WWF / WWE RAW (1993-Present)

1999

12/29/98; Worcester, MA; Centrum
1/4/99:
Steve Blackman pinned WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock in a non-title match after Billy Gunn interfered
Goldust defeated Mark Henry via disqualification
The Godfather fought Test to a no contest
Triple H pinned Mankind in a match where the winner would earn a spot in the Royal Rumble; Mankind applied a submission hold on Shane McMahon after the match until Vince McMahon awarded him a world title shot later in the night
Edge fought D-Lo Brown to a no contest
Kane defeated Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco in a handicap match
WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg pinned Al Snow
Mankind (w/ Triple H, Billy Gunn, the Road Dogg, X-Pac, & Chyna) pinned WWF World Champion the Rock (w/ Vince & Shane McMahon, Test, WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock & WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman, Test, & Kane) to win the title in a No DQ match at 8:48 after Steve Austin interfered and hit the champion in the head with a steel chair as all members of DX and the Corporation battled around ringside; after the match, DX hoisted Mankind on their shoulders in victory (Mick Foley - Greatest Hits & Misses, The Best of Raw 15th Anniversary)

1/11/99; Houston, TX; Compaq Center
1/11/99 - featured the Undertaker "sacrificing" Dennis Knight and transforming him into Mideon:
Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) defeated Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg (w/ Chyna); due to prematch stipulations, Owen & Jarrett became the #1 contenders to the tag team titles
Luna Vachon pinned Gillberg
WWF European Champion X-Pac pinned Al Snow after Goldust interfered and hit Snow with Head
Kane defeated WWF World Champion Mankind via disqualification when the Rock interfered and hit the challenger with a chair before doing the same to the champion; Steve Austin came to the ring after the match and hit the Stunner on both competitors before chasing the Rock backstage
Triple H defeated Edge
Chyna won the 10-person Corporate Rumble by last eliminating Vince McMahon at 10:50; order of entry: WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock (0:00), Billy Gunn (0:56), the Big Bossman (1:18), Test (2:21) (Road Dogg's music accidentally played when Test came out), WWF European Champion X-Pac (3:32), the Road Dogg (4:42), Kane (6:10), Triple H (7:13), Vince McMahon (w/ Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco) (9:07), and Chyna (10:47); order of elimination: Shamrock eliminated himself while diving onto Gunn outside the ring (0:04); Shamrock assaulted Gunn around ringside after the elimination, repeatedly ramming him into the steel ring steps until the Bossman came out; Gunn by Test via a reversal into a hiptoss (3:57); Road Dogg by Kane via a clothesline (6:33); Test by Kane via a choke throw after Test accidentally hit a clothesline on Kane (7:35); Kane by Triple H & X-Pac via a double clothesline (7:40); X-Pac by Bossman (7:42); Triple H & Bossman by McMahon (9:11); after the elimination, McMahon celebrated in the ring with Patterson & Brisco and tore his shirt like Hulk Hogan, believing there were no other entrants and he had won; McMahon by Chyna when, after Chyna knocked down Patterson & Brisco on the floor, Steve Austin came out and distracted McMahon from the floor; stipulations stated the winner would be the #30 entrant in the Royal Rumble match; Shane McMahon provided guest commentary for the match (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)

Taped 1/12/99; Beaumont, TX
1/18/99:
WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg pinned Gangrel outside the ring after a chairshot; the champion appeared to have suffered a legit injury after being powerbombed through a table
Test pinned Billy Gunn; after the match, Ken Shamrock attacked Gunn and applied the ankle lock
Steve Blackman defeated Dan Severn via disqualification after Severn hit a low blow
WWF World Champion Mankind defeated the Big Bossman via disqualification after the Rock interfered, hit Mankind with a chair, and hit a Rock Bottom onto the chair
Al Snow pinned Goldust by reversing a small package; due to prematch stipulations, Snow recaptured possession of Head; after the bout, Goldust hit the Shattered Dreams on Snow and hit him with Head before leaving ringside with Head
Chyna defeated Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco in a handicap match at 6:01 by sitting on both men following DDTs; Brisco wore a Brisco Brothers Body Shop T-shirt for the match; during the bout, it was noted Patterson's birthday was the following day; late in the contest, after blinding Chyna with powder to her eyes, Patterson fondled her breasts; the action was blurred on the screen (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
Kane defeated the Rock via disqualification after the Corporation attacked Kane; prior to the match beginning, Kane was attacked by the Corporation; after the match, Mankind made the save and hit Rock with a chair after Rock became distracted by Steve Austin

1/25/99; Phoenix, AZ; America West Arena
1/25/99 - featured the announcement Mankind would challenge WWF World Champion the Rock six days later during Halftime Heat on USA; included the announcement that, despite Vince McMahon's victory the night before at the Royal Rumble, Steve Austin would challenge for the WWF World Title at WrestleMania but that Austin would face McMahon at St. Valentine's Day Massacre in a steel cage match:
Billy Gunn (w/ Triple H) pinned Goldust; the Blue Meanie came ringside during the match to steal back Head
Droz defeated George Steele; the Oddities made the save after the match
Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett defeated WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock & the Big Bossman to win the titles after the Blue Blazer interfered and hit Shamrock over the head with a guitar
Test pinned Val Venis after Ken Shamrock interfered and hit Val with a chair; Billy Gunn made the save until Val attacked him, thinking it was him that used the chair
Al Snow & WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg defeated Edge & Gangrel in a hardcore match after Snow used Head as a weapon; the Ministry attacked both Snow and Road Dogg after the match
WWF World Champion the Rock defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna) in an I Quit match at 9:12 when, as the challenger attempted to put Rock through the announce table with a Pedigree, the Big Bossman, Kane, WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock, & Test came to the ring and held Chyna hostage, with Bossman taking the mic and threatening to have Kane drop Chyna with a chokeslam if Triple H didn't quit; Triple H then quickly threw the match before tending to Chyna in the ring; moments later, he faced off against Kane before Chyna hit Triple H with a low blow and shoved him to the mat; Kane, Bossman, Test, and Shamrock then came back in the ring with Kane dropping Triple H with a chokeslam as Vince McMahon, Shane McMahon, Pat Patterson, and Gerald Brisco came out, with Vince and Shane hugging Chyna (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)

Taped 1/26/99; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center
2/1/99:
Val Venis defeated Billy Gunn via disqualification when Ken Shamrock interfered and hit Venis with a chair; after the bout, Venis - believing Gunn had attacked him from behind - hit Gunn with the chair
The Big Bossman pinned D-Lo Brown with the sidewalk slam
Darren Drozdov pinned Kurrgan with a shoulder block off the top after hitting him with a broom handle
The Undertaker, Viscera, & Mideon fought Edge, Christian, & Gangrel to a no contest when the Acolytes interfered
The Acolytes defeated the Road Dogg & Al Snow following a powerbomb on Road Dogg through a table after Viscera attacked Snow; after the match, the Brood were revealed to be the new members of the Ministry
Triple H defeated Kane in a steel cage match by escaping the cage after interference from both X-Pac and Chyna

2/8/99; Toronto, Ontario; Skydome
Raw Saturday Night - 2/13/99:
D-Lo Brown pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Jeff Jarrett at 1:11
Gillberg pinned Goldust at 1:35 after the Blue Meanie distracted Goldust
The Godfather defeated Viscera via disqualification at 1:22
X-Pac defeated Kane via disqualification at 2:58
The Rock pinned Steve Blackman at 3:50
Vince McMahon, WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock, Test, Kane, Chyna, & the Big Bossman defeated Steve Austin in a gauntlet match; Austin defeated Shamrock via disqualification at 1:34; Austin defeated Test at 2:35 via disqualification; Austin defeated Kane at 4:17 via disqualification; Austin defeated Chyna at 4:30 via disqualification; Austin defeated Bossman at 5:26 via disqualification; McMahon pinned Austin at 6:45

2/15/99; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center
2/15/99:
Debra & WWF Tag Team Champion Jeff Jarrett fought Ivory & D-Lo Brown to a no contest; after the match, Debra gave Ivory a guitar shot
WWF IC Champion Val Venis pinned Billy Gunn after Ryan Shamrock distracted Gunn; after the match, the champion dumped Ryan
Kane & Shane McMahon (w/ Chyna) defeated Triple H & WWF European Champion X-Pac at 4:22 when Shane pinned X-Pac after hitting him with the title belt, given to him by Chyna behind the referee's back; Shane came to the ring wearing a DX jersey with "X-Punk" written across it;" stipulations stated that if X-Pac was pinned, the winner of the fall would win the title belt (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
WWF Hardcore Champion Bob Holly pinned Steve Blackman after Droz interfered and hit Blackman with a steel rod; after the match, Bart Gunn challenged Holly for a title match the following week
The Big Bossman, Test, & Ken Shamrock fought Mideon & the Acolytes to a no contest when the Undertaker captured Shane McMahon on the ramp and gave him an envelope to give to Vince
The Rock defeated WWF World Champion Mankind in a ladder match to win the title at 13:00 after Paul Wight interfered as the champion had the Mandible Claw applied on the challenger and chokeslammed Mankind off the top of the ladder; following the entrances, Steve Austin appeared to do guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Rock knocked the ladder on top of Mankind who was laid out inside the ring; as the show came to a close, Austin slid into the ring behind the Rock and dropped him with the Stunner before holding up the title belt and throwing it back to the mat (The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment, Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn)

2/16/99; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena
2/22/99:
The Public Enemy defeated Edge & Gangrel via disqualification; after the bout, PE recieved a blood bath (Public Enemey's TV debut)
Billy Gunn fought Ken Shamrock to a no contest when a brawl ensued between Gunn, Shamrock, and Val Venis - who did guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Ryan Shamrock came ringside where Ken grabbed her and took her backstage
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett defeated D-Lo Brown in a handicap match after Jackie interfered and hit a dropkick off the top on D-Lo
WWF World Champion the Rock fought Paul Wight to a no contest when both men attacked guest referee Mankind after the bout began
Steve Blackman pinned Droz; after the bout, Droz attacked Blackman with his nunchucks
Goldust pinned WWF IC Champion Val Venis in a non-title match after the Blue Meanie interfered
WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly pined Bart Gunn at 8:18 when a man in a kabuki costume came out on the stage and threw the challenger off the stage and through a table set up on the arena floor; the man was later revealed to be Al Snow (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2, WWF Hardcore)
X-Pac pinned Chyna after Triple H interfered and hit a Pedigree on Chyna; due to prematch stipulations, X-Pac earned a European title shot for WrestleMania XV
The Undertaker defeated Kane in an Inferno Match at 6:49 when Taker grabbed Kane's foot and pushe dit into the flames; prior to the bout, Vince McMahon cut an in-ring promo in which he said Taker would burn in hell for what was in the envelope McMahon held, only saying that it was personal, and told fans who didn't like the smell of burning flesh to leave; moments later, McMahon introduced Kane before ordering him to make Taker pay; McMahon then joined the commentary team of Michael Cole & Jerry Lawler for the bout; mid-way through the match, Paul Bearer brought a package ringside and put it on the commentary table in front of McMahon; after several minutes passed, McMahon opened it to find a teddy bear inside, then grabbing it and walking around ringside with a confused look on his face; after the match, Taker took the bear from McMahon and set it on fire, with McMahon pleading as it went up in flames (The Undertaker's Most Dangerous Matches)

3/1/99; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
3/1/99:
WWF IC Champion Val Venis defeated Goldust and Ken Shamrock via count-out after Shamrock attacked Goldust moments after Goldust kissed Ryan Shamrock on the floor; after the match, Billy Gunn attacked the champion
Triple H & X-Pac fought WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) to a double disqualification when all four men began brawling in the ring; after the bout, Ivory came ringside and disrobed Debra
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned the Road Dogg with the Rock Bottom / Corporate Elbow combo; after the bout, the Road Dogg held off both Al Snow and Hardcore Holly with a chair and then said he would meet them in the parking lot where a brawl between the three later ensued
Droz defeated Steve Blackman in a Kendo Stick Match
Mankind fought the Undertaker to a double count-out; after the bout, the Big Bossman prevented the Undertaker from hitting a chokeslam on guest commentator Vince McMahon; moments later, the Brood chased McMahon and Bossman backstage while Taker hit a chokeslam on Mankind
Ivory defeated Debra via disqualification when Terri Runnels and Jackie interfered
Steve Austin fought Kane (w/ Chyna) to a no contest when the referee was knocked out and Paul Wight's interference backfired; had Kane lost the bout, he and Chyna would have been fired from the Corporation

3/2/99; Pittsburgh, PA; Civic Arena
3/8/99:
D-Lo Brown pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart in a Steel City Streetfight with a guitar shot after Jeff Jarrett's interference backfired
Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Al Snow & WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly following a spike piledriver on Holly; after the bout, the Ministry attacked all four men
Ken Shamrock pinned Goldust (w/ the Blue Meanie & Ryan Shamrock) with a belly to belly suplex after Goldust became distracted by his valets arguing at ringside; after the bout, Ken Shamrock attacked Meanie while Goldust left with Ryan
Test (w/ Chyna & WWF European Champion Shane McMahon) pinned X-Pac (w/ Triple H) after Shane interfered and hit X-Pac with the Euro title belt
The Godfather defeated Steve Blackman via forfeit when Blackman decided to leave with the hoes rather than wrestle; Droz attacked Blackman after the bout, with the Godfather making the save; the Minstry soon attacked all three men
Tori defeated Luna via disqualification when Luna refused to break a hold; after the bout, WWF Women's Champion Sable - who did guest commentary for the match - kicked Tori and riped part of her clothing off
Mankind defeated Steve Austin via count-out when guest referee Paul Wight called for the bell; after the bout, the Rock - who did guest commentary for the match - attacked Austin but later ran off once Austin gained the upper hand

3/15/99; San Jose, CA; Arena
3/15/99:
The Road Dogg pinned WWF IC Champion Val Venis at 3:03 with a kick to the gut and DDT to win the title; prior to the bout, Venis cut an in-ring promo; during the bout, it was announced Venis, Billy Gunn, Goldust, and Ken Shamrock would compete in an elimination match for the title at WrestleMania; Jerry Lawler noted during the match that Venis told him he would win the match in 3 minutes; after the contest, Gunn came out to celebrate the title win
WWF European Champion Shane McMahon pinned Gerald Brisco & Pat Patterson (dressed as the Legion of Doom) at the same time in a handicap match after hitting both men with the title belt
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) defeated the Public Enemy when Owen pinned Johnny Grunge following a guitar shot from Jarrett
The Big Bossman fought Mideon to a no contest in a steel cage match when the Corporation, under Vince McMahon's orders, was sent to attack Mideon since the Undertaker had Vince convinced he was at the McMahon home
Billy Gunn pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly to win the title after using a steel chair
Steve Austin & Mankind fought WWF World Champion the Rock & Paul Wight to a no contest when all four men began brawling at ringside and into the crowd as the show came to a close

3/22/99; Albany, NY; Knickerbocker Arena
3/22/99:
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) fought Gangrel & Edge (w/ Christian) to a no contest after the Public Enemy interfered and attacked both teams; after the bout, Debra recieved a blood bath
WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg fought WWF IC Champion Billy Gunn to a no contest when Val Venis, Goldust, and Al Snow attacked both men; the champions soon gained the upper hand and eventually sent the three other men to the floor
WWF Women's Champion Sable pinned Ivory with the Sable Bomb after Jackie tripped Ivory; after the bout, Tori and Sable brawled
Mankind defeated WWF World Champion the Rock via disqualification when Paul Wight interfered and hit a chokeslam on the challenger; due to prematch stipulations, Mankind became the guest referee for the main event match between Steve Austin and Wight
Kane fought Goldust to a no contest when, before the bout began, Goldust shot his opponent in the face with a pyro gun, then taking off his costume to reveal himself as Triple H; during Kane's entrance, it was noted he would face Triple H and that Goldust would face WWF IC Champion the Road Dogg, Ken Shamrock, and Val Venis at WrestleMania; after the incident, Triple H continued to pound away at a blinded Kane until referees swarmed the ring; moments later, as Tony Garea attempted to tend to Kane, Triple H gave Kane several crotch chops and left the ring (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
X-Pac fought WWF European Champion Shane McMahon to a no contest in a Greenwich Streetfight when the Mean Street Posse attacked X-Pac
The Undertaker & the Acolytes fought the Big Bossman, Test, & Ken Shamrock to a no contest when all six men began brawling on the floor and into the crowd
Steve Austin pinned Paul Wight with the Stunner; Mankind was guest referee for the bout; after the match, WWF World Champion the Rock, who did guest commentary for the match, hit the Rock Bottom on Austin (The Big Show: A Giant's World, Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time)

3/29/99; East Rutherford, NJ; Continental Airlines Arena
3/29/99 - included the new WWF World Champion Steve Austin cutting an in-ring promo to open the show in which he asked Vince McMahon to come out so he could relinquish the world title belt; after giving Vince the belt, Austin had footage shown from Breakdown in which McMahon ran off with the Smoking Skull belt and later said it would be put above his fireplace at home; Austin then demanded that Vince go home and give him back the Smoking Skull belt by the end of the show or he would beat him up; moments later, as Austin was looking the other way, Vince hit him with the title belt and ran backstage; featured X-Pac cutting an in-ring promo in which he said DX would not die and that he and the New Age Outlaws would continue to raise hell, then said he would fight Triple H later in the show; included the Undertaker calling Vince McMahon on the phone backstage to torment him after kidnapping Stephanie; featured Vince McMahon telling Ken Shamrock he would always be indebted to him for finding Stephanie and then telling Shane to simply give Steve Austin his Smoking Skull belt after it was brought to the arena from Greenwich, CT; included a closing segment in which Shane McMahon cut an in-ring promo in which he said that if Steve Austin wanted his Smoking Skull belt back, he would have to go through the Rock; moments later, the Rock came out with the belt over his shoulder and cut a promo on Austin, with Austin coming out soon thereafter and the two men brawling around ringside; the ensuing battle saw Austin hit the Stunner on Shane, Rock hit Austin with the Smoking Skull belt, and other members of the Corporation - including Triple H, Test, and Ken Shamrock - help in beating the champion down; moments later, the Big Show came out to help clear the ring, with Triple H sustaining the chokeslam from Show:
Ivory & Tori defeated WWF Women's Champion Sable & Jackie when Tori pinned Jackie with a backslide at 1:25 after Sable hit her own partner in the back with the women's title belt; after the bout, the Ministry - the Undertaker, Paul Bearer, Gangrel, Edge, Christian, Viscera, and Mideon - came to the ring with Taker holding Sable as bait for Vince McMahon to come ringside; after Vince came out, he quickly realized it was a trap; when he ran backstage, he found that Stephanie had gone missing
The Big Show pinned Test with a boot to the face and the chokeslam at the 30-second mark; after the bout, Show cut a promo directed at Vince McMahon, saying no one owns him
WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly pinned Steve Williams (w/ Jim Ross) after Al Snow came out of the crowd, hit the challenger over the head with a frying pan, and pulled Holly on top of Williams; moments prior to the finish, Williams hit the Oklahoma Stampede powerslam on Holly through a table set up in the ring but referee Tim White had been knocked out; during the bout, JR joined the Spanish commentary team
The Rock (w/ WWF European Champion Shane McMahon) pinned Billy Gunn with the Rock Bottom / People's Elbow combo at 5:21; during the bout, Shane did guest commentary
Ken Shamrock defeated Gangrel via submission with the ankle lock at 5:35 after hitting a belly to belly suplex; after the bout, the lights flickered and Shamrock was attacked by Edge & Christian, with Shamrock sustaining a bloodbath; when the lights came back on, Shamrock immediately locked Christian in the ankle lock, with Christian confessing that Stephanie McMahon was being held in the basement; after the commercial break, Shamrock was shown searching in the basement for Stephanie where he eventually found her
Goldust (w/ the Blue Meanie) pinned WWF IC Champion the Road Dogg to win the title at 4:09 with the Curtain Call after Meanie hit Road Dogg in the face with the title belt as the champion was against the ring ropes; early in the bout, Ryan Shamrock came out to be in Goldust's corner but the Blue Meanie and Goldust wouldn't allow her to be ringside and Meanie quickly sent her backstage; after the bout, Goldust cut a promo saying he now knew who he was and soon everyone else would too
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) defeated the Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering) at 2:49 when Owen pinned Road Warrior Animal after Jarrett broke his guitar over Animal's back, moments after Hart sustained the Doomsday Device
X-Pac defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna & WWF European Champion Shane McMahon) via disqualification at 3:34 when X-Pac chased an interfering Shane into the ring and sustained a clothesline from Chyna; after the bout, X-Pac was beaten down and sustained the Pedigree until Kane came out; after Kane took a chair shot to the head from Triple H, he quickly sat back up and stalked Triple H & Chyna backstage; Triple H used the "No Chance" McMahon song as his theme

Taped 3/30/99; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum
4/5/99:
Kane & X-Pac defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart (w/ Debra) to win the titles at 5:58 when X-Pac pinned Jarrett after Kane dropped Jarrett with the chokeslam and then threw his partner on top for the cover (The Twisted, Disturbed Life of Kane)
Al Snow pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly in a non-title match with the Snow Plow; after the bout, Steve Williams attacked both men
Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Edge & Gangrel when Gunn pinned an interfering Christian after he was thrown in the ring by Road Dogg
Ken Shamrock fought Viscera to a no contest after the Ministry attacked Shamrock, threw him into a waiting car, and drove off
Mankind defeated Val Venis via submission with the Mandible Claw
The Godfather fought WWF IC Champino Goldust (w/ the Blue Meanie) to a double count-out
The Big Show defeated the Rock & Triple H (w/ Chyna) via disqualification in a handicap match after Chyna hit a low blow on Show; after the bout, WWF World Champion Steve Austin made the save and he and the Big Show tore down the Titan Tron

4/12/99; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena
4/12/99 - hosted by Jim Ross, making his full-time return to Raw, & Jerry Lawler; included an opening backstage segment with Vince and Stephanie McMahon, surrounded by four police officers, with Stephanie happy to be with her father; featured Shane McMahon leading the Corporation to the ring, with Ken Shamrock demanding an explanation to why they didn't help his sister Ryan when she was abducted, with Shane then calling Stephanie & Vince to the ring and claiming Vince's priorities were to his daughter and not the Corporation, with Shane then firing Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco from the group and slapping Vince in the face; moments later, as Shane berated Vince, Shamrock walked out on the Corporation, with Vince shown shaking his hand backstage after the commercial break before getting into a limo with Stephanie, Patterson, & Brisco; featured the Undertaker appearing on the Titantron and claiming an innocent victim would be sacrificed later since Vince left with Stephanie; included a Chef Boyardee promo featuring Mankind; featured an in-ring segment with WWF World Champion Steve Austin claiming he would retake the Smoking Skull title belt at Backlash from the Rock, with Rock appearing on the Titantron and challenging Austin to come fight him on an undisclosed bridge somewhere in Detroit; included Michael Cole interviewing Mankind in a boiler room, with Mankind stating Paul Wight would leave the Boiler Room Brawl on a stretcher at Backlash; moments later, Shane ordered Rodney & Pete Gas to find Mankind and take him out, with Mankind beating them down later in the show; featured a promo for WWF The Music Volume 3; included Shamrock locating his sister Ryan in the Boiler Room, with Ken and Mankind then being attacked by the Ministry of Darkness, with Taker stating Ken would be their next convert; featured Taker ordering the Ministry to tie Ken Shamrock to Taker's symbol on the entrance stage, with Edge, Christian, and Gangrel refusing and brawling with the Acolytes, Viscera, and Mideon, and Mankind eventually joining the fight as Shamrock freed himself; included Shamrock calling out Taker for a fight, with the lights going out and Taker appearing in the ring, with the two brawling until the Ministry of Darkness came to Taker's aid, with Triple H & the Big Bossman then pulling Shamrock out of the ring and attacking him as Shane looked on; featured a closing segment with Austin and Rock brawling on the bridge, with Rock knocking Austin off and into the river below and then throwing the Smoking Skull title belt into the river as well:
WWF Women's Champion Sable (w/ Nicole Bass) fought Jacqueline (w/ Terri Runnels), Ivory, and Tori to a no contest when Bass hit a chokeslam to both Jacqueline and Ivory and slammed Tori before the match could begin
Paul Wight pinned Christian at 1:22 with the chokeslam; prior to the bell, the Undertaker's voice ordered Gangrel and Edge, who escorted Christian to the ring, to leave ringside and let Christian prove himself
Val Venis fought Billy Gunn to a no contest at 3:42 when Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett attacked Gunn at ringside; moments later, the Road Dogg, Venis, and Gunn fought off Hart & Jarrett, with Debra flirting with Venis until Jarrett pulled her away
Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) defeated the Acolytes via disqualification at 1:28 when Edge, Christian, Gangrel, Viscera, and Mideon interfered and attacked Hart & Jarrett; moments later, the Undertaker & Paul Bearer came to the ring, with Taker grabbing Debra by the throat and claiming she would suffer until Ken Shamrock, wielding a baseball bat, chased the Ministry of Darkness from the ring; Taker then revealed Ken's sister Ryan was in the boiler room
The Godfather (sub. for Big Bossman) pinned WWF IC Champion Goldust at 3:56 to win the title with the Death Valley Driver; prior to the match, Godfather offered to give Bossman five ho's in exchange for his title shot, which Bossman accepted
WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly pinned D-Lo Brown (w/ Ivory) at 4:34 after Brown went through a table attempting the Lo Down after guest commentator Al Snow pulled Holly off the table
WWF Tag Team Champions X-Pac & Kane defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna) & Test at 6:26 when Kane pinned Test with the tombstone after Triple H threw his partner back in the ring and walked out on him

Taped 4/13/99; Grand Rapids, MI
4/19/99:
The Road Dogg pinned Owen Hart (w/ Debra) with the pumphandle slam; prematch stipulations stated that had Owen won the match, he and Jeff Jarrett would have become #1 contenders to the tag titles; since Road Dogg won, Debra was forced to flash Road Dogg - which didn't happen due to Jarrett prevented her from doing so
The Acolytes defeated Edge & Christian via disqualification when Ken Shamrock interfered and hit Bradshaw twice with a baseball bat
WWF IC Champion the Godfather pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly after Al Snow interfered and hit Holly with a foreign object; only the IC title was on the line
Ken Shamrock pinned the Big Bossman in a No Holds Barred match with a hurricanrana
Mankind defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna) via disqualification after Chyna hit a low blow on Mankind; after the bout, the Corporation attacked Mankind until the Big Show made the save
Billy Gunn defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) via disqualification when Owen Hart prevented the pinfall; after the bout, Jarrett & Owen Hart attacked Gunn & the Road Dogg while Debra stripped; Jarrett covered her up before she took off her bra
The Big Show defeated Viscera via disqualification when the Undertaker interfered; after the bout, Mankind made the save

4/26/99; Hartford, CT; Civic Center
4/26/99:
WWF Tag Team Champions Kane & X-Pac defeated the Brood when Kane pinned Edge with the chokeslam; after the bout, the champions recieved a bloodbath - which caused Kane to hit a chokeslam on his partner since he thought X-Pac was responsible
D-Lo Brown pinned Val Venis with the Sky High after Venis became distracted by Nicole Bass at ringside; after the bout, Bass chased after Venis
Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned Billy Gunn with the Pedigree
Mankind & the Big Show defeated Test & the Big Bossman when Mankind forced Test to submit to the Mandible Claw; after the bout, Bossman and Test fought each other
WWF IC Champion the Godfather pinned Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) with a roll up after Jarrett became distracted by Val Venis and Nicole Bass at ringside
The Rock defeated Shane McMahon via disqualification after Triple H and Chyna attacked the Rock, with Triple H eventually hitting the Pedigree on the Rock

Taped 5/2/99; San Diego, CA; Sports Arena
5/3/99:
Billy Gunn pinned X-Pac after avoiding the Bronko Buster; after the contest, Gunn and the Road Dogg began brawling at ringside with Gunn eventually hitting Road Dogg over the head with a chair; moments therafter, Gunn retreated backstage after Kane came ringside
Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco defeated Pete Gas & Rodney via count-out when the Mean Street Posse left ringside
Test defeated the Big Bossman, Mideon, & Viscera in a handicap match by pinning Mideon after Bossman accidentally hit his partner with the nightstick; after the match, the Big Show, Ken Shamrock, and Mankind made the save
The Acolytes defeated Mankind in a handicap hardcore match when Bradshaw scored the pin following a double powerbomb through two chairs set up in the ring
Vince McMahon pinned Shane McMahon with the Stunner at 1:49; prior to the bout, Vince staggered out to the entrance stage after the assault he sustained earlier in the show from Triple H & the Undertaker, with Shane then running up the ramp to attack him and assault him on the floor before the match officially started (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
Triple H pinned Ken Shamrock with the Pedigree after Shamrock sustained a low blow from guest referee Chyna
The Big Show defeated the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at 2:44 when, after Taker used ether on Show, he took a baseball bat and broke it over Show's head, busting him open; after the bout, Taker continued to choke, punch, and kick Show in the head before leaving ringside (The Undertaker's Most Dangerous Matches)
Nicole Bass (sub. for WWF Women's Champion Sable who appeared on the Titantron before the match) defeated Debra in a nightgown match when Debra stripped herself down to her bra and panties; after the contest, Jeff Jarrett made the save by busting a guitar over Bass' head before Val Venis came out, attacked Jarrett, and left ringside with Debra
WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought the Rock to a no contest in a lumberjack match when both competitors attacked the Corporate Ministry at ringside before the contest began; eventually a brawl broke out in the ring involving Mankind, Test, Show, Shamrock, Road Dogg, Edge, Gangrel, Christian, Mark Henry, D-Lo Brown, and Al Snow; as the show came to a close, both Rock and Austin were thrown off the stage by Triple H and the Undertaker

5/10/99; Orlando, FL; Arena
5/10/99 - Monica Seles was in attendance for the event; included an in-ring promo by the Union - Vince McMahon, Mankind, Test, Ken Shamrock, & the Big Show, with three security guards in riot gear - in which Vince called Shane McMahon out until Shane appeared on the stage with the Corporate Ministry; moments later, Commissioner Shawn Michaels interrupted Shane on the Titantron, with Michaels announcing that Vince McMahon would be the second special referee for the Austin / Taker match at Over the Edge, alongside Shane; Michaels then announced matches for later in the night; Farooq would face Bradshaw in a lumberjack match, with the lumberjacks being all the members of the Union, Test vs. Bossman in a nightstick match, Brisco & Patterson vs. the Mean Street Posse in a Loser Leaves the WWF match, Shamrock vs. Chyna, Show vs. Paul Bearer (if any Ministry member interferes, Taker loses his title shot at Over the Edge), Cactus Jack vs. Mideon & Viscera in a handicap hardcore match, WWF Women's Champion Sable vs. Debra in a evening gown match (if Sable fails to show, she's stripped of the title), and Austin, Rock, & Vince vs. Triple H, Taker, & Shane; Michaels then asked that the Union's three security guards to unmask, with one being Pat Patterson, the other being Gerald Brisco, and the third being the special referee for the main event - Shawn Michaels himself; featured a Steve Blackman vignette; included a Beaver Cleavage vignette in which Beaver's mom cleaned up his scraped knee:
Billy Gunn fought WWF Tag Team Champion Kane to a no contest at around the 5-minute mark when the Road Dogg and X-Pac came out to help Kane as he was tied upside down in the ring ripes, with Gunn and Road Dogg fighting into the crowd as X-Pac & Kane were jumped from behind by Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown, with Ivory; Henry & D-Lo were eventually pulled away by officials before being chased backstage by Kane & X-Pac prior to the bout, Gunn was approached by a planted female fan who jumped out of the crowd and hugged Gunn before she was pulled away by security
The Big Show fought Paul Bearer to a no contest at around the 3-minute mark when Show was jumped by all the members of the Ministry after calling them out; moments prior, Show grabbed the microphone and asked if Commissioner Michaels would waive the stipulation that barred the Ministry from ringside after Show had laid Bearer out; prior to the match, Bearer attempted to flee backstage but was stopped by Michaels, who then joined the commentary team; after the bout, the Union made the save for Show wielding 2x4s
Debra defeated WWF Women's Champion Sable (w/ Nicole Bass) to win the title via reverse decision in a bra and panties match; Sable originally won the match at the 50-second mark after Debra became distracted by Val Venis at ringside; moments later, as Val was backing off from Nichole Bass, who seemed to be coming on to him, Jeff Jarrett came out behind Venis and broke a guitar over his head; after the bout, Michael Cole attempted to interview Sable in the ring, with Shawn Michaels - who did guest commentary for the bout - then taking the microphone away, telling Bass to "Step off, mister", and said that the woman who gets her evening gown taken off should be the winner, therefore Debra was the new champion (Sable's last US TV appearance for nearly 4 years)
The Big Bossman pinned Test in a nightstick match at 7:03 after hitting Test in the face with the nightstick as Test attempted a sunset flip; moments prior to the finish, Bossman used a second nightstick when the referee wasn't looking
Cactus Jack defeated Viscera & Mideon in a handicap hardcore match at 4:36 by pinning Viscera following an elbow off the apron to the floor with a chair; after the bout, Cactus threw Viscera into the steel steps
Bradshaw fought Farooq to a no contest in a lumberjack match at around the 2-minute mark when Viscera and Mideon entered the ring and tried to stop the bout, with Farooq and Bradshaw shoving them out of the way until the Big Bossman came out and cooled them down; moments later, Mankind, Test, Ken Shamrock, and the Big Show - who served as lumberjacks for the bout - entered the ring with 2x4s and, after the other Ministry members fled the ring, all four men beat down Viscera with the weapons
Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco defeated Rodney & Pete Gas at 2:09 when Rodney submitted to Brisco's figure-4 as Gas submitted to Patterson's Boston Crab; Patterson & Brisco used "Real American" as their theme music; due to pre-match stipulations, Rodney & Gas were forced to leave the WWF; had Brisco & Patterson lost, they would have had to leave (The Best of Raw 15th Anniversary)
Jeff Jarrett (w/ WWF Women's Champion Debra) pinned Val Venis at 8:03 by hitting him with Debra's title belt after she slapped Venis in the face
Ken Shamrock fought Chyna (w/ Triple H) to a no contest when Triple H and Shamrock began fighting before the bout began, with Shamrock dropping Triple H to the mat and hitting a belly to belly suplex on Chyna before storming off, upset that he was driven to the point where he would strike a woman
WWF World Champion Steve Austin, the Rock, & Vince McMahon defeated the Undertaker, Triple H (w/ Chyna), & Shane McMahon at 4:38 when Austin pinned Shane with the Stunner; moments earlier, Austin hit the Stunner on Shane and a dazed Vince made the cover, only for Austin to pull him off and hit a second Stunner on Shane before making the cover himself; Shawn Michaels was the guest referee for the bout

Taped 5/11/99; Ft. Lauderdale, FL; National Car Rental Center
5/17/99:
The Road Dogg & WWF Tag Team Champions X-Pac & Kane fought Mark Henry, D-Lo Brown, & Billy Gunn to a no contest when all six men began brawling into the crowd
WWF IC Champion the Godfather & Val Venis defeated Jeff Jarrett & the Blue Blazer (w/ Debra) when the Godfather pinned the Blazer with the DVD
Test defeated Meat (w/ Jackie & Ryan Shamrock) via disqualification when Jackie interfered; Tori made the save after the match
The Undertaker defeated the Rock in a casket match after Triple H interfered
Michael Hayes & Matt & Jeff Hardy fought Gangrel, Edge, & Christian to a double disqualification when all six men began brawling on the floor
The Big Show pinned the Big Bossman with the chokeslam
WWF World Champion Steve Austin defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna & Shane McMahon) via disqualification in a non-title match when the Undertaker interfered; Austin handcuffed the Undertaker to his own cross after the match

5/24/99; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Center
5/24/99 - Owen Hart Tribute - included an opening segment in which all the WWF talent, officials, and referees stood in front of the Titan Tron to show respect to Owen Hart as a tribute video was shown on the big screen; throughout the telecast talent such as Mark Henry, Paul Bearer, Triple H & Chyna, Shane McMahon, Earl Hebner, Gerald Brisco, Goldust, the Road Dogg, Bradshaw, Mick Foley, Jeff Jarrett & Debra, and Test shared their personal memories of Owen:
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) defeated Test via submission with the Sharpshooter at 2:40 after hitting a Russian legsweep after Test became distracted by Debra on the ring apron; prior to the contest, Jarrett cut an in-ring promo on Owen
WWF Tag Team Champions X-Pac & Kane defeated Edge & Gangrel (w/ Christian) when X-Pac pinned Gangrel at 4:02 after being thrown on top of his opponent by Kane after Kane hit a chokeslam
Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Taka Michinoku & Sho Funaki when Matt pinned Funaki with the Twist of Fate at 3:19
Ken Shamrock defeated Hardcore Holly via submission with an arm bar into the ankle lock at 1:47
Mankind defeated Billy Gunn via count-out at around 3:05 by applying the Mandible Claw on the apron, while Gunn attempted to use a steel chair; prior to the match, Gunn cut a promo on Owen; after the contst, Mankind did the same
D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry (w/ Ivory) defeated the Acolytes at 4:01 when D-Lo pinned Bradshaw with a roll up after Bradshaw accidentally kicked Farooq in the face
The Road Dogg fought WWF IC Champion the Godfather to a no contest when both men agreed they'd rather get high and tell some Owen Hart stories than fight each other
Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow in a non-title match at 3:41 with the Pedigree after Snow missed a moonsault
The Big Show pinned Goldust (w/ the Blue Meanie) at 1:02 after hitting a chokeslam on both Goldust and the interfering Blue Meanie
The Rock pinned Val Venis with the Rock Bottom / People's Elbow combo at the 56 second mark; prior to the contst, the Rock cut a promo on Owen

Taped 5/25/99; Moline, IL; Mark of the Quad
5/31/99:
The Big Show defeated Billy Gunn via count-out when Gunn left the ring to avoid the chokeslam; the Road Dogg threw Gunn back in where Show leveled him with the move
Beaver Cleavage (w/ Mrs. Cleavage) pinned Christian after the Hardy Boyz and Michael Hayes interfered and hit Christian with a cane; Edge & Gangrel made the save after the match
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) pinned WWF IC Champion the Godfather to win the title at 3:41 after hitting him with Debra's WWF Women's title belt as the champion became distracted by both Debra and one of his hoes stripping on the ring apron
WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Vince McMahon via disqualification when Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco interfered; the champion easily beat them down
The Road Dogg defeated the Big Bossman via disqualification when Bossman used the nightstick on his opponent and the referee; Bossman was brawling with Mankind as the match with Road Dogg was scheduled to begin
The Acolytes defeated WWF Tag Team Champions X-Pac & Kane to win the titles at 4:44 when Bradshaw pinned X-Pac with the Clothesline from Hell after Shane McMahon interfered and blocked X-Pac's Bronko Buster attempt on Bradshaw with a steel chair
Val Venis (w/ Nicole Bass) pinned Ken Shamrock with a small package; Jeff Jarrett & Debra came ringside during the match to distract Val
Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned Mankind in a No DQ falls count anywhere match after hitting him in the knee with a sledgehammer; the Rock made the save after the match
Steve Austin defeated WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification when the Corporate Ministry interfered; the Higher Power, covered in a cloak, came to the ring after the match and allowed Austin to see his face but didn't reveal himself to the crowd

6/7/99; Boston, MA; FleetCenter
6/7/99 - included Vince McMahon coming out to open the show in which he cut an in-ring promo regarding the identity of the Higher Power - saying it was rumored to be perhaps Shawn Michaels, Jake Roberts, or a McMahon - and then challenged his son Shane to a no holds barred match with both men's stake in the WWF being on the line; Shane then came out, accepted, and said he was not the Higher Power - despite Vince's accusations - but that the Higher Power would be unveiled in a few moments by the Undertaker; after the commercial break, the Corporate Ministry (WWF World Champion the Undertaker, Paul Bearer, Triple H, Chyna, the Big Bossman, Mideon, Viscera, and WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes) came out to the ring with Taker introducing the Higher Power, who then came to the ring wearing a hood; after the Higher Power came out, Shane McMahon appeared on the stage to prove that it wasn't him, then complimented the Higher Power before entering the ring; Shane then asked Vince to come out and witness the unveiling, with Vince appearing on the Titan Tron and asking the Higher Power to take off the hood, which he did - revealing himself to be Vince himself; Vince then cut a promo on Steve Austin, saying that this proves that there's nothing he wouldn't do to make Austin's life a living hell; moments later, Linda & Stephanie McMahon came out on the stage to confront Vince about his deception, with Linda saying that it was a lie when Vince said he and Shane each owned 50% of the company - all four McMahons owned an equal amount of the company; she went on to say that some changes would be taking place at the office, saying the dress code would be more casual, and that profanity and alcohol would be allowed; finally, she said she had stepped down as CEO of the WWF but introduced Steve Austin as the new head of the company; Austin then came out, said that he would have a world title match whenever he wanted, and stated that at the King of the Ring he would face Vince & Shane McMahon in a handicap match; Austin went on to state that Shane would face X-Pac & Kane in a handicap match as a result of his actions the previous week and that Ken Shamrock, Test, and the Big Show would be allowed to face any opponent of their choosing, then wished a speedy recovery to Mankind; he went on to state that Triple H would battle the Rock in a cast match, with Triple H's leg encased in a cast to match the Rock's arm which was also in a cast; after the commercial break, Linda & Stephanie presented Austin with a briefcase full of beer to celebrate; featured Michael Cole conducting an in-ring interview with the Big Show, Ken Shamrock, and Test, in which Show said he wanted the Undertaker in a title match; Shamrock, angered that Vince McMahon used him, said he wanted Vince in a Lion's Den match instead of his scheduled opponent Jeff Jarrett; Test then asked that Stephanie McMahon come out to the ring, which she did; he then got down on one knee and asked if she would go out on a date with him, with Stephanie accepting; included a G-TV segment with Terri, Ryan Shamrock, and Jackie backstage in which they trash talked Billy Gunn, Dustin Rhodes, and Val Venis:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes defeated Edge & Gangrel (w/ Christian) at 3:23 when Bradshaw pinned Gangrel with the Clothesline from Hell; after the bout, the Hardy Boyz & Michael Hayes attacked Christian at ringside, with a brief brawl taking place on the ramp pitting Edge & Christian against the Hardyz
X-Pac & Kane defeated Shane McMahon via disqualification at around the 1-minute mark when Pete Gas & Rodney, wearing Mankind masks, made the save for Shane; after the bout, Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco came to the ring, assaulted the Mean Street Posse, and threw them into the ring; moments later, Kane hit the chokeslam on Rodney and the tomstone on Pete Gas, while X-Pac hit a spin kick on Pete Gas and the Bronko Buster on Rodney
The Rock defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna) via disqualification in a cast match at 1:23 when the Undertaker interfered, hit a chokeslam on the Rock, and followed with a tombstone onto a steel chair; after the bout, the Big Show came out and scared Taker from the ring; Triple H wore a cast on his leg to match the one Rock wore on his injured arm
WWF Women's Champion Debra (w/ Jeff Jarrett) defeated Nicole Bass (w/ Val Venis) in a swimsuit contest; Jerry Lawler was the MC for the event; after the match, Jarrett and Venis had a brief brawl which resulted in Bass accidentally breaking Jarrett's guitar over Val's head; after Venis came to, he and Nicole got into a verbal arguement; had Bass won, she would have earned a women's title shot for the following week
The Godfather pinned Billy Gunn with a legdrop at 2:14 after the Road Dogg interfered behind the referee's back and hit a pumphandle slam on Gunn
WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow pinned Droz (w/ Albert) at 3:01 after hitting him with a sculpture at a sports bar located inside the FleetCenter
Vince McMahon (sub. for WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett) defeated Ken Shamrock in a Lion's Den match within a matter of seconds when Jarrett came up behind Shamrock, before McMahon let him in the cage, and hit Shamrock in the face with a steel chair, knocking Shamrock into the cage where Vince applied the ankle lock for the TKO win; had any Corporate Ministry member interfered in the bout, they would have been fired on the spot; after the commercial break, Vince & Shane McMahon were shown speeding out of the arena
The Big Show fought WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) to a no contest at 6:50 when the challenger chokeslammed Taker through the ring; after the bout, Show hit chokeslams on Bradshaw, Farooq, and Mideon; had any Corporate Ministry member interfered during the bout, they would have been fired on the spot (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2, The Undertaker's Most Dangerous Matches, The Big Show: A Giant's World)

Taped 6/8/99; Worcester, MA; Centrum
6/14/99:
Billy Gunn pinned the Road Dogg with the Fameasser in a Dog Pound Match after Chyna interfered and hit a low blow on Road Dogg with the chain
Ivory defeated WWF Women's Champion Debra to win the title after Nicole Bass interfered and choked Debra
Test defeated the Big Bossman via disqualification in a Blind Date Match when Bossman hit a blindfolded Test with the nightstick; after the match, Stephanie McMahon came out to check on Test
X-Pac fought the Big Show to a no contest after Kane interfered and brawled with both men
Ken Shamrock defeated Jeff Jarrett via submission in a Straight Jacket Match with a leglock around Jarrett's neck; after the match, Vince McMahon stole the key that would open up Shamrock's straight jacket
Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco fought Viscera & Mideon to a no contest when the Mean Street Posse interfered
WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes defeated Kane in a handicap match with a double neckbreaker; after the match, X-Pac made the save
The Rock defeated WWF World Champion the Undertaker and Triple H (w/ Chyna) by pinning Triple H with the Rock Bottom after interference from Chyna backfired - causing the Undertaker and Triple H to fight each other before the pinfall occured; after the bout, the two continued to brawl until the Corporate Ministry broke it up

6/21/99; Memphis, TN; Pyramid
6/21/99:
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Ken Shamrock and Test by pinning Shamrock after Steve Blackman interfered and hit Shamrock with a kendo stick
The Rock pinned Edge
Viscera defeated Mark Henry in a slam match; D-Lo Brown made the save until Mideon showed up with Shane McMahon's Euro title and hit Mark and D-Lo with it
Steve Austin pinned the Big Bossman with the Stunner after hitting him with his own nightstick; Shawn Michaels was the special referee; due to prematch stipulations, Austin's stipulation for his KOTR ladder match against the McMahons would be that no Corporate Ministry members would be allowed at ringside
Billy Gunn & WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes defeated Kane, X-Pac, & the Road Dogg when Gunn pinned X-Pac with the Fameasser; this was a tag team title defense for the Acolytes so when Gunn won the match, he took off with one of the tag title belts
The Big Show defeated Hardcore Holly in a hardcore match after pushing a car into him
Vince & Shane McMahon fought Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco to a no contest when Ken Shamrock tried to get at the McMahons while the Mean Street Posse attacked Patterson & Brisco
WWF World Champion the Undertaker defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna) via disqualification when the Rock interfered and hit the Rock Bottom on the champion

6/28/99; Charlotte, NC; Coliseum
6/28/99 – included an opening segment in which Steve Austin told Vince McMahon that, although he had lost the CEO position the previous night at King of the Ring, he went ahead and signed a world title match for himself while still CEO and if the Undertaker had anyone interfere on his behalf, Austin would win the title via forfeit; prior to Austin coming out, McMahon announced that the Undertaker would defend the title against Triple H at Fully Loaded; featured Steve Blackman attacking Ken Shamrock with a kendo stick in the ring, causing Shamrock to bleed from the mouth; included an in-ring promo in which Billy Gunn, Chyna, and Triple H said they wanted the rights to the DX name; included Ivory turning heel in an in-ring promo in which she challenged any woman in the crowd; someone eventually did take her up on her offer just for Nicole Bass to intervene and take out the mystery woman:
Chaz (w/ Marianna) pinned Meat (w/ Terri Runnels) with a roll up after Marianna pushed Terri off the ring apron
Hardcore Holly pinned Kane after the Big Show interfered and hit a chokeslam on Kane; after the bout, Kane hit the chokeslam repeatedly on Holly
The Rock defeated Triple H via disqualification when Billy Gunn interfered and hit the Rock with a foreign object
The Godfather fought Edge to a no contest when Droz and Albert came ringside
WWF Tag Team Champion Bradshaw pinned Billy Gunn after X-Pac interfered; after the bout, both Chyna and the Road Dogg came down
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) pinned X-Pac after interference from both Debra and Billy Gunn; after the bout, a brawl ensued pitting X-Pac and the Road Dogg against Gunn and Chyna
Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) to win the title at 12:03 with the Stunner; stipulations stated that if there was any interference from the Corporate Ministry, Taker would be forced for forfeit the title to the challenger (The Atittude Era)

6/29/99; Fayetteville, NC; Crown Coliseum
7/5/99:
Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes to win the titles at 4:25 when Matt pinned Bradshaw with a tornado DDT after Jeff used Michael Hayes' cane as a weapon; Bradshaw wrestled without medical clearance after being tombstoned onto the steel ring steps by Kane on Sunday Night Heat; prior to their entrance, Bradshaw knocked down a medic who tried to stop him from participating in the match; after the match, the new champions and Hayes celebrated at the entrance stage (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2, The Hardy Boyz: Leap of Faith)
The Godfather (w/ Val Venis, Albert, & Droz) pinned Gangrel with a legdrop; prior to the bout, the Godfather introduced Albert & Droz as his new hoes; after the bout, Albet & Droz attacked Godfather & Venis, with Gangrel hitting the DDT on the Godfather; moments later, Edge & Christian came out to take Gangrel to the back
Test defeated Joey Abs via disqualification after Pete Gas & Rodney interfered after Test became distracted by Shane & Stephanie McMahon coming to ringside
WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow pinned D-Lo Brown with a splash through a table after Mideon interfered
The Road Dogg fought Val Venis to a no contest when Road Dogg was arrested for allegedly spray painting Chyna's car; earlier in the night, X-Pac was also arrested
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) pinned Chaz (w/ Mariana) after the challenger became distracted by Debra and Mariana fighting at ringside; after the bout, Headbanger Thrasher made the save
Edge pinned the Big Bossman with a spear; after the bout, the Bossman handcuffed Edge to the ring ropes and attacked him with the nightstick; moments later, Christian attempted to make the save but was also beaten down
Billy Gunn (w/ Chyna) pinned Meat (w/ PMS) with the Fameasser after Chyna interfered; after the bout, Chyna attacked Jackie from behind, with she and Gunn spray painting "DX" across the backs of Meat and Jackie
Kane defeated the Big Show & Hardcore Holly in a handicap match by pinning Holly as Show had a staredown with the Undertaker at ringside; after the bout, Kane and Taker attacked Show with Kane eventually leaving ringside as Taker busted Show open with a steel chair
The Rock defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna) in a steel cage match at 13:55 by escaping over the top as Triple H attempted to escape through the door; Triple H escaped the cage first at the 7-minute mark by escaping through the door but the referee had been knocked down, with Rock then dragging Triple H back inside the cage; after the bout, Billy Gunn came ringside as he and Triple H double teamed the Rock (The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment)

7/12/99; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens
7/12/99 - included an opening segment in which the Undertaker attacked Steve Austin from behind, busting him open with the stolen Smoking Skull belt; moments earlier, Austin had Vince McMahon come to the ring to sign the contract for the Fully Loaded main event; included an in-ring promo from the Road Dogg & X-Pac in which they, along with Kane, were attacked by Triple H, Chyna, and Billy Gunn; moments later, the Undertaker came out to tell Kane that he would never make him choose between being with Taker or being with X-Pac, as X-Pac had done before being attacked; featured Steve Austin interrupting an in-ring promo by Jeff Jarrett, challenging the Undertaker to face him later in the show before eventually hitting the Stunner on Jarrett; featured the Acolytes making an open challenge since their scheduled opponents D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry couldn’t compete due to Henry’s high blood pressure; moments later, Hardcore Holly accepted the challenge and was beaten down until he was pulled from the ring and taken backstage by the Big Show:
Edge fought Gangrel to a no contest when Gangrel pushed his opponent into the ring of fire on the entrance ramp
The Godfather & Val Venis defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Michael Hayes) via disqualification when Hayes broke the cover after Venis hit the Money Shot on Jeff; after the bout, the Acolytes attacked the champions, with Val & Godfather helping to make the save
The Rock (sub. for a missing Kane), X-Pac, & the Road Dogg defeated Triple H, Billy Gunn, & Chyna when Rock scored the pin with the People’s Elbow
Al Snow pinned Droz in a hardcore evening dress match after accepting Droz’ open challenge; after the bout, Albert came ringside and pierced Head with a railroad spike
Test defeated the Mean Street Posse in a gauntlet match; Test pinned Pete Gas at around the 45-second mark; Test pinned Rodney with a pump handle slam; Test defeated Joey Abs via disqualification when Shane McMahon interfered; as Test fought off Shane, Steve Blackman came down and jumped Test before Ken Shamrock quickly followed; moments later, Shane and the Mean Street Posse attempted to break Test’s ankle but Shane ended up accidentally hitting Stephanie McMahon – who tried to intervene – knocking her out; Shane and the Posse carried Stephanie backstage
WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Big Show defeated the Undertaker & Kane when Austin pinned Kane with the Stunner

Taped 7/13/99; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena
7/19/99 - included an opening segment in which Vince McMahon, along with the Corporate Ministry, cut an in-ring promo on putting his career on the line at Fully Loaded; moments later, tempers flared between Triple H and the Undertaker, with Vince then making a match between the two for later in the show; moments thereafter, Steve Austin showed up in a blood mobile to counter the Undertaker’s threats of making him bleed at Fully Loaded and winning the title; featured Shane McMahon apologizing to Stephanie in the ring for accidentally striking her the previous week, blaming it on Test; Stephanie eventually slapped Shane and told him and the Mean Street Posse to stay out of her life; included footage from the Summer Slam press conference which featured Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura:
The Road Dogg fought Chyna to a no contest in a dog collar match when Billy Gunn interfered and helped in hanging Road Dogg over the top rope with the chain until X-Pac made the save
WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Val Venis & the Godfather, the Acolytes, and Albert & Droz in an elimination match; Val pinned Bradshaw with a roll up after Godfather hit Bradshaw with his cane; Jeff scored the pin with a hurricanrana
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) pinned Christian with a reverse Russian leg sweep; after the bout, Jarrett sustained a bloodbath before Edge came out and the two brawled
Billy Gunn pinned the Rock with the Fameasser after Chyna interfered and hit Rock with a steel chair
Al Snow fought WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman to a no contest when Snow went crazy, throwing chairs and the timekeeper’s bell into the ring, before telling Bossman to hit him; after being hit, Snow was handcuffed to the ropes and beaten with the nightstick
Edge & D-Lo Brown defeated Gangrel & WWF European Champion Mideon when D-Lo pinned Mideon with the Lo Down
Test defeated Steve Blackman via disqualification when the Mean Street Posse interfered; after the bout, Ken Shamrock cleared the ring with a baseball bat before having a stare-down with Blackman on the floor
The Big Show & Hardcore Holly fought X-Pac & Kane to a no contest when the Undertaker came to the ring and attacked every participant but Kane before he and Kane walked up the ramp together; moments later, Kane stopped and returned to the ring to check on X-Pac before the Undertaker showed a replay of him hitting a chokeslam on X-Pac to remind Kane what could happen if he didn’t follow him; Kane then hit the chokeslam on Taker before carrying X-Pac backstage
The Undertaker fought Triple H (w/ Chyna & Vince McMahon) to a no contest when the Rock came to the ring and battled with Triple H into the crowd as Steve Austin fought with the Undertaker; moments later, Austin threw Taker into the blood mobile before coming back to the ring and busting Vince open by hitting him in the head with the Smoking Skull belt before signing the contract for the Fully Loaded main event; shortly thereafter, the Undertaker attacked Austin from behind, busting him open as the show came to a close; pre-match stipulations stated that the winner of the match would face Austin at Fully Loaded while the loser would face the Rock

7/26/99; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
7/26/99:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes defeated Edge & Christian when Edge was pinned following the powerbomb double team, moments after Gangrel led Christian away from ringside; after the bout, guest ring announcer Hardcore Holly announced himself as winner until he was attacked by the champions; moments later, Kane came ringside, attacked the remaining wrestlers, and swore revenge on the Undertaker & Big Show for what they did to X-Pac earlier in the evening
Val Venis & the Godfather defeated Albert & Droz in a streetfight when Venis pinned Albert following a Ho Train / Money Shot combo; during the bout, a fan attacked the Godfather
Kane defeated the Undertaker & the Big Show via disqualification in a handicap match when Undertaker hit Kane with a chair; after the bout, the Road Dogg attempted to make the save but was also beaten down
Triple H defeated Ken Shamrock via referee's decision when Shamrock began bleeding from the mouth, the result of being hit by a car earlier in the evening by Steve Blackman
The Rock fought Billy Gunn and Chyna to a no contest in a handicap match after Steve Austin attacked guest commentar, Triple H, in response to him attacking Jim Ross; the show went off the air moments after the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Gunn

Taped 7/27/99; Columbus, OH; Schottenstein Center
8/2/99:
Edge defeated Gangrel in a Bloodbath match when Christian turned on Gangrel to join his brother; a bucket of blood sat outside the ring and the first to use it would win the match
WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown pinned WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) to unify both titles after hitting him with one of the title belts, brought in the ring by Debra
The Undertaker & the Big Show defeated the Road Dogg & Kane when Taker pinned Kane with the tombstone; Hardcore Holly jumped the Acolytes after the match with a baseball bat
WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman pinned Viscera
Test defeated Rodney
Steve Blackman fought Val Venis to a no contest when Ken Shamrock chased Blackman all over the building
WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought the Undertaker to a no contest in a No Holds Barred match when the Big Show, Triple H, the Acolytes, Kane, the Road Dogg, Hardcore Holly, Billy Gunn, and the Rock interfered; after the match, Austin hit the Stunner on Triple H and the Big Show

8/9/99; Chicago, IL; AllState Arena
8/9/99 - featured the debut of Chris Jericho as he interrupted the Rock's in-ring promo on the Big Show:
Gangrel pinned Christian after spitting blood in his face, moments after Christian attacked the Hardy Boyz on the floor; after the bout, Edge attempted to make the save but was triple teamed by Gangrel and the Hardyz; Michael Hayes then attempted to make the save but the same result occured
Val Venis pinned Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) with a roll up after Jarrett became distracted by Debra on the apron; after the match, Debra left ringside with Venis
Kane & X-Pac defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes to win the titles at 4:36 when X-Pac pinned Farooq by reversing the Dominator into the X-Factor; after the bout, the Road Dogg came ringside to celebrate; moments later, X-Pac took the mic and prompted Kane to speak, but without his voice box; Kane then said "Suck it!" (Kane & X-Pac's first appearance with their mixed entrance music) (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
Test & Ken Shamrock defeated Steve Blackman & Joey Abs when Test pinned Abs; after the bout, Test locked Abs' ankle in a steel chair and jumped on it before chasing Shane McMahon, who did guest commentary for the match, backstage
The Road dogg pinned WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman in a non-title match after Al Snow interfered and hit the champion with Pepper's dog cage
The Rock defeated the Big Show via disqualification when Chris Jericho interfered to break the cover after the People's Elbow; after the bout, Billy Gunn attacked the Rock
Chyna defeated Triple H and the Undertaker in a No DQ falls count anywhere match by pinning Triple H after Steve Austin interfered, hit Triple H with a chair on the floor, and laid Chyna across him; Shawn Michaels was the guest referee for the bout while Jesse Ventura did guest commentary; due to prematch stipulations, Chyna became the #1 contender for the world title at Summer Slam, taking the spot away from Triple H

Taped 8/10/99; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center
8/16/99:
The Road Dogg pinned Al Snow after the Big Bossman interfered, hit both men with the nightstick, and Road Dogg fell on top for the win
Chyna pinned Triple H after Mankind interfered and hit Triple H with the steel ring steps; due to prematch stipulations, Chyna earned a world title shot for Summer Slam; after the bout, Mankind challenged Chyna to a match for the main event spot; she turned him down by hitting a low blow but Shawn Michaels made the match official for later in the night
Test defeated Steve Blackman via disqualification after Blackman hit Test with his kendo stick; after the bout, Ken Shamrock attempted to make the save but was beaten down; Test then hit a spear on an interfering Shane McMahon but eventually had the kendo stick broken over his back proir to Shane and Blackman leaving ringside together
WWF Tag Team Champions X-Pac & Kane defeated the Acolytes when Kane pinned Bradshaw with a chokeslam; after the bout, the challengers continued to attack Kane & X-Pac
Mankind pinned Chyna with the Mandible Claw; due to prematch stipulations, Mankind won Chyna's world title shot for Summer Slam; after the bout, Triple H and Chyna double teamed Mankind until Shane McMahon made a match between Mankind and Triple H for later in the night to determine the #1 contender; stipulations added included the match to be No Holds Barred and falls count anywhere, with Shane and Shawn Michaels as the two special referees
Mankind fought Triple H to a no contest when both men were pinned, as Shawn Michaels counted Triple H down while Shane McMahon counted Mankind down, following a Triple H suplex onto a steel chair; the ring announcer claimed both men were victorious and thus the world title match at Summer Slam would be a triple threat match; after the bout, Steve Austin - who did guest commentary - attacked Shane McMahon while Mankind and Triple H continued brawling in the ring

8/23/99; Ames, IA; Hilton Coliseum
8/23/99 - included an opening segment in which Jim Ross introduced the new WWF World Champion, with Triple H and Chyna coming out instead and Triple H cutting a promo on how he was screwed over by Jesse Ventura at Summer Slam and should be the champion; moments later, Triple H put JR in an armbar and called out Mankind, saying that if he didn't come out he would break JR's arm; Mankind then came out and accepted the challenge for a title match later in the night but only if Triple H released the hold; Triple H agreed but then appeared to have broken JR's arm anyway; Mankind took back his acceptance due to JR's injury but Shane McMahon then came out and forced him to defend the title; Michael Cole did guest commentary for the show after JR was taken away in an ambulance; featured Stevie Richards and the Blue Meanie starring in the first segment of "The Blonde Bytch Project"; included Test asking Stephanie McMahon to come out, with Shane McMahon soon following when he thought Test was about to propose; Stephanie told Shane to respect her wishes and Test then asked Stephanie to marry him, with Stephanie replying that she needed some time but she loved him; featured Billy Gunn backsage asking Chyna to watch Jeff Jarrett's open challenge IC title shot contract so he could go find a pen to sign it; after he left, Chyna signed it herself; included Howard Finkel coming out to the Ultimate Warrior's theme music, running into the ring and shaking the ropes before cutting a promo on how Chris Jericho wanted to make the WWF a better place, then asking that the Road Dogg come out; moments later, Road Dogg came out and was shoved twice by Howard; after Road Dogg grabbed Howard, Jericho came out of the crowd and attacked Road Dogg from behind, hitting two powerbombs and placing one foot on his chest to pose; featured an update on Steve Austin's condition in which it was announced he had sustained ligament and tendon damage as a result of injuries sustained the previous night; included Billy Gunn asking Chyna to come out she he could confront her about screwing him over on Jeff Jarrett's open challenge; moments later, as the two came face-to-face in the ring, Jarrett came out and broke a guitar over Chyna's back; as Jarrett was celebrating, Gunn stole a second guitar from Miss Kitty and broke it over Jarrett before leaving ringside:
WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow fought the Road Dogg to a no contest at around the 2-minute mark when Chris Jericho came ringside and began brawling with Road Dogg, seconds after Snow was powerbombed through a table on the floor, with Jericho and Road Dogg then fighting their way backstage; moments later, the Big Bossman came out, assaulted Snow with the nightstick, and stole Pepper the dog; as cameras caught Jericho and Road Dogg fighting backstage, Bossman was shown throwing the dog cage into his car and leaving the arena
The Acolytes fought WWF Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & the Big Show to a no contest at 1:38 when X-Pac & Kane, who did guest commentary for the bout, became involved in a ringside brawl against the four participants; after the bout, Taker hit Kane with a steel chair to the head while on the floor while Show hit the chokeslam on X-Pac inside the ring; the bout featured the debut of Lilian Garcia as ring announcer
D-Lo Brown (sub. for Meat) defeated WWF European Champion Mark Henry (w/ WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett, Debra, & Miss Kitty) via disqualification at the 58-second mark when Jarrett broke the cover after D-Lo hit the frog splash; prior to the bout, Jarrett rewarded Mark Henry for his help the previous night by giving him the European Championship and he rewarded Debra by presenting her with her own personal assistant, Miss Kitty; Jarrett then stated that he had an open challenge to face anyone for the IC title and a contract was taped to his dressing room door for anyone to sign; as Meat prepared to make his way out to the ring, D-Lo attacked Stasiak backstage and took his place in the match (Miss Kitty's debut)
The Rock pinned Gangrel (w/ Matt & Jeff Hardy) at 4:33 with the Rock Bottom / People's Elbow combo; moments earlier, Edge & Christian came out to chase the interfering Hardy Boyz backstage; after the bout, the Rock cut a promo in the ring, saying that he should be the #1 contender to the world title and would take matters into his own hands
Crash Holly fought Hardcore Holly to a no contest at around the 3-minute mark when the battle went outside the arena
Mideon & Viscera defeated X-Pac & Kane at 4:17 when Viscera pinned X-Pac with a splash in the corner followed by a regular splash as the Acolytes, who came ringside mid-way through the bout, attacked Kane on the floor; Paul Bearer, WWF Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & the Big Show did guest commentary for the bout and Michael Cole went without his headset for the match
Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned WWF World Champion Mankind to win the title at 8:43 with the Pedigree; moments prior to the finish, Triple H hit the champion with a chair shot to the head on the floor, then did the same to the Rock, who was doing guest commentary for the bout; seconds later, Shane McMahon - who was the original referee for the bout until being knocked to the floor and having Earl Hebner replace him - pulled Hebner to the floor and knocked him out before sliding in the ring and making the 3-count; Chyna came ringside early in the bout, still selling the guitar shot from Jeff Jarrett earlier in the show (Triple H: The King of Kings)

8/30/99; Boston, MA; FleetCenter
8/30/99 - aired at 11pm EST; featured the Rock cutting an in-ring promo to open the show in which he discussed Shawn Michaels costing him the world title during the previous week's Smackdown!; after calling out Triple H but getting no response, the Rock went backstage to find the champion and was eventually blindsided in the hallway by Triple H, Chyna, & Shane McMahon; eventually Mankind came out to make the save; moments later, Shane came out with the Mean Street Posse and said that both Rock and Mankind could get a title shot later in the show if they could win their respective matches, with Rock facing the Undertaker in a falls count anywhere match and Mankind facing all three members of the Mean Street Posse in a handicap match; included Michael Cole conducting a backstage interview with Al Snow, regarding the Big Bossman stealing Pepper the dog, in which it appeared as though two people were having sex behind the interview screen; featured WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman asking Al Snow to come out to the ring, where he apologized to Snow for stealing Pepper and said that he will give the dog back to him at Smackdown! if Snow can come to his hotel room; included a health update on the Road Dogg, following his match with Chris Jericho on Raw, in which it announced Road Dogg has sustained a crushed disc in his back; featured the Rock cutting an in-ring promo after his loss to the Big Show in which Rock challenged Show & Taker to a handicap match later in the show; moments later, Mankind came out and offered to be Rock's tag team partner; Rock accepted but warned Mankind to never steal his catchphrases again; as Rock made his way up the ramp, Meat & Terri came out, with Rock telling Terri off; once Meat & Terri got in the ring, a G-TV segment aired on the Titan Tron showing Meat making out with Marianna backstage; Terri responded by repeatedly slapping Meat; a brawl then took place with Marianna vs. Terri and Chaz vs. Meat; included Test asking both Gerald Brisco & Pat Patterson to be his best man for his wedding to Stephanie McMahon; featured Michael Cole conducting an in-ring interview with WWF Women's Champion Ivory in which she repeatedly called Tori a slut; moments later, Tori came out and attacked Ivory, with Cole caught in-between; eventually, Luna and Jackie involved themselves in the brawl until officials pulled them apart:
Pete Gas, Joey Abs, & Rodney defeated Mankind via disqualification in a handicap match at 4:25 when, after laying out all three opponents and having Shane ignore the cover, Mankind applied the Mandible Claw on Shane; moments later, Mankind fought off an interfering Triple H and sent him to the floor; prior to the bout, Shane McMahon sent referee Teddy Long to the back as he himself would be the guest referee for the bout; after the match, Lilian Garcia mistakenly announced Mankind as the winner via DQ until Shane returned ringside and corrected her; pre-match stipulations stated that if Mankind was victorious, Mankind would earn a world title shot later in the show
WWF Tag Team Champion the Big Show (w/ Paul Bearer & WWF Tag Team Champion the Undertaker) (sub. for the Undertaker) pinned the Rock in a falls count anywhere match at 3:38 with one foot on his chest following a chokeslam through the commentary table; prior to the bout, Taker cut a promo in the ring saying that Rock had not earned the right to face him so Rock would wrestle the Big Show instead; Taker then did guest color commentary for the match; after the bout, Triple H came out and assaulted the Rock while he was still down on the floor but was eventually caught in a choke by Taker; moments later, Mankind came out to make the save for Rock but was also beaten down by Taker & Show; pre-match stipulations stated that if Rock was victorious, Rock would earn a world title shot later in the show
X-Pac pinned Taka Michinoku (w/ Sho Funaki) at 3:06 with a kick to the midsection and the X-Factor after avoiding the Michinoku Driver; moments later, X-Pac hit the move on Funaki; after the bout, Michael Cole conducted an interview with X-Pac at ringside in which he said he wanted the "big guys", implying Taker & Kane
The Acolytes Matt & Jeff Hardy, Crash & Hardcore Holly, and Edge & Christian fought to a no contest at 1:04 in an elimination match when Viscera & Mideon, Albert & Droz, and Stevie Richards & the Blue Meanie interfered, with all 14 men brawling in and outside the ring; after the bout, a number of officials attempted to break the fights up; pre-match stipulations stated that the winners of the bout would be named #1 contenders to the tag team titles
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra & Miss Kitty) & WWF European Champion Mark Henry defeated D-Lo Brown & Billy Gunn at 3:37 when Jarrett pinned Gunn after Chyna, who did guest commentary for the bout, interfered and accidentally broke Jarrett's guitar over Gunn's head as she tried to hit Jarrett; during the bout, it was announced that Chyna would face Jarrett for the IC title at Unforgiven
Ken Shamrock defeated Gangrel at 5:25 with a sunset flip into the ankle lock; Matt & Jeff Hardy were in Gangrel's corner for the bout but were sent backstage a minute into the bout after interfering; after the bout, Howard Finkel came out and introduced Chris Jericho, with Jericho's Titan Tron playing before Jericho appeared on the big screen and told Shamrock to show up to Smackdown!; moments later, Shamrock ran backstage to find Jericho
Mankind & the Rock defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Big Show & the Undertaker to win the titles at 8:13 when Rock pinned Show after hitting him over the head with a steel chair followed by a double People's Elbow from both challengers; Taker never legally tagged in and actually walked out of the match at around the 6-minute mark after Paul Bearer came ringside and showed him something in his jacket (The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment)

9/6/99; Hartford, CT; Civic Center
9/6/99 - aired at 11pm EST due to the US Open which preempted the regular timeslot:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Rock & Mankind defeated WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Chyna) (sub. for X-Pac) & Kane at 4:27 when Rock pinned Kane with the Rock Bottom and People’s Elbow after Triple H hit his partner with the sledgehammer behind the referee's back; following Rock's entrance, he cut a promo on Kane's voice box, saying he would shove it up Kane's ass; after Mankind's entrance, he took the mic, gave well wishes from his friends in the WWF to "Brian" (Brian Hildebrand) and said he was happy to be in "Harvard;" X-Pac failed to appear for the contest, with Kane then prompting to go ahead and have it as a handicap match; moments later, Triple H came out and stood in Kane's corner, with Chyna standing at ringside with a sledgehammer; after the match, Triple H entered the ring and assaulted Kane with the weapon but fled ringside after the Undertaker and Big Show came to the ring (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Miss Kitty) defeated Jackie via submission with the figure-4; after the match, he hit her over the head with a guitar
Edge & Christian defeated the Acolytes when Edge pinned Bradshaw after a missile dropkick; due to prematch stipulations, Edge & Christian became the #1 contenders to the tag team titles
The Big Show pinned Val Venis by catching Val coming off the top and hitting the chokeslam; after the match, Steve Blackman attacked Val with his kendo stick
Test, Gerald Brisco, & Pat Patterson defeated the Mean Street Posse (w/ Terri) when Test pinned Rodney after Stan Stasiak interfered
Hardcore & Crash Holly defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy when Hardcore pinned Matt; after the match, Hardcore and Crash brawled
D-Lo Brown pinned Steve Blackman with the Lo Down after Val Venis stole Blackman’s duffel bag; after the match, Mark Henry, who had been doing commentary, attacked D-Lo
WWF Women’s Champion Ivory pinned Tori in a hardcore match after smashing a mirror over her head (the match did not air on TSN in Canada due to Tori's wet underwear and shirt outfit) (Divas Postcard from the Caribbean, WWF Hardcore DVD / VHS)
WWF World Champion Triple H pinned Billy Gunn with the Pedigree; after the match, Kane took out the champion, Chyna, and Shane McMahon as the show came to a close

9/13/99; Anaheim, CA; Arrowhead Pond
9/13/99:
Luna defeated WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett via disqualification when Ivory interfered and hit Luna with Jarrett’s guitar; after the match, Jarrett put Lillian Garcia in the figure-4 for announcing Luna as the winner
D-Von Dudley defeated Farooq in a strap match after Bubba Ray Dudley interfered and hit Farooq with a chair; after the match, Bradshaw cleared the ring of the Dudleyz
Test pinned Joey Abs (w/ the Mean Street Posse) with a powerbomb; after the match, Shane McMahon and Test fought off the Mean Street Posse and chased them out of the arena
WWF World Champion Triple H fought Steve Austin to a no contest when Austin was handcuffed and led away by police before the bout began
The Godfather pinned Chaz with the Ho Train and the Pimp Drop
Chris Jericho defeated Gotch Gracie (Mr. Hughes under a mask) via submission with the Walls of Jericho in a steel cage match; after the match, both men attacked Ken Shamrock (Hughes’ return match)
The Undertaker, Mankind, the Big Show, Kane, and the Rock fought to a no contest when Mideon & Viscera attacked Mankind and a number of referees were knocked out by participants before other wrestlers broke the fight up
D-Lo Brown & Val Venis defeated Steve Blackman & WWF European Champion Mark Henry when D-Lo pinned Blackman with the Lo-Down after a fisherman suplex from Venis
WWF World Champion Triple H defeated Steve Austin via disqualification when the challenger used a chair and assaulted the referee

9/20/99; Houston, TX; Compaq Center
9/20/99:
Chris Jericho defeated Billy Gunn via submission with the Walls of Jericho
The Dudley Boyz defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy when Bubba Ray pinned Matt; after the bout, the Acolytes - who were doing guest commentary for the bout - attacked the Dudleyz and Stevie Richards (who was dressed as a Dudley Boy)
Test & Stephanie McMahon defeated WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett & Debra when Stephanie pinned Jarrett after a flying elbowsmash from Test; during the bout, Debra refused to be tagged in and after the match Jarrett put her in the figure-4
The Rock & Mankind defeated Mideon, Viscera (sub. for WWF Tag Team Champion the Undertaker), & WWF Tag Team Champion the Big Show in a handicap match following the People's Elbow to win the titles; prior to the contest, the Undertaker made the match under 'darkside rules' and took himself out of the bout before attacking his own tag team partner
Shawn Stasiak pinned Steve Blackman with a roll up after Blackman went to his bag of weapons and pulled out a vibrator, which had been placed inside by guest commentator Val Venis
Hardcore Holly (w/ Crash Holly) pinned the Big Bossman in a hardcore match after Crash interfered
Shane McMahon & Test (sub. for Vince McMahon) defeated Triple H & Chyna via disqualification when Triple H hit both opponents with a steel chair; after the bout, Vince - who had been locked in his dressing room backstage - came to ringside and hit Triple H with a chair

9/27/99; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
9/27/99:
The Big Show defeated Chris Jericho (w/ Curtis Hughes) via disqualification when Albert, who was doing guest commentary for the bout, attacked Show; after the bout, the Road Dogg attacked Hughes as Jericho escaped from ringside
WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown defeated Steve Blackman via disqualification when Blackman hit the champion with a kendo stick; after the bout, guest commentator Droz attacked D-Lo and threw up on him; Mark Henry made the save but D-Lo didn't want his help
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated X-Pac & Kane via disqualification when Hardcore & Crash Holly attacked the champions; Kane & X-Pac helped in fighting them off
The Fabulous Moolah & Mae Young defeated WWF Women's Champion Ivory in a handicap evening gown match
Chyna & Debra defeated Tom Pritchard & WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Miss Kitty) when Chyna pinned Jarrett after Pritchard hit her with a guitar and she fell on top of Jarrett; due to prematch stipulations, Chyna earned an IC title rematch for No Mercy
The Rock fought WWF World Champion Triple H to a no contest when Davey Boy Smith attacked both men as the Rock had Triple H pinned; Steve Austin was the guest commentator for the bout

10/4/99; East Rutherford, NJ; Continental Airlines Arena
10/4/99:
The Acolytes defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg, Kane & X-Pac, and Hardcore & Crash Holly when Bradshaw pinned X-Pac; Kane pinned Farooq at the same time but they were the illegal men in the match
TIT Invitational Best of 7 Series: Edge & Christian defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy at 4:20 when Edge pinned Jeff with a spear, jumping off Christian's back, as Jeff came off the top rope; Edge & Christian: 2, Hardys: 0; Terri Runnels provided guest commentary for the bout (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
The Fabulous Moolah & Mae Young defeated Miss Kitty (sub. for WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett who decided to do commentary instead) & Ivory when Kitty was pinned; after the match, Jarrett put Kitty in the figure-4 for losing
Chyna defeated Davey Boy Smith via disqualification when Jeff Jarrett interfered and hit Chyna with a coffee can; after the match, Smith called Triple H out and gave him a count of 10 before hitting the powerslam on Chyna - but instead only gave a count of 3 before executing the move
The Dudley Boyz defeated Mankind & Stevie Richards (dressed as Dude Love) following the 3D on Richards as Mankind had the Mandible Claw applied on Val Venis, who was doing commentary
The Rock pinned Chris Jericho (w/ Curtis Hughes) with a Rock Bottom onto a chair followed by the People’s Elbow; after the match, Davey Boy Smith came ringside and began brawling with the Rock

10/11/99; Atlanta, GA; Georgia Dome
10/11/99:
Billy Gunn (w/ the Road Dogg) pinned Crash Holly (w/ Hardcore Holly) with the Fameasser after 48 seconds; after the match, Hardcore knocked out both Outlaws with Crash’s scale
WWF Women’s Champion Ivory defeated Mae Young via disqualification in a non-title match when the Fabulous Moolah interfered
Edge & Christian fought Matt & Jeff Hardy to a double count-out at 4:45when all four men began brawling on the floor; this was the 3rd match in the TIT Invitational
X-Pac pinned Farooq (w/ Bradshaw) at 3:21 by reversing the Dominator into the X-Factor; after the match, Kane made the save against the Acolytes which upset X-Pac since he said he didn’t want any help
The Headbangers defeated Chris Jericho & Curtis Hughes at 3:27 when Hughes was pinned after Jericho walked out of the match
The Godfather pinned Mark Henry in a Ho Jack match (lumberjack with hoes surrounding the ring) at 1:24 with the Ho Train and a roll up
The Big Show defeated the Big Bossman via disqualification at the 37 second mark when Bossman used his nightstick as a weapon; after the match, Al Snow attempted to make the save but was also beaten down
Steve Austin & Jim Ross fought WWF World Champion Triple H & Chyna to a no contest at around the 5-minute mark when, after Austin and Triple H fought their way backstage, WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett came out and knocked out Chyna by hitting her in the head with a toaster; moments later, Miss Kitty wheeled a laundry bin ringside, where Jarrett dumped Chyna inside and wheeled her backstage; moments later, Austin and Triple H brawled their way into the crowd where Austin threw Triple H into a beer stand and then celebrated with a beer; a backstage camera then showed Jarrett wheeling the laundry bin with Chyna inside off a ledge in another area of the building (Ross's debut match) (The Atittude Era)
The Rock & Mankind fought Val Venis & Davey Boy Smith to a no contest when Mankind chased Venis backstage and the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Smith onto dog crap

10/18/99; Columbus, OH; Schottenstein Center
10/18/99 - featured the Rock cutting an in-ring promo to open the broadcast in which he made mention of facing Triple H for the world title at the Survivor Series; moments later, Steve Austin interrupted and blamed Rock for his losing to Triple H the previous night at No Mercy; as the two men prepared to fight each other, Vince McMahon came to the ring and asked that Triple H come out to share his opinion as to who should be the #1 contender; after Triple H came out and ran down Vince, Rock, and Austin, McMahon ordered Triple H to defend the title against both Austin and the Rock at Survivor Series; included the Acolytes beating Curtis Hughes in a poker game and, as a result, winning Howard Finkel; featured an in-ring promo by the Big Bossman in which he insulted the Big Show and offered to put the Hardcore title on the line later in the show; included the Fabulous Moolah and Mae Young fighting backstage during an interview with Michael Cole after Mae said she wanted a shot at Moolah's newly won Women's title; featured footage of Mark Henry with his 4th sex therapist, an older woman who eventually threw herself on him; included Mankind giving Rock an autographed copy of Have a Nice Day; later in the show, Al Snow found the book in the trash can and told Mankind about it, angering Mankind that Rock would throw his book and his life in the trash; included an in-ring promo by the new WWF IC Champion Chyna, with Miss Kitty, in which Chris Jericho interrupted, said that seeing Chyna with the belt made him sick, and cited Ricky Steamboat, Randy Savage, Rick Rude, and the Mountie as former champions who brought credibility to the title; moments later, Chyna hit Jericho in the face with the title belt, knocking him off the ring apron and onto the commentary table; featured Michael Cole conducting an in-ring interview with Matt & Jeff Hardy regarding their ladder match win the previous night; moments later, Edge & Christian came out and congratulated the Hardyz for their victory; Gangrel and Terri soon followed, with Gangrel saying both teams should congratulate him before he was beaten down by the Hardyz and Edge & Christian:
X-Pac & Kane defeated the Dudley Boyz when Kane pinned Bubba Ray with a chokeslam following an enzuiguri from X-Pac at 3:45; early in the contest, the Headbangers came ringside to distract the Dudleyz; after the match, the Headbangers brawled with the Dudleyz on the floor until they were held apart by referees
Viscera (w/ Mideon) pinned the Godfather at 2:09 with a blow from behind and a splash after Godfather knocked Mideon off the ring apron
Test defeated Davey Boy Smith via disqualification at 2:17 when the Mean Street Posse interfered as Test prepared to hit Smith with a trash can; after the bout, Smith assaulted Test with the trash can and officially joined forces with the Mean Street Posse before eventually hitting the running powerslam
Val Venis pinned Al Snow with the Money Shot at 4:39 after shoving Snow off the top
WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman defeated the Big Show via forfeit after Show was told backstage by a police officer that his father had passed away; later in the show it was revealed, via G-TV, that the Bossman paid the man to lie to Show and tell him about his father's death
Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated the Acolytes (w/ Howard Finkel) at 4:58 when Road Dogg pinned Bradshaw by reversing a piledriver attempt into a roll over after Gunn hit Bradshaw in the back with a steel chair, placed in the ring by Finkel; mid-way through the bout, the top rope fell off one of the corners and, after being assaulted with the turnbuckle pad, Gunn was busted open; after the bout, Bradshaw gave Finkel a wedgie as the Acolytes forced him backstage
Hardcore & Crash Holly defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Rock & Mankind to win the titles at 7:30 when Hardcore pinned Rock after Triple H interfered behind the referee's back and hit the Pedigree; Mick Foley sat on the ring steps with his back to the ring for the duration of the match and left immediately after the decision; after the bout, Steve Austin attacked Triple H from behind on the stage, throwing him in the ring where Rock followed by hitting the Rock Bottom; as Rock attempted the People's Elbow, Austin gave him two middle fingers and then hit the Stunner on Triple H instead

10/25/99; Providence, RI; Civic Center
10/25/99:
Viscera pinned the Godfather (w/ Mark Henry) after Henry nailed the Godfather from behind; due to prematch stipulations, Viscera won the Godfather’s hoes and allowed Henry to have them any time he wanted
Edge & Christian defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Hardcore & Crash Holly via disqualification when Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty prevented the pinfall after Edge hit the spear on Crash; after the bout, the Hardy Boyz made the save (Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty’s return)
Ivory pinned WWF Women’s Champion the Fabulous Moolah (w/ Mae Young) to win the title in an impromptu match
The Big Show fought Prince Albert to a no contest when the Big Bossman came ringside and told the Big Show that he pulled the plug on Show’s father at the hospital and stole his watch; Bossman and Albert attacked Show to end the segment
WWF IC Champion Chyna (w/ Miss Kitty) & WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown defeated Chris Jericho & Stevie Richards (dressed in disguise as a female fan) when Chyna pinned Richards; after the match, Jericho put Richards in the Walls of Jericho
Mankind defeated WWF World Champion Triple H via disqualification when Val Venis interfered as Mankind had the Mandible Claw applied and hit the challenger with a chair; after the match, Al Snow made the save
Kane defeated Bubba Ray Dudley (w/ D-Von Dudley) via disqualification when D-Von interfered; after the match, X-Pac made the save
Test fought Davey Boy Smith to a no contest in a steel cage match at around the 4-minute mark; late in the match, the Mean Street Posse came through the crowd and broke into the cage after Test hit an elbowdrop off the top of the cage; in the melee, the Smith escaped through the door, although the bell never rung nor was any decision announced; Shane McMahon made the save for Test by leaping off the top of the cage onto the Posse; after Test came to Shane's aid moments later, Stephanie McMahon came to the ring to tend to and celebrate with her brother and fiancee (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
Steve Austin & the Rock defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg via disqualification when X-Pac and Triple H interfered and helped with the tag champions in attacking the challengers, thus reforming DX

11/1/99; Washington DC; MCI Center
11/1/99:
The Rock fought the Road Dogg to a no contest when DX and Vince McMahon interfered
Matt & Jeff Hardy & Edge & Christian defeated Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty & Crash & Hardcore Holly after Edge hit the spear
Mankind & Al Snow defeated the Big Bossman & Albert when Snow pinned Albert after throwing him into a table
WWF IC Champion Chyna pinned Stevie Richards with a low blow and the Pedigree; after the match, Chris Jericho attacked the champion from behind and applies the Walls of Jericho
Steve Austin pinned Billy Gunn with the Stunner; after the bout, Austin held off DX with a chair
Test defeated Val Venis via count-out when Mankind chased Val from ringside; after the bout, Stephanie McMahon proposed to Test, with him accepting
Kane fought X-Pac to a no contest when DX interfered and attacked Kane
The Headbangers defeated the Dudley Boyz after Thrasher hit a DDT; after the match, the Mean Street Posse attacked the Headbangers
WWF World Champion Triple H pinned Shane McMahon after Vince McMahon interfered and inadvertantly hit Shane with the title belt; the Rock was the special time keeper for the bout, Steve Austin was the guest commentator, and Kane was the guest enforcer; all three men paired off with members of DX during the bout and battled away from ringside

11/8/99; State College, PA; Bryce Jordan Center
11/8/99:
The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mankind & Al Snow to win the titles when Dogg pinned Snow after a chair shot from Gunn
The Godfather defeated Val Venis via count-out when Val and Mankind fought into the crowd
Edge & Christian & the Headbangers defeated Davey Boy Smith & the Mean Street Posse when Christian pinned Pete Gas
The Rock pinned X-Pac by blocking the X-Factor and hitting the Rock Bottom; after the bout, DX attacked the Rock until Vince McMahon came out and ordered Triple H to defend the title against Test in the main event; seconds later, the Rock laid out the champion with the Rock Bottom and People's Elbow
The Big Bossman pinned Kane after hitting him with the nightstick after Albert interfered
Crash & Hardcore Holly defeated Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty when Hardcore scored the pin with a suplex
WWF World Champion Triple H defeated Test via count-out when Test, Vince & Shane McMahon ran backstage after Stephanie McMahon had been kidnapped by DX; Vince McMahon was the guest time keeper and Shane McMahon the guest referee for the bout

11/15/99; Pittsburgh, PA; Civic Arena
11/15/99:
Mankind defeated Val Venis via submission with the Mandible Claw at 4:51
Kurt Angle pinned the Godfather with the Olympic Slam at 2:58 after the Godfather became distracted by a fan at ringside that had a sign reading 'World Wide Filth'
Gangrel (w/ Luna) pinned Chris Jericho with a northern lights suplex at 1:27 after Jericho became distracted by Chyna and Miss Kitty at ringside
WWF World Champion the Big Show defeated WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith (w/ the Mean Street Posse) via disqualification at the 33-second mark after the Posse interfered
WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg pinned Al Snow at 4:14 with the pumphandle slam; after the bout, Mankind cheered Snow up following the loss
Test pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn with a roll up at 4:30 after avoiding the Fameasser; after the bout, Gunn hit the Fameasser on Test
Triple H defeated Kane via disqualification at 4:42 when Vince McMahon interfered; after the bout, Kane hit a chokeslam on Triple H
WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman pinned the Rock in a non-title hardcore match with the sidewalk slam at 4:41 after Albert distracted the Rock; following the bout, the Rock attacked both men as well as several officials; due to prematch stipulations, the Bossman became the #1 contender to the WWF World Title

11/22/99; Syracuse, NY
11/22/99:
Crash & Hardcore Holly defeated Mankind & Al Snow when Crash pinned Snow following a dropkick from Hardcore as Snow attempted the Snow Plow on Crash
Kurt Angle pinned Mark Henry with the Angle Slam
Chris Jericho pinned the Godfather with the Lionsault
Edge & Christian defeated the Dudley Boyz when D-Von was pinned
X-Pac (w/ WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn) pinned Jeff Hardy (w/ Matt Hardy & Terri Runnels) with the X-Factor after Gunn and Road Dogg interfered
WWF World Champion the Big Show defeated Kane (mystery opponent) via count-out when the challenger attacked Viscera on the floor, who had chased Tori to ringside; after the bout, Show hit a powerslam on Viscera
Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty defeated Val Venis & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith via disqualification when the Mean Street Posse attacked Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty after Venis walked out of the match; after the bout, Rikishi made the save and danced with Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty
Test pinned WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg after interference from guest referee Shane McMahon
The Rock & Mankind defeated WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman & Albert when Mankind made the pin after the Rock Bottom / People's Elbow combo from the Rock; the bout was originally a 2-on-1 handicap match but Mankind came to the Rock's aid mid-way through the contest
Triple H fought the Acolytes to a no contest in a no holds barred handicap match after Vince McMahon prevented Triple H from leaving ringside, hit him with a chair, and threw him off the stage; prematch stipulations stated that if any member of DX interfered in the match they would be suspended for 30 days

11/29/99; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena
11/29/99 - the closing segment included the wedding of Stephanie McMahon and Test, during which Triple H interrupted and said Stephanie was already married; he then showed footage of him marrying an unconscious Stephanie in Las Vegas:
Viscera & WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman defeated Kane (w/ Tori) & WWF World Champion the Big Show when Viscera pinned Kane after X-Pac interfered and hit the X-Factor on Kane; after the bout, X-Pac hit Tori with a spin kick
Edge (w/ Christian) pinned Matt Hardy (w/ Jeff Hardy & Terri Runnels) with the spear as all four men were fighting in the ring
Steve Blackman pinned the Godfather
Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty (w/ Rikishi) defeated Hardcore & Crash Holly when Crash was pinned; after the bout, Rikishi fought off Hardcore
Test pinned Triple H with the flying elbowsmash after Shane McMahon interfered as Triple H attempted to pull the Vince McMahon mask off the referee
Kurt Angle pinned Val Venis after Davey Boy Smith interfered and hit Venis with a chair
X-Pac & WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated the Rock, Kane, & Mankind via disqualification when Al Snow interfered and hit the DX members with Head after Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Gunn; after the bout, Rock hit the People's Elbow on Snow for costing him the match

12/6/99; Worcester, MA; Centrum
12/6/99:
Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg via disqualification when Crash & Hardcore Holly interfered; Rikishi made the save
Kurt Angle & Steve Blackman defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Terri) after Blackman hit Jeff with his kendo stick, with Angle getting the pin
Val Venis fought D-Lo Brown to a no contest when Davey Boy Smith and the Mean Street Posse attacked both men; prematch stipulations called for the winner to be named the #1 contender to Smith's European title
The Godfather pinned Prince Albert with the Ho Train
Rikishi pinned Hardcore Holly with a splash off the middle turnbuckle
Triple H & X-Pac defeated Test & Kane (w/ Tori) when Triple H pinned Test following a low blow and the Pedigree
WWF World Champion the Big Show pinned Viscera with a missile dropkick off the top
The Rock & Mankind defeated Al Snow & Chris Jericho via disqualification when Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg interfered

12/13/99; Tampa, FL
12/13/99:
WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho defeated X-Pac
Mark Henry pinned the Godfather with a roll up after Mae Young distracted the Godfather from ringside
The Rock & Mankind defeated the Dudley Boyz when Rock made the pin; Rock & Mankind originally won the match via disqualification but Triple H overruled the decision and made the bout a No DQ match
WWF Women's Champion the Kat pinned Tori in a chocolate pudding match after outside interference from X-Pac backfired; after the match, the New Age Outlaws attacked Kane - who threw X-Pac into the pudding; prior to the match, the champion renamed herself the Kat and threw ring announcer Lilian Garcia into the pudding after the contest for forgetting to call her as such
The Acolytes fought the Mean Street Posse to a no contest in a handicap match after destroying their opponents and walking out of the match
Edge & Christian defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy in a steel cage match when Edge escaped through the door after Matt Hardy and Christian had previously escaped over the top
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn pinned Kane in a triple threat match after Gunn hit the Fameasser
WWF World Champion the Big Show defeated WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman & Albert in a handicap match by pinning the Bossman after hitting chokeslams on both men; prematch stipulations stated that had Bossman's team won he would have become the new world champion
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn fought Triple H & Test to a no contest when Triple H attacked his partner; after the match, DX ganged up on Test and Stephanie McMahon slapped him

12/20/99; Houston, TX; Compaq Center
12/20/99 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary:
Jeff Hardy & Christian defeated Matt Hardy & Edge
Kurt Angle pinned Viscera after Steve Blackman interfered and hit Viscera with his kendo stick
The Dudley Boyz, the Acolytes, and Mae Young & the Fabulous Moolah fought to a no contest when Mark Henry came to the aid of Young and Moolah and helped the Acolytes against the Dudleyz
Mankind fought the Mean Street Posse (dressed as Santa Claus) to a no contest in a Boiler Room Brawl when the New Age Outlaws and Triple H interfered
WWF IC Champion Chris Jerihco pinned the Godfather after Chyna interfered and gave the Godfather a low blow
Hardcore Holly (w/ Terri Runnels) defeated Val Venis (w/ BB) in a bout where whenever a participant was thrown to the floor his valet would have to take off an article of clothing
Al Snow defeated the Rock in a Brahma Bull bullrope match after the New Age Outlaws interfered
Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty & Rikishi defeated the Mean Street Posse
WWF World Champion the Big Show defeated Kane (w/ Tori) in a No DQ falls count anywhere match at 6:55 after dropping him with a powerbomb through the commentary table; stipulations stated Tori would have to spend the holidays with X-Pac if Show won; prior to the match, Triple H & Stephanie McMahon took a seat at the entrance stage to watch the bout; at the 2:14 mark, referee Mike Chioda stopped the match and awarded it to Kane via disqualification after Show hit Kane with a steel chair on the floor; moments later, Triple H took the mic and informed Chioda the match was No DQ; at the 3:05 mark, the two were counted-out, with Stephanie saying it was a No count-out match and Triple H adding the falls count anywhere stipulation; at the 6-minute mark, WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg came out, distracting Kane and Tori from ringside; after the bout, Gunn & Road Dogg carried Tori up the ramp (Falls Count Anywhere: The Greatest Street Fights and other Out of Control Matches)

12/27/99; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
12/27/99 - included an opening segment in which Mankind interrupted an in-ring promo from Triple H, DX, and Stephanie McMahon saying that if HHH was able to win the world title, he would be in line for a title shot; Makind was eventually beaten down by DX before the Rock made the save; moments later, Triple H said that the company was too small for the three of them so a pink slip on a pole match was scheduled for later in the evening between Rock and Mankind; featured a double date between Mark Henry & Mae Young and Harvey Wippleman & the Fabulous Moolah:
Chyna (w/ the Kat) pinned Crash Holly at 1:11; Hardcore Holly did guest commentary for the bout
The Dudley Boyz defeated the Acolytes at 2:40 after the Mean Street Posse interfered and guest referee Joey Abs gave a fast count; prior to the bout, Rodney and Pete Gas were introduced as the special time keeper and ring announcer (the Dudleyz' first appearance in the blue camouflage)
Kurt Angle defeated the Headbangers in a handicap match at the 50-second mark after Steve Blackman interfered and hit Mosh with a kendo stick; after the bout, the Headbangers hit a guillotine legdrop on Angle before Blackman cleared them from the ring
Al Snow defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho via disqualification at 1:30 when Chyna interfered and hit Snow with Head
The Rock defeated Mankind in a Pink Slip on a Pole match at 9:30 after hitting the Rock Bottom on a distracted Mankind, moments after Al Snow appeared ringside; due to pre-match stipulations, Mankind was fired from the company; after the bout, Mankind cut a goodbye promo, saying he planned to retire in 2000 but not this early
Albert & Ivory defeated Val Venis & WWF Women's Champion the Kat, Gangrel & Luna, and Viscera & Jackie at 2:17 when Albert pinned Venis
X-Pac pinned Jeff Hardy (w/ Matt Hardy & Terri) with the X-Factor at 4:08
Test defeated Kane (w/ Tori) via disqualification at 2:57 when Kane shoved the referee; after the bout, Kane hit the tombstone on Test
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty at 2:22 after interference from both Rikishi and X-Pac, with X-Pac attacking Grandmaster Sexay and leading to the pin; after the bout, Rikishi helped in clearing the ring and then danced with Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty
WWF World Champion the Big Show pinned Triple H (w/ DX) with the chokeslam in a No DQ match at 5:58 after Mankind interfered and hit Triple H in the back of the head with a chair; prior to the bout, the challenger announced it would be No DQ and the remaining members of DX interfered throughout the bout

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