98; East Lansing, MI; Breslin Arena
10/5/98 - featured footage of Vince McMahon at the medical facility, yelling at the nurse; included footage of the Oddities playing football earlier in the day; featured a segment in which the nurse told McMahon that he had a visitor, with Mankind then coming in with balloons and chocolate to make him feel better; Mankind then introduced Yurple the Clown, and then used a sock puppet named Mr. Socko; moments later, McMahon yelled at them to both leave (Mr. Socko's debut); featured a vignette promoting the debut of Steven Regal; included Michael Cole attempting to get a backstage interview with Owen Hart, leaving the arena with his bags, with Owen only saying "It's over, I'm done;" Terri Poch (Tori) was shown sitting behind the commentary team during the broadcast; featured footage of McMahon at the hospital in which he demanded to see another nurse; included footage of Steve Austin driving into the arena the previous week with a zamboni, attacking McMahon, and being arrested; featured footage of McMahon in his hospital bed, with Austin then attacking him while dressed as a doctor; Austin then hit McMahon with his bed pan, punched McMahon's leg, and then used an enema on him:
D-Lo Brown (w/ Mark Henry) pinned WWF European Champion X-Pac (w/ Chyna) with the frog splash and grabbing the tights for leverage to win the title at 5:17 after Henry caught the champion on the floor and rammed him into the ringpost; during the bout, an unknown man came ringside, handed Chyna a piece of paper, and jumped into the crowd; Henry laughed after Chyna read it
The Headbangers fought the Insane Clown Posse to a no contest in an impromptu match; prior to the bout, the Headbangers cut an in-ring promo in which they challenged the ICP to a match, then telling them to send the Oddities backstage when the ICP finally appeared; moments later, the ICP was assaulted, eventually sustaining steel chairshots to the head; moments later, the Oddities returned ringside and made the save, with the Headbangers then taking the mic and telling the ICP they sucked
Marc Mero (w/ WWF Women's Champion Jacquiline) pinned Vader at 4:14 with the Shooting Star Press after a low blow behind the referee's back, moments after Vader caught an interfering Jacquline as she jumped off the top rope; Sable provided guest commentary for the bout; after the contest, Jacquline took the mic and challenged Sable to get in the ring; moments later, Sable stepped in the ring, with Mero intervening and saying she could never satisfy him; Sable then slapped Mero before Jacquline decked Sable from behind and cut off some of her hair
Edge defeated Owen Hart via forfeit; prior to the bout, it was announced Gangrel's new friend was named Christian and he was Edge's younger brother; during Hart's entrance, footage was shown of the injury the previous week to Dan Severn and trying to walk out of his Sunday Night Heat match with WWF European Champion X-Pac; upon his entrance, wearing street clothes, Owen took the mic and said he never meant for anyone to get hurt and apologized, then broke down crying before he left the ring
Ken Shamrock pinned Kane with a belly to belly suplex off the top at 7:12, moments after the Undertaker appeared ringside and caused Kane to crotch himself on the top rope
Val Venis (w/ Terri Runnels) defeated Gangrel (w/ Christian) via count-out at 2:35 when Gangrel and Christian double teamed an interfering Edge outside the ring; following his entrance, Venis cut a promo about his Magic Johnson; Edge came out of the crowd late in the contest and confronted Christian at ringside; at several points during the match, Jim Ross referred to Christian as "Christopher;" following the contest, an usher handed a gold envelope to Venis; Venis read it, with Goldust's music playing and his voice saying he would return the following week
Al Snow defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification at 4:17 after Sgt. Slaughter, who came ringside early in the bout, caused Snow to crotch himself on the top rope
WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg (w/ X-Pac & Chyna) pinned Mark Henry (w/ WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown) at 3:41 after Chyna decked D-Lo at ringside, with X-Pac then hitting Henry with the X-Factor behind the referee's back; prior to the match, Road Dogg came out with both tag team title belts and a blow up doll dressed as WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn; during the match, the commentary team noted Henry had sued Chyna for sexual harassment
The Undertaker pinned the Rock at 12:48 with a tombstone onto a steel chair in the ring; early in the match, WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry appeared ringside, with Kane coming out moments later; D-Lo and Henry returned backstage moments later; during the final moments of the match, with the referee knocked down, Kane hit Taker with a steel chair and went backstage as Rock followed with the Rock Bottom

10/12/98; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum
10/12/98:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn fought Road Warrior Animal & Droz to a no contest when the challengers went to save Road Warrior Hawk - who did guest commentary for the match - from a beating at the hands of the DOA on the floor as the Headbangers attacked the champions inside the ring, busting a boom box over the head of the Road Dogg
WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter-Finals: Ken Shamrock defeated Steve Blackman via submission with the ankle lock at 2:30; after the match, the Blue Blazer attacked both men before running off; once he regained his senses, Shamrock again applied the ankle lock on Blackman
WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter-Finals: Val Venis (w/ Terri) pinned Marco Mero (w/ WWF Women's Champion Jackie) at 2:15 with the fisherman's suplex after Mero became distracted by Terri; after the bout, Venis and Mero broke up a fight between Jackie and Terri
WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter-Finals: Mankind defeated Mark Henry via submission to the Mandible Claw at 3:18; Chyna stood at ringside for the duration of the match; following Mankind's entrance, footage was shown of Michael Cole conducting a backstage interview with Mankind earlier in the night in which he discussed his upcoming match against Ken Shamrock at Judgment Day and said the recent chairshot he took from Shamrock was the weakest of his career; during Henry's entrance, it was noted he would face the Rock at Judgment Day; footage was then shown from earlier in the day of Henry reciting a poem backstage about how much he would like to go out with Chyna; late in the bout, there were chants of "Socko" (debut of Mr. Socko as a finisher) (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter-Finals: X-Pac pinned Jeff Jarrett at 3:09 with a roll up after Jarrett opened his guitar case to find Head in the place of his guitar; after the contest, Al Snow regained Head
WWF IC Title Tournament Semi-Finals: Ken Shamrock defeated Val Venis via submission at 4:35 with the ankle lock; after the bout, Venis was attacked by Goldust
WWF IC Title Tournament Semi-Finals: X-Pac pinned Mankind at 3:17 with a roll up after Shamrock came ringside and distracted Mankind; Shamrock immediately attacked X-Pac after the contest
WWF IC Title Tournament Finals: Ken Shamrock defeated X-Pac at 3:57 via submission to the ankle lock to win the title; Triple H did guest commentary for the match; after the contest, Mankind and Triple H helped the injured X-Pac
Steve Austin & the Rock fought Kane & the Undertaker to a no contest when D-Lo Brown and the Godfather attacked Rock on the floor and a masked man attacked Austin with a nightstick; the masked man was later revealed to be the Big Bossman as he, the Undertaker, and Kane continued to beat on Austin (Bossman's surprise return after a 5-year absence)

10/19/98; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center
10/19/98:
WWF European Champion X-Pac (w/ Chyna) pinned WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock with the X-Factor; Chyna was arrested during the match
The Headbangers defeated Road Warrior Animal & Droz when Droz was pinned with a roll up after he became distracted by Road Warrior Hawk
Steve Blackman defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) via disqualification when the Blue Blazer interfered and attacked Blackman; Al Snow came to make the save but was given a guitar shot by Jarrett
The Rock pinned D-Lo Brown (w/ Mark Henry) by catching D-Lo coming off the top and hitting the Rock Bottom; Henry attacked Rock after the match
Val Venis (w/ Terri) pinned Mankind after Ken Shamrock interfered and hit Mankind with a chair
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) fought Kane to a no contest in a casket match when the casket broke

10/20/98; Madison, WI; Kohl Center
10/26/98:
WWF European Champion X-Pac defeated Steve Blackman via disqualification when Steven Regal interfered and attacked the champion
The Rock pinned Droz (w/ the Legion of Doom) with the Rock Bottom and People's Elbow
Kane defeated Gangrel via disqualification when Edge and Christian interfered
The Godfather fought Tiger Ali Singh to a double disqualification when the participants began brawling
Kaientai defeated the Oddities & the Insane Clown Posse via disqualification when the ICP threw the referee across the ring
Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) defeated Goldust via disqualification after Goldust hit the Shattered Dreams; after the match, Sable challenged Jackie to a match at Survivor Series
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Mankind & Al Snow when Road Dogg pinned Mankind with a roll up; after the match, the champions were attacked by Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown
Steve Austin defeated WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock via TKO in a non-title match after hitting him with a chair and using his hand to tap out; earlier in the match, the referee was knocked out and Mankind attacked Shamrock

11/2/98; Houston, TX; Compaq Center
11/2/98:
Edge, Gangrel, & Christian fought X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg to a no contest at 4:30 when Kane interfered and hit a chokeslam on several of the participants
Road Warrior Hawk fought Droz to a no contest when Droz attacked Hawk, who was obviously unable to compete, until Road Warrior Animal called him off
Kurrgan & Golga (w/ Luna & the Giant Silva) defeated Al Snow & Mankind at 4:36 when Golga pinned Snow with the sit-down splash following a chokeslam from Kurrgan; Mankind spent the entire match looking for the missing Mr. Socko
Goldust fought Steven Regal to a no contest at around 5:00 when Kane interfered as Regal was set up for the Shattered Dreams, attacked both men, and attempted to hit a chokeslam on Terri Runnels - who came ringside to distract Goldust - until a number of officials intervened; Tony Garea ended up sustaining a chokeslam
The Rock defeated WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock via disqualification at 8:00 when the champion used a steel chair as a weapon; due to prematch stipulations made by Vince McMahon before the match, since Rock did not win the title then he would not be involved in the Survivor Series world title tournament nor would he be the #1 contender
Val Venis defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) via disqualification at 2:30 when the Blue Blazer interfered and crotched Venis on the top rope
The Headbangers fought D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry to a no contest at 5:30 when Kane interfered and attacked several of the officials; the match was to have determined the #1 contenders for the tag team titles

11/3/98; Dallas, TX; Reunion Arena
11/9/98:
X-Pac fought the Undertaker to a no contest when Kane interfered; during the melee, Kane attempted to shoot a fireball into the Undertaker’s face but X-Pac sustained the blow instead
Val Venis defeated Steve Blackman via disqualification when Terri Runnels, who had been sent backstage by Val, returned ringside and his Val in the groin; moments later, Blackman was attacked by Jeff Jarrett and the Blue Blazer
Headbanger Mosh defeated the Road Dogg and D-Lo Brown; after the match, Billy Gunn cleared the ring; Shane McMahon was the referee for the match
Goldust defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) via disqualification when Jarrett hit his opponent with a guitar after Goldust kissed Debra on the ring apron, moments after Terri Runnels came ringside to distract Goldust
Steven Regal pinned Golga (w/ the Oddities) with a DDT; during the match, Regal unmasked Golga (the match was not televised due to the unmasking)
WWF Hardcore Champion Mankind pinned WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock by pinning him on the rampway; during the match, Vince McMahon, the Big Bossman, Gerald Brisco, and Pat Patterson interfered on behalf of Mankind; only the hardcore title was on the line; this was the 1st defense of the hardcore championship
Kane defeated Edge (w/ Gangrel & Christian) via disqualification when Gangrel and Christian interfered; after the match, Kane hit a chokeslam on all three, poured gasoline on them, and attempted to use a blowtorch until officials intervened
The Rock pinned Mark Henry (w/ D-Lo Brown) with the People’s Elbow, despite interference from D-Lo and the Big Bossman; after the match, the Rock fought off McMahon’s Stooges before bringing Vince himself, who watched the match from ringside, into the ring and hit the Rock Bottom and People’s Elbow; Shane McMahon was the referee for the match; due to prematch stipulations, the Rock regained his spot in the Survivor Series world title tournament

11/16/98; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena
11/16/98:
WWF European Champion X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Golga, Kurrgan, & the Giant Silva (w/ Luna Vachon & the ICP) when Gunn pinned Golga at 2:52 after Shaggy 2 Dope interfered and accidentally hit an elbow drop off the top onto Golga behind the referee’s back
Val Venis pinned Mark Henry (w/ D-Lo Brown) with a roll up at 2:37 after Henry became distracted by Chyna at ringside
Steve Blackman & Goldust defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) & the Blue Blazer at 2:09 when Blackman pinned the Blazer with a martial arts kick; after the bout, Blackman attempted to unmasked the Blazer until he was double teamed by Owen Hart and Jarrett
The Godfather fought Steven Regal to a no contest when Regal accepted Godfather’s hoes but then attacked him when the Godfather made an offhand remark about England being “nothing but a place full of fags”
WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock fought the Big Bossman to a double disqualification at 3:57 when both men hit the referee when he stepped between them; after the bout, Vince & Shane McMahon came to the ring with Vince separating the two wrestlers before recruiting Shamrock into the Corporation
Edge & Gangrel defeated Road Warrior Animal & Droz via count-out at 2:15 when Animal and Droz left the ring to see what Road Warrior Hawk was doing on the Titan Tron; moments later, after Paul Elloring came out to try to talk Hawk down, Droz climbed up and subtly pushed Hawk off the Titan Tron
Steve Austin defeated WWF World Champion the Rock (w/ the Big Bossman, Ken Shamrock, Vince & Shane McMahon) via disqualification at 6:00 when the Undertaker interfered and hit Austin with a shovel; earlier in the contest, Mankind came out to counter the presence of the Corporation but was attacked on the floor

11/17/98; Columbus, OH; Schottenstein Center
11/23/98:
The Headbangers defeated the Oddities at 1:30 when Mosh pinned Golga with a roll up after the ICP turned on the Oddities
Steve Blackman pinned the Blue Blazer with a kick to the chest at 2:50; Owen Hart prevented Blackman from taking the mask off the Blazer following the match
Edge & Gangrel defeated Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown at 7:06 when Gangrel pinned Henry with a roll up after Chyna came ringside; after the match, Chyna agreed to go on a date with Mark
Goldust fought Marc Mero to a no contest at 3:58 after Terri Runnels and Jackie attacked both men
WWF Hardcore Champion Mankind defeated the Big Bossman and WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock in a three way match at 8:25 after Al Snow interfered and hit Shamrock with Head
Duane Gill pinned WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Christian to win the title at 2:25 after the JOB Squad interfered and Scorpio hit a splash onto Christian
Tiger Ali Singh fought the Godfather to a no contest when Steven Regal interfered and attacked the Godfather before the match began; Val Venis made the save moments thereafter
Scorpio & Bob Holly defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn in a non-title match at 5:21 when Scorpio pinned Gunn after Mankind interfered and hit Gunn with a snowblower
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned WWF European Champion X-Pac at 8:32 after Shawn Michaels interfered, took a chair from the champion, and hit X-Pac over the head with it; Steve Austin fended off the Corporation following the match, hitting Stunners on them as well as Shane McMahon, X-Pac, and the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn

11/30/98; Baltimore, MD; Arena
11/30/98:
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Gangrel & Edge via disqualification at 2:57 when Christian hit Gunn with one of the tag belts; after the match, Ken Shamrock & the Big Bossman attacked the champions
Goldust defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification at 3:26 when Owen Hart interfered; after the match, the Blue Blazer attacked Owen, later revieling himself to be Steve Blackman
The Big Bossman (w/ Shawn Michaels) defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Mankind in a ladder match to win the title at 6:11 after WWF World Champion the Rock dropped the champion with a Rock Bottom; prior to the bout, Mankind was escorted to the ring by Al Snow, WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Duane Gill, Bob Holly, & Scorpio before Michaels sent them all backstage; Michaels provided guest commentary for the bout, during which he held up score cards with low numbers when Mankind hit an offensive move; the Rock appeared late in the match and aided in double teaming Mankind; after the bout, Michaels took possession of Mankind's Mr. Socko sock and then stomped him before the Rock did the same; Michaels then poked and hit Mankind with Bossman's nightstick before Mankind fell to the floor (Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn)
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Duane Gill pinned Marc Mero at 2:11 after the Blue Meanie pushed Mero off the top as he prepared to hit the Shooting Star Press; Mero announced before the match that if he were to lose, he would retire
WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock defeated WWF European Champion X-Pac via disqualification at 4:41 when Triple H interfered; the Big Bossman attacked X-Pac thanks to Shawn Micahels' distracting the referee, which led to Triple H coming to the ring; only X-Pac's title was on the line in the match
Val Venis defeated Tiger Ali Singh (w/ Baboo) via disqualification at 2:58 after Marlena interfered and gave Val a low blow; Farooq & Bradshaw attacked Tiger and Baboo after the match
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned Al Snow with the Rock Bottom at 4:58

12/1/98; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
12/7/98:
D-Lo Brown (w/ Mark Henry) pinned Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) with a roll up at 2:24 when both Jarrett and Debra became distracted by Goldust who came ringside wearing nothing but a trench coat and flashed Debra
The Headbangers defeated Edge & Gangrel (w/ Christian) via disqualification at 2:07 when the Oddities, Tiger Ali Singh, and Babu came ringside and Golga hit the sit-down splash on Mosh
Goldust pinned Owen Hart with an inside cradle at 4:20, despite Jeff Jarrett and Debra coming ringside and Debra flashing Goldust
The Acolytes fought Val Venis & the Godfather to a no contest at the 48-second mark when all four men began brawling in and outside of the ring
Steve Blackman pinned Tiger Ali Singh with a thrust kick at 2:14; after the bout, Blackman fought off an interfering Blue Blazer before being attacked by Owen Hart and having the dragon sleeper applied on the ramp way
Mark Henry (w/ D-Lo Brown) pinned Droz (w/ Road Warrior Animal) with a splash at 3:27 after Chyna got on the ring apron and slapped Droz
WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock & the Big Bossman defeated Triple H & X-Pac (w/ Chyna) in an anything goes match via disqualification at 8:19 when Commissioner Shawn Michaels gave Billy Gunn, who came ringside with the Road Dogg mid-way through the bout, a steel chair to use on Helmsley - but Gunn instead hit Shamrock over the head with the chair
Steve Austin & Mankind defeated WWF World Champion the Rock & the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at 8:20 when WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock and WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman interfered; Mankind was double teamed in the ring to start the match, with Austin coming out moments later and the four men brawling in the aisle; after the bout, Mankind was handcuffed to the ring rope as Austin was tied by druids to Taker's symbol and raised high above the stage (The Atittude Era)

12/14/98; Tacoma, WA; Tacoma Dome
12/14/98:
Val Venis & the Godfather defeated Edge & Gangrel when Val scored the pin with the fisherman’s suplex
Goldust defeated the Blue Blazer via disqualification when Jeff Jarrett interfered as Goldust attempted the Shattered Dreams; after the bout, Steve Blackman made the save and unmasked the Blazer to reveal him as being Owen Hart
Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown (w/ Terri & Jackie) defeated Al Snow & Bob Holly when Henry pinned Holly with a bodyslam after Jackie interfered
WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock & WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman (w/ Shawn Michaels) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn to win the titles when Gunn submitted to Shamrock’s ankle lock after Michaels hit the title holder in the ankle with Bossman’s nightstick
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) pinned Steve Blackman in a guitar on a pole match after Owen Hart interfered with a second guitar
Kane fought Mankind to a no contest when Vince McMahon challenged Mankind to a streetfight as Kane was put in a straightjacket by orderlies; moments thereafter, the Corporation came to McMahon’s aid as he was being attacked backstage
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned Triple H after Shawn Michaels hit the challenger with the title belt and Test interfered (Test's debut)

12/15/98; Spokane, WA; Arena
12/21/98:
Al Snow pinned Gangrel with the Snow Plow
Billy Gunn pinned WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock in a non-title match; WWF Commissioner Shawn Michaels made the match non-title after the bout was over
Steve Blackman defeated the Blue Blazer via disqualification when Owen Hart interfered; Goldust helped Blackman after the match and unmasked the Blazer to reveal him as Jeff Jarrett
The Road Dogg pinned WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman to win the title
Bob Holly & Scorpio defeated the Acolytes via disqualification when the Acolytes were unnecesarily violent
Mankind defeated Shane McMahon via disqualification when the Corporation interfered; DX made the save
The Headbangers defeated D-Lo Brown in a handicap match after D-Lo's partner, Mark Henry, was being whipped backstage by Marlena & Jackie
WWF World Champion the Rock & Test defeated Triple H & X-Pac via disqualification when Kane interfered and chokeslammed every member of DX

12/28/98; Albany, NY; Pepsi Arena
12/28/98:
Val Venis defeated WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg via disqualification when Test interfered and attacked Venis; after the match, Vince McMahon ordered Road Dogg to defend the title again later in the night against Mankind
Edge defeated Al Snow via disqualification after Snow repeatedly hit Edge with Head
WWF European Champion X-Pac fought the Big Bossman to a no contest when Test and Val Venis interfered
Steve Blackman & Goldust defeated Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett when Blackman pinned Owen after Dan Severn distracted Owen from ringside
Triple H defeated Ken Shamrock via disqualification when Shamrock refused to let go of the ankle lock after Triple H had reached the ropes; DX and the Corporation brawled in the ring after the match
Kane defeated Billy Gunn via disqualification when X-Pac interfered
WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg pinned Mankind after the Rock interfered and executed the Rock Bottom on Mankind; after the match, Vince McMahon fired Shawn Michaels as commissioner, with Michaels hitting the superkick on McMahon in response

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