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WCW
1999

WCW @ Macon, GA - Coliseum - January 2, 1999 (6,056)
Scotty Riggs defeated Chip Minton
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Kaz Hayashi
Perry Saturn defeated Ernest Miller
Kanyon defeated Prince Iaukea
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated Chris Jericho & Juventud Guerrera (sub. for Eddie Guerrero)
Sting defeated Wrath (sub. for Bret Hart)
Bill Goldberg defeated the Giant

WCW @ Columbus, GA - Civic Center - January 3, 1999 (4,072)
Scotty Riggs defeated Chip Minton
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Kaz Hayashi
Perry Saturn defeated Ernest Miller
Kanyon defeated Prince Iaukea
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated Chris Jericho & Juventud Guerrera (sub. for Eddie Guerrero)
Sting defeated Wrath (sub. for Bret Hart)
Bill Goldberg defeated the Giant

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Georgia Dome - January 4, 1999 (38,809; 34,788 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Hugh Morrus (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Glacier
Booker T pinned Emory Hale
Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Norman Smiley
Chris Benoit defeated Horace Hogan
chris Jericho (w/ Ralphus) defeated Perry Saturn via disqualification
Psychosis & Juventud Guerrera defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio Jr.
Konnan defeated WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Buff Bagwell) via disqualification
Bam Bam Bigelow fought Wrath to a double count-out
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Brian Adams (w/ Vincent)
Hulk Hogan (w/ WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner) (sub. for Bill Goldberg) pinned WCW World Champion Kevin Nash (w/ Scott Hall) to win the title at 1:41 after pushing him with his finger; following the match, Goldberg returned to the arena and went after Hogan; Hogan, Steiner, Buff Bagwell, and Nash then attacked Goldberg; moments later, Lex Luger came out and attacked Goldberg as well; moments later, Luger put Goldberg in the Torture Rack before Goldberg had "nWo" spraypainted on his back (The Very Best of Nitro)

WCW @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - January 5, 1999 (1,100)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Chad Fortune
Bobby Blaze defeated Judo Suwa
Steve McMichael defeated Hardbody Harrison
Norman Smiley fought Barry Darsow to a no contest
Juventud Guerrera & Psychosis fought Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio Jr. to a no contest
Konnan defeated Johnny Swinger
Villano V defeated Perry Saturn
1/9/99:
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Al Greene
Scott & Steve Armstrong defeated Nick Dinsmore & Mike Sullivan
Bobby Blaze defeated Dave Burkhead
Bobby Duncum Jr. defeated Bill Payne
Glacier defeated Lash Laroux
Chase Tatum defeated the Gambler
Fit Finlay & Dave Taylor defeated Disorderly Conduct
Kenny Kaos & Bobby Eaton defeated La Parka & Silver King
1/16/99:
Wrath defeated Barry Horowitz
Chad Fortune defeated Fidel Sierra
Meng defeated Dale Tolbert
Disco Inferno defeated Jeff Pies
Chris Adams defeated Chip Minton
Scotty Riggs defeated Scott Putski
Bobby Duncum Jr. & Mike Enos defeated Bobby Eaton & Kenny Kaos
1/23/99 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyszko in the studio; featured footage from the 1/11/99 Nitro in which Ric Flair said WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan worked for him and reinstated JJ Dillon; Dillon then said Hogan would make his first title defense at SuperBrawl against a member of WCW; Flair then addressed the lWo, said Eddie Guerrero was laid up with a broken leg and the nWo was behind it, then urging them to take off their lWo T-shirts and join the WCW bandwagon; included Gene Okerlund hyping SuperBrawl, then conducting a backstage interview with Bobby Duncum Jr. about his father and being in WCW; featured footage of the Hells Angels accompanying the nWo to the ring during the 1/11/99 Nitro, with Hogan then cutting an in-ring promo about Flair's comments; included Mike Tenay & Scott Hudson on play-by-play commentary; featured a vignette on Flair; included a black and white nWo vignette in which Hogan and Kevin Nash discussed their reunion and talked about their recent match at the Georgia Dome, with the two recalling the match as an epic encounter for both; featured Okerlund discussing SuperBrawl before conducting a backstage interview with Norman Smiley about his being in WCW and his feud with Chavo Guerrero Jr.:
Jerry Flynn defeated Lenny Lane via submission with a cross armbreaker at 3:11 after throwing Lane off the top
Kendall Windham pinned Mike Sullivan with a bulldog at 3:40
Horace pinned Prince Iaukea with a Samoan Drop at 3:12
Brian Adams & Vincent defeated the Border Patrol at 2:55 when Adams scored the pin with a spinebuster
Dark match: Lex Luger pinned the Giant at around the 10-second mark when the Giant picked Luger up for a bodyslam and then fell down, with Luger landing on top for the win; after the bout, the two nWo members embraced, showing their "match" was a ruse

WCW @ Mobile, AL - Civic Center - January 6, 1999 (3,477)
Scott & Steve Armstrong defeated Alex Wright & Disco Inferno
Steve McMichael defeated Brian Adams
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Juventud Guerrera
Booker T defeated Chris Jericho
Scott Hall defeated Horace Hogan
Konnan defeated Lex Luger
Bill Goldberg defeated Bam Bam Bigelow

WCW @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - January 7, 1999 (8,597)
Thunder taping:
1/7/99 - featured an opening video package recapping the feud between Ric Flair and Eric Bischoff, Bischoff's win over Flair at Starrcade, Flair putting his career on the line on Nitro to get a rematch, winning, earning the right to run WCW for 90 days, and then having Tony Schiavone be Bischoff's new boss; included Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; featured footage from Nitro of Hulk Hogan pinning WCW World Champion Kevin Nash to win the title, with Hogan, Nash, WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner, and Scott Hall celebrating in the ring before Bill Goldberg returned to the ring, and then eventually beaten down by Hogan, Nash, Steiner, Lex Luger, Buff Bagwell, alongside Elizabeth; after the nWo left, Goldberg took the mic and challenged Nash as the ring filled up with players of the Atlanta Falcons; included Gene Okerlund conducting an in-ring interview with Flair regarding Hogan being the new champion and the growth of the nWo, then noting he fought Harley Race at the same building in 1981 in front of a sell out crowd for the world title; Flair then said Hogan and Nash would be ashamed of themselves in 10 years for what they did, then told Luger that he sucked for what he did and he didn't have any leadership skills; Flair finished by telling Bischoff to be in his office the next day at 8am and that Hogan and Nash would face the consequences the next week on Nitro; featured footage from Nitro of Chris Jericho praising referee Scott Dickenson, with Jericho saying Dickenson shouldn't have to put up with the physicality of Perry Saturn; included a backstage segment with the Giant, Curt Hennig, Vincent, Horace, Brian Adams, Scott Norton, and others waiting as Hogan, Nash, Luger, Hall, and Steiner -- wearing the red and black -- arrived to the arena in a limo; Giant then questioned what happened at Nitro, with Hogan saying there was a lack of communication between his group and Giant's; featured an ad promoting the Nitro Girls calendar; included footage of Raven visiting his rich family with Chris Kanyon, with Raven's sister Chastity walking in; Raven's mother then told him repeatedly to go back to see his doctor and seek treatment and that he didn't know what was good for him; featured Okerlund conducting an interview in the aisle with Hennig & Barry Windham regarding their upcoming match at Souled Out against Ric & David Flair; included footage on how to be part of the 1999 Bruise Cruise in May; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Juventud Guerrera in which Guerrera said "they got Eddie, maybe I'm next," then ran out of the arena after alluding to the Wolfpac; included footage from poolside at Raven's pool, with "James" (Sandman) arriving, knocking Kanyon into the pool, and complimenting each of Raven's family; James then talked about his daughter Kelly and son Tyler, with Raven walking out and blaming his mother for taking up all the time with his own friends:
Ernest Miller (w/ Sonny Onoo) pinned Perry Saturn at 3:05 when, as referee Mickey Jay argued on the floor with an interfering Chris Jericho, referee Scott Dickenson ran into the ring and gave Saturn a fast count before then leaving the ring; after the contest, Saturn threw a steel chair around the ring in frustration
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Psychosis via disqualification at around the 5-minute mark when Juventud Guerrera interfered, with the lWo members double teaming the champion before Rey Mysterio Jr. made the save and helped Kidman clear the ring; moments later, WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner, Buff Bagwell, Scott Hall, Lex Luger, and Kevin Nash walked out, with the nWo attacking Kidman, Juvi, and Psychosis before Mysterio left the ring under his own power; after Hall used his cattle prod to shock Psychosis, Hogan and Nash discussed their match on Nitro and cut a promo on Ric Flair and Bill Goldberg; moments later, the Giant walked out, accompanied by Brian Adams, Vincent, Curt Hennig, Scott Norton, and Horace, with Giant asking why he asked them to stay backstage; eventually, Hogan called out Giant, saying he was the reason Flair was running WCW and Nash was the true giant of the nWo; Hogan then suggested that if Giant can beat Nash, then he can have his spot in the nWo and that the match will happen on Monday Nitro; Giant accepted and said he was the only giant in WCW or the nWo
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Jerry Flynn with the Greetings from Asbury Park at the 29-second mark
Disco Inferno pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. with the Chart Buster at 3:25 after Guerrero knocked an interfering Norman Smiley off the apron as Smiley was dancing with Guerrero's stick horse Pepe; Pepe wore a neckbrace for the match; during the bout, it was announced Ric Flair was starting a tournament to crown new WCW Tag Team Champions and it would begin later in the show
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament Opening Round: Fit Finlay & Dave Taylor defeated Super Calo & Lizmark Jr. at 2:13 when Taylor pinned Lizmark with a suplex into a cradle; during the bout, Tony Schiavone noted he was in the same arena in 1978 to see Paul Orndorff & Jimmy Snuka become tag team champions; after the bout, the nWo Wolfpac returned to the ring and attacked all four men; moments later, Scott Hall took the mic and said the reason there's no tag team action on TBS is because he and Kevin Nash couldn't be beat, then adding that the title tournament wasn't going to happen
Booker T pinned La Parka with a Harlem sidekick at 4:27 as La Parka attempted to hit Booker with a steel chair
Konnan pinned Chris Jericho (w/ Ralphus) with a facebuster and fast count from an interfering Perry Saturn at 5:02, moments after Saturn came out and scared referee Scott Dickenson from the ring; prior to the bout, footage was shown from Konnan winning the WCW TV Title from Jericho on the 11/30/98 Nitro; during Jericho's entrance, La Parka was shown knocked out backstage, with "nWo" sprayed around him; prior to Konnan's entrance, his music video aired on the big screen; following Konnan's entrance, he was jumped by Jericho while trying to cut an in-ring promo
Barry Windham pinned Chris Benoit at 5:13 with a stomp to the head as, while the referee was knocked down, Benoit had an interfering Curt Hennig caught in the Crippler Crossface; after the contest, Steve McMichael ran out, assaulted Windham, and cleared he and Hennig from the ring
1/14/99 - featured Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay, & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included Gene Okerlund conducting an interview in the aisle with Jimmy Hart in which Hart discussed returning as a manager and saying he reunited Meng & the Barbarian to participate in the upcoming WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament; featured a video package recapping recent events between Ric Flair and Eric Bischoff and Bischoff having to set up the ring for Klondike Bill in Knoxville, TN for Monday Nitro; included an ad promoting WCW/nWo Thunder for Playstation; featured an ad promoting the latest WCW/nWo Magazine; included the announcement Meng, Disco Inferno, and Wrath would be part of WCW Saturday Night; featured a video package in which Bill Goldberg admitted he made a mistake in thinking his match with Kevin Nash would be a fair match at Starrcade, he had learned from his mistake, would eventually face WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, and that Scott Hall would be Goldberg's first victim on his way to Nash and Hogan; included a WCW Motorsports video package; featured several minutes of footage recapping events from Nitro:
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Scott Putski with the Greetings from Asbury Park at 6:10
Norman Smiley defeated Prince Iaukea via submission with the Crossface Chickenwing at around the 11-minute mark
Chris Jericho (w/ Ralphus) defeated Van Hammer via submission with the Liontamer at 4:26; following his entrance, Jericho took the mic and said he would let the crowd cheer for him, adding he would beat Perry Saturn at Souled Out and force Saturn to retire after forcing him to wear a dress; late in the match, Saturn appeared in the aisle to watch
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament: Meng & the Barbarian (w/ Jimmy Hart) fought Mike Enos & Bobby Duncum Jr. to a no contest at around the 7-minute mark when WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, Lex Luger, Scott Norton, WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner, Buff Bagwell, Vincent, Scott Hall, and Brian Adams came out, with the nWo members beating down on both teams and Hart; moments later, Hogan took the mic and put over his team before Hall & Nash apologized for interrupting the match and adding there wouldn't be a tag team tournament
Wrath defeated El Dandy via disqualification at 3:44 when, after hitting the Meltdown, Bam Bam Bigelow ran out and broke up the pin attempt; after the match, Wrath fought off Bigelow and knocked him to the floor
Disco Inferno pinned Super Calo at 3:19 with the Chartbuster after Scott Hall, who appeared ringside late in the match, used a Taser on Calo behind the referee's back; after the bout, Hall took the mic and said WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan & Kevin Nash wanted to speak with Disco backstage about how he helped them out at Starrcade; after Disco left the ring, Hall cut a promo on Bill Goldberg and told Goldberg to go to Blockbuster and rent some of his ladder matches to see what he was in store for at Souled Out
Chris Benoit & Steve McMichael defeated Curt Hennig & Barry Windham via disqualification at 7:01 when Hennig used a steel chair on referee Charles Robinson, Benoit & McMichael; after the bout, Ric Flair ran out and attacked Hennig & Windham before he was eventually beaten down as well; David Flair then ran out and covered his father's body before also being double teamed
Dark match after the taping: Ric Flair defeated Barry Windham

WCW @ Winston-Salem, NC - Lawrence Joel Coliseum - January 8, 1999 (4,160)
Alex Wright defeated Prince Iaukea
Fit Finlay defeated the Barbarian
Norman Smiley defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Hugh Morrus defeated Bobby Duncum Jr.
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Rey Mysterio Jr.
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, & Steve McMichael defeated Curt Hennig, Barry Windham, & Brian Adams

WCW @ Terre Haute, IN - Hulman Center - January 9, 1999 (3,260)
Prince Iaukea defeated Alex Wright
Norman Smiley defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Fit Finlay defeated the Barbarian
Hugh Morrus defeated Bobby Duncum Jr.
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Rey Mysterio Jr.
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, & Steve McMichael defeated Curt Hennig, Barry Windham, & Brian Adams

WCW @ Evansville, IN - Roberts Stadium - January 10, 1999 (4,513)
Prince Iaukea defeated Alex Wright
Norman Smiley defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Fit Finlay defeated the Barbarian
Hugh Morrus defeated Bobby Duncum Jr.
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Rey Mysterio Jr.
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, & Steve McMichael defeated Curt Hennig, Barry Windham, & Brian Adams

WCW @ Knoxville, TN - Thompson-Boling Arena - January 11, 1999 (13,024; 12,280 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Ernest Miller pinned Perry Saturn
Rey Mysterio Jr. fought Kaz Hayashi to a no contest
Booker T pinned Lenny Lane
WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner defeated Diamond Dallas Page
Scott Hall pinned Bam Bam Bigelow
Ric Flair defeated Curt Hennig
Kevin Nash pinned the Giant

Souled Out 99 - Charleston, WV - Civic Center - January 17, 1999 (10,833; 10,255 paid; sell out)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; included an opening pre-taped segment in which WCW President Ric Flair commented on the event during an apparent press conference; featured footage of Konnan discussing being kicked out of the Wolfpac for WCW.com; included footage of David Flair discussing his in-ring debut for WCW.com; featured footage of Booker T commenting on the Jericho / Saturn match, with Jericho interrupting and challenging "Mr. T" to a match the following night on Monday Nitro:
Chris Benoit defeated Mike Enos at 10:34 via submission with the Crippler Crossface; prior to the bout, footage was shown backstage of Bill Goldberg after Goldberg suffered an apparent leg injury
Norman Smiley defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. via submission at 15:44 with the Crossface Chicken Wing after throwing the sawdust remains of Pepe into Chavo's face; prior to the bout, Smiley came ringside with an urn of sawdust, the remains of Pepe the wooden horse
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Wrath at 9:23 with the Greetings from Asbury Park after Wrath hit his head on the steel ring post
Lex Luger defeated Konnan via submission with the Torture Rack at 9:30 after Miss Elizabeth came ringside and sprayed Konnan in the eyes with a spraycan as he had the Tequilla Sunrise applied
Chris Jericho (w/ Ralphus) pinned Perry Saturn at 11:43 after referee Scott Dickenson reversed Saturn's inside cradle and then gave him a fast 3-count; due to pre-match stipulations, Saturn was forced to put on a dress after the match and wear it during future matches; had Jericho lost the bout he would have had to wear the dress
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Rey Mysterio Jr., Psychosis, and Juventud Guerrera at 14:23 by pinning Guerrera with the Shooting Star Press; after the bout, Kidman and Mysterio shook hands out of respect
Ric & David Flair defeated Curt Hennig & Barry Windham at 13:56 when David pinned Hennig after Arn Anderson interfered and hit Hennig in the back with a tire iron as Hennig attempted the Hennig Plex; prior to the bout, Anderson escorted the Flairs ringside but was sent backstage after objections from Hennig & Windham; after the match, Vincent, Scott Norton, Bryan Adams, and Horace Hogan attacked Anderson and the Flairs; Chris Benoit attempted to make the save but was beaten down as well, with WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, Lex Luger, Kevin Nash, Buff Bagwell, and Scott Steiner appearing moments later; Hogan handcuffed Ric to the ring rope before whipping David with his weight belt and spraying "EZE" on his back as Ric watched on helplessly (David's in-ring debut)
Bill Goldberg defeated Scott Hall in a taser match at 17:36 by tasing Hall after hitting the spear and Jackhammer, despite interference from Disco Inferno; during the bout, the taser was hung above the ring and the two men had to climb a ladder to obtain it; immediately after the match, Bam Bam Bigelow attacked Goldberg with Hall then tasing both men as the show ended

WCW @ Columbus, OH - Value City Arena - January 18, 1999
Monday Nitro:
Booker T pinned Chris Jericho
David Flair pinned Eric Bischoff
The Barbarian & Meng defeated Mike Enos & Bobby Duncum Jr.
Disco Inferno pinned Wrath
WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner defeated Perry Saturn
Psychosis pinned Juventud Guerrera
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Lex Luger via disqualification at 5:58 when Kevin Nash, who appeared ringside late in the bout, attacked Mysterio; within the opening moments of the match, Luger grabbed the mic, referred to Mysterio as a "cute little wrestler," and said he would let Mysterio walk if he took off his mask and his lWo t-shirt; when Mysterio refused, Luger laid him out; after the contest, Nash hit the powerbomb on Mysterio and Luger put him in the Torture Rack; moments later, Konnan ran out and cleared the ring with a steel chair
Bill Goldberg defeated Scott Hall and Bam Bam Bigelow via disqualification

WCW @ ? - January 19, 1999
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Bobby Eaton defeated ?
Ric Flair defeated Horace
1/23/99 - featured Konnan cutting an in-ring promo which was interrupted by Disco Inferno, with Konnan challenging Disco to a match later in the show:
Kaz Hayashi pinned Lash LaRoux with a top rope senton bomb
Jerry Flynn defeated Prince Iaukea
Van Hammer pinned Johnny Swinger with the cobra clutch slam
Kenny Kaos pinned Bull Pain with a springboard clothesline
Scott Norton pinned El Dandy with a powerbomb
Juventud Guerrera, La Parka, & Silver King defeated Hector Garza, Super Calo, & Lizmark Jr.
Booker T defeated Bobby Duncum Jr.
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno via submission with the Tequilla Sunrise at 6:33
WCW Worldwide - 1/30/99: Ernest Miller pinned Barry Darsow
WCW Saturday Night - 1/30/99:
Glacier pinned Barry Horowitz with the superkick
Kendall Windham pinned Chad Fortune with the lariat
Hugh Morrus pinned Emory Hale with the moonsault
Chris Adams defeated Lenny Lane via submission
Mike Enos defeated Villano V
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman, Rey Mysterio Jr., and Psychosis fought to a triple count-out
Chris Jericho defaeted Manny Fernandez via submission
Perry Saturn pinned Bobby Blaze with the Death Valley Driver
Fit Finlay & Dave Taylor defeated the Armstrongs
Norman Smiley defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. via submission
WCW Worldwide - 2/6/99:
The Desciple pinned Lodi
The Barbarian & Meng defeated Disorderly Conduct

WCW @ Frankfort, KY - Civic Center - January 20, 1999
Scotty Riggs defeated Mike Enos
Hugh Morrus defeated Van Hammer
Lizmark Jr. & Silver King defeated Damien & La Parka
Booker T defeated Chris Jericho
Konnan defeated Lex Luger
Ric Flair defeated Scott Hall

WCW @ Indianapolis, IN - Market Square Arena - January 21, 1999
WCW Thunder:
1/21/99:
Disco Inferno defeated Jerry Flynn
Perry Saturn defeated Al Greene
Kenny Kaos defeated Glacier
Booker T defeated Norman Smiley via count-out
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament: Brian Adams & Horace defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman & Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated La Parka
Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, & Steve McMichael defeated Scott Norton, Vincent, & Stevie Ray
1/28/99:
Hugh Morrus defeated Psychosis
Chris Jericho defeated Silver King
Fit Finlay defeated Super Calo
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall defeated Bobby Duncum Jr. & Mike Enos
Disco Inferno defeated Hector Garza
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Kaz Hayashi
Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Kevin Nash & Scott Hall via disqualification

WCW @ Peoria, IL - January 22, 1999
Chris Adams defeated Glacier
Kanyon defeated Bobby Duncum Jr.
Ernest Miller defeated Van Hammer
Chris Benoit defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Raven defeated Scotty Riggs
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Sting defeated WCW US Champion Bret Hart in a non-title match

WCW @ Jackson, MS - January 23, 1999
Glacier defeated Chris Adams
Van Hammer defeated Ernest Miller
Chris Benoit defeated Dave Taylor
Kanyon defeated Macho Junior (a TV reporter)
Bobby Duncum Jr. defeated Kanyon
Raven defeated Scotty Riggs
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Sting defeated WCW US Champion Bret Hart in a non-title match

WCW @ Big Bear, CA - January 23, 1999
MTV - 2/6/99:
Brian Adams won a 7-man battle royal; other participants included Konnan, Kenny Kaos, Disco Inferno, Billy Kidman, Wrath, and Booker T

WCW @ College Station, TX - Reed Arena - January 24, 1999
Chris Adams defeated Glacier
Ernest Miller defeated Van Hammer
Chris Benoit defeated Dave Taylor
Bobby Duncum Jr. defeated Kanyon
Raven defeated Scotty Riggs
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Sting defeated WCW US Champion Bret Hart in a non-title match

WCW @ Dallas, TX - Reunion Arena - January 25, 1999 (15,103 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Disco Inferno pinned Al Greene
Bam Bam Bigelow fought Scott Hall to a no contest in a ladder match (The Very Best of Nitro Vol. 2)
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament: The Barbarian & Meng defeated Dave Taylor & Fit Finlay
Perry Saturn pinned Norman Smiley
WCW US Champion Bret Hart pinned Booker T at around the 13-minute mark by hitting him in the face with the title belt, as referee Randy Anderson took a cable away from Booker as he went to choke Hart with it (Bret Hitman Hart: The Dungeon Collection)
Bill Goldberg pinned Scott Norton
Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, & Steve McMichael defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, & WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner via disqualification

WCW @ Waco, TX - January 27, 1999 (2,433)
Festival de Lucha taping:
Silver King, Venum, & Kendo defeated Felino, Villano V, & Super Boy
La Parka, Salsero, & Super Calo defeated Damian, Halloween, & El Mosco
Blitzkrieg, Raul, Piloto Suicida defeated Villano III, Texano, & Rey Mysterio Sr.
Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Hector Garza defeated Juventud Guerrera, Pirata Morgan, & Psicopata
Salsero, Raul, & Piloto Suicida defeated El Mosco, Felino, & Juventud Guerrera
La Parka, Kendo, & Blitzkrieg defeated Kaz Hayashi, Ron Rivera, & Psychosis
Villano III, Texano, Rey Mysterio Sr., & Villano V defeated Pierroth Jr., Ricky Santana, Fidel Sierra, & Psicopata
Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., Hector Garza, & Silver King defeated Chris Jericho, Lenny Lane, Johnny Swinger, & Norman Smiley
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno

WCW @ San Diego, CA - January 29, 1999 (5,133)
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Kaz Hayashi
Norman Smiley, Hector Garza, & Super Calo defeated La Parka, Silver King, & Psychosis
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. and Juventud Guerrera
WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner & Scott Hall defeated Damien & Ciclope
Konnan defeated Lex Luger
Barry Windham defeated Ric Flair
Sting defeated WCW US Champion Bret Hart in a non-title match
Bill Goldberg defeated Kevin Nash

WCW @ Inglewood, CA - Great Western Forum - January 30, 1999 (16,348)
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Kaz Hayashi
Norman Smiley, Hector Garza, & Super Calo defeated La Parka, Silver King, & Psychosis
WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner & Scott Hall defeated Damien & Ciclope
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. and Juventud Guerrera
Konnan defeated Lex Luger
Ric Flair defeated Barry Windham; pre-match stipulations stated Flair would get 5 minutes in the ring with Eric Bischoff if he won
Sting defeated WCW US Champion Bret Hart in a non-title match
Bill Goldberg defeated Kevin Nash

WCW @ Minneapolis, MN - Target Center - February 1, 1999 (17,259; 16,018 paid)
Rob Kellum defeated Chris Adams
Monday Nitro - featured opening footage from earlier in the day of Curt Hennig & Barry Windham arriving to the building, Hennig noting they were together in the WCW Tag Team Title Tournament, and said he wanted revenge on what Scott Hall & Kevin Nash did to him the previous week; included footage from earlier in the day in which WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner interrupted a Nitro Girl rehersal, hit on Kimberly, with Kimberly falling backwards and knocking herself out while trying to get away from Steiner; featured Gene Okerlund conducting an in-ring interview with Rey Mysterio Jr. & Konnan regarding their rivalry with Lex Luger and Nash, Luger trying to take off Mysterio's mask, and Konnan wanting revenge on how he was kicked out of the nWo; Mysterio then proposed he put his mask on the line against the hair of either Nash, Luger, or even Elizabeth, and said it would be fine if it was inside a steel cage; Konnan then said Luger & Nash could think about whose career they wanted to put on the line; included footage of Stevie Ray, Scott Norton, Vincent, Brian Adams, and Horace Hogan stranded at the airport without a car rental reservation; moments later, Stevie said his talk the previous week with WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan worked and he had them a limo; moments later, Stevie told Vincent that he dropped the ball and wouldn't be allowed in their limo:
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament: Curt Hennig & Barry Windham defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Van Hammer defeated Kenny Kaos
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Hak
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman pinned Lash Leroux
WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner defeated Chris Jericho
Scott Norton pinned Ernest Miller
Scott Hall pinned Chris Benoit

WCW @ LaCrosse, WI - February 2, 1999 (4,618)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Konnan defeated an unknown
Kenny Kaos defeated Bobby Eaton
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko fought Vincent & Brian Adams to a no contest
2/6/99:
Barry Darsow defeated Mike Enos
Fit Finlay defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Meng defeated Hector Garza
Chris Jericho defeated Damian via submission with the Lion Tamer
Glacier defeated Al Green
Perry Saturn defeated Dave Taylor
Lash Leroux defeated Lenny Lane
Hugh Morrus defeated Barry Horowitz
Curt Hennig & Barry Windham defeated Disorderly Conduct
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated La Parka
2/13/99:
Jerry Flynn defeated Bobby Blaze
Vincent defeated Johnny Swinger
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Dave Burkhead
Scotty Riggs defeated Kaz Hayashi
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Lodi
Booker T defeated Ernest Miller
Chris Benoit defeated Horace via disqualification
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera
Dean Malenko defeated Brian Adams
Worldwide - 2/20/99:
Erik Watts defeated Steve Armstrong
Disco Inferno defeated Super Calo

WCW @ Madison, WI - Dane County Coliseum - February 3, 1999 (4,531)
Chris Adams defeated Barry Darsow
Fit Finlay defeated Scotty Riggs
Dean Malenko defeated Curt Hennig via disqualification when Mike Enos interfered; after the bout, Steve McMichael made the save
Dean Malenko & Steve McMichael defeated Curt Hennig & Mike Enos in an impromptu match
Booker T defeated Chris Jericho
Bill Goldberg defeated Bam Bam Bigelow

WCW @ Providence, RI - Civic Center - February 4, 1999 (10,319; 8,454 paid)
Thunder taping:
2/4/99:
Chris Jericho defeated Scotty Riggs
Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Disorderly Conduct
Norman Smiley defeated the Disciple
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament: Horace & Brian Adams defeated the Barbarian & Meng
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Jerry Flynn
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Glacier
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament: Curt Hennig & Barry Windham defeated Mike Enos & Bobby Duncum Jr.
2/11/99 - featured an opening first-person shot segment at a poolhall in which an unknown blonde woman (Torrie Wilson) was shown speaking with whomever was behind the camera, telling the person he was fine; included Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; featured a segment showing Kanyon visiting Raven's home, with his mom pleading to stay with "Scotty" while she goes off to her board meeting, with Raven calling Kanyon a mark for worrying about him and the two then driving off in one of Raven's luxury cars; included a video package hyping Bill Goldberg vs. Bam Bam Bigelow at SuperBrawl; featured a nWo Wolfpac T-shirt ad; included footage from Monday Nitro of Diamond Dallas Page and WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner brawling in the parking lot and security guards holding DDP back as Steiner drove off but not before throwing Kimberly face-first out of the car; Kimberly was then placed on a stretcher and taken by ambulance; featured a video package recapping the feud between Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Kevin Nash & Lex Luger and hyping the hair vs. mask match at SuperBrawl; included footage of Raven & Kanyon visiting a First Union bank and walking out with two full bags of Raven's money; featured the announcement Mysterio vs. Juventud Guerrera and Dean Malenko vs. Brian Adams would take place on WCW Saturday Night and that Booker T, Chris Benoit, and WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman would be in action; included a vignette showing the blonde sitting in the back of a limo and tempting the mystery person to come sit next to her; featured a video package on the WCW Tag Team Title Tournament, the tag team success of Arn Anderson, the Steiner Brothers, and Harlem Heat, among a list also including the Outsiders, Sting & Lex Luger, and others; the spotlight was then put on contenders in the tournament like Chris Benoit & Malenko, Curt Hennig & Barry Windham, Meng & the Barbarian, and Brian Adams & Horace; included a backstage segment with Ernest Miller speaking with Sonny Onoo until Glacier walked in and tried to sell them his entrance equipment; featured a backstage segment with Miller, Onoo, and Glacier in which, after he sold them his entrance, he tried to sell them his Glacier outfit; moments later, Kaz Hayashi came in and said he would buy the outfit; included a segment with the blonde and mystery man arriving at a hotel; featured an ad promoting WCW Thunder on Playstation; included footage of Raven & Kanyon shopping for clothes at Versace; featured footage of the blonde and man arriving to their hotel room; included Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Kidman about his tag team loss earlier in the show, with Kidman defending Chavo Guerrero Jr. as a partner despite Okerlund saying Kidman should blame Chavo for the recent losses; Guerrero then walked in, with Okerlund saying Kidman was blaming Chavo; moments later, Chavo punched Kidman, said he dropped the ball, and stormed off; featured a video package hyping Goldberg vs. Bigelow at SuperBrawl; included footage of Raven & Kanyon back home after a night on the town, with Raven's mom arriving back; featured footage of Roddy Piper winning the WCW US Title from Bret Hart on Monday Nitro after interference from Will Sasso; included footage of Hulk Hogan telling Horace, Brian Adams, Vincent, and Stevie Ray - individually and without the other's knowledge - to lead the nWo black & white; featured footage of DDP and Jason Hervey on NBC's "Later" that would air that night:
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament: Bobby Duncum Jr. & Mike Enos (-1) defeated Meng & the Barbarian (w/ Jimmy Hart) (-1) at around the 16-minute mark when Duncum pinned Meng after the Barbarian kicked his partner in the back of the head and then again in the face; after the decision, Barbarian and Hart left ringside together while looking back at Meng down in the ring
Lash LeRoux pinned Super Calo with a modified Death Valley Driver at 5:25
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament: Fit Finlay & Dave Taylor defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman & Chavo Guerrero Jr. (-1) at around the 13-minute mark when Finlay pinned Kidman with the tombstone, moments after Chavo accidentally dropkicked a steel chair into Kidman's face as Finlay attempted to hit Kidman with the chair behind the referee's back
Disco Inferno pinned Chris Adams at 7:40 with a kick to the knee and Chart Buster after pulling referee Charles Robinson in the way to block Adams' attempt at the superkick; late in the bout, the camera cut completely away to show more from the conversation between Kaz Hayashi, Sonny Onoo, Glacier, and Ernest Miller, with Glacier selling Miller his helmet, even though Hayashi wanted it for himself
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament: Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko (-1) defeated Van Hammer & Kaz Hayashi at around the 12-minute mark when Hayashi submitted to Benoit's Crippler Crossface after Benoit & Malenko hit a modified Doomsday Device; during the bout, it was announced WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman would defend against Chavo Guerrero Jr. at SuperBrawl

WCW @ Durham, NH - February 5, 1999 (5,243)
Super Calo defeated Damien
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Vincent in a non-title match
Juventud Guerrera defeated Ciclope
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Norman Smiley
Ernest Miller defeated Jerry Flynn
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Curt Hennig
Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, & Steve McMichael defeated Brian Adams, Horace Hogan, & Stevie Ray

WCW @ Utica, NY - Memorial Auditorium - February 6, 1999 (3,888)
Super Calo defeated Danger Dynamo
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Vincent
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Norman Smiley
Juventud Guerrera defeated Ciclope
Jerry Flynn defeated Ernest Miller
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Curt Hennig
Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, & Steve McMichael defeated Brian Adams, Horace, & Vincent

WCW @ Cleveland, OH - Convocation Center - February 7, 1999 (11,541)
Norman Smiley & Super Calo defeated Damien & Ciclope
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Juventud Guerrera and Rey Mysterio Jr.
Ernest Miller defeated Jerry Flynn
Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, & Steve McMichael defeated Brian Adams, Horace, & Vincent
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Curt Hennig
Sting defeated WCW US Champion Bret Hart in a non-title match
Bill Goldberg defeated Bam Bam Bigelow

WCW @ Buffalo, NY - Marine Midland Arena - February 8, 1999 (15,378; 14,145 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Rey Mysterio Jr. (w/ Konnan) pinned Blitzkreig at 8:24 with a hurricanrana off the top (Rey Mysterio: Biggest Little Man)
Booker T pinned Fit Finlay
Curt Hennig & Barry Windham defeated Brian Adams & Horace Hogan
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Kenny Kaos
Vincent pinned Ernest Miller
Roddy Piper pinned WCW US Champion Bret Hart to win the title (The Very Best of Nitro Vol. 2)
Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, & Steve McMichael defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, & Scott Hall via disqualification

NJPW @ Tokyo, Japan - Budokan Hall - February 14, 1999 (14,000)
Koji Kanemoto, Shinjiro Ohtani, Tatsuhito Takaiwa, Kendo Kashin, & Dr. Wagner Jr. defeated Jushin Liger, El Samurai, the Great Sasuke, Masao Orihara, & Masaaki Mochizuki at 18:53 in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Kanemoto defeated Liger via submission at 10:10; fall #2: Ohtani pinned Mochizuki at 8:43
Junji Hirata & Takashi Iizuka defeated Osamu Kido & Tadao Yasuda at 10:14 when Iizuka beat Kido
Manabu Nakanishi, Yuji Nagata, & Kazuyuki Fujita defeated Kuniaki Kobayashi, Tatsutoshi Goto, & Michiyoshi Ohara at 11:05 when Goto submitted to Nakanishi
Don Frye defeated Brian Johnston at 6:31 via submission
Scott Norton pinned Masa Saito at 6:35
Tatsumi Fujinami & Kazuo Yamazaki defeated Genichiro Tenryu & Shiro Koshinaka at 10:52 when Fujinami pinned Koshinaka
Masa Chono, nWo Sting, & AKIRA defeated Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Satoshi Kojima, & Hiro Saito at 17:41 when AKIRA pinned Saito
IWGP World Champion the Great Muta defeated Kensuke Sasaki at 28:09 via submission

WCW @ Tampa, FL - Entertainment Hall - February 15, 1999 (2,500)
Norman Smiley defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Monday Nitro:
Perry Saturn defeated Jerry Flynn
Juventud Guerrera, Psychosis, & Blitskreig defeated El Dandy, Hector Garza, & Super Calo
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament: Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated David Taylor & Fit Finlay
Bret Hart defeated Will Sasso
WCW US Champion Roddy Piper defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan via disqualification
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament: Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated Scotty Riggs & Mike Enos

WCW @ Lakeland, FL - February 16, 1999 (2,141)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
The Border Patrol defeated El Dandy & Barry Horowitz
2/20/99:
Lash Leroux defeated Bobby Blaze
The Barbarian defeated Hector Garza
Fit Finlay defeated El Dandy
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Ciclope
Hugh Morrus defeated Dave Taylor
Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Lodi & Al Greene
Mike Enos defeated Barry Darsow
Hak defeated Bull Pain
Psychosis defeated Villano V
Booker T defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification
Worldwide - 2/27/99:
Norman Smiley defeated Damian
Jerry Flynn defeated Dave Burkhead
Brian Adams defeated Bobby Eaton
2/27/99:
Ernest Miller defeated Steve Armstrong
Jerry Flynn defeated the Disciple
Van Hammer defeated Johnny Swinger
Erik Watts defeated Silver King
Juventud Guerrera defeated Lenny Lane
Meng defeated Kendall Windham
Perry Saturn defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Meng defeated the Barbarian
Worldwide - 3/6/99:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Scott Armstrong
Stevie Ray & Vincent defeated Disorderly Conduct
Dark match after the taping: Dean Malenko & Chris Benoit defeated David Sierra & Ricky Santana

WCW @ Salt Lake City, UT - E Center - February 18, 1999 (9,159)
Thunder taping:
2/18/99 - 135-minute edition; hosted by Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay; included Booker T & Stevie Ray arguing about Stevie's involvement with the nWo Black & White, with Disco Inferno getting involved and Booker shoving him into a wall; featured the unknown blodne woman (Torrie Wilson) greeting someone at a hotel room and teasing him with a Taser; included a vignette with Chris Kanyon going to Raven's luxury family home, where Raven's mother asked him to watch over "Scotty," with Raven admitting he faked his years of depression and took Kanyon out on the town in a sports car; featured an in-ring segment with Disco introducing Scott Hall, wearing a kilt and coming out to Roddy Piper's theme music, with the two then insulting Piper and Konnan; included footage of Raven & Kanyon withdrawing $10,000 from a First Union bank; featured an ad for the WCW Mastercard featuring Diamond Dallas Page; included footage of Raven taking Kanyon clothes shopping at Versace; featured an ad for the nWo Red & Black Logo T-shirt; included footage of Raven & Kanyon returning to Raven's home, with Raven acting depressed and his mother informing him that WCW called for him to come back to work; featured comments from Brian Adams & Horace who claimed their size and strength would lead them to victory over Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko later, with the two then mocking Ric Flair & Steve McMichael's recent injuries sustained at the hands of the nWo; included comments from Benoit & Malenko who claimed they would make being a champion mean something again after Kevin Nash and WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan did their best to make titles mean nothing; featured Gene Okerlund conducting an in-ring interview with Flair, wearing sunglasses with his face bandaged, with Flair stating he was coming to SuperBrawl to tear Hogan apart and that Flair knew that on his worst day he could always kick Hogan's ass; included Torrie shown sitting in a towel in her hotel bed, talking to someone who handed her an airline tickets to San Francisco to attend SuperBrawl:
Lash LeRoux defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. via disqualification at 6:55 when Guerrero hung LeRoux upside down on the top rope and refused to break, delivering repeated blows outside the ring until WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman made the save; moments later, Chavo threw Kidman into LeRoux and then dropped Kidman with the tornado DDT on the arena floor; earlier in the match, video cut to an incident in the parking lot from earlier in the day where, as Lex Luger & Elizabeth were exiting their limo, Rey Mysterio Jr. kicked the door shut and damaged Luger's arm
Chris Jericho (w/ Ralphus) defeated Juventud Guerrera via submission at 6:17 with the Lion Tamer after countering Guerrera's huracanrana attempt; prior to the match, Jericho introduced Ralphus, wearing a dress, to the ring to show what Perry Saturn would look like after SuperBrawl
WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Buff Bagwell) defeated Bobby Blaze via submission at 1:16 with the Steiner Recliner in a non-title match; prior to the bout, Bagwell introduced Steiner to the ring, who accepted Diamond Dallas Page's challenge to a match at SuperBrawl on the conditions that, if Page lost, Steiner would get Kimberly for 30 days; after the match, Steiner reapplied the Recliner and threw Blaze to the floor, where he was put on a stretcher until Steiner knocked it over and reapplied the hold on the arena floor
Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Hector Garza & Silver King at 2:41 when Mysterio pinned King with a huracanrana after Konnan monkey flipped his partner into the air
Jerry Flynn pinned Booker T at 4:28 with a spinning kick after Disco Inferno caused Booker to fall to the arena floor before hitting him with the Chart Buster
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament: Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko (-1) defeated Brian Adams & Horace (-1) in a steel cage match at 12:56 when Malenko pinned Adams after Benoit hit a headbutt off the top of the cage, moments after Malenko kicked a steel chair into Adams' face
2/25/99:
Hak defeated Damien in a No DQ match
Psychosis defeated Hector Garza
Ernest Miller defeated Stevie Ray
Raven & Kanyon defeated Villano V & El Dandy in a No DQ match
Juventud Guerrera defeated Blitzkrieg
Bret Hart defeated Disco Inferno

WCW @ San Francisco, CA - Cow Palace - February 19, 1999 (6,897)
The Barbarian defeated Chris Adams
Silver King & Lizmark Jr. defeated El Dandy & Damien
Norman Smiley defeated Scotty Riggs
Booker T defeated Chris Jericho
Curt Hennig & Barry Windham defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner defeated Diamond Dallas Page
Sting defeated Bam Bam Bigelow

SuperBrawl IX - Oakland, CA - Arena - February 21, 1999 (15,880)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured an opening video package showing the unnamed blonde woman (Torrie Wilson) in a hotel room talking to someone videotaping her; moments later, the person gave her tickets to SuperBrawl, with Torrie running to the restroom to get changed for the show; included Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; featured a video package highlighting the WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament, with comments from Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko; included Gene Okerlund speaking about the tournament while standing beside the two title belts placed at the entranceway; featured backstage footage of Rey Mysterio Jr. & Konnan speaking at the WCW.com booth regarding their upcoming match; included a video package hyping the upcoming Diamond Dallas Page vs. WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner match:
Booker T pinned Disco Inferno with the Harlem Hangover at 9:19 after knocking Disco off the middle turnbuckle; prior to the bout, footage was shown of a confrontation between Booker and Disco the previous week on Thunder
Chris Jericho (w/ Ralphus) defeated Perry Saturn via count-out at 11:21 when Saturn walked out of the match after dropping both Jericho and referee Scott Dickenson with the Death Valley Driver; prior to the match, Dickenson came ringside with Jericho & Ralphus; following the ring entrances, Jericho grabbed the mic and said Saturn was a freak and embarassment for wearing a dress; stipulations stated that if Saturn won then Jericho would have to wear his dress; mid-way through the match, Ralphus left ringside after Saturn dragged him into the ring and ripped off the dress Ralphus was wearing, leaving him in only his boxers; the result was announced as a count-out but Dickenson made no 10 count and called for the bell immediately after coming to his senses after Saturn attacked him
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. with the Shooting Star Press at 8:26 after reversing a powerbomb into a facebuster; during the bout, it was announced Lex Luger sustained a torn bicep as a result of the attack he sustained the previous week on Thunder from Rey Mysterio Jr.
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals: Curt Hennig and Barry Windham defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko to win the titles at 20:37; fall #1: Benoit & Malenko won at 19:34 when Windham submitted to Malenko's Texas Cloverleaf; losses: Hennig & Windham - 1, Benoit & Malenko - 1; immediately after the fall, Malenko attempted the hold again, behind the referee's back, with Windham wrapping his belt around Malenko's throat, hitting a clothesline, and then choking Malenko out; fall #2: Windham pinned Malenko at 1:03; losses: Hennig & Windham - 2, Benoit & Malenko - 2
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall (sub. for an injured Lex Luger) (w/ Lex Luger & Elizabeth) defeated Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr. at 11:01 when Nash pinned Mysterio after Hall hit the Outsider's Edge behind the referee's back, moments after Mysterio knocked Nash out with a knee to the head as Mysterio hit a springboard moonsault; stipulations stated Mysterio would unmask if his team lost and Elizabeth would get her head shaved if her team lost; after the contest, Mysterio relunctantly took his mask off before he and Konnan left the ring; moments later, Nash tried to fit Mysterio's mask over his own face
WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner defeated Diamond Dallas Page via KO at 13:53 with the Steiner Recliner after ramming the challenger three times back-first into an exposed turnbuckle; prior to the bout, Steiner brought a woman from the front row into the ring with him before cutting a promo on DDP; early in the contest, Buff Bagwell came ringside and cut the turnbuckle pads off before he was ejected by referee Charles Robinson
Scott Hall (w/ Disco Inferno) pinned WCW US Champion Roddy Piper to win the title with both feet on the ropes for leverage at 8:21 after attacking Piper from behind as Piper fought off an interfering Kevin Nash; after the bout, Hall grabbed the mic as Piper refused to hand over the title belt and had the referee again raise his hand to remind Piper who won; moments later, Piper dorpped the belt as Hall's feet, with Hall attempting to jump Piper but Piper knocked Hall to the floor; Hall and Nash then charged after Piper in the ring but he escaped unharmed and gave them a crotch chop before leaving ringside
Bill Goldberg pinned Bam Bam Bigelow at 11:39 following two spears and the Jackhammer
WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Ric Flair at 12:01 after a masked man came out as referee Charles Robinson was knocked out and used a stun gun on the challenger as Flair had Hogan in the figure-4; the blonde woman came ringside at the 9-minute mark; after the contest, the woman pulled off the masked man's hood to reveal it as David Flair wearing a Wolfpac t-shirt; moments later, Kevin Nash came out to celebrate the win along with Hogan, David, and the woman (Torrie Wilson's first arena appearance)

WCW @ Sacramento, CA - Arco Arena - February 22, 1999 (13,921 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Jerry Flynn pinned Mike Enos
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Van Hammer
Booker T pinned Bret Hart by blocking a sunset flip attempt
Disco Inferno pinned Kaz Hayashi
Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Kevin Nash
Scott Norton pinned Ernest Miller
Bill Goldberg defeated WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner via disqualification

WCW @ San Antonio, TX - Alamo Dome - February 26, 1999 (14,653 paid)
Bobby Duncum Jr. defeated Chris Adams
Norman Smiley & La Parka defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Silver King
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Juventud Guerrera
Rick Steiner defeated Brian Adams
Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, & Dean Malenko defeated Chris Jericho, WCW Tag Team Champions Curt Hennig & Barry Windham
Sting defeated Bret Hart
Bill Goldberg defeated Bam Bam Bigelow

WCW @ Huntsville, AL - Johnson Coliseum - February 27, 1999 (2,652 paid)
Chris Adams defeated Norman Smiley
Psychosis & La Parka defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Silver King
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. and Juventud Guerrera
Konnan defeated Stevie Ray
Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, & Dean Malenko defeated Bobby Duncum Jr., WCW Tag Team Champions Curt Hennig & Barry Windham
Sting defeated Bam Bam Bigelow

WCW @ Greenville, SC - Bi-Lo Center - February 28, 1999 (14,642)
Perry Saturn defeated the Barbarian
Kaz Hayashi & Silver King defeated La Parka & Norman Smiley
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. and Juventud Guerrera
Konnan defeated Psychosis
Rick Steiner defeated Brian Adams via disqualification when Scott Norton interfered; after the match, Sting made the save
Sting & Rick Steiner defeated Brian Adams & Scott Norton in an impromptu match
Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, & Dean Malenko defeated Chris Jericho, WCW Tag Team Champions Curt Hennig & Barry Windham
Bill Goldberg defeated Bam Bam Bigelow

WCW @ Chapel Hill, NC - Student Activities Center - March 1, 1999 (17,852 paid)
Monday Nitro:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Psychosis
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Ernest Miller defeated Jerry Flynn
Hugh Morrus defeated Perry Saturn
Chris Benoit defeated Bret Hart via disqualification
Bill Goldberg & Rick Steiner defeated Scott Steiner & Buff Bagwell

WCW @ Rock Hill, SC - Winthrop Coliseum - March 2, 1999 (3,337)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Disorderly Conduct defeated the Soul Surfers
Joe Gomez defeated Johnny Swinger Jerry Flynn defeated the Disciple Hak defeated Damian
Booker T defeated Mike Enos
Ernest Miller defeated Barry Horowitz
Raven defeated Kaz Hayashi
Jerry Flynn defeated Super Calo
3/6/99:
Norman Smiley defeated Barry Horowitz
Scott Norton defeated Bobby Blaze
Kaz Hayashi fought Blitzkrieg to a double count-out
Horace defeated Scotty Riggs
Perry Saturn defeated El Dandy
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera
Joe Gomez defeated Bobby Eaton
WCW Tag Team Champions Curt Hennig & Barry Windham defeated Disorderly Conduct
Hugh Morrus defeated Kendall Windham Meng fought the Barbarian to a no contest
3/13/99:
Disco Inferno defeated Erik Watts
Al Greene defeated Damien
Fit Finlay defeated Bobby Eaton
Vincent defeated Prince Iaukea
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Konnan defeated Psychosis & Juventud Guerrera
Meng defeated Hugh Morrus via disqualification
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification

WCW @ Cullowhee, NC - Ramsey Center Coliseum - March 3, 1999 (3,542)
Prince Iaukea defeated Kaz Hayashi
Disco Inferno defeated Scotty Riggs
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Ernest Miller
Hugh Morrus defeated David Taylor
Perry Saturn defeated Chris Jericho
Ric Flair defeated Barry Windham

WCW @ Winston-Salem, NC - Lawrence Joel Memorial Coliseum - March 4, 1999 (4,198)
Thunder taping:
3/4/99:
Rick Steiner defeated Hugh Morrus
Ernest Miller & Sonny Onoo defeated Al Green in a handicap match
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Prince Iaukea
WCW Tag Team Champions Curt Hennig & Barry Windham defeated Horace & Vincent via disqualification in a non-title match
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Buff Bagwell defeated Booker T
3/11/99 – featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; included a backstage segment with Ric Flair and Arn Anderson with Flair stating he wasn’t concerned with the actions of his son David and that winning the WCW World Title at Uncensored and going forward as President of WCW was what mattered to him, with Arn unsure of what to think about Flair putting his family second; featured a vignette with WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan stating Flair will be fighting to satisfy the greed inside of him at Uncensored; included a vignette with Kevin Nash and Hogan mocking Flair’s suits; featured a vignette with Hogan & Nash meeting Torrie Wilson at a shooting range and taking her to lunch, where the trio met another woman with the last name of Robinson who Nash claimed would be paid $20,000 if she could further seduce David Flair into doing the nWo's bidding:
Raven (w/ Chastity) pinned Dave Taylor at 3:56 with the Evenflow DDT
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated Disorderly Conduct at 3:04 when Benoit pinned Mean Mike with the diving headbutt; after the bout, Malenko & Benoit called out WCW Tag Team Champions Curt Hennig & Barry Windham, with the champions appearing on the entrance ramp as Disorderly Conduct attacked Benoit & Malenko from behind, only for Benoit to put Tough Tom in the Crippler Crossface as Malenko applied the Texas Cloverlead to Mike
Hak pinned the Barbarian (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 3:39 with the White Russian Legsweep
Booker T & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner & Buff Bagwell at 11:17 when Mysterio pinned Bagwell with a splash off the top after Booker hit a missile dropkick; after the match, Steiner hit referee Mickey Jay and Booker T with a steel chair
Ric Flair defeated Disco Inferno at 10:01 via submission with the figure-4

WCW @ Florence, SC - Civic Center - March 5, 1999 (5,657)
Prince Iaukea defeated Kaz Hayashi
Disco Inferno defeated Scotty Riggs
Hugh Morrus defeated Dave Taylor
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Ernest Miller
Perry Saturn defeated Chris Jericho
Booker T defeated Scott Norton via disqualification
Ric Flair defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Barry Windham

WCW @ Bethlehem, PA - Stabler Arena - March 6, 1999 (4,511)
Disco Inferno defeated Prince Iaukea
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Vincent
Hugh Morrus defeated Dave Taylor
Perry Saturn defeated Chris Jericho
Konnan defeated Scott Norton via disqualification
Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, & Steve McMichael defeated Wrath, WCW Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Curt Hennig
Sting defeated Bam Bam Bigelow

WCW @ Rochester, NY - Blue Cross Arena - March 7, 1999 (6,266)
Disco Inferno defeated Prince Iaukea
Hugh Morrus defeated Vincent
Perry Saturn defeated Chris Jericho
Konnan defeated Scott Norton via disqualification
Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, & Dean Malenko defeated Curt Hennig, Barry Windham, & Wrath
Sting defeated Bret Hart
Bill Goldberg defeated Bam Bam Bigelow

WCW @ Worcester, MA - Centrum - March 8, 1999 (10,856; 9,708 paid)
La Parka defeated Juventud Guerrera
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Norman Smiley
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Mike Enos
Fit Finlay defeated Prince Iaukea
Monday Nitro:
Raven, Hak, and Bam Bam Bigelow fought to a no contest in a falls count anywhere match
Chris Jericho defeated Lizmark Jr. in a dog collar match
WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner defeated Booker T
Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Scott Norton
Bret Hart defeated Van Hammer
Ric Flair fought Bill Goldberg to a no contest (Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection)

Uncensored 99 - Louisville, KY - Freedom Hall - March 14, 1999 (15,930; 15,334 paid)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay, & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included the announcement from WCW.com that the main event would be a first blood match as well as a steel cage match:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman pinned Mikey Whipwreck at 15:00 with the Shooting Star Press (Whipwreck's surprise debut)
Stevie Ray pinned Vincent at 6:30 with the Slapjack as Vincent attempted to hit Stevie with the slapjack foreign object, slid in the ring by Horace late in the bout; before leaving ringside, Horace told the camera he didn't care who won because he was the real leader of nWo black & white; due to pre-match stipulations, Stevie became the leader of the black & white faction
Kevin Nash (w/ Lex Luger & Elizabeth) pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 6:18 with a boot to the face, powerbomb, and grabbing the tights for leverage after Luger tripped Mysterio as he ran the ropes
Jerry Flynn defeated Ernest Miller & Sonny Onoo in a handicap match at 7:06 by pinning Onoo after an Irish whip by Flynn knocked Miller into Onoo in the corner, sending Onoo over the top into the ring
Hak defeated Raven (w/ Chastity) and Bam Bam Bigelow in a hardcore match at 14:28 by pinning Raven after Chastity used the fire extinguisher on her brother and landed a headbutt to his groin
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko (w/ Arn Anderson) defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Curt Hennig & Barry Windham in a lumberjack match to win the titles at 15:57 when Benoit pinned Hennig with the diving headbutt after Arn Anderson interfered and hit Hennig in the back of the head with a tire iron after Hennig knocked Anderson off the apron; lumberjacks for the match - armed with leather straps - included Norman Smiley, Chris Adams, Prince Iaukea, Hugh Morrus, Bobby Duncum Jr., Kenny Kaos, Kendall Windham, & Meng; at the 1-minute mark, Anderson appeared ringside and, after speaking with Adams, took Adams' spot as a lumberjack
Perry Saturn pinned Chris Jericho in a dog collar match with the Death Valley Driver at 11:50 after avoiding a crossbody off the top; prior to the bout, Jericho was escorted ringside by Ralphus but then sent Ralphus backstage when Ralphus refused to work the match in Jericho's place
Booker T pinned WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Buff Bagwell) to win the title at 13:30 when Bagwell accidentally hit Steiner over the head with a steel chair when Booker moved out of the way, with Booker then dropping Bagwell before making the cover
Ric Flair pinned WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan at 14:18 with the figure-4 to win the title in a steel cage first blood match after Arn Anderson came ringside, jumped David Flair and Torrie Wilson, both of whom appeared mid-way through the bout, and handed Flair a tire iron to hit Hogan with; prior to the bout, Flair grabbed the mic and told referee Charles Robinson he didn't want him stopping the bout because of a scratch and would leave it to Robinson's discretion; Flair bled profusely from the forehead within the first 5 minutes but the match continued, with Hogan bleeding as well late in the match; despite Hogan being the heel and Flair the face, they worked opposite styles with Flair emerging as the heel; pre-match stipulations stated if Hogan won, Flair would be forced to retire; due to pre-match stipulations, Flair was named WCW President for life

WCW @ Cincinnati, OH - Firstar Center - March 15, 1999
Monday Nitro:
Meng pinned Jerry Flynn
Rick Steiner pinned Brian Adams
Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman to win the title
WCW Tag Team Champions Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated the Barbarian & Hugh Morrus
Stevie Ray pinned Horace Hogan
Disco Inferno pinned Konnan
WCW TV Champion Booker T pinned Chris Jericho
Hulk Hogan & Kevin Nash defeated WCW World Champion Ric Flair & Bill Goldberg

WCW @ Toledo, OH - March 16, 1999
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Vampiro defeated Cpl. Cruel
Kendall Windham fought Bobby Duncum Jr. to a double count-out
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated La Parka
Billy Kidman defeated Evan Karagias
Johnny Swinger defeated Barry Horowitz
Bobby Duncum Jr. defeated Bull Pain
Silver King defeated Lizmark Jr.
Disorderly Conduct defeated Scott & Steve Armstrong
Prince Iaukea defeated Scotty Riggs
Scott Norton defeated Chip Minton
Jerry Flynn defeated Barry Darsow
Lash Laroux defeated Lenny Lane
Meng defeated Mike Enos
Brian Adams & Horace defeated the Barbarian & Hugh Morrus via disqualification when Meng interfered
Chris Jericho defeated Perry Saturn via disqualification
3/20/99:
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Al Greene
Dave Taylor pinned Erik Watts at 5:16 with a butterfly suplex into a cradle
Kenny Kaos defeated the Disciple
Van Hammer defeated Lodi
Disco Inferno defeated Bobby Blaze
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Ernest Miller
Blitzkrieg defeated Super Calo
Rick Steiner pinned Norman Smiley with the bulldog off the top at 1:59; during the bout, it was announced Steiner would face Fit Filay on Monday Nitro
WCW Tag Team Champions Curt Hennig & Barry Windham defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko via disqualification

WCW @ Dayton, OH - March 17, 1999
Chris Adams defeated Mike Enos
Silver King & Lizmark Jr. defeated La Parka & Psychosis
Scott Norton defeated Jerry Flynn
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Disco Inferno
Perry Saturn defeated Chris Jericho
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Rick Steiner defeated Scott Steiner

WCW @ Lexington, KY - Rupp Arena - March 18, 1999
Thunder - 3/18/99 - hosted by Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay; included an ad for the Konnan "Str8 Up" T-shirt; featured Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with Curt Hennig, who challenged WCW World Champion Ric Flair to put the title on the line and gave him 15 minutes to answer; included a backstage segment with Brian Adams claiming to be the leader of the nWo Black & White, with Horace decking him and proclaiming himself the leader; featured Okerlund conducting an in-ring interview with Flair, who insulted the Kentucky Wildcats and claimed he was tired of sucking up the fans, with Flair stating he would run WCW forever and WCW US Champion Scott Hall was stripped of the title, with a title tournament beginning later in the show and concluding at Spring Stampede; moments later, Flair called Hennig to the ring and said Hennig would face Hulk Hogan in the main event, then warning Hennig that he could work in one of two other wrestling organizations or be sent home if he laid a hand on Flair; included a promo for WCW.com; featured Disco Inferno's doctored version of Konnan's "Bow Wow Wow" music video; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Rick Steiner who stated he had been out for 6 months but was working with a trainer who was teaching him strikes and he wanted to get into a hardcore division, with Fit Finlay interrupting and the two agreeing to a match for the following week's Nitro; featured an ad for the 1999 Bruise Cruise; included Okerlund conducting an in-ring interview with Hogan, who claimed his crowd response proved he was still "the man" and that, from now on, he wouldn't back down or sucker opponents in, and that there was a new Hulk Hogan around and he would meet every challenge head-on:
Bobby Duncum Jr. pinned Kenny Kaos at 5:46 with a full nelson face slam
Vampiro pinned Prince Iaukea at 5:08 with the Nail in the Coffin; during the match, Perry Saturn appeared at the entranceway and stared Vampiro down (Vampiro's TV return after a 9-month absence)
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr pinned Juventud Guerrera at 9:51 with a huracanrana off the top
Disco Inferno pinned the Disciple at 4:41 after the Last Dance
Horace defeated Brian Adams at 5:59 after hitting Adams in the head with a foreign object as Adams attempted a back suplex, moments after Vincent came ringside and threw the object into the ring
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Meng pinned Bam Bam Bigelow at 4:37 with the Tongan Death Grip
Hulk Hogan pinned Curt Hennig at 6:30 with the legdrop; late in the match, Horace came ringside and helped Hogan escape Hennig's fisherman suplex
3/25/99:
Jerry Flynn defeated Scotty Riggs
Wrath defeated Mike Enos
Fit Finlay defeated Chris Adams
Billy Kidman defeated Blitzkrieg
Horace defeated Kaz Hayashi
WCW US Championship Tournament: WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Perry Saturn
WCW World Champion Ric Flair defeated Barry Windham via count-out

WCW @ Chicago, IL - United Center - March 19, 1999
Chris Adams pinned Barry Darsow with the superkick at the 7-minute mark
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Billy Kidman and Juventud Guerrera by pinning Guerrera with a hurricanrana off the top at the 8-minute mark
Scott Norton pinned Jerry Flynn with a powerbomb at the 8-minute mark
WCW Tag Team Champions Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated Curt Hennig & Barry Windham at the 12-minute mark when Benoit pinned Windham with a northern lights suplex as Hennig pinned Malenko after hitting him with one of the title belts; Benoit and Windham were the legal men in the match
Konnan defeated Bobby Duncum Jr. via submission with the Tequilla Sunrise at the 7-minute mark
Bill Goldberg pinned Meng with the Jackhammer at the 7-minute mark
Sting pinned Bret Hart with the Scorpion Death Drop at the 5-minute mark
WCW World Champion Ric Flair defeated Hulk Hogan via reverse decision at the 12-minute mark; Hogan originally won the match and title following a suplex into the ring but referee Charles Robinson disqualified Hogan for knocking him to the floor moments earlier

WCW @ Milwaukee, WI - March 20, 1999
Chris Adams defeated Barry Darsow
WCW Cruiserweight Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera and Billy Kidman
Scott Norton defeated Jerry Flynn
WCW Tag Team Champions Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated Curt Hennig & Barry Windham
Konnan defeated Bobby Duncum Jr.
Bill Goldberg defeated Meng
Sting defeated Bret Hart
WCW World Champion Ric Flair defeated Hulk Hogan via reverse decision

WCW @ Biloxi, MS - March 21, 1999
Bobby Duncum Jr. defeated Scotty Riggs
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Psychosis
La Parka defeated Lizmark Jr. and Silver King
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Disco Inferno
Scott Norton defeated Jerry Flynn
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Brian Adams in a non-title match
Rick Steiner defeated Scott Steiner

WCW @ Panama City, FL - Club LeVela - March 22, 1999
Monday Nitro:
Van Hammer pinned Bull Payne
La Parka, Damien, Lizmark Jr., & Super Calo defeated Silver King, El Dandy, Psychosis, & La Cucharacha (Disco Inferno)
Rick Steiner pinned Fit Finlay
Juventud Guerrera pinned El Vampiro
Bill Goldberg pinned Hak
Vincent pinned Horace Hogan
WCW Tag Team Champions Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated Raven & Perry Saturn via disqualification when Raven hit Malenko with one of the title belts as Saturn had Benoit caught in the Rings of Saturn
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Scott Steiner defeated Chris Jericho via submission with the Steiner Recliner
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated WCW World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Arn Anderson) via disqualification at 7:37 when Anderson pulled referee Charles Robinson out of the ring as Mysterio had Flair covered following a hurricanrana off the top; after the bout, Robinson raised Flair's hand in victory because Flair was the WCW President; moments later, Mysterio kicked Flair from the floor into the pool surrounding the ring

- Scott and Dana Hall remarried over the weekend.

WCW @ Port Huron, MI - Morran Arena - March 26, 1999 (4,153; sell out)
Hugh Morrus defeated Dave Taylor
Ernest Miller defeated Prince Iaukea
Billy Kidman defeated Blitzkrieg
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera
Perry Saturn defeated Chris Jericho
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Brian Adams
Rick Steiner defeated Scott Steiner

WCW @ Auburn Hills, MI - Palace - March 27, 1999 (13,914)
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera and Billy Kidman
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Brian Adams
WCW Tag Team Champions Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated Fit Finlay & Dave Taylor
Konnan defeated Blitzkrieg
Perry Saturn defeated Chris Jericho
Bill Goldberg defeated Hugh Morrus
Rick Steiner defeated Scott Steiner via disqualification
Hulk Hogan defeated WCW World Champion Ric Flair via disqualification when the Horsemen interfered

WCW @ Kalamazoo, MI - Wings Stadium - March 28, 1999 (5,397; 700 shy of a sell out)
Hugh Morrus defeated Dave Taylor
Prince Iaukea defeated Fit Finlay
Juventud Guerrera defeated Blitzkrieg
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Billy Kidman
Perry Saturn defeated Chris Jericho
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Brian Adams
Rick Steiner defeated Scott Steiner

WCW @ Toronto, Ontario - Air Canada Centre - March 29, 1999 (16,195; sell out)
Kevin Sullivan passed out before the show, lost control of his bodily functions, and stopped breathing more than once before EMTs revived him
Monday Nitro - featured an in-ring promo by Bret Hart in which led the crowd in a rendition of "Oh Canada" before noting he couldn't get a match against the likes of WCW World Champion Ric Flair or Hulk Hogan; Hart then turned his attention to Bill Goldberg and called him out, saying he was putting up a lot of money to face Steve Austin while Hart had beaten Austin in all their matches; Hart took off his shirt, revealing a Toronto Maple Leafs jersey underneath; moments later, Goldberg joined Hart in the ring and took him down with a spear, with both men then being knocked out; Hart eventually came to his senses, crawled on top of Goldberg, and counted to 3 before taking off his jersey to reveal a steel plate underneath; Hart then took the mic and said "Hey Bischoff, and the WCW, I quit":
Konnan defeated Vincent via submission with the Tequilla Sunrise at 5:35
Wrath pinned Kenny Kaos at 8:48 with the Meltdown
Rick Steiner pinned Scott Norton with the bulldog off the top at 7:08; Norton kicked out of the planned finish but the decision stood
WCW TV Champion Booker T pinned Chris Adams at 7:23 with the missile dropkick
Chris Jericho pinned Jerry Flynn at 4:34 by using the ropes for leverage
Buff Bagwell pinned Norman Smiley at 7:30 with the Buff Blockbuster
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko to win the titles at 12:25 when Mysterio pinned Malenko after Raven interfered and dropped Malenko with the DDT as Mysterio was caught in the Texas Cloverleaf
Hulk Hogan pinned Diamond Dallas Page at 9:00 with the legdrop and then knocking out referee Charles Robinson, with referee Mickey Jay then making the count; mid-way through the bout, WCW World Champion Ric Flair appeared ringside; late in the match, Flair interfered, hit Page with a botched chair shot, and was knocked to the floor by Hogan; Hogan then knocked out Robinson when he refused to make the count

WCW @ Kitchener, Ontario - March 30, 1999
WCW Saturday Night taping:
4/3/99:
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Erik Watts
Scotty Riggs defeated Al Greene
Kenny Kaos defeated Bobby Duncum Jr.
Chris Adams & Mike Enos defeated Disorderly Conduct when Enos pinned Tough Tom
Vincent defeated Barry Horowitz
Prince Iaukea defeated Lenny Lane
Chris Jericho defeated Kaz Hayashi
Raven & Perry Saturn defeated Silver King & Scott Armstrong
Rick Steiner defeated Fit Finlay via disqualification
Meng & Jerry Flynn fought the Barbarian & Hugh Morrus to a double count-out
4/10/99 Rick Steiner defeated Fit Finlay
Ernest Miller (w/ Sonny Onoo) defeated Norman Smiley
Konnan defeated La Cucaracha (Disco Inferno under a mask)
Meng & Jerry Flynn defeated the Barbarian & Hugh Morrus (w/ Jimmy Hart) in a falls count anywhere match when Flynn pinned the Barbarian
Worldwide - 4/10/99:
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Chip Minton
Scott Norton defeated Jason Anderson
Worldwide - 4/17/99 - hosted by Scott Hudson, subbing for Tony Schiavone, alongside Larry Zbyszko; featured Gene Okerlund hyping the return of WCW to the Nassau Coliseum on 4/30/99 before conducting a backstage interview with JJ Dillon, who said Sting, Ric Flair, and WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page would face off in a three-way in Hulk Hogan's absence; Dillon then said Randy Savage would also be on hand to face Buff Bagwell; Hudson & Mike Tenay provided commentary for the matches; included a vignette on Meng; featured a vignette on WCW US Champion Scott Steiner; included Okerlund further hyping the 4/30/99 Nassau Coliseum show, then conducting a backstage interview with DDP about his title win and upcoming title defense against Sting and Flair:
Bobby Duncum Jr. pinned Kenny Kaos at 6:10 with his feet on the ropes for leverage after shoving Kaos from the middle turnbuckle as Kaos was perched there punching Duncum
Van Hammer pinned Ed Gatsky at 4:45 with the Flashback sidewalk slam; Gastky had "CK" written on his trunks and boots, which the commentary team mentioned
Billy Kidman pinned Lash Laroux at 6:17 with the Shooting Star Press after a reversal into a facebuster
Wrath pinned the Disciple with the Meltdown at 4:52; following his entrance, the Disciple took the mic and said it was great to be back in Canada, noted his slump since leaving the nWo, and said he could win with the help of the fans
Worldwide - 4/24/99:
Bobby Blaze defeated Johnny Swinger
Barry Darsow defeated Villano IV
Worldwide - 5/1/99:
Sick Boy defeated Super Calo
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - March 31, 1999
Juventud Guerrera defeated Lizmark Jr.
Horace Hogan defeated Norman Smiley
Scotty Riggs defeated Fit Finlay
WCW Tag Team Champions - WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno
Sting defeated Diamond Dallas Page
Bill Goldberg defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
WCW World Champion Ric Flair defeated Hulk Hogan via reverse decision

WCW @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - April 1, 1999
Thunder taping:
4/1/99:
Norman Smiley defeated Erik Watts
Raven & Perry Saturn defeated Bobby Duncum Jr. & Mike Enos
WCW US Championship Tournament: Chris Jericho defeated Chris Adams
Meng & Jerry Flynn defeated the Barbarian & Hugh Morrus
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Kaz Hayashi
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Horace Hogan
Hulk Hogan defeated the Disciple
4/7/99:
WCW Cruiserweight & WCW Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Evan Karagias
Wrath defeated Damien
Hak defeated Mikey Whipwreck in a No DQ match
Blitzkrieg defeated Super Calo
Raven defeated Chris Benoit via disqualification
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Chris Jericho

WCW @ Fairfax, VA - Patriot Center - April 2, 1999
Juventud Guerrera defeated Lizmark Jr.
Fit Finlay defeated Scotty Riggs
Horace defeated Norman Smiley
WCW Tag Team Champions - WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno
Sting defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Bill Goldberg defeated Meng
WCW World Champion Ric Flair defeated Hulk Hogan via reverse decision

WCW @ Boston, MA - Fleet Center - April 3, 1999
Juventud Guerrera pinned Lizmark Jr. with the Juvi Driver
Horace pinned Norman Smiley with a Samoan Drop
Scotty Riggs pinned Fit Finlay with a flying forearm
WCW Cruiserweight & WCW Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. fought WCW Tag Team Champion Billy Kidman to a no contest when Arn Anderson, Chris Benoit, & Dean Malenko came out, with Anderson challenging Mysterio & Kidman to defend their tag team titles
WCW Tag Team Champions - WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko when Mysterio pinned Malenko with a roll up
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno
Sting pinned Bam Bam Bigelow with the Scorpion Death Drop
Bill Goldberg pinned Meng with the Jackhammer after Meng became distracted by Bam Bam Bigelow at ringside
WCW World Champion Ric Flair defeated Hulk Hogan via reverse decision; Hogan originally won the match and title when a replacement referee made the pinfall on Flair; moments later, initial referee Charles Robinson, who refused to make a pinfall as Hogan had Flair pinned, disqualified Hogan for attacking him just before the pinfall; after the bout, Hogan beat up Robinson

WCW @ Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena - April 5, 1999
Monday Nitro:
Hak pinned Kendall Windham in a kendo stick match
Konnan defeated Lizmark Jr.
WCW US Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Scott Steiner pinned Meng
Jim Duggan pinned Lenny Lane
Stevie Ray won a battle royal; other participants included: Vincent, Horace Hogan, and Brian Adams
WCW Tag Team Champions Billy Kidman & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Raven & Perry Saturn in a No DQ match
WCW US Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Chris Jericho (sub. for Curt Hennig) via disqualification when Scott Steiner interfered
Buff Bagwell pinned Bam Bam Bigelow
WCW World Champion Ric Flair, Bill Goldberg, Diamond Dallas Page, and Hulk Hogan fought to a no contest (Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection)

WCW @ ? - April 1999
Thunder - 4/7/99:
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Evan Karagias
Wrath pinned Damien
Hak pinned Mikey Whipwreck
Blitzkrieg pinned Super Calo
Raven defeated Chris Benoit via disqualification
WCW US Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: WCW TV Champion Booker T pinned Chris Jericho

Spring Stampede 99 - Tacoma, WA - Tacoma Dome - April 11, 1999 (17,690)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary:
Juventud Guerrera pinned Blitzkreig at 11:12 with a Juvi Driver off the middle turnbuckle; due to pre-match stipulations, Guerrera earned a WCW Cruiserweight Title match the following night on Monday Nitro
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Hak (w/ Chastity) in a hardcore match at 9:34 following the Greetings from Asbury Park off the top through a table set up in the ring
Scotty Riggs pinned Mikey Whipwreck in an unadvertised match at 7:04 with a flying forearm
Konnan pinned Disco Inferno with the Chart Buster at 9:18
WCW Cruiserweight & Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WCW Tag Team Champion Billy Kidman at 15:33 with a hurricanrana off the top after crotching Kidman on the top as the challenger attempted the Shooting Star Press
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko (w/ Arn Anderson) defeated Raven & Perry Saturn at 14:12 when Malenko pinned Raven after Benoit hit a diving headbutt on Raven, moments after Anderson laid a steel chair across Raven's head, as Raven had Malenko covered
WCW US Championship Tournament Finals: Scott Steiner pinned WCW TV Champion Booker T at 16:00 to win the US title after hitting Booker with a foreign object as Booker had him in mid-air for a vertical suplex
Bill Goldberg pinned Kevin Nash (w/ Lex Luger & Elizabeth) with the spear and Jackhammer at 7:46 after fighting off an interfering Luger
Diamond Dallas Page defeated WCW World Champion Ric Flair, Sting, and Hulk Hogan in a Texas Tornado match to win the title by pinning Flair with the Diamond Cutter at 17:27; Hogan was taken out of the match at the 6-minute mark following a knee injury; moments later, Eric Bischoff came out and checked on Hogan as he was helped backstage; late in the bout, guest referee Randy Savage dropped the flying elbowsmash on the champion as Flair had Sting in the figure-4; Gorgeous George, who escorted Savage to the ring before contest, remained at ringside throughout the match (Savage's return after a 10-month absence; Gorgeous George's surprise debut) (Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection)

WCW @ Yakima, WA - Valley Sundome - April 12, 1999
Monday Nitro:
WCW Cruiserweight & Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Juventud Guerrera
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Hugh Morrus in a kendo stick match
El Dandy & La Parka fought the Master Blasters to a no contest
WCW Tag Team Champion Billy Kidman pinned Psychosis
WCW TV Champion Booker T pinned Rick Steiner
Bill Goldberg pinned Kenny Kaos
Sting pinned Ric Flair
WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page pinned WCW US Champion Scott Steiner

WCW @ Boise, ID - Idaho Center - April 13, 1999 (5,655 paid)
Television taping:
Vampiro defeated Bobby Blaze
Disco Inferno defeated Barry Horowitz
Evan Karagias defeated Lenny Lane
Ernest Miller defeated Chris Adams
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Wrath via disqualification
Brian Adams defeated Chip Minton
WCW Tag Team Champions - WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko via disqualification
Joe Gomez defeated the Gambler
Jerry Flynn defeated the Barbarian via disqualification
Raven & Perry Saturn defeated Damien & Silver King
Barry Windham defeated Scott Armstrong
Kenny Kaos defeated Bobby Duncum Jr.
Norman Smiley defeated Lash LaRoux
Jim Duggan defeated Barry Darsow
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Scott Norton via count-out

WCW @ Daytona Beach, FL - Ocean Center - April 14, 1999 (3,742 paid)
Prince Iaukea defeated an unknown
Jerry Flynn defeated Ernest Miller
Konnan defeated Mike Enos
Hugh Morrus defeated Norman Smiley
Rick Steiner defeated Horace
WCW Tag Team Champions - WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Randy Savage defeated Disco Inferno

WCW @ Orlando, FL - Arena - April 15, 1999 (9,429 paid)
Thunder - 4/15/99:
Buff Bagwell pinned El Vampiro
Wrath fought Jerry Flynn to a no contest
Meng pinned Horace
Disco Inferno pinned Mikey Whipwreck
Raven & Perry Saturn defeated Disorderly Conduct
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Juventud Guerrera
WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page pinned Stevie Ray
4/22/99:
Hak pinned Hugh Morrus
Konnan defeated Scotty Riggs
El Vampiro pinned Al Greene
WCW TV Champion Booker T pinned Bobby Duncum Jr.
Buff Bagwell pinned Fit Finlay
Rick Steiner pinned Disco Inferno
Bill Goldberg pinned Ernest Miller
Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, & WCW Tag Team Champion Billy Kidman defeated Raven, Perry Saturn, WCW Cruiserweight & Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr.

WCW @ Miami, FL - Arena - April 16, 1999 (7,112 paid)
Ernest Miller defeated Jerry Flynn
Norman Smiley defeated Horace
WCW Tag Team Champions - WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Rick Steiner defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno
Bill Goldberg defeated Meng
Randy Savage defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Ft. Pierce, FL - St. Lucie County Civic Center - April 17, 1999 (2,422 paid)
Ernest Miller defeated Jerry Flynn
WCW Tag Team Champions - WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno
Norman Smiley defeated Horace Hogan
Rick Steiner defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Bill Goldberg defeated Meng
Randy Savage defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Tampa, FL - Ice Palace - April 18, 1999 (6,033 paid)
Norman Smiley defeated Horace
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno
Rick Steiner defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Jimmy Hart defeated Bubba the Love Sponge via disqualification
Ernest Miller defeated Jerry Flynn
WCW Tag Team Champions - WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Bill Goldberg defeated Meng
Randy Savage defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Gainesville, FL - O'Connell Center - April 19, 1999 (8,567 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated Scott & Steve Armstrong
Psychosis defeated Juventud Guerrera, Blitzkreig, and WCW Cruiserweight & Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. to win the cruiserweight title
Brian Knobbs pinned Hak in a kendo stick vs. trash can match
Buff Bagwell pinned Disco Inferno
WCW Tag Team Champion Billy Kidman fought Raven (w/ Perry Saturn) to a no contest in a Raven's Rules match at 2:45 when, after Raven lifted a steel chair to block the Shooting Star Press, Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko ran out and attacked both men; eventually, WCW Cruiserweight Champion & WCW Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. ran out and helped Saturn clear the ring; moments later, after Saturn and Mysterio had words, they fought until Kidman dropped Saturn and then Raven hit Kidman with the DDT; Benoit & Malenko then ran back into the ring, with the six men brawling to close the segment
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner pinned Scott Norton
Kevin Nash pinned Ric Flair (w/ Arn Anderson) at 10:16 with one foot on his chest following the powerbomb; prior to the bout, Nash cut an in-ring promo saying he would get revenge on WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page for putting Hulk Hogan on the shelf; he then said that if Bill Golberg was to take the title from DDP later in the show, then he would see him at Slamboree; late in the bout, referee Charles Robinson refused to count Flair down after he sustained the powerbomb, with Gorgeous George and Randy Savage then appearing ringside, George jumping Robinson, putting on his referee's shirt, and making the count; after the bout, several medics came out, clumsily pulled Flair out of the ring, and took him backstage on a stretcher; Roddy Piper came out with them and badmouthed Flair as Flair was taken backstage and into a waiting van; Anderson protested the lack of medical equipment in the van before it was releaved Flair was being taken to the Central Florida Medical Hospital
WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page fought Bill Goldberg to a no contest

WCW @ Chattanooga, TN - UTC Arena - April 23, 1999 (3,805 paid)
Vampiro defeated Erik Watts
Brad Armstrong defeated Fit Finlay
Scotty Riggs defeated Dave Taylor
WCW Tag Team Champion Billy Kidman defeated Ernest Miller
Perry Saturn defeated Scott Norton
Raven defeated Hak in a hardcore match
Sting defeated Bam Bam Bigelow

WCW @ Huntsville, AL - Von Braun Civic Center - April 24, 1999 (6,128 paid)
Vampiro defeated Silver King
WCW Tag Team Champion Billy Kidman defeated Ernest Miller
Scotty Riggs defeated Fit Finlay
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Scott Norton
Raven defeated Hak in a hardcore match
Sting defeated Bam Bam Bigelow

WCW @ Minneapolis, MN - Target Center - April 25, 1999 (11,439 paid)
Vampiro defeated Silver King
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Lenny Lane
Barry Darsow defeated Chris Adams
Konnan defeated Curt Hennig via disqualification
Raven defeated Hak in a hardcore match
Rick Steiner defeated Scott Norton
Sting defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Bill Goldberg defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Fargo, ND - Fargodome - April 26, 1999 (11,492; 8,813 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Konnan defeated Brian Adams via disqualification
Scott & Steve Armstrong defeated Raven in a handicap match
Sting pinned WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page to win the title at 19:57 by holding onto the ring ropes to block the Diamond Cutter and then hitting the Scorpion Deathdrop (The Very Best of Nitro)
WCW Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Psychosis to win the title
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Erik Watts
WCW TV Champion Booker T pinned Meng
Brian Knobbs defeated Hak, Horace Hogan, and Mikey Whipwreck
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated Randy Savage via disqualification
Diamond Dallas Page defeated WCW World Champion Sting, Bill Goldberg, and Kevin Nash to win the title in a No DQ match by pinning Nash with the Diamond Cutter after hitting him with a foreign object thrown to him by Randy Savage; Savage appeared late in the bout, as Goldberg had Sting covered following the Jackhammer, and knocked Goldberg to the floor; after the contest, Page left ringside through the crowd as the broadcast ended

WCW @ Bismark, ND - Civic Center - April 27, 1999 (5,256 paid)
Television taping:
Juventud Guerrera defeated Damien
Brian Knobbs defeated an unknown
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated Disorderly Conduct
Buff Bagwell defeated Barry Horowitz
Erik Watts defeated El Dandy
The Gambler defeated Dave Taylor
Disco Inferno defeated Frankie Lancaster
Horace defeated Silver King
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Johnny Swinger
Vampiro defeated Ciclope
Barry Darsow defeated Chris Adams
Meng defeated Al Greene
Jerry Flynn defeated the Barbarian
Disco Inferno defeated Bobby Eaton
Fit Finlay defeated Prince Iaukea
Hak defeated Bull Pain
Psychosis defeated Blitzkrieg
Steve & Scott Armstrong defeated Vincent & Stevie Ray
WCW Cruiserweight Champion & WCW Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Kaz Hayashi
Raven defeated Dean Malenko via disqualification

WCW @ Pittsburgh, PA - Palumbo Center - April 28, 1999 (4,847 paid)
Chris Adams & Prince Iaukea defeated Dave Taylor & Fit Finlay
WCW Cruiserweight Champion & WCW Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Blitzkrieg
Vincent defeated Brad Armstrong
Raven defeated Hak in a hardcore match
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Curt Hennig
Rick Steiner defeated WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page via disqualification

WCW @ State College, PA - Bryce Jordan Center - April 29, 1999
Thunder taping:
4/29:
Curt Hennig defeated WCW TV Champion Booker T via count-out
Stevie Ray pinned Jerry Flynn
Kevin Nash pinned Hak in a hardcore match
Bill Goldberg pinned Meng
Randy Savage pinned the Disciple
WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page pinned Bam Bam Bigelow in a hardcore match
5/6:
Raven & Perry Saturn defeated Scotty Riggs & Mike Enos in a No DQ match
Rick Steiner defeated Erik Watts
Brian Adams & Horace defeated Disorderly Conduct
WCW Cruiserweight Champion & WCW Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Kanyon in a non-title match
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated the Texas Hangmen

WCW @ Long Island, NY - Nassau Coliseum - April 30, 1999 (9,874 paid)
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Blitzkrieg
Prince Iaukea defeated Horace
Konnan defeated Fit Finlay
Bam Bam Bigelow defated Perry Saturn in a hardcore match
WCW Cruiserweight Champion & WCW Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera
Rick Steiner defeated Meng
Bill Goldberg defeated Curt Hennig
WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page defeated Sting and Ric Flair

WCW @ Philadelphia, PA - First Union Spectrum - May 1, 1999 (9,408 paid)
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Blitzkrieg
Fit Finlay defeated Prince Iaukea
Konnan defeated Horace
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Perry Saturn
Raven defeated Hak in a hardcore match
WCW Cruiserweight Champion & WCW Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera
Rick Steiner defeated Meng
Bill Goldberg defeated Curt Hennig
WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page defeated Sting and Ric Flair

WCW @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - May 2, 1999 (7,287 paid)
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Blitzkrieg
Prince Iaukea defeated Fit Finlay
Rick Steiner defeated Curt Hennig
Konnan defeated Horace
WCW Cruiserweight Champion & WCW Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera
Raven & Perry Saturn defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Charlotte, NC - Coliseum - May 3, 1999 (6,379 paid)
Monday Nitro:
WCW Tag Team Champions Billy Kidman & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Scott & Steve Armstrong
Buff Bagwell pinned Ernest Miller
Hak fought Bam Bam Bigelow to a draw
Konnan defeated Horace Hogan via disqualification
Meng pinned David Flair
WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page pinned Ric Flair

WCW @ ? - May 1999
Thunder - 5/6/99:
Raven & Perry Saturn defeated Scotty Riggs & Mike Enos
Rick Steiner defeated Erik Watts
Horace & Brian Adams defeated Disorderly Conduct
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Kanyon
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated the Texas Hangmen

Slamboree 99 - St. Louis, MO - TWA Arena - May 9, 1999 (13,789 paid)
Dale Torborg defeated Johnny Swinger
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; included a backstage segment in which World Heavyweight Champion Diamond Dallas Page and Bam Bam Bigelow were seen talking together; featured a backstage segment in which an angry WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner was shown looking backstage for WCW US Champion Scott Steiner after the way Scott interfered in his match, with Rick bumping into Buff Bagwell and wishing him well in his match later in the night:
Raven & Perry Saturn defeated WCW Tag Team Champions - WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman and Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko (w/ Arn Anderson) to win the titles at 17:29 when Raven pinned Kidman with an Evenflow after Kanyon, wearing a Sting mask, crotched Kidman on the top rope; Malenko had Saturn caught in the Texas Cloverleaf, after Anderson dropped Saturn with the spinebuster, as the referee counted the pinfall
Konnan pinned Stevie Ray (w/ Horace & Vincent) at 6:10 with a roll up after WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. countered Horace & Vincent's interference before coming off the top onto Stevie Ray
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Brian Knobbs in a falls count anywhere hardcore match at 11:31 with a suplex through a concession stand table after Knobbs missed a dive from the crowd into the concession area; the falls count anywhere stipulation was not announced until just before the match
Rick Steiner pinned WCW TV Champion Booker T to win the title at 11:09 with the bulldog off the top after WCW US Champion Scott Steiner, who appeared late in the bout, tripped Booker as he ran the ropes
Gorgeous George (w/ Randy Savage, Madusa, & Ms. Madness) pinned Charles Robinson (w/ Ric Flair & Aysa) with an elbowsmash from the middle turnbuckle at 10:39; due to pre-match stipulations, Savage was reinstated as a wrestler
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated Buff Bagwell via KO with the Steiner Recliner at 7:11 after WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner, who appeared late in the bout under the guise of helping Buff, hit Bagwell with a steel chair as Bagwell attempted the Buff Blockbuster
Ric Flair (w/ Arn Anderson & Aysa) pinned Roddy Piper at 12:10 when, after Piper fought off the interference of Anderson, Aysa, and referee Charles Robinson, Flair hit Piper with a foreign object; prior to the bout, Flair fired referee Johnny Boone and put Robinson in his place; after the match, Eric Bischoff appeared, said Piper won the match, and told Flair to bite him; Bischoff and Piper then hugged as they raised their hands together, with Piper then firing Flair; moments later, Bischoff told the production truck to turn off Flair's mic; due to pre-match stipulations, Piper won Flair's spot as WCW President
Sting fought Bill Goldberg to a no contest at 8:16 when Bret Hart interfered, hit Goldberg over the head with a steel chair, and then repeatedly hit Goldberg's leg with the chair before leaving ringside; moments later, Rick & Scott Steiner ran to the ring and laid out both Sting and Goldberg (Bret's surprise return after a 2-month absence)
Kevin Nash pinned WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page to win the title at 18:23 with the powerbomb after kicking a steel chair into Page's face; Nash originally won the match at 13:01 via disqualification when Randy Savage interfered and hit Nash in the face with the title belt; moments later, Savage was escorted backstage before Eric Bischoff told the referee the match would continue

WCW @ Cape Girardau, MO - May 11, 1999
Television taping:
WCW Tag Team Champions - WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Disorderly Conduct
Johnny Swinger defeated Adrian Byrd
Al Greene defeated Damien
Fit Finlay defeated Kendall Windham
David Flair defeated Frankie Lancaster via disqualification
Brian Adams defeated Erik Watts
Meng defeated Dale Torborg
Barry Darsow defeated Bull Pain
Kanyon defeated Silver King
Juventud Guerrera defeated Jerry Flynn
Disco Inferno defeated Barry Horowitz
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated El Dandy
Vincent defeated Lizmark Jr.
Mike Enos defeated an unknown
Kenny Kaos defeated Steve Armstrong
Ernest Miller defeated Scott Armstrong
Scott Norton defeated Dave Taylor
Kaz Hayashi defeated Super Calo
David Flair defeated Al Greene via disqualification
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Bobby Eaton
Curt Hennig defeated Stevie Ray via disqualification
Scotty Riggs defeated Lash Laroux
The Barbarian & Hugh Morrus defeated Raven & Perry Saturn via disqualification

WCW @ Springfield, MO - Shrine Mosque - May 12, 1999
Vampiro defeated Lash Laroux
Hugh Morrus defeated Jerry Flynn
La Parka & Silver King defeated Super Calo & Lizmark Jr.
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Brian Adams
Sting defeated Ric Flair and Diamond Dallas Page

WCW @ Wichita, KS - Kansas Coliseum - May 13, 1999
Thunder - 5/20:
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Scott Putski
Billy Kidman defeated Juventud Guerrera
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Kaz Hayashi
WCW Tag Team Champions Raven & Perry Saturn defeated Horace & Vincent in a No DQ match
David Flair defeated Barry Horowitz
Curt Hennig fought Disco Inferno to a no contest
Buff Bagwell defeated Randy Savage via disqualification

WCW @ Des Moines, IA - Veterans Memorial Coliseum - May 14, 1999
Chris Adams defeated Vampiro
La Parka & Silver King defeated El Dandy & Super Calo
Hugh Morrus defeated Jerry Flynn
Raven defeated Hak in a hardcore match
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Sting defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Omaha, NE - Aksarben Arena - May 15, 1999
Hugh Morrus defeated Jerry Flynn
La Parka & Silver King defeated Super Calo & El Dandy
Chris Adams defeated Vampiro
Raven defeated Hak in a hardcore match
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Sting defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Sioux City, IA - Municipal Auditorium - May 16, 1999
Hugh Morrus defeated Jerry Flynn
La Parka defeated Silver King and El Dandy
Chris Adams defeated Vampiro
Raven defeated Hak in a hardcore match
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Sting defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Cedar Rapids, IA - Five Seasons Center - May 17, 1999
Monday Nitro:
WCW World Champion Kevin Nash defeated Diamond Dallas Page via disqualification
WCW Tag Team Champions Raven & Perry Saturn defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Evan Karagias
Randy Savage & Madusa defeated Ric Flair & Charles Robinson
Hak fought Fit Finlay to a no contest
WCW TV Champion Rick Stiener fought Sting to a no contest
Curt Hennig pinned Konnan

WCW @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - May 21, 1999
Kenny Kaos defeated Erik Watts
Evan Karagias defeated Bobby Eaton
Ernest Miller defeated Prince Iaukea
Scotty Riggs defeated Bobby Duncum Jr.
Scott Norton defeated Hak in a hardcore match
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Diamond Dallas Page
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko

WCW @ Johnson City, TN - Freedom Hall - May 22, 1999
Erik Watts defeated Kenny Kaos
Evan Karagias defeated Bobby Eaton
Bobby Duncum Jr. defeated Scotty Riggs
Prince Iaukea defeated Ernest Miller
Scott Norton defeated Hak in a hardcore match
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Diamond Dallas Page
Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit

WCW @ Knoxville, TN - Civic Coliseum - May 23, 1999
Kenny Kaos defeated Erik Watts
Evan Karagias defeated Bobby Eaton
Ernest Miller defeated Prince Iaukea
Scotty Riggs defeated Bobby Duncum Jr.
Scott Norton defeated Hak in a hardcore match
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Stevie Ray
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Chris Benoit

- 5/23/99: Former King of the Ring, WWF IC, European, and Tag Team Champion Owen Hart passed away at the age of 34.

WCW @ Greenville, SC - Bi-Lo Center - May 24, 1999
Monday Nitro:
Van Hammer defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
David Flair defeated El Dandy
12-man cruiserweight battle royal went to a no contest
Chris Benoit defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Buff Bagwell defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner via disqualification
Roddy Piper & Chris Benoit fought Ric Flair, Diamond Dallas Page, & Bam Bam Bigelow to a no contest in a handicap match

WCW @ Augusta, GA - Civic Center- May 25, 1999
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Two men (w/ Sonny Onoo) defeated two unknowns
Chris Walker defeated an unknown
Jerry Flynn defeated Dave Taylor
Hugh Morris (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bobby Blaze
David Flair (w/ Arn Anderson) defeated Johnny Swinger
Van Hammer defeated Barry Darsow
Juventud Guerrera defeated El Dandy
El Vampero defeated an unknown
Bobby Eaton defeated Scott Armstrong
Scotty Riggs defeated Mike Innis
Vincent (w/ Stevie Ray & Horace) defeated the Gambler
Evan Karagias defeated Barry Horowitz
Jim Duggan defeated an unknown
An unknown defeated Erik Watts
Perry Saturn defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
The Disciple defeated Disorderly Conduct #1 (w/ Disorderly Conduct #2)
Buff Bagwell defeated Steve Armstrong
Stevie Ray & Horace (w/ Vincent) defeated Silver King & Villano V
Rick Steiner defeated La Parka
Billy Kidman defeated Psychosis
Brian Knobbs fought Fit Finley to a double disqualification
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Lash LaRoux
Konnan defeated Curt Henning via count-out

WCW @ Savannah, GA - Civic Center - May 26, 1999
Juventud Guerrera defeated Blitzkrieg
Vampiro defeated Lash Laroux
Stevie Ray & Brian Adams defeated Fit Finlay & Dave Taylor
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Hak in a hardcore match
Jim Duggan defeated Bobby Duncum Jr.
Buff Bagwell defeated Curt Hennig
WCW World Champion Kevin Nash defeated Randy Savage via disqualification

WCW @ North Charleston, SC - Coliseum - May 27, 1999
Thunder taping:
5/27/99:
Kaz Hayashi pinned Lash Laroux
Van Hammer pinned Prince Iaukea
Ernest Miller pinned Vampiro
Konnan defeated Kenny Kaos
Evan Karagias pinned Lenny Lane
Chris Benoit defeated Diamond Dallas Page via disqualification
Buff Bagwell defeated Randy Savage via disqualification
6/3/99:
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Scotty Riggs
Billy Kidman defeated Hugh Morrus via disqualification
Buff Bagwell defeated Brian Adams
Scott Norton defeated Silver King
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Curt Hennig via disqualification in a non-title match
Chris Benoit defeated Ric Flair via disqualification

WCW @ Tupelo, MS - Coliseum - May 28, 1999
Kaz Hayashi defeated Blitzkrieg
Juventud Guerrera defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Brian Knobbs in a hardcore match
Brian Adams & Stevie Ray defeated Fit Finlay & Dave Taylor
Konnan defeated Bobby Duncum Jr.
Sting defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Mobile, AL - Civic Center - May 29, 1999
Kaz Hayashi defeated Blitzkrieg
Hugh Morrus defeated Jerry Flynn
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Brian Knobbs in a hardcore match
Brian Adams & Stevie Ray defeated Fit Finlay & Dave Taylor
Konnan defeated Bobby Duncum Jr.
Sting defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Baton Rouge, LA - Riverside Centroplex - May 30, 1999
Kaz Hayashi defeated Blitzkrieg
Brian Adams & Stevie Ray defeated Fit Finlay & Dave Taylor
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Brian Knobbs in a hardcore match
Juventud Guerrera defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Hugh Morrus defeated Jerry Flynn
Sting defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Houston, TX - Astrodome - May 31, 1999
Monday Nitro - featured Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow attacking WCW Tag Team Champion Raven outside the arena earlier in the night and throwing him into a Dumpster; later in the night, it was announced both Raven and Kanyon had been taken to the hospital due to Page & Bigelow:
Billy Kidman fought Hak to a no contest in a No DQ match
Van Hammer defeated Evan Karagias
Konnan & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Curt Hennig & Bobby Duncum Jr. via disqualification
David Flair defeated Erik Watts
Ernest Miller defeated Scott Norton
Randy Savage defeated an imposter Kevin Nash
Buff Bagwell defeated Bobby Eaton
Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Perry Saturn & Kanyon (sub. for WCW Tag Team Champion Raven) to win the titles at around the 11-minute mark when Page pinned Kanyon following a punch; prior to the bout, Saturn came out by himself to wrestle the match as a handicap bout and cut an in-ring promo noting both Raven and Kanyon had been taken to the hospital; Kanyon appeared during the final moments to make it a 2-on-2 contest (The Very Best of Nitro Vol. 2)
Sting fought WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner to a no contest in a steel cage match; Tank Abbott was the guest referee for the bout

WCW @ Cincinnati, OH - Firstar Center - June 4, 1999
Chris Adams defeated Vampiro
Ernest Miller defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Juventud Guerrera defeated Kaz Hayashi
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Hak in a hardcore match
Chris Benoit defeated Billy Kidman
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Chris Jericho
Sting defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Columbus, OH - Convention Center - June 5, 1999
Vampiro defeated Chris Adams
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Ernest Miller
Juventud Guerrera defeated Kaz Hayashi
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Hak in a hardcore match
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho
Sting defeated Diamond Dallas Page

WCW @ Athens, OH - June 6, 1999
Chris Adams defeated Vampiro
Ernest Miller defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Juventud Guerrera defeated Kaz Hayashi
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Hak in a hardcore match
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho
Sting defeated Diamond Dallas Page

WCW @ Cleveland, OH - Convocation Center - June 7, 1999
Monday Nitro:
Hak defeated Prince Iaukea in a hardcore match
Scotty Riggs defeated Lenny Lane
Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow to win the titles
La Parka & Silver King defeated Damien & Ciclope in a falls count anywhere match
Ernest Miller defeated Horace
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Bobby Duncum Jr. via disqualification in a non-title match
Buff Bagwell defeated Disco Inferno
Sting defeated Randy Savage via disqualification

WCW @ Johnstown, PA - Cambria County War Memorial - June 8, 1999
Television taping

WCW @ Syracuse, NY - June 10, 1999
Thunder - 6/10/99 - shown live; featured Mike Tenay & Larry Zbszyko on commentary; included footage of Randy Savage, with Gorgeous George, Madusa, & Miss Madness, riding in a limo and ordering the driver to pull over upon seeing who they thought was WCW World Champion Kevin Nash next to his wrecked car, with Savage then attacking the person only to realize it was Brian Adams, with the two then exchanging words; included Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with Buff Bagwell, in which Okerlund informed Bagwell that Roddy Piper had given him a match with Disco Inferno at the Great American Bash, with Bagwell disappointed at not having a bigger opportunity; moments later, Ernest Miller, along with Sonny Onoo, interrupted the interview, with Bagwell then challenging Miller to a match; featured a promo for the WCW Mastercard; included Okerlund conducting an interview with WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Chris Kanyon, with Page discussing his title loss to Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn on Nitro that had been overturned and telling Okerlund not to worry about the whereabouts of WCW Tag Team Champion Bam Bam Bigelow; featured Savage having a confrontation with Adams backstage, and a match set up between the two; included Okerlund conducting an interview with Benoit & Saturn, who stated they didn't have to like each other to take the WCW Tag Team Titles from Page, Kanyon, & Bigelow, as Dean Malenko watched from the entrance ramp; featured a "Chimp Channel" parody of Tenay & Zbyszko doing commentary:
Konnan & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Psychosis & Villano V at 5:22 when Mysterio pinned Psychosis with the springboard huracanrana; during the bout, Mike Tenay announced WCW President Ric Flair ruled that since Perry Saturn was not Chris Benoit's original partner on Nitro, their title victory over WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow had been overturned and the belts were returned to the champions
Ernest Miller (w/ Sonny Onoo) defeated Buff Bagwell via disqualification at 4:36 when referee Nick Patrick saw Bagwell strike Onoo with a crowbar that Miller brought into the ring; after the bout, Scott Norton cleared the ring of Miller, with guest commentator Disco Inferno then running in and hitting Bagwell with the Last Dance
Randy Savage (w/ Gorgeous George, Madusa, & Miss Madness) pinned Brian Adams (w/ Vincent) at 5:36 with the flying elbowsmash as Savage's entourage prevented Vincent from interfering with a steel chair; after the match, Horace attempted to come to Adams' aid but was hit with Savage's flying elbowsmash, with Horace, Vincent, and referee Johnny Boone then whipped with a belt
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Fit Finlay via submission at 5:25 with a keylock after hitting the bulldog of the top
Perry Saturn defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Chrisn Kanyon via disqualification at 13:23 when WCW Tag Team Champion Diamond Dallas Page interfered and hit Saturn with a clothesline off the top; after the bout, Chris Benoit attempted to make the save but was double teamed as fans threw trash into the ring; referee Randy Anderson then restarted the bout as a tag team match
Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Chris Kanyon to win the titles at 3:24 when Benoit pinned Kanyon with the headbutt off the top; during the bout, Dean Malenko came to ringside until Arn Anderson convinced him to return backstage

WCW @ Buffalo, NY - Marine Midland Arena - June 11, 1999 (10,034)
Illio DePaolo Memorial IV:
Jim Duggan defeated the Barbarian
Johnny Swinger defeated Evan Karagias
La Parka, Psychosis, & Damian defeated Silver King, Villano IV & V
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Randy Savage defeated Ric Flair
Sting defeated Diamond Dallas Page

Great American Bash 99 - Baltimore, MD - Arena - June 13, 1999 (11,672)
Pay-per-view bouts - included Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; featured an opening backstage segment in which Master P and his entourage arrived to the arena, wtih Curt Hennig welcoming Master P and asking for an autograph; after Master P autographed a CD, Hennig crushed it; featured a backstage segment with Roddy Piper and Buff Bagwell in which Bagwell thanked Piper for the opportunity he gave him by "giving him the ball" and letting him face Disco Inferno later in the show; included DJ Ran warming up the live crowd throughout the program:
Hak (w/ Chastity) pinned Brian Knobbs (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 5:40 by hitting him over the head with the Singapore cane after Knobbs ran into Hart holding a steel chair on the ring apron; prior to the bout, Knobbs cut an in-ring promo saying it was his wife's birthday and his present to her was beating Hak; after the match, Hugh Morrus appeared and held Hak so Knobbs could hit him with the chair, then the two hit a spike piledriver before Morrus hit a moonsault onto Hak, laying underneath a ladder; Knobbs then came off the middle turnbuckle ramming a trash can into the ladder
Van Hammer pinned Mikey Whipreck with a cobra clutch slam at 8:34
Buff Bagwell pinned Disco Inferno with the Buff Blockbuster at 10:32
Konnan & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Curt Hennig & Bobby Duncum Jr. at 10:44 when Mysterio pinned Duncum with a springboard legdrop into the ring after Swoll, sitting ringside with Master P and his entourage, jumped the rail and hit a shoulderblock on Duncum moments after Barry Windham came ringside and attacked Konnan on the floor; after Master P and his group were ejected from ringside, Hennig, Duncum, and Windham laid out Konnan and Mysterio (the debut of the "Rap is Crap" theme song)
Ernest Miller (w/ Sonny Onoo) pinned Horace Hogan (sub. for Scott Norton) at 5:09 with a side kick after putting on one of his red dancing shoes; prior to the bout, Horace appeared instead of Norton and said he would beat Miller as payback for Miller hitting him the previous week on Nitro which lead to the match; the commentary team expected to see Norton but no explanation was made as to why he wasn't there; after the bout, Miller put on his robe and danced until Horace ran him out of the ring
Ric Flair (w/ Arn Anderson & Aysa) defeated Roddy Piper via disqualification at 8:14 when Buff Bagwell attacked Anderson on the floor, as Anderson gave Flair added leverage with the figure-4, and then attacked Flair inside the ring; moments later, as Bagwell had Flair trapped in the corner, Piper attacked Bagwell with Piper, Flair, and Anderson triple teaming Bagwell, Anderson hitting the spinebuster, and Piper repeatedly whipping Bagwell with a strap; Flair's role as WCW President was at stake in the match
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner pinned Sting in a non-title falls count anywhere match at 11:41; the falls count anywhere stipulation was not announced until the ring introductions; the final moments of the match saw the two men fight their way backstage, past the WCW.com table where Chris Jericho was doing guest commentary, until Sting was attacked by Tank Abbott and had three attack dogs unleashed on him by WCW US Champion Scott Steiner; as two of the dogs bit Sting, the camera quickly cut away to a dozen security guards running to make the save; the camera then cut back to the arena where, moments later, the Steiners dragged referee Mickey Jay out to the ring, who then called for the bell after Rick had allegedly pinned Sting backstage but the dog attack was too graphic for the cameras to pick up on and the finish was not captured on film; the Steiners then cut an in-ring promo with Rick finishing by saying "And who's the shittiest town in America? Baltimore."
Diamond Dallas Page & Kanyon (w/ Bam Bam Bigelow) defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn to win the titles at 19:12 when Kanyon pinned Benoit following a Diamond Cutter / Greetings from Asbury Park double team behind the referee's back, as the referee was distracted by Dean Malenko helping Saturn up on the floor; after the bout, DDP dropped Malenko, who came ringside during the closing moments of the match, with the Diamond Cutter inside the ring
WCW World Champion Kevin Nash defeated Randy Savage (w/ Madusa, Gorgeous George, & Ms. Madness) via disqualification at 7:27 when, after hitting the powerbomb on Savage and fighting off his women, Nash was laid out by Sid Vicious, who kicked Nash in the face and dropped him with the powerbomb; during the opening moments, it was officially announced that Savage's top rope elbowsmash was no longer banned; after the bout, Sid, Savage, and the women left ringside together (Vicious' surprise return after a 6-year absence)

WCW @ Washington DC - MCI Center - June 14, 1999
Monday Nitro - featured an opening in-ring performance by the Nitro Girls; featured Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan on commentary for the first hour; included still photos from the WCW World Champion Kevin Nash vs. Randy Savage match the previous night at the Great American Bash, as well as the surprise return of Sid Vicious; fatured footage of Savage, Vicious, Madusa, Miss Madness, & Gorgeous George arriving to the arena in a Hummer; included DJ Ran addressing the crowd; featured still photos of Master P's appearance at the Bash and he and his men getting involved during the Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Curt Hennig & Bobby Duncum Jr. match:
Curt Hennig & Barry Windham (w/ Bobby Duncum Jr.) defeated Brian Adams & Vincent (the debut of the "Rap is Crap" theme song, though it was instrumental aside from the "I hate rap" line)
Billy Kidman defeated Hugh Morrus
Ernest Miller defeated Scott Norton
Van Hammer defeated Disco Inferno
Fit Finlay defeated Brian Knobbs
Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, Buff Bagwell, & Perry Saturn defeated Ric Flair, Roddy Piper, WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Kanyon
Hak fought WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner to a no contest
Konnan & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated La Parka & Psychosis
WCW World Champion Kevin Nash fought Sid Vicious to a no contest (Vicious' return match after a 6-year absence)

WCW @ ? - June 1999
Thunder - 6/17/99:
Curt Hennig & Bobby Duncum Jr. defeated the Texas Hangmen
Disco Inferno pinned Scotty Riggs
Evan Karagias pinned Prince Iaukea
Hugh Morrus & Brian Knobbs defeated La Parka & Silver King
Booker T pinned the Barbarian

WCW @ New Orleans, LA - Superdome - June 21, 1999
Monday Nitro:
Billy Kidman fought Psychosis to a no contest
Meng defeated Lenny Lane
Eddie Guerrero pinned Juventud Guerrera with the frog splash at around the 10-minute mark (Guerrero's in-ring return after a 6-month absence) (The Very Best of Nitro)
Ernest Miller defeated Prince Iaukea
Booker T defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Kanyon via disqualification
Roddy Piper & Ric Flair fought Buff Bagwell to a no contest in a handicap match
Ric Flair & Roddy Piper defeated Buff Bagwell & Dean Malenko
WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow fought Konnan & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. to a no contest
Sting fought Randy Savage to a no contest

WCW @ Lake Charles, LA - Civic Center - June 22, 1999
Television taping

WCW @ Alexandria, LA - Rapides Coliseum - June 23, 1999
Hugh Morrus defeated Lash Laroux
Kenny Kaos defeated Villano V
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated La Parka & El Dandy
Perry Saturn defeated Horace Hogan
Buff Bagwell defeated Disco Inferno
Konnan & Jim Duggan defeated Ciclope & Damian
Booker T defeated Diamond Dallas Page

WCW @ Lafayette, LA - Cajundome - June 24, 1999
Thunder taping:
6/24/99 - featured Mike Tenay & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; included an in-ring promo from WCW World Champion Kevin Nash on Randy Savage and Sid Vicious, with Nash then agreeing to team with Sting to face them at Bash at the Beach, but admitting he didn't trust Sting; featured Gene Okerlund conducting an in-ring interview with Ric Flair, with Asya, who said he wanted the WCW World Title off Nash, signed Savage & Vicious vs. Buff Bagwell & Dean Malenko for later in the show, and promised a surprise for Nash on Nitro; included an in-ring promo by Savage & Vicious, with Gorgeous George, Madusa, and Miss Madness, in which Savage claimed none of his people drove the Hummer that struck the limo Nash was in, then implying the driver could have been Scott Hall or Sting; featured a backstage segment in which Flair, with David Flair, Arn Anderson, and Asya, attempted to intimidate Evan Karagias into laying down to let David beat him to improve his 6-0 record, with Flair promising Karagias's career would benefit from it:
Eddie Guerrero pinned Psychosis at around the 12-minute mark after avoiding a splash off the top and hitting the frog splash to the back (Viva La Raza: The Legacy of Eddie Guerrero)
Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn defeated Fit Finlay & Dave Taylor when Benoit pinned Taylor with the headbutt off the top after Saturn hit the Death Valley Driver; after the match, Steve Regal came out and stepped between Finlay and Taylor
Curt Hennig (w/ Bobby Duncum Jr.) defeated Lenny Lane (w/ Lodi) when Lodi threw in the towel as Hennig dominated the match; after the bout, Hennig put Lodi in the Hennig Plex
David Flair (w/ Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, & Asya) defeated Evan Karagias via submission with the figure-4 after using a stun gun, handed to him by Anderson; during the match, Karagias ignored Anderson's orders to let David beat him
Van Hammer fought Hugh Morrus (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a no contest in a hardcore match when Ric Flair came out, stopped the match, and declared no more hardcore matches would take place in WCW; after the match, Hammer hit hart and Morris with a table and put Morrus through it
Buff Bagwell & Dean Malenko defeated Randy Savage & Sid Vicious (w/ Gorgeous George, Madusa, & Miss Madness) via disqualification when referee Mickey Jay called for the bell after Savage punched referee Nick Patrick; late in the match, Malenko put an interfering Miss Madness in the Texas Cloverleaf; after the contest, Jay sustained a spike piledriver and Vicious's powerbomb
7/1/99 - featured Mike Tenay & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; included the announcement that Bret Hart would be appearing on Nitro and the band Megadeth would perform their song "Crush 'Em;" included an ad for a Bam Bam Bigelow T-shirt; featured a backstage segment with Randy Savage calling WCW World Champion Kevin Nash and demanding Gorgeous George be returned to him, with Nash shown getting a massage from someone off camera and instructing Savage to be at a street pay phone at a specific time to find her; included the West Texas Rednecks' "I Hate Rap" music video; featured Savage shown arriving at the pay phone and Nash giving him further directions to find him several blocks away; included a segment showing Savage & Sid Vicious brawling with Nash on the street, with Nash in control until he was assaulted by a fake Sting, with Vicious then bringing a woman he believed to be the kidnapped Gorgeous George from Nash's limo and into Savage's Hummer; featured Savage discovering that Torrie Wilson, and not Gorgeous George, had been taken from Nash's limo as the show ended:
Perry Saturn defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Diamond Dallas Page (w/ WCW Tag Team Champion Chris Kanyon) via disqualification after Kanyon pulled referee Billy Silverman out of the ring as Saturn had Page covered after Chris Benoit interfered and hit the headbutt off the top, moments after Kanyon interfered and dropped Saturn face-first onto his title belt; after the bout, WCW Tag Team Champion Bam Bam Bigelow aided Page in hitting the double-team Diamond Cutter to Benoit, with Kanyon then hitting Saturn with the Flatliner
BA (Brad Armstrong) & Swoll (w/ Konnan & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr.) defeated Disorderly Conduct when Swoll pinned Tough Tom with a palm strike to the chest
Eddie Guerrero pinned La Parka with the frog splash
Curt Hennig, Bobby Duncum Jr, Barry & Kendall Windham defeated Silver King, El Dandy, Damian, & Villano V when Kendall pinned Damian with a bulldog
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. (w/ Konnan, BA, & Swoll) pinned Blitzkrieg with a huracanrana as the challenger sat on the top rope
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner pinned Buff Bagwell with an elbow drop after David Flair came ringside and used a taser on Bagwell as the challenger prepared to hit the Blockbuster

WCW @ Auburn Hills, MI - Palace - June 25, 1999
Prince Iaukea defeated Scotty Riggs
La Parka & Psychosis defeated Silver King & El Dandy
Perry Saturn defeated Kanyon
Hak defeated Johnny Grunge in a hardcore match
Buff Bagwell defeated Chris Jericho
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Curt Hennig & Bobby Duncum Jr.
Buff Bagwell fought Randy Savage to a no contest
Sting defeated Diamond Dallas Page

WCW Saturday Night - 6/26/99 - 1-hour edition; hosted by Mike Tenay & Scott Hudson; included an ad for the Bam Bam Bigelow "Beast from the East" T-shirt; featured Gene Okerlund promoting Hotline stories on the WCW return of Bret Hart, Bill Goldberg, and a former title holder; included a promo for Bash at the Beach:
Van Hammer pinned Dave Burkhead at 3:04 with the cobra clutch slam
The Barbarian (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Al Greene via submission at 4:00 with an armbar after a boot to the face
Kenny Kaos pinned La Parka at 3:32 with a springboard clothesline
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr (w/ BA) defeated Barry Windham (w/ Kendall Windham) via disqualification at 3:05 when Kendall tripped Rey and attacked him; moments later, Curt Hennig & Bobby Duncum Jr. came out and ganged up on Mysterio & BA until Konnan, Chase Tatum, and Swoll made the save
Curt Hennig & Bobby Duncum Jr defeated Bobby Blaze & Lenny Lane at 5:38 when Hennig pinned Blaze with the fisherman suplex, moments after Lodi came ringside, pulled Lane out of the ring, and walked him to the back

WCW @ Ft. Wayne, IN - Allen County War Memorial - June 26, 1999
Psychosis & La Parka defeated Silver King & El Dandy
Scotty Riggs defeated Prince Iaukea
Buff Bagwell defeated Chris Jericho
Perry Saturn defeated Kanyon
Hak defeated Brian Knobbs
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Curt Hennig & Bobby Duncum Jr.
Sting defeated Diamond Dallas Page

WCW @ Milwaukee, WI - Arena - June 27, 1999
Prince Iaukea defeated Scotty Riggs
La Parka & Psychosis defeated Silver King & El Dandy
Perry Saturn defeated Kanyon
Brian Knobbs defeated Hak in a hardcore match
Buff Bagwell defeated Chris Jericho
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Curt Hennig & Bobby Duncum Jr.
Sting defeated Diamond Dallas Page and Bam Bam Bigelow

WCW @ Chicago, IL - United Center - June 28, 1999 (16,210; 12,330 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Perry Saturn & Chris Benoit defeated Fit Finlay & David Taylor
Eddie Guerrero defeated Lenny Lane
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Hak
Barry Windham, Kendall Windham, Curt Hennig & Bobby Duncum Jr. defeated Brian Adams, Vincent, Horace Hogan & Stevie Ray
Ernest Miller fought Disco Inferno to a no contest
WCW World Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Kanyon defeated Dean Malenko & Buff Bagwell
Sid Vicious defeated Scott Putski
WCW World Champion Kevin Nash defeated David Flair via disqualification in a lumberjack match; Arn Anderson was the guest referee for the bout

WCW @ Shreveport, LA - Hirsch Coliseum - July 2, 1999 (6,000)
Prince Iaukea defeated Kaz Hayashi
Ernest Miller defeated Chris Adams
Brian Knobbs defeated Hak in a hardcore match
Booker T defeated Kanyon
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated Horace & Brian Adams
Sting defeated Sid Vicious

WCW Saturday Night - 7/3/99 - 2-hour edition; hosted by Mike Tenay, Dusty Rhodes, & Scott Hudson; included an ad for the Bam Bam Bigelow "Beast from the East" T-shirt; featured Gene Okerlund promoting Hotline stories on Hulk Hogan, Bill Goldberg, Lodi & Lenny Lane; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Disco Inferno on his match with Ernest Miller at Bash at the Beach, where the loser can never dance again, with Inferno not taking it seriously; featured the West Texas Rednecks' "Rap is Crap" music video; included Okerlund interviewing Lenny Lane & Lodi, who stated they had a lot in common, were supportive of each other, and were like soulmates:
Jim Duggan pinned Silver King at 2:56 with the Old Glory kneedrop
Billy Kidman pinned Adrian Byrd at 3:38 with the Shooting Star Press
Fit Finlay pinned Ciclope at 3:56 with the tombstone
Brian Knobbs (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Barry Darsow at 2:57 with a splash off the middle rope
Evan Karagias pinned Lash LeRoux at 5:32 with a corkscrew splash off the top
Chavo Guerrero Jr pinned Bobby Eaton at 5:38 with a tornado DDT
Hugh Morrus & Jerry Flynn (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Disorderly Conduct at 5:19 when Morrus pinned Tough Tom with the moonsault as Flynn applied the cross armbreaker to Mean Mike
Disco Inferno pinned Villano V at 4:54 with the Last Dance
Ernest Miller (w/ Sonny Onoo) pinned Scott Armstrong at 3:35 with a superkick wearing the red slipper as Onoo distracted the referee
Eddie Guerrero pinned Psychosis at 7:08 with the frog splash

WCW @ Monroe, LA - Civic Center - July 3, 1999
Kaz Hayashi defeated Prince Iaukea
Ernest Miller defeated Chris Adams
Booker T defeated Horace Hogan
Brian Knobbs defeated Hak
Jim Duggan defeated Brian Adams
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Bam Bam Bigelow & Kanyon in a non-title match
Sting defeated Sid Vicious

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Georgia Dome - July 5, 1999 (25,338; 19,456 paid)
Last show at the venue
Monday Nitro:
Juventud Guerrera fought Chavo Guerrero Jr. to a no contest
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Vampiro
Jerry Flynn defeated Ernest Miller via disqualification in a kickboxing contest
Van Hammer defeated Lodi
Konnan & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Lord Steven Regal & Fit Finlay via disqualification
WCW US Champion David Flair defeated Buff Bagwell
Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page, Kanyon, & Bam Bam Bigelow
WCW World Champion Kevin Nash defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification

WCW @ Columbus, GA - Civic Center - July 6, 1999
Television taping:
Lord Steven Regal defeated Adrian Byrd
Hugh Morrus defeated an unknown
Ernest Miller defeated Jim Duggan via disqualification
The Disciple defeated Bobby Blaze
Scott & Steve Armstrong defeated Disorderly Conduct
Kaz Hayashi & Evan Karagias defeated Lenny Lane & Lodi
Booker T defeated Horace
Brian Knobbs defeated Dave Burkhead
Eddie Guerrero defeated Blitzkrieg
Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn defeated Psychosis, Juventud Guerrera, & Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Dave Taylor defeated Jerry Flynn via disqualification
El Dandy defeated Villano V
Johnny Swinger defeated Ciclope
The Barbarian defeated Barry Horowitz
Billy Kidman defeated Prince Iaukea
Brad Armstrong defeated Chip Minton
Erik Watts defeated the Gambler
La Parka defeated an unknown
Barry Darsow defeated Silver King
Kenny Kaos defeated Lash Laroux
Konnan & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Barry & Kendall Windham
Vampiro defeated Psychosis
Ernest Miller defeated Lash Laroux
Dark match after the taping: Buff Bagwell defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner in a non-title match

WCW @ Montgomery, AL - Civic Center - July 7, 1999
Jerry Flynn defeated Lord Steven Regal
Psychosis & La Parka defeated Silver King & El Dandy
Jim Duggan defeated Brian Adams
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Eddie Guerrero & Chris Jericho when Kidman pinned Jericho; prior to the bout, Jericho cut a promo saying if he was pinned in the match then he would quit WCW (Jericho's last appearance)
Konnan defeated Curt Hennig
Buff Bagwell defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner in a non-title match
Booker T defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Diamond Dallas Page

WCW @ Birmingham, AL - Jefferson County Civic Center - July 8, 1999
Thunder - 7/8/99:
Lenny Lane pinned Eddie Guerrero
Van Hammer pinned Al Greene
Fit Finlay fought Brian Knobbs to a no contest
Disco Inferno fought Billy Kidman to a no contest
Kanyon pinned Chris Benoit
Curt Hennig pinned Konnan
Thunder - 7/14/99:
Vampiro pinned Van Hammer with a roll up
Rick Fuller pinned Sick Boy after throwing him off the top
BA, Swoll, & Big Chase defeated Fit Finlay, Steven Regal, & Dave Taylor when Swoll pinned Taylor with a chop to the chest
WCW US Champion David Flair (w/ Ric Flair & Asya) defeated Bobby Eaton via submission with the figure-4 after both Flair and Arn Anderson interfered and Asya hit a low blow on Eaton
Billy Kidman pinned Mikey Whipwreck with the Shooting Star Press
WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ WCW Tag Team Champion Kanyon) fought Curt Hennig & Barry Windham (w/ Bobby Duncum Jr. & Kendall Windham) to a double disqualification when all the wrestlers began brawling

WCW @ Macon, GA - Coliseum - July 9, 1999
Kenny Kaos fought Chip Minton to a draw
Dave Taylor defeated Erik Watts
Prince Iaukea defeated Fit Finlay
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Bam Bam Bigelow & Kanyon via disqualification
Buff Bagwell defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner in a non-title match
WCW World Champion Kevin Nash defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Diamond Dallas Page

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

WCW @ Jacksonville, FL - Coliseum - July 12, 1999 (7,945; 6,861 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Konnan defeated Vampiro via disqualification
Ric Flair defeated Dean Malenko
Billy Kidman defeated Lord Steven Regal
Sid Vicious defeated Kenny Kaos
Sting fought WCW US Champion David Flair to a no contest
Booker T defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Diamond Dallas Page via disqualification
Hulk Hogan pinned WCW World Champion Randy Savage to win the title (The Very Best of Nitro Vol. 2)

WCW @ Rockford, IL - Metrocentre - July 19, 1999 (7,558; 6,836 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Fit Finlay defeated Jerry Flynn via disqualification
Norman Smiley defeated Lodi
Sting defeated Ric Flair
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Horace
Eddie Guerrero defeated Psychosis
Stevie Ray defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Kanyon
Billy Kidman defeated Randy Savage via disqualification
Konnan defeated Vampiro via disqualification
Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn defeated Curt Hennig & Barry Windham via disqualification; after the bout, Dean Malenko came out to make the save but was beaten down as well by Hennig, Windham, Kendall Windham, & Bobby Duncum Jr.; moments later, Shane Douglas ran out and helped clear the ring, prompting a small chant of "ECW;" moments later, Douglas took the mic and said the crowd knew how tough Benoit, Malenko, and Saturn were and they were down being held back and they would end the cancer that was running WCW (Douglas's surprise return after a 6-year absence)
WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification

WCW @ Madison, WI - Dane County Expo Center - July 20, 1999 (4,464; 1,655 paid)
Television taping:
Ernest Miller defeated Lash Laroux
Scotty Riggs defeated Scott Putski
The Disciple defeated the Gambler
Vampiro defeated Psychosis
Mikey Whipwreck defeated Villano V
Eddie Guerrero defeated Adrian Byrd
Jerry Flynn & Hugh Morrus defeated Disorderly Conduct
Van Hammer defeated Mike Enos
Prince Iaukea defeated Evan Karagias
Disco Inferno defeated Bobby Eaton
Curt Hennig defeated Al Greene
Brian Knobbs defeated Fit Finlay via disqualification
Billy Kidman defeated Juventud Guerrera
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Brad Armstrong defeated Kendall Windham & Bobby Duncum Jr.
Johnny Attitude defeated Barry Horowitz
Jim Duggan defeated Barry Darsow

WCW @ Peoria, IL - Civic Center - July 21, 1999 (1,830)
Vampiro defeated Prince Iaukea
La Parka & Psychosis defeated Silver King & Villano V
Jim Duggan defeated Fit Finlay (w/ Steven Regal)
Disco Inferno defeated Dave Taylor with the Last Dance
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Eddie Guerrero & Chris Jericho when Kidman pinned Jericho; prior to the bout, Jericho said if he lost the match he would quit WCW (Jericho's last appearance)
Perry Saturn (sub. for Konnan) pinned Curt Hennig with a small package
Sting defeated Ric Flair via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock

WCW @ Moline, IL - Mark of the Quad - July 22, 1999 (6,754; 3,560 paid)
Thunder taping:
7/22/99:
Van Hammer pinned Kaz Hayashi
Ms. Madness pinned Brandi Alexander
Curt Hennig pinned Chase Tatum
Eddie Guerrero & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera & Psychosis
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner pinned Sick Boy
Sid Vicious defeated Lenny Lane & Lodi in a handicap match
Ric Flair pinned Dean Malenko
7/28/99:
Ernest Miller pinned Barry Darsow
Buff Bagwell pinned Erik Watts
Booker T defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via disqualification
Ric Flair, Diamond Dallas Page, & Kanyon defeated Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn

WCW @ Nashville, TN - Municipal Auditorium - July 23, 1999 (4,273)
Hugh Morrus defeated Scotty Riggs
Ernest Miller defeated Prince Iaukea
Billy Kidman defeated Blitzkrieg
Fit Finlay defeated Brian Knobbs in a hardcore match
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated Kaz Hayashi & Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Buff Bagwell defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner in a non-title match
Bill Goldberg defeated Diamond Dallas Page
Sting defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Little Rock, AR - Barton Coliseum - July 24, 1999 (7,358)

WCW @ Jackson, MS - Mississippi Coliseum - July 25, 1999 (6,234)
Fit Finlay fought Brian Knobbs to a no contest when Finlay sustained a severe cut to his leg
Ernest Miller defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Prince Iaukea defeated Blitzkrieg
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Buff Bagwell defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner in a non-title match
Bill Goldberg defeated Diamond Dallas Page
Sting defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Memphis, TN - Mid-South Coliseum - July 26, 1999 (7,201)
Monday Nitro:
Bobby Duncum Jr. & Kendall Windham defeated Juventud Guerrera & Psychosis
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Vampiro via disqualification in a non-title match
Stevie Ray defeated Vincent
Prince Iaukea fought Lash Laroux to a no contest
Evan Karagias defeated Ernest Miller
Lord Steven Regal defeated Mikey Whipwreck
Bill Goldberg defeated Curt Hennig via disqualification
Madusa defeated Patty Stone Grinder
Shane Douglas defeated Scott Putski
WCW US Champion David Flair defeated Chris Benoit
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Chase Tatum
Kevin Nash & Sid Vicious defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan & Sting

WCW @ Flint, MI - IMA Sports Arena - July 30, 1999 (3,833)
Vampiro defeated Lash Laroux
Jerry Flynn defeated Dave Taylor
The Barbarian defeated Vampiro
Disco Inferno defeated Vincent
Perry Saturn defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Kanyon
Curt Hennig defeated Jim Duggan
Sting & Booker T defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow in a non-title match

WCW @ Grand Rapids, MI - Van Andel Arena - July 31, 1999 (4,203)
Vampiro defeated Chris Adams
The Barbarian defeated Lash Laroux
Jerry Flynn defeated Dave Taylor
Disco Inferno defeated Vincent
Curt Hennig defeated Jim Duggan
Perry Saturn defeated Kanyon
Sting & Booker T defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow in a non-title match
Buff Bagwell defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner in a non-title match
Kevin Nash defeated Randy Savage

WCW @ Battle Creek, MI - Kellogg Arena - August 1, 1999
Vampiro defeated Chris Adams
The Barbarian defeated Lash Laroux
Jerry Flynn defeated Dave Taylor
Disco Inferno defeated Vincent
Perry Saturn defeated Kanyon
Jim Duggan defeated Curt Hennig via disqualification
Sting & Booker T defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow in a non-title match

WCW @ Sioux Falls, SD - Arena - August 2, 1999
Monday Nitro:
Harlem Heat defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Bam Bam Bigelow & Kanyon in a non-title match
Ernest Miller defeated Lenny Lane
Disco Inferno defeated Evan Karagias
Shane Douglas & Dean Malenko defeated Hugh Morrus & Jerry Flynn
Perry Saturn defeated Curt Hennig via disqualification
Chris Benoit defeated Diamond Dallas Page
Vampiro defeated Eddie Guerrero
Sid Vicious & WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Sting & Bill Goldberg via disqualification

WCW @ Mankato, MN - Midwest Wireless Civic Center - August 3, 1999
WCW Saturday Night

WCW @ Cedar Rapids, IA - Five Seasons Center - August 4, 1999
La Parka & Ciclope defeated Silver King & Lizmark Jr.
Vampiro defeated Lord Steven Regal
Perry Saturn defeated Scotty Riggs
Jim Duggan defeated Disco Inferno
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Buff Bagwell defeated WCW US Champion David Flair in a non-title match
Booker T defeated Sid Vicious

WCW @ Lacrosse, WI - Center - August 5, 1999
Thunder taping:
8/5/99:
Chris Adams fought Prince Iaukea to a no contest
Buff Bagwell pinned Scotty Riggs
Billy Kidman pinned Eddie Guerrero
Brad Armstrong & Swoll defeated Lenny Lane & Lodi
Booker T defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Bam Bam Bigelow via disqualification
WCW Tag Team Champion Diamond Dallas Page pinned Chris Benoit
Bill Goldberg pinned Rocco Rock
8/12/99:
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner pinned Spyder
Sid Vicious defeated Disorderly Conduct in a handicap match
Shane Douglas & Dean Malenko defeated Barry Windham & Bobby Duncum Jr.
Evan Karagias defeated Randy Savage via disqualification

WCW @ El Paso, TX - Don Haskins Center - August 6, 1999
Juventud Guerrera & Silver King defeated Psychosis & Villano V
Disco Inferno defeated Vincent
Perry Saturn defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Brian Knobbs defeated La Parka in a hardcore match
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Barry Windham & Bobby Duncum Jr.
Eddie Guerrero & Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Sting defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Diamond Dallas Page

WCW @ Tucson, AZ - Convention Center - August 7, 1999
Eddie Guerrero, Chavo Guerrero Jr., & Juventud Guerrera defeated Silver King, Psychosis, & Villano V
Disco Inferno defeated Vincent
Brian Knobbs defeated La Parka in a hardcore match
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Barry Windham & Bobby Duncum Jr. (w/ Curt Hennig)
Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow in a non-title match
Sting defeated Sid Vicious via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock

WCW @ Phoenix, AZ - America West Arena - August 8, 1999
Norman Smiley, Silver King, & Juventud Guerrera defeated Psychosis, Villano V, & Spyder
Disco Inferno defeated Vincent
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Barry Windham & Bobby Duncum Jr.
Brian Knobbs defeated La Parka
WCW Tag Team Champion Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Perry Saturn
Eddie & Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Harlem Heat defeated Kevin Nash & Sid Vicious via count-out
Sting defeated Diamond Dallas Page

WCW @ Boise, ID - Idaho Center - August 9, 1999
Monday Nitro:
Vampiro & the Insane Clown Posse defeated Norman Smiley, Prince Iaukea, & Lash LaRoux
Curt Hennig & Barry Windham defeated Public Enemy
Mona pinned Little Jeanie with a modified surfboard into a roll up at 4:36; after the bout, Brandi Alexander attempted to attack Mona but she quickly sent Alexander to the floor
Chris Beniot pinned WCW US Champion David Flair (w/ Torrie Wilson & Asya) to win the title with the diving headbutt at 4:01; prior to the match, referee Nick Patrick came out and sent referee Charles Robinson, who came out to officiate the bout, backstage; during the early moments of the contest, Flair attempted to get himself counted-out, only for Shane Douglas, Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn to come out and throw him back into the ring; Douglas, Malenko, & Saturn remained ringside for the rest of the match; during the closing of the match, WCW Tag Team Champion Chris Kanyon ran out but was blocked in the aisle by Douglas, Malenko, & Saturn, with WCW Tag Team Champion Diamond Dallas Page then attacking Benoit in the ring until he was chased off; after the contest, the Revolution celebrated in the ring as Page & Kanyon watched from the aisle; Benoit then took the mic and challenged Page to a No DQ match at Road Wild for the title; Flair didn't land one offensive move in the bout
Eddie Guerrero & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Dave Taylor & Chris Adams
Billy Kidman defeated Disco Inferno via disqualification
Buff Bagwell defeated Scott Norton via disqualification
Kanyon defeated Booker T
WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, Bill Goldberg, & Sting defeated Kevin Nash, Sid Vicious, & WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner at 8:08 when referee Scott Dickenson ran out, took over officiating duties after the initial referee was knocked out, and stopped the match as Sting had Nash in the Scorpion Deathlock, moments after Hogan hit Sid and Nash with a steel chair (Hogan's return to the red and yellow outfit and return of his "American Made" theme music after three years) (The Very Best of Nitro)

Road Wild 99 - Sturgis, SD - Sturgis Rally & Race - August 14, 1999 (5,500)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; included a segment where Chad Damiani of WCW.com held a drawing for a free customized American Ironhorse motorcycle, with the motorcycle being awarded to Darnell Potter of Cleveland, Ohio:
Eddie Guerrero, WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr., & Billy Kidman defeated Vampiro & the Insane Clown Posse (w/ Raven) at 12:21 when Kidman pinned Shaggy 2 Dope with the Shooting Star Press (Raven's last appearance)
Harlem Heat defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Kanyon & Bam Bam Bigelow to win the titles at 13:09 when Stevie Ray pinned Bigelow after Bigelow collided with an interfering Diamond Dallas Page on the ring apron and then sustained a missile dropkick from Booker T
Perry Saturn, Shane Douglas, & Dean Malenko defeated Curt Hennig, Barry Windham, & Bobby Duncum Jr. (w/ Kendall Windham) at 10:56 when Saturn pinned Duncum with the Death Valley Driver
Buff Bagwell pinned Ernest Miller (w/ Sonny Onoo) at 7:22 with a roll up after Miller accidentally ran into Onoo holding up a briefcase on the ring apron; after the bout, Miller and Onoo attacked Bagwell
WCW US Champion Chris Benoit pinned Diamond Dallas Page in a No DQ match at 12:14 with the diving headbutt after the interference of Bam Bam Bigelow and Kanyon backfired; during the bout, Perry Saturn, Shane Douglas, & Dean Malenko were shown watching on backstage; after the match, all three came out to congratulate Benoit
Sid Vicious pinned Sting at 10:40 by catching Sting as he attempted a Stinger Splash in the corner and hitting a chokeslam after Sting hit two consecutive splashes and attempted a third
Bill Goldberg pinned Rick Steiner at 5:38 with the spear and Jackhammer
Randy Savage pinned Dennis Rodman at 11:29 after hitting Rodman with a chain after Gorgeous George, who came out late in the contest, gave Rodman a low blow; in a pre-match confrontation in the ring, Rodman said "shit" on the mic but it wasn't mentioned by the commentary team
WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Kevin Nash in a career vs. career match at 12:17 with the boot to the face and legdrop after sustaining Nash's powerbomb; due to pre-match stipulations, Nash was forced to retire

WCW @ Salt Lake City, UT - August 15, 1999 (4,668)
Prince Iaukea defeated Kaz Hayashi
Billy Kidman defeated Vampiro
Hugh Morrus & the Barbarian defeated Lord Steven Regal & Dave Taylor
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Disco Inferno
WCW Tag Team Champion Booker T defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner via disqualification when Sid Vicious interfered; after the bout, Sting made the save
Sting & WCW Tag Team Champion Booker T defeated Sid Vicious & WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner in an impromptu match
Bill Goldberg defeated Diamond Dallas Page

WCW @ Colorado Springs, CO - World Arena - August 16, 1999 (7,218; 6,167 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Juventud Guerrera fought Lash LaRoux to a no contest
Lord Steven Regal fought Scotty Riggs to a no contest
Ernest Miller defeated Mike Enos
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. fought Lash LaRoux to a no contest
The Insane Clown Posse defeated Public Enemy
Billy Kidman pinned Diamond Dallas Page with a reversal out of the Diamond Cutter at 3:22; prior to the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an in-ring interview with Kidman, noting he was recently an issue of discussion on the "John Boy & Billy" radio show; Kidman then discussed his parntership with Eddie Guerrero, Konnan, and Rey Mysterio Jr., noting they "were a bunch of filthy animals;" Kidman then spoke highly of Kimberly Page, noting DDP was a huge help to him and he meant no disrespect; moments later, DDP entered the ring and eventually slapped Kidman; Page then assaulted Kidman before calling for a referee to come out and get a match going; after the contest, Page dropped the referee and Kidman with the Diamond Cutter before tying Kidman upside down in the corner and whipping him with the referee's belt; moments later, Kimberly came out to calm Page down and take him backstage (The Very Best of Nitro)
WCW US Champion Billy Kidman defeated Disco Inferno
Bill Goldberg pinned Barry Windham (w/ Curt Hennig, Kendall Windham, & Bobby Duncum Jr.) at around the 30-second mark with the Jackhammer after fighting off an interfering Kendall and Duncum
WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat defeated Scott Norton, Horace, & Vincent in a handicap match
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Brian Knobbs
Perry Saturn defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan fought Sid Vicious to a no contest

WCW @ Casper, WY - August 17, 1999 (2,001)
WCW Saturday Night taping

WCW @ Amarillo, TX - Civic Center - August 18, 1999 (5,254)
Juventud Guerrera, Psychosis, & Norman Smiley defeated La Parka, Silver King, & Villano V
Jim Duggan defeated Dave Taylor
Dean Malenko fought Billy Kidman to a draw
Disco Inferno defeated Vincent
Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn defeated Public Enemy
Booker T defeated Scott Norton
Buff Bagwell defeated David Flair

WCW @ Lubbock, TX - Municipal Coliseum - August 19, 1999 (6,928; 6,359 paid)
Thunder taping:
8/19/99:
Psychosis fought Silver King to a no contest
Shane Douglas pinned Al Greene
Steve Regal, Dave Taylor, & Chris Adams fought Bobby Blaze, Dave Burkhead, & Adrian Byrd to a no contest
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Lenny Lane pinned Rey Mysterio Jr.
WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat defeated Scott Norton & Horace
Perry Saturn defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner via disqualification
8/26/99:
Sid Vicious defeated Public Enemy in a handicap match
Eddie Guerrero, WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr., & Billy Kidman defeated Bobby Duncum Jr., Barry & Kendall Windham
Ernest Miller pinned Prince Iaukea
Harlem Heat defeated Brian Knobbs & Hugh Morrus
Shane Douglas & Dean Malenko defeated Disorderly Conduct
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Sid Vicious & WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated WCW US Champion Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn

WCW @ San Francisco, CA - Cow Palace - August 20, 1999 (5,605)
Ernest Miller defeated Chris Adams
Brian Knobbs & the Barbarian defeated Disorderly Conduct
Buff Bagwell defeated David Flair
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr., Eddie Guerrero & Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Bobby Duncum Jr., Barry & Kendall Windham
Bill Goldberg defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner in a non-title match
Sting defeated Sid Vicious
Bret Hart fought WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan to a no contest

WCW @ Reno, NV - August 21, 1999 (5,754)

WCW @ Inglewood, CA - Great Western Forum - August 22, 1999 (10,460; 6,818 paid)

WCW @ Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena - August 23, 1999 (8,940)
Monday Nitro:
Chase Tatum fought Mikey Whipwreck to a no contest
Buff Bagwell defeated Ernest Miller
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Lenny Lane fought Juventud Guerrera to a no contest
Brian Knobbs, the Barbarian, & Hugh Morrus defeated Shane Douglas, Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated the Insane Clown Posse
WCW US Champion Chris Benoit fought WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner to a no contest
Barry & Kendall Windham (w/ Curt Hennig & Bobby Duncum Jr.) defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat to win the titles at 4:32 when Kendall pinned Booker after Hennig hit Booker in the head with a cowbell behind the referee's back
Vampiro defeated Eddie Guerrero
WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan fought Sting to a no contest

WCW @ Long Island, NY - Nassau Coliseum - August 30, 1999 (10,605; 8,210 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Lord Steven Regal & Dave Taylor fought Disorderly Conduct to a no contest
Scotty Riggs defeated Lash Laroux
Kaz Hayashi defeated Lodi
Eddie Guerrero & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated La Parka & Blitzkrieg
WCW Tag Team Champions Barry & Kendall Windham defeated Kenny Kaos & Prince Iaukea
Buff Bagwell defeated Van Hammer
Evan Karagias defeated Mike Enos
Shane Douglas & Dean Malenko fought Brian Knobbs & Hugh Morrus to a double count-out
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Disco Inferno
WCW US Champion Chris Benoit defeated Jerry Flynn via disqualification
WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan & Bill Goldberg defeated Diamond Dallas Page, Kanyon, & Bam Bam Bigelow in a handicap match at 5:09 when Hogan pinned Bigelow with the legdrop as Page dropped Goldberg with the Diamond Cutter, moments after hitting him with a steel chair

WCW @ Binghamton, NY - August 31, 1999 (2,639)
WCW Saturday Night taping

WCW @ Port Huron, MI - McMorran Place - September 1, 1999 (1,769)
Prince Iaukea defeated Blitzkrieg
Scotty Riggs defeated Chris Adams
The Insane Clown Posse defeated Brian Knobbs & Hugh Morrus via disqualification
Buff Bagwell defeated Ernest Miller
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Disco Inferno
Perry Saturn defeated Eddie Guerrero
Harlem Heat defeated Bam Bam Bigelow & Diamond Dallas Page

WCW @ Saginaw, MI - Wendler Arena - September 2, 1999 (4,653; 3,520 paid)
Thunder taping:
9/2/99:
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Al Greene
Shane Douglas pinned Dave Taylor
Kaz Hayashi pinned El Dandy
Billy Kidman defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Lenny Lane via disqualification
Harlem Heat defeated Disorderly Conduct
Scotty Riggs pinned Prince Iaukea
Bill Goldberg pinned Ernest Miller
Perry Saturn defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification
9/9/99:
Buff Bagwell pinned Meng
Van Hammer pinned Blitzkrieg
Chris Benoit, Shane Douglas, & Perry Saturn defeated Lord Steven Regal, Dave Taylor, & Chris Adams
Kaz Hayashi pinned Lodi
Sid Vicious defeated Bobby Blaze & Adrian Byrd in a handicap match
Booker T defeated Barry Windham via disqualification
Dean Malenko defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner via disqualification
Bill Goldberg pinned Bam Bam Bigelow

WCW @ Pensacola, FL - September 3, 1999 (4,482)

WCW @ Tallahassee, FL - Leon County Civic Center - September 4, 1999 (2,654)
Kid Romeo defeated Triple A
Hardbody Harrison defeated Chuck Palumbo
Prince Iaukea & Blitzkrieg defeated Lenny Lane & Lodi
Disco Inferno defeated Vincent
Perry Saturn defeated Eddie Guerrero
Harlem Heat defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow
Bret Hart fought WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan to a no contest

WCW @ Albany, GA - Civic Center - September 5, 1999 (3,272(
Chuck Palumbo defeated Hardbody Harrison
Triple A defeated Kid Romeo
Prince Iaukea & Blitzkrieg defeated Chris Adams & Lash LeRoux
The Insane Clown Posse defeated Lenny Lane & Lodi
Disco Inferno defeated Vincent
Perry Saturn defeated Eddie Guerrero
Harlem Heat defeated Bam Bam Bigelow & Diamond Dallas Page
Bill Goldberg defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner in a non-title match

WCW @ Miami, FL - Arena - September 6, 1999 (8,623; 3,190 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Lodi defeated Evan Karagias
Barry Horowitz fought Al Greene to a no contest
WCW US Champion Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko co-won a battle royal; other participants included: Hugh Morrus, Curt Hennig, Perry Saturn, Jerry Flynn, Brian Knobbs, Shane Douglas, the Barbarian, Kendall Windham, Barry Windham, and Vincent
Prince Iaukea defeated Johnny Swinger
Buff Bagwell defeated Lord Steven Regal
Eddie Guerrero, Chavo Guerrero Jr., & Billy Kidman defeated Juventud Guerrera, Blitzkrieg, & Psychosis
Shane Douglas defeated Kendall Windham
Barry Windham defeated Jerry Flynn
Perry Saturn defeated Hugh Morrus
WCW US Champion Chris Benoit fought Dean Malenko to a no contest; stipulations stated the winner would earn a WCW World Title shot
WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan & Bill Goldberg defeated Sid Vicious, Diamond Dallas Page, & WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner in a handicap steel cage match

- 9/8/99: Former WCW referee Mark Curtis (Brian Hildebrand) died of cancer at the age of 37.

- 9/9/99: Eric Bischoff was fired as WCW Executive Vice-President for a combination of bad business deals, falling ratings, house show attendances, and pay-per-view buyrates. Despite being fired from that position, Bischoff still had several years left on a Time Warner contract.

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - September 10, 1999 (6,413; 3,190 paid)
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Kaz Hayashi
Mona defeated Brandi Alexander
Billy Kidman defeated Juventud Guerrera
Shane Douglas & Dean Malenko defeated Steve Regal & Dave Taylor
WCW US Champion Chris Benoit defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
WCW Tag Team Champions Barry & Kendall Windham defeated Billy Kidman & Konnan
Bill Goldberg defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification

- 9/11/99: Brian Hilebrand's funeral was held in Mooristown, TN. Among those who attended were Chris Jericho, Dean Malenko, Mick Foley, Les Thatcher, KC O'Connor, Hugh Morrus, Eddie Guerrero, Terry Taylor, Jimmy Del Ray, Johnny Grunge, Ted Allen, Chris Benoit, Woman, Perry Saturn, Al Snow, Tim Horner, Tony Anthony & Kim Anthony, Shark Boy, Beau James, Dave Penzer, Nick Patrick, Charles Robinson, Scott Dickenson, Ron West, Mac McMurphy, and independent promoter Terry Landel.

Fall Brawl 99 - Winston-Salem, NC - Lawrence Joel Coliseum - September 12, 1999 (7,491; 3,347 paid; 4,144 freebies, many of which didn't show)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary:
Rey Mysterio Jr., Billy Kidman, & Eddie Guerrero defeated Vampiro & the Insane Clown Posse at 14:15 when Kidman pinned Vampiro with the Shooting Star Press following a missile dropkick from Guerrero; during the bout, Mysterio appeared to suffer a knee injury; after the contest, Kidman, Guerrero, and the trainer helped Mysterio backstage
Lenny Lane pinned Kaz Hayashi
Hugh Morrus & Brian Knobbs defeated Dean Malenko & Shane Douglas in a No DQ match; Douglas suffered a slightly torn bicep during the match
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner pinned Perry Saturn
Berlyn pinned Jim Duggan (sub. for Buff Bagwell)
Harlem Heat defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Barry & Kendall Windham to win the titles
Sid Vicious pinned WCW US Champion Chris Benoit to win the title with the powerbomb at 11:50 after avoiding the diving headbutt; Vicious' undefeated streak: 80-0
Bill Goldberg pinned Diamond Dallas Page (Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection)
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan to win the title at 13:56 with the Scorpion Death Lock after Sting repeatedly hit Hogan with a baseball bat brought ringside by Lex Luger; following Hogan's entrance, the two men shook hands; prior to the bout, Bret Hart appeared and briefly met with both men about wanting a title shot against the winner; late in the bout, Hogan hit the boot to the face and legdrop on the challenger but Diamond Dallas Page appeared, knocked down referee Nick Patrick, hit the Diamond Cutter on Hogan and then Patrick; moments later, Hart returned to clear Page from ringside; Hogan then cleared WCW US Champion Sid Vicious from the ring; Luger then appeared with the baseball bat, with Hogan cornering him until Sting came up from behind with the bat and assaulted Hogan before throwing the bat to Luger; after the contest, Sting and Luger left ringside together

WCW @ Chapel Hill, NC - Dean Smith Center - September 13, 1999 (5,571; 4,409 paid)
Monday Nitro - included a segment where WCW World Champion Sting & Lex Luger interrupted Ric Flair; moments later, Luger put Flair in the Torture Rack and Sting put him in the Scorpion Death Lock until Hulk Hogan and Bret Hart made the save, with Hogan & Hart issuing a challenge to Sting & Luger for later in the show; featured Jerry Lynn coming out for a match, with Bill Goldberg then appearing and cutting an in-ring promo on Sid Vicious; Lynn then attacked Golberg but was laid out; a Rey Mysterio Jr. / Juventud Guerrera mach was scheduled for the taping but dropped because the Flair / Sting / Luger segment ran long:
Chris Benoit pinned Dean Malenko at 8:04 with a cradle immediately after Malenko hit a superplex; after the match, the two hugged
Disco Inferno pinned Erik Watts at 3:10 with the Chart Buster (Stunner); after the bout, Sid Vicious attacked both men, hit the chokeslam on Disco, hit the powerbomb on Watts, and pinned Watts; following an in-ring promo by Sid, Sid hit the powerbomb on Disco
Silver King fought Norman Smiley to a no contest at 1:56 when Sid Vicious attacked both men, hit the powerbomb on Smiley, hit the chokeslam on King, and pinned both
Barry & Kendall Windham (w/ Curt Hennig) defeated Steve Regal & Dave Taylor at 4:13 when Regal was pinned after Hennig hit him with a cowbell
WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat defeated Hugh Morrus & Brian Knobbs via disqualification at 7:53 when Barry & Kendall Windham interfered; after the bout, the champions cleared the ring
The Insane Clown Posse defeated Lenny Lane & Lodi at 3:21 when Shaggy pinned Lane after Lodi accidentally hit a crossbody on his partner
Chris Benoit defeated WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner to win the title
Perry Saturn pinned Eddie Guerrero at 9:17 with a cradle
Berlyn defeated Buff Bagwell at 5:11
WCW World Champion Sting & Lex Luger defeated Hulk Hogan & Bret Hart at 9:58 when Sting pinned Hart after Luger hit Hart in the face with a baseball bat

WCW @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - September 14, 1999 (1,161)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
The taping was to be a Thunder taping for the 9/14/99 episode, which ended up being a recap show due to inclement weather
9/25/99 - featured Mike Tenay & Scott Hudson on commentary; included the debut of Madusa as an in-ring interviewer:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Lenny (w/ Lodi) defeated El Dandy
Alan Funk defeated Kid Romeo
Jim Duggan defeated Bobby Eaton
Erik Watts defeated Lord Steven Regal (w/ Dave Taylor) via disqualification when Taylor interfered; after the match, Jim Duggan made the save and challenged Regal & Taylor to a tag team match
Disco Inferno defeated Spyder
Scotty Riggs defeated Norman Smiley
WCW TV Champion Chris Benoit defeated Lash LaRoux via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 2:01; after the bout, Shane Douglas, Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn joined Benoit in the ring, with Douglas taking the mic, being bleeped by censors, and saying the revolution was coming; Benoit then said there were people running around calling themselves the excellence of execution, the Total Package, and the bad guys, but the Revolution take action in the ring and not with words
Mona defeated Little Jeannie
Brad, Scott, & Steve Armstrong defeated Hugh Morrus, the Barbarian, & Jerry Flynn (w/ Jimmy Hart) when Brad pinned Barbarian

WCW @ Greenville, SC - Bi-Lo Center - September 17, 1999 (3,078)
Hardbody Harrison defeated Triple A
Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Kaz Hayashi defeated two unknowns
Mona defeated Brandi Alexander
Dean Malenko defeated Lord Steven Regal
Billy Kidman defeated Juventud Guerrera
Chris Benoit defeated David Flair
Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Barry & Kendall Windham
Bill Goldberg defeated WCW US Champion Sid Vicious in a non-title match

WCW @ Louisville, KY - Broadbent Arena - September 18, 1999 (2,021)
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Kaz Hayashi
Mona defeated Brandi Alexander
Dean Malenko defeated Lord Steven Regal
Billy Kidman defeated Juventud Guerrera
WCW TV Champion Chris Benoit defeated the Barbarian
Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Barry & Kendall Windham
Bill Goldberg defeated WCW US Champion Sid Vicious in a non-title match

WCW @ Evansville, IN - Roberts Memorial Stadium - September 19, 1999 (2,683)
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Kaz Hayashi
Mona defeated Brandi Alexander
Billy Kidman defeated Juventud Guerrera
Dean Malenko defeated Lord Steven Regal
Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Barry & Kendall Windham
WCW TV Champion Chris Benoit defeated the Barbarian
Bill Goldberg defeated WCW US Champion Sid Vicious in a non-title match

WCW @ Cincinnati, OH - Firstar Center - September 20, 1999 (11,634; 5,227 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Juventud Guerrera & Psychosis defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman
Bill Goldberg defeated Brian Knobbs
WCW World Champion Sting defeated WCW TV Champion Chris Benoit
Berlyn defeated Scott Armstrong
Evan Karagias defeated Blitzkrieg
Perry Saturn defeated Eddie Guerrero
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Lenny Lane defeated Shaggy 2 Dope
Booker T defeated Kanyon
Ric Flair defeated Diamond Dallas Page via disqualification

WCW @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - September 23, 1999 (3,782)
Thunder - 9/23/99 - hosted by Mike Tenay & Larry Zbyszko; included Tenay conducting an interview with WCW Tag Team Champion Booker T, who stated Stevie Ray was on his way to hospital after a backstage attack by WCW US Champion Sid Vicious and Rick Steiner, with Booker then challenging Vicious to a match; featured an in-ring segment with Vicious, along with referee Charles Robinson, holding a "99-0" sign, claiming Booker T would stare death in the face later; included an ad for WCW Grip & Flip Wrestlers action figures; featured a vignette for Coach Buzz Stern & Luther Biggs training at the Power Plant, with Stern promising to bring Biggs to Thunder:
Billy Kidman pinned Lodi (w/ WCW Cruiserweight Champion Lenny Lane) at 6:45 with a modified BK Bomb after running Lodi into Lane; during the bout, Eddie Guerrero brawled with the interfering Lane at ringside, with Chavo Guerrero Jr. confronting Eddie and telling him to stick with his "new family" in the Filthy Animals
Brandi Alexander pinned Mona at 4:57 with her feet on the ropes after blocking a monkey flip
Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Perry Saturn at 6:16 after Eddie Guerrero interfered and dropkicked Saturn into Chavo, causing Chavo to then fall forward and headbutt Saturn in the groin
Van Hammer pinned Prince Iaukea at 4:58 with the Flashback; after the match, Hammer challenged the winner of the main event to face him on Nitro
Eddie Guerrero defeated Rick Steiner via disqualification at 3:47 when WCW US Champion Sid Vicious interfered and dropped Guerrero with a chokeslam off the top rope; Billy Kidman attempted to make the save but sustained Vicious's powerbomb
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Lenny Lane (w/ Lodi) pinned Evan Karagias at 8:38 with Memory Lane after catapulting Karagias into Lodi
WCW US Champion Sid Vicious (w/ Rick Steiner & Charles Robinson) pinned WCW Tag Team Champion Booker T at 4:28 with the powerbomb after Steiner & Robinson interfered and took out referee Nick Patrick, who replaced Robinson as the official prior to the match

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Philips Arena - September 27, 1999 (11,919; 6,244 paid)
Monday Nitro:
WCW TV Champion Chris Benoit defeated Ernest Miller
Buff Bagwell defeated Vampiro
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Dean Malenko
Bill Goldberg defeated Hugh Morrus
Berlyn defeated Evan Karagias
WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat defeated Barry & Kendall Windham
Rick Steiner defeated Van Hammer
Konnan fought Perry Saturn to a no contest
Billy Kidman defeated Psychosis; stipulations stated Kidman would have his hair cut if he lost and Psychosis would have to unmask if he lost
Bret Hart & Ric Flair defeated WCW World Champion Sting, Lex Luger, & Diamond Dallas Page via disqualification in a handicap match

WCW @ Rome, GA - Forum - September 28, 1999 (1,373)
Television taping

WCW @ Huntsville, AL - Von Braun Civic Center - September 29, 1999 (1,694)
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Konnan
Prince Iaukea defeated Blitzkrieg
Brian Knobbs & Hugh Morrus defeated Lenny Lane & Lodi
Eddie Guerrero defeated Perry Saturn
Buff Bagwell defeated Berlyn via disqualification
WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat defeated Kendall Windham & Curly Bill

WCW @ Chattanooga, TN - UTC Arena - September 30, 1999 (2,411)
Thunder taping:
9/30/99:
Juventud Guerrera, La Parka, & Psychosis defeated Silver King, Villano IV & V
Norman Smiley defeated Adrian Byrd
Mona pinned Brandi Alexander
Dean Roll fought Frankie Lancaster to a no contest
Brian Knobbs & Hugh Morrus defeated Lord Steven Regal & Dave Taylor
Bobby Eaton defeated Luther Biggs
Brad Armstrong pinned Horace Hogan
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Kendall Windham & Curly Bill
Bill Goldberg pinned Scott Norton
10/7/99 - featured Larry Zbyszko & Mike Tenay on commentary:
Dean Malenko defeated Blitzkrieg via submission with the Texas Cloverleaf
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Disco Inferno pinned Evan Karagias
Brad Armstrong pinned Chris Adams
WCW TV Champion Chris Benoit pinned Brian Knobbs
Lash LaRoux pinned Silver King
Dale Torborg pinned the Maestro
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Disorderly Conduct
WCW US Champion Sid Vicious pinned Stevie Ray

WCW @ Wichita, KS - Kansas Coliseum - October 1, 1999 (4,093)
Hector Garza & Silver King defeated Villano IV & V
Prince Iaukea defeated Evan Karagias
Perry Saturn defeated Jerry Flynn via disqualification
Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn defeated Jerry Flynn, Hugh Morrus, & Brian Knobbs
Buff Bagwell defeated Berlyn via disqualification
WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat defeated Kendall Windham & Curly Bill
Bill Goldberg defeated WCW US Champion Sid Vicious via disqualification

WCW @ Tulsa, OK - Convention Center - October 2, 1999 (7,406)
Silver King & El Dandy defeated Villano IV & V
Prince Iaukea defeated Evan Karagias
Perry Saturn defeated Jerry Flynn via disqualification
Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn defeated Jerry Flynn, Hugh Morrus, & Brian Knobbs
Buff Bagwell defeated Berlyn via disqualification
WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat defeated Kendall Windham & Curly Bill
Bill Goldberg defeated WCW US Champion Sid Vicious via disqualification

WCW @ Oklahoma City, OK - Myriad - October 3, 1999 (6,701)
Prince Iaukea defeated Evan Karagias
Silver King & El Dandy defeated Villano IV & V
Perry Saturn defeated Jerry Flynn via disqualification
Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn defeated Brian Knobbs, Jerry Flynn, & Hugh Morrus
Buff Bagwell defeated Berlyn via disqualification
WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat defeated Kendall Windham & Curly Bill
Bill Goldberg defeated WCW US Champion Sid Vicious via disqualification

WCW @ Kansas City, MO - Kemper Arena - October 4, 1999 (6,942; 5,724 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Dean Malenko defeated Rey Mysterio Jr.
Disco Inferno defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Psychosis to win the title
WCW US Champion Sid Vicious defeated Brian Adams
Bill Goldberg defeated Jerry Flynn
Curt Hennig defeated Brad Armstrong
Juventud Guerrera defeated Billy Kidman
Bret Hart defeated WCW TV Champion Chris Benoit via submission with the Sharpshooter in a non-title match at around the 32-minute mark; Harley Race was the guest ring announcer for the contest; both men dedicated the match to the memory of Owen Hart, who died in the same arena less than 5 months earlier; prior to the match beginning, Benoit came to the ring wearing a shirt featuring Owen; after the bout, Hart and Benoit embraced out of respect and left the ring together (Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story, The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, Was, and Ever Will Be)
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Buff Bagwell
Hulk Hogan & Ric Flair defeated WCW World Champion Sting & Lex Luger

WCW @ Biloxi, MS - Mississippi Coast Coliseum - October 11, 1999 (9,000; 5,388 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Perry Saturn defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. via disqualification
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Disco Inferno defeated Kaz Hayashi
Meng defeated Konnan
Bill Goldberg defeated Horace Hogan
Brian Knobbs defeated Stevie Ray in a streetfight
Brad Armstrong defeated La Parka
Berlyn defeated Norman Smiley
Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman
US Champion Sid Vicious defeated Van Hammer
Ric Flair pinned Curt Hennig (w/ Curly Bill) at around the 9-minute mark with a roll up and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage after David Flair came out and pulled Curly Bill off the apron as Bill added extra leverage to a Hennig pin attempt (Legends of Wrestling Collection, Legends of Wrestling: Ric Flair and Sgt. Slaughter)
Chris Benoit & Bret Hart defeated Rick Steiner & Lex Luger via disqualification

WCW @ Thibodaux, LA - Civic Center - October 12, 1999 (1,081)
TV taping:
WCW Saturday Night - 10/23/99 - featured Scott Hudson & Larry Zbyszko on commentary:
Rey Mysterio Jr. (w/ Konnan & Billy Kidman) pinned Blitzkrieg with a huricanrana off the top at 7:15

WCW @ Baton Rouge, LA - Riverside Centroplex - October 14, 1999 (4,941; 2,529 paid)
Thunder taping:
10/14/99:
Jim Duggan defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Lash Laroux defeated Al Greene
Hugh Morrus & Brian Knobbs defeated Scott & Steve Armstrong
Brian Adams defeated Horace Hogan
Berlyn defeated Prince Iaukea
Meng defeated Luther Biggs
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Perry Saturn via disqualification
Lex Luger & Rick Steiner fought Buff Bagwell & La Parka to a no contest
10/21/99:
Norman Smiley defeated the Maestro
Horace Hogan pinned MVP
Lash Laroux pinned Curly Bill
Harlem Heat fought Lord Steven Regal & David Taylor to a no contest
Brad Armstrong pinned Kendall Windham
Juventud Guerrera & Silver King defeated Blitzkrieg & Kaz Hayashi at 13:01
Rick Steiner pinned La Parka
Lex Luger defeated Buff Bagwell

WCW @ Philadelphia, PA - First Union Center - October 18, 1999 (7,413)
Monday Nitro:
Juventud Guerrera fought Evan Karagias to a no contest
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Disco Inferno defeated Vampiro
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Konnan defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat to win the titles at 4:21 when Mysterio hit a sitting senton onto Stevie Ray, with Konnan also helping to hold Stevie down behind the referee's back during the cover; prior to the bout, Konnan cut an in-ring promo; during the closing moments of the match, Eddie Guerrero and Billy Kidman fought with Booker T on the floor; Mysterio appeared to suffer a legit injury toward the end of the match; after the match, Mysterio and Konnan celebrated with Guerrero, Kidman, and Torrie Wilson in the aisle
Meng defeated Hugh Morrus
Berlyn defeated Rick Steiner
Billy Kidman defeated David Flair
Mona defeated Madusa in an evening gown match
WCW World Champion Sting defeated Bret Hart after Lex Luger interfered and hit Hart in the leg with his baseball bat as Elizabeth distracted the referee on the ring apron
La Parka defeated Buff Bagwell
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Perry Saturn & Eddie Guerrero
Norman Smiley defeated Horace Hogan in a hardcore match
Bill Goldberg defeated Lex Luger

WCW @ Oakland, CA - Coliseum - October 22, 1999 (3,697)
Billy Kidman defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Meng defeated Hugh Morrus
WCW Tag Team Champion Konnan defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Disco Inferno in a non-title match
Perry Saturn defeated Eddie Guerrero
Buff Bagwell defeated Berlyn via disqualification
WCW US Champion Sid Vicious defeated Booker T
Ric Flair & Bret Hart defeated WCW World Champion Sting & Lex Luger in a steel cage match

Halloween Havoc 99 - Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena - October 24, 1999 (8,464)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included an opening announcement Rey Mysterio Jr. was injured and unable to compete, he and Konnan had been stripped of the WCW Tag Team Titles, and a 3-team streetfight match would be held later in the night to fill the title vacancy between Harlem Heat, Konnan & Billy Kidman, & Brian Knobbs & Hugh Morrus; featured footage from before the show of WCW TV Champion Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko arriving to the arena and being confronted by Perry Saturn, with Malenko and Benoit telling him they were done with the Revolution; included Mike Tenay interviewing Harlem Heat backstage on their tag team title shot later in the show; featured Ric Flair, with a crowbar, arriving to the arena with his son David; included an in-ring promo by Diamond Dallas Page & Kimberly about Ric Flair's spanking of Kimberly and Page's match with Flair later in the night, with Page then making it a leather strap match; featured Bill Goldberg arriving to the arena and looking for WCW US Champion Sid Vicious; included Tenay interviewing Eddie Guerrero, with Billy Kidman and Torrie Wilson, about his match against Perry Saturn later in the night, with Tenay announcing both the Revolution and Filthy Animals were banned from ringside; during the segment, Guerrero was seen in possession of Flair's Rolex watch; featured a backstage segment in which Goldberg was pulled off Vicious by security after beating him bloody, with Vicious then calling for him to come back; included an in-ring promo by Buff Bagwell regarding "the two new writers from up north" and Jeff Jarrett, with Bagwell then challenging Jarrett to come out and face him; moments later, the two brawled around ringside until Lex Luger appeared, grabbed Jarrett's guitar, and attempted to hit Jarrett with it but instead hit Bagwell when Jarrett moved; the blow didn't break the guitar, Luger shattered it against the turnbuckle pad in frustration as Jarrett escaped backstage; featured Tenay trying to interview a bloody Vicious backstage until Vicious scared him off; included a backstage segment where Guerrero, still suffering from Flair's attack, called the Filthy Animals to return from the hospital; featured Tenay interviewing Flair backstage about him taking back his Rolex and his legacy and cut a promo on both the Filthy Animals and DDP; included Tenay interviewing Bret Hart backstage about the severely injured ankle he sustained Monday at the hands of Luger as well as his match against Luger later in the night; featured Tenay interviewing Goldberg backstage about his match with Vicious later in the show; included Madusa appearing in a bikini with the new WCW cologne in which she walked ringside, grabbed the mic, said she didn't enjoy having to parade the cologne around for the new "superpowers" from New York, and said it was "bullshit" before dumping the cologne on Heenan; featured an in-ring promo by WCW World Champion Sting in which he said he came to Las Vegas for a fight and issued an open challenge for later in the night:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Disco Inferno pinned Lash Laroux at 7:35 with an inverted atomic drop and the Last Dance jawbreaker; after the bout, Laroux attacked the champion and hit a modified death valley driver onto the title belt
Harlem Heat defeated Konnan & Billy Kidman and Brian Knobbs & Hugh Morrus (w/ Jimmy Hart) in a streetfight at 5:18; Heat won at 5:02 when Booker pinned Knobbs after hitting him with a prop mummy but the bell came seconds later when the second referee counted Kidman's pinfall on Morrus inside the ring, off camera; after some discussion, Heat were given the win for getting the pin first; due to pre-match stipulations, Harlem Heat won the vacant WCW Tag Team Titles; the bout was scheduled as Knobbs & Morrus vs. Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr. for the titles but was changed after Mysterio suffered an injury and was unable to wrestle; despite not being recognized as champions, Konnan & Kidman wore the title belts to the ring before the match; Konnan appeared to suffer a legit shoulder injury late in the match; after the bout, Mysterio and Torrie Wilson appeared at the entranceway as Konnan was being helped
Eddie Guerrero defeated Perry Saturn via disqualification at 11:12 when Ric Flair came out as both men were knocked down and began beating Guerrero with a crowbar, then fighting off Billy Kidman as Kidman attempted to make the save; after the bout, Flair kissed Torrie Wilson, who appeared with Kidman, with Torrie seemingly liking it as Flair walked backstage; moments later, Flair returned ringside and reclaimed his stolen Rolex Guerrero left at the announce table
Brad Armstrong pinned Berlyn (w/ his bodyguard) at 4:23 after holding onto the rope to block Berlyn's hangman's neckbreaker; after the bout, the bodyguard attacked Armstrong, with Berlyn then doing the same
Rick Steiner pinned WCW TV Champion Chris Benoit to win the title at 12:49 after Dean Malenko came out as both men were down, grabbed a steel chair which had been used moments earlier, and hit Benoit in the head with it; after the bout, Malenko hugged Perry Saturn in the aisle and the two left ringside together
Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) defeated Bret Hart via submission at 7:47 with a half crab after working over Hart's injured left leg
WCW World Champion Sting pinned Hulk Hogan; prior to the "bout," the challenger's music played all the way through before Sting was brought out first instead; Hogan's music played a second time, with Hogan eventually coming out in street clothes, saying something to Sting and then laying down for Sting to pin him; as Sting was announced as the winner, the screen quickly went to a promo package for Goldberg / Vicious; the bell never rang to begin the match; the crowd heavily booed the segment and chanted "bullshit" as the next match prepared to start
Bill Goldberg defeated WCW US Champion Sid Vicious via referee's decision to win the title at 7:11 when the referee stopped the match when Sid, heavily bloodied, wasn't responsive; prior to the match, Goldberg was attacked in the aisle by Kevin Nash & Scott Hall; after the bout, WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner came out and helped Vicious backstage, with Sid eventually turning around and trying to go back for more but was held back by Steiner and the referee (Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection)
Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Kimberly) pinned Ric Flair in a strap match at 12:48 with the Diamond Cutter after wrapping the strap around Flair's neck; after the bout, Page dropped referee Charles Robinson with the Diamond Cutter, after Robinson attempted to protect Flair from losing; moments later, David Flair came out with a crowbar but suffered a low blow from Kimberly, who threw the weapon to Page to use on Ric; Page then hit a bloody Flair in the crotch with the crowbar and dropped David with two Diamond Cutters inside the ring; after DDP and Kimberly left ringside, medics, David, and Robinson, both crying, tended to Ric, who was placed in a neckbrace and taken backstage on a stretcher; moments later, as Ric was about to be placed in a waiting ambulance, the Filthy Animals appeared, roughed up Ric and David, and sped off with Ric in the back of an ambulance
WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg (mystery opponent) pinned WCW World Champion Sting to win the title at 3:09 with the spear and Jackhammer; the commentary team referred to the bout as non-title but Goldberg was awarded the belt afterwards and announced as the new champion; after Goldberg left ringside, Sting argued with referee Charles Robinson and dropped him with the Scorpion Death Drop (Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection)

WCW @ Phoenix, AZ - America West Arena - October 25, 1999 (9,630; 8,160 paid)
Monday Nitro - featured an opening backstage segment showing Sting searching for JJ Dillon and throwing things; included an in-ring promo by Sting in which he addressed Dillon and said he came out for a fight the previous night and nothing more; moments later, Dillon came out as Sting explained he "bailed the company out of a bad situation" and opted to face Bill Goldberg but he never said anything about it being a title match; Sting then called for his title to be returned, with Dillon agreeing that it wasn't a sanctioned match and Goldberg wasn't the champion, then adding Sting too wasn't the champion; Dillon then said Sting had been stripped of the title for attacking referee Charles Robinson and a 32-man tournament had been devised to determine the new champion; Dillon then said Sting had a spot in the tournament, with Sting attacking Dillon, hitting the Stinger Splash and putting Dillon in the Scorpion Deathlock until Goldberg ran out and fought with Sting in the ring; eventually, security pulled the two apart; featured footage from earlier in the night of Mike Graham finding Scott Hall & Kevin Nash backstage and telling them they were wrestling later in the night, with Nash laughing and saying he was retired; included an ad promoting WCW Electronic Thumb Wrestling; featured information on how fans could win a trip to the New Year's Evil Dec. 27 Nitro in Houston, TX; included Mike Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Norman Smiley about his match later in the show against Bam Bam Bigelow; featured Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Hall & Nash about their having to wrestle later in the show, saying it was "an obvious ratings ploy" by the powers that be, and the two saying they would have to wait until the top of the hour before they could comment; included an in-ring promo by Billy Kidman, Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Torrie Wilson in which Guerrero said they would stick together no matter how many times they were made to face each other, with Kidman then showing footage they shot after Halloween Havoc of the group leaving Ric Flair's body in the desert; Kidman then said Flair wasn't coming back and they were after WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat next; moments later, Dean Malenko and Perry Saturn ran out and attacked them with pipes as Torrie walked backwards up the aisle; Shane Douglas then appeared beside Torrie, with Asya grabbing Torrie and carrying her backstage; featured Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Curt Hennig in which Hennig said the powers that be told him that he was gone the first match he loses via pinfall, with Hennig saying his retirement would be his own decision; included a backstage segment showing Hall giving Nash coffee to get him ready for their match; featured a backstage segment showing the Filthy Animals searching for Wilson; included footage of Bret Hart arriving to the arena and Goldberg getting ready for their match later in the show; included an in-ring segment with Gene Okerlund with the Nitro Girls to discuss the search for a new Nitro Girl; Okerlund then introduced videos on finalists Lauren and Danielle before telling fans to vote on WCW.com; moments later, Jeff Jarrett came out with a guitar and ordered everyone out of the ring, then saying the tournament was "a big work" and he was the one that would win the world title tournament; Jarrett then addressed Lex Luger and said he should apologize to him unless he wanted to take "the next Lex Express out;" featured footage from after Havoc of Tenay conducting an interview with a bloody Sid Vicious about his never giving up in his match against Goldberg, with Vicious saying he would be back; the interview was in black and white because of Vicious's cut head; included a backstage segment in which Nash told Hall that if he could stop the show, they wouldn't have to wrestle; featured a backstage segment in which Douglas, Malenko, Saturn, & Asya were shown holding Torrie; moments later, Malenko went to leave only to be jumped by Chris Benoit, who locked the other Revolution members away; they could only watch as Benoit assaulted Malenko; featured an in-ring segment in which Hall & Nash came out, with Hall saying Phoenix was Nash's hometown and that the new bosses from up north couldn't have a show without them; moments later, Goldberg appeared in the crowd with a mic and said they would both be next; included an in-ring promo by Randy Savage, alongside Gorgeous George, in which he called Vince Russo and the others backstage vultures; Savage then issued a warning not to hunt what you can't kill, and said what happened to Hogan and Flair could not happen to him and he wasn't a "punk bitch" (bitch was censored); Savage said the yellow and red and Space Mountain were played out, noted his world title wins in the WWF and WCW, and said he was looking to pass the torch to someone who could go on and be even better than him; Savage then said this person would win world titles and break record ratings; featured a backstage segment in which the Filthy Animals found the Revolution's former hiding place but they were gone; included a backstage shot of Madusa preparing for her match in the world title tournament:
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Norman Smiley pinned Bam Bam Bigelow in a hardcore match at 1:25 after twice accidentally hitting Bigelow in the head as a trashcan was on Smiley's head; following the entrances, Bigelow took the mic and challenged Smiley to a hardcore match since Smiley was a scientific wrestler
Lash Leroux defeated Curt Hennig via disqualification at 2:23 when Hennig hit the referee; stipulations stated Hennig would be fired if he was pinned; WCW Cruiserweight Champion Disco Inferno provided guest commentary for the match; after the contest, Hennig hit LeRoux with a steel chair, cleared the referee from the ring, and then hit LeRoux again; Disco then tended to LeRoux, with Hennig hitting him as well
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Perry Saturn defeated Eddie Guerrero via KO with the Rings of Saturn at 3:40 after David Flair snuck ringside and hit Guerrero in the ribs with a crowbar; prior to the bout, Guerrero came out with Konnan, Billy Kidman, Rey Mysterio Jr., with Saturn taking the mic and telling them to go backstage or they would never see Torrie Wilson again; after the match, Konnan, Kidman, & Mysterio ran out, with Saturn escaping into the crowd
Chris Benoit defeated Dean Malenko in a last man standing match
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Billy Kidman defeated Konnan
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Sting pinned Brian Knobbs
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) via count-out after Jeff Jarrett came ringside
Konnan & Billy Kidman defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat to win the titles
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Meng defeated Madusa
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Bret Hart pinned WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg to win the title after Sid Vicious, Scott Hall, and Kevin Nash interfered and Vicious hit the powerbomb on Goldberg

WCW @ San Bernardino, CA - Coussoulis Arena - October 26, 1999 (1,894)
WCW Saturday Night taping

WCW @ San Diego, CA - Cox Arena - October 28, 1999 (5,091; 1,451 paid)
Thunder taping:
10/28/99:
Juventud Guerrera fought Evan Karagias to a no contest
The Maestro pinned Prince Iaukea
Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn defeated Silver King & El Dandy
Stevie Ray pinned Curly Bill
Eddie Guerrero, WCW Tag Team Champions Konnan & Billy Kidman defeated Lord Steven Regal, David Taylor, & Chris Adams
Lash Leroux pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Berlyn pinned Jerry Flynn
Buff Bagwell pinned Scotty Riggs
Chris Benoit fought Sid Vicious to a no contest
11/4/99 - hosted by Scott Hudson & Larry Zbyszko; included a backstage segment with Shane Douglas, Perry Saturn, Dean Malenko, & Asya discussing adding a new member to the Revolution; featured a backstage segment in which Mike Graham informed Sid Vicious of his match later against WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner, with Sid upset he had to face his friend; included a backstage segment in which the Filthy Animals greeted Doug Dillinger at a desk, with Konnan stealing his wallet; featured Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with Steiner on facing Sid in the main event, with Steiner stating he and Vicious would still be the only two left standing; included a promo for WCW Saturday Night; featured Okerlund conducting an interview with Curly Bill and Berlyn, along with the Wall, on their title match against WCW Tag Team Champions Billy Kidman & Konnan, with Berlyn acting disgusted by Bill; included an ad for the Rey Mysterio Jr. baseball jersey; featured Okerlund conducting an interview with La Parka, with subtitles appearing on the screen stating La Parka was obsessed with Skeletor; included Okerlund conducting an interview with the Filthy Animals who stated the Revolution would still need protection from them; featured Okerlund conducting an interview with Lash LeRoux on the mutual respect between he and Disco Inferno; included Okerlund conducting an interview with Van Hammer who claimed he would be the Revolution's next member by the end of the night; featured Okerlund conducting an interview with Chris Benoit on what condition he was in after Nitro; included a WCW Mastercard ad featuring Sting; featured a PPV promo for Mayhem:
Juventud Guerrera fought Evan Karagias to a no contest at 3:33 when Norman Smiley interrupted the match and addressed the crowd, stating he was the face of hardcore and would deliver a Hardcore Wiggle to everyone in WCW; moments later, Guerrera and Karagias attempted to attack Smiley but accidently dropkicked each other
Booker T (w/ Stevie Ray) pinned Kaz Hayashi at 3:19 with the missile dropkick
Eddie Guerrero (w/ Rey Mysterio Jr., Torrie Wilson, WCW Tag Team Champions Billy Kidman & Konnan) pinned Coach Buzz Stern (w/ Luther Biggs) at 2:20 with the frog splash after Kidman interfered and hit the sit-down spinebuster
Buff Bagwell pinned La Parka at 3:28 with the Blockbuster
WCW Tag Team Champions Billy Kidman & Konnan (w/ Eddie Guerrero, Rey Mysterio Jr., and Torrie Wilson) defeated Berlyn (w/ the Wall) & Curly Bill at 4:04 when Konnan forced Bill to submit to the Tequila Sunrise after Berlyn refused to tag back into the match
Lash Laroux pinned Silver King at 5:29 with the Whiplash
Dean Malenko (w/ Shane Douglas, Perry Saturn, & Asya) defeated Van Hammer via submission at 3:16 with the Texas Cloverleaf after Saturn & Asya crotched Hammer on the ring post; prior to the match, Hammer claimed he deserved to join the Revolution and they could invite him in or he would kick Malenko's "vertically-challenged ass"
Chavo Guerrero Jr. won an 8-man "Opportunity Knocks" battle royal at 6:01, last eliminating Steven Regal with a catapult over the ropes; other participants included Chris Adams, Jerry Flynn, Prince Iaukea, El Dandy, Scotty Riggs, and Dave Taylor; due to pre-match stipulations, Chavo earned a "golden opportunity" on Nitro, while the other 7 participants were said to be "on the bubble" for roster spots
Chris Benoit & WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Sid Vicious & Perry Saturn (w/ Asya) via disqualification at 4:13 when Dean Malenko interfered as Benoit had Saturn covered following the diving headbutt; moments later, Eddie Guerrero, Rey Mysterio Jr. WCW Tag Team Champions Konnan & Billy Kidman hit the ring to attack Malenko & Saturn; the match began with Vicious and Steiner trying to end the match with a "finger poke" pinfall, but Vicious turned on Steiner and dropped him with the powerbomb before walking out

WCW @ Minneapolis, MN - Target Center - November 1, 1999 (8,362; 6,632 paid)
Monday Nitro:
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Vampiro defeated Berlyn
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Lash Leroux defeated Ernest Miller
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Buff Bagwell defeated Stevie Ray via disqualification in a strap match
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Curt Hennig defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Disco Inferno via count-out
Norman Smiley defeated Meng & the Barbarian in a hardcore rules match
Eddie Guerrero defeated Perry Saturn in a pole match
Sting & Lex Luger defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Billy Kidman & Konnan via disqualification
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Jeff Jarrett defeated Booker T
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Madusa defeated Evan Karagias
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Chris Benoit defeated Dean Malenko in a steel cage match
WCW World Title Tournament Opening Round: Scott Hall defeated Sid Vicious

WCW @ Indianapolis, IN - Conseco Fieldhouse - November 8, 1999 (9,922; 8,134 paid)
Monday Nitro:
WCW World Title Tournament Second Round: WCW Tag Team Champion Billy Kidman defeated Norman Smiley in a hardcore match
WCW World Title Tournament Second Round: Chris Benoit defeated Madusa via disqualification
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Disco Inferno
Bill Goldberg defeated Sting
WCW World Title Tournament Second Round: Buff Bagwell defeated Vampiro
WCW World Title Tournament Second Round: WCW US Champion Bret Hart defeated Perry Saturn
Booker T defeated Creative Control via disqualification in a handicap streetfight
Dean Malenko & Asya defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Torrie Wilson
Sid Vicious fought Lex Luger to a no contest
Brian Knobbs defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via count-out in a hardcore match
WCW World Title Tournament Second Round: Scott Hall defeated Lash Laroux
WCW World Title Tournament Second Round: Jeff Jarrett defeated Curt Hennig via count-out
Scott Hall defeated WCW US Champion Bret Hart, Bill Goldberg, and Sid Vicious in a ladder match to win the title at around the 5-minute mark; Nash and Vicious began the bout, with Hart and Goldberg coming out moments later; it was revealed about a minute into the match that Kevin Nash was the guest referee for the contest as Nash brought out the ladder to be used in the match; at the 4-minute mark, WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner came out and hit Vicious with a bulldog off the top; moments later, Hart grabbed the title belt but Nash knocked him off and took possession of the title belt; Hall then climbed up the ladder and fell off after taking the belt from Nash; after the contest, Goldberg tended to Hart

WCW @ Champaign, IL - Assembly Hall - November 9, 1999 (4,261)
Television taping:
Norman Smiley defeated Al Greene
Lash Laroux defeated La Parka
Jerry Flynn defeated Lizmark Jr.
Devon Storm defeated Jamie Howell
Vampiro defeated Villano V
Rick Cornell defeated Allan Funk
Juventud Guerrera defeated Dave Burkhead
Meng defeated Adrian Byrd
Evan Karagias defeated Kaz Hayashi
Lord Steven Regal & Dave Taylor defeated the Texas Hangmen
Booker T defeated Scotty Riggs
Chuck Palumbo defeated GQ
Brian Knobbs & the Barbarian defeated Disorderly Conduct
Elix Skipper defeated Brian Hugger
Chris Benoit defeated Barry Darsow
Disco Inferno defeated Erik Watts
Kid Romeo defeated Jeremy Lopez
Prince Iaukea defeated Fidel Sierra
Berlyn defeated Johnny Attitude
Eddie Guerrero defeated Barry Horowitz
Curt Hennig defeated Chris Adams
Billy Kidman & Konnan defeated Silver King & El Dandy
Kendall Windham & Curly Bill defeated Scott & Steve Armstrong

WCW @ Ft. Wayne, IN - Allen County War Memorial - November 10, 1999 (3,283; 1,771 paid)
Thunder taping:
11/11/99:
Lash Laroux pinned Evan Karagias
Vampiro defeated Curly Bill via disqualification
La Parka & Silver King defeated Lizmark Jr. & Villano V
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Booker T via reverse decision
Curt Hennig defeated Dean Malenko
The Maestro pinned Brian Knobbs in a hardcore match
WCW Tag Team Champions Konnan & Billy Kidman defeated the Barbarian & Jerry Flynn
Lex Luger defeated Kaz Hayashi
Sid Vicious pinned Perry Saturn
11/18/99:
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Jerry Flynn in a hardcore match
Prince Iaukea pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Disco Inferno in a non-title match
The Maestro pinned Evan Karagias
La Parka & Kaz Hayashi defeated Silver King & El Dandy
Curt Hennig pinned Van Hammer
Lash Laroux pinned Kenny Kaos
The Barbarian pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Meng defeated Vampiro via disqualification
Chris Benoit defeated Buff Bagwell

WCW @ Little Rock, AR - Barton Coliseum - November 15, 1999 (10,435; 8,271 paid)
Monday Nitro - featured Mike Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Curt Hennig regarding his match later in the night against Bill Goldberg, with the stipulations being if he loses via pinfall then he's out of WCW and if he wins then he gets a new contract; included a backstage segment with Kimberly and Terry Taylor in which Kimberly went looking for the Powers that Be; featured backstage footage of Kevin Nash & Scott Hall, with Nash wearing a mask to look like Sid Vicious; included Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Spice of the Nitro Girls, seconded by two other Nitro Girls, earlier in the day regarding her scheduled match later in the show against AC Jazz and the fact Jazz wasn't in the arena and had left the group; moments later, Fyre and Tygress attacked the three; featured an in-ring promo by Hall & Nash, with Nash doing an impression of Vicious until Vicious appeared at the entranceway to respond; during the segment, Vicious accidentally said he had half the brain Nash did, with the commentary team subtly laughing; included Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Booker T regarding his handicap match later in the show against Creative Control, during which he named the mystery woman as Midnight; featured Kimberly going into the backstage office of the Powers that Be in which she was told she would be wrestling if she didn't want to be a Nitro Girl anymore and she would have a tune up match against Asya with a guest referee before her match at Mayhem against David Flair; after the Powers that Be sent Kimberly and Creative Control out, Nash appeared in the office; included a backstage segment where Jerry Flynn, the Barbarian, Brian Knobbs, and Jimmy Hart were shown arguing over Hart's loss earlier in the show; featured footage of Goldberg arriving to the arena; included an ad for WCW Mayhem: The Music, in stores the following day; featured a backstage segment where the Powers that Be spoke with El Dandy, Silver King, Juventud Guerrera, Psychosis, and a Villano, with Juventud Guerrera ventually showing up with a pinata and the Powers that Be saying they would have a pinata match later in the show with $10,000 in the pinata; included a backstage segment with Steve Williams and a man appearing to be Jim Ross arriving to the arena; featured a backstage segment where Creative Control were looking for Torrie; included Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Goldberg regarding his match later in the show against Hennig, during which he said it wasn't personal but he was going through Hennig; featured Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Nash regarding his retirement being waived and his match later in the show against Vicious, with Nash responding to comments made earlier in the show by Tony Schiavone in which Schiavone said Nash's retirement was a lame angle:
Norman Smiley pinned Jimmy Hart in a hardcore match at 4:47 after Hart fell through a table at ringside when Norman moved out of the way; Hart was dressed in a suit of armor for the match and brought with him a Dumpster of weapons; after the match, Brian Knobbs - who appeared ringside mid-way through the match and interfered on behalf of Hart - attacked Smiley in the ring
Creative Control defated Booker T in a handicap match at 2:57 when Booker was pinned following the H-Bomb; prior to the bout, Chavo Guerrero Jr. tried to sell Booker hair products backstage as Booker made his way out; during the match, it was announced Kevin Nash's retirement had been lifted by the Powers that Be and he would face Sid Vicious later in the show in a streetfight; after the match, the lights went out and a gong was heard; when they came back on, Midnight was in the ring and made the save clearing Creative Control from ringside; after the commercial break, the Powers that Be verbally berated Creative Control backstage, reminding them that he saved their careers and they were once known as Jacob & Eli Blu and DOA, and ordered them to bring him Torrie Wilson and the luchadores
Evan Karagias (w/ Madusa) pinned referee Johnny Boone at 2:49 after Madusa - who did guest commentary for the match - climbed in the ring, put Boone's head in her cleavage, causing him to go limp, and pulled his shirt over this head
Silver King, Juventud Guerrera, Psychosis, El Dandy, and a Villano fought to a no contest in a pinata match at 4:20 when Steve Williams laid out all the participants; early in the bout, Williams and a man appearing to be Jim Ross joined the commentary team, with the JR impersonator saying Juvi was once an offensive lineman at Tijuana State University; stipulations for the bout stated the winner would be the one to grab the pinata hung above the ring and get the $10,000 check inside; the pinata fell down 30 seconds into the match and the wrestlers spent the remainder of the match grabbing it, then climbing to the top rope to where it was hung; after the bout, Silver King grabbed the check as Williams assaulted the other wrestlers but was then assaulted himself and Williams took the check
Bill Goldberg defeated Curt Hennig via submission with a leglock at 2:36; prior to the match, Hennig jumped Goldberg as he made his way out to the ring, with the two fighting down the hallway and through the backstage area for several minutes before eventually appearing ringside; pre-match stipulations stated Hennig would have to retire if he was pinned but would receive a new contract if he won; Hennig quickly submitted so he wouldn't be pinned; after the match, Hennig punched out the referee but sustained the spear and Jackhammer
Berlyn & the Wall defeated Vampiro & the Misfits in a handicap match
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner fought Sid Vicious to a no contest
Jerry Flynn defeated the Barbarian
Kimberly fought Asya to a no contest; Torrie Wilson was the guest referee
WCW World Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Chris Benoit defeated WCW US Champion Scott Hall in a non-title match via submission with the Crippler Crossface
WCW World Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Bret Hart defeated Billy Kidman
WCW World Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Jeff Jarrett defeated Buff Bagwell
Konnan & Eddie Guerrero defeated Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn via disqualification
WCW World Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Sting defeated Lex Luger
Sid Vicious fought Kevin Nash to a no contest in a streetfight

- 11/16/99: WCW Mayhem: The Music was released.

WCW @ Cleveland, OH - CSU Convocation Center - November 19, 1999 (2,914)
Norman Smiley defeated Evan Karagias
Lash Laroux defeated Allan Funk
Dustin Runnels defeated Prince Iaukea
Vampiro defeated Berlyn
Meng & the Barbarian defeated Jerry Flynn & Brian Knobbs
Chris Benoit defeated Dean Malenko
Bret Hart defeated Ric Flair
Bill Goldberg defeated Lex Luger

Mayhem 99 - Toronto, Ontario - Air Canada Center - November 21, 1999 (13,839; 12,119 paid)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included Mike Tenay conducting a backstage interview with WCW Cruiserweight Champion Disco Inferno about his title defense later in the night, during which the audio briefly went out; moments later, Jeff Jarrett jumped Disco from behind until he was pulled away by Konnan and Jerry Only; featured footage of Bret Hart arriving to the arena; included a backstage segment in which the Powers that Be insulted Jarrett for blowing his shot at being WCW World Champion; featured Gene Okerlund interviewing Norman Smiley backstage about his WCW Hardcore Title match against Brian Knobbs later in the show; included Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Shane Douglas, Asya, Perry Saturn, and Dean Malenko regarding their match against the Filthy Animals later in the show; featured Okerlund interviewing Eddie Guerrero, WCW Tag Team Champions Billy Kidman & Konnan, & Torrie Wilson regarding their match against the Revolution later in the show; included a backstage segment with Disco and Tony Marinara in which Marinara said he was bringing his boys to Nitro since Disco lost his match and was still in debt; featured Jarrett and Creative Control walking backstage, Jarrett armed with a 2x4; included Jarrett and Creative Control attacking Buff Bagwell in his lockerroom; featured Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Sting regarding his match against Hart later in the show; included Okerlund interviewing Chris Benoit backstage on facing Hart in the finals of the WCW World Title Tournament later in the show, during which Benot mentioned the recent match he had with Bret in honor of Owen Hart; featured Tenay interviewing Lex Luger, with Elizabeth, backstage in which Luger said his neck was too injured to compete against Meng following an injury he took during the Sting / Hart match; included Tenay interviewing WCW US Champion Scott Hall backstage in which Tenay said WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner was too injured to compete, due to a powerbomb through the stage by Sid Vicious on Nitro, and Steiner had forfeitted the TV title to Hall; moments later, Hall said if anyone wanted a shot against him later in the show they were welcome to it; featured footage of Curt Hennig leaving the arena and saying goodbye to Norman Smiley and Konnan on the way out; included footage of Kimberly arriving to the arena; featured Okerlund interviewing Hart backstage about facing Benoit in the tournament finals, during which Luger walked by in the background yelling; included footage of David Flair backstage preparing for his match against Kimberly; featured Luger searcing backstage for Elizabeth; included Tenay interviewing Sid Vicious backstage regarding his I Quit match against Bill Goldberg later in the show; featured Okerlund interviewing Luger backstage about Elizabeth making him lose and then hiding from him backstage:
WCW World Title Tournament Semi-Finals: Chris Benoit pinned Jeff Jarrett at 9:27 after breaking Jarrett's guitar over his own head after Dustin Rhodes came out of the crowd to counter the interference of Creative Control, who appeared mid-way through the contest; after the match, Jarrett & Creative Control triple teamed Benoit until they were sent backstage by security
Evan Karagias (w/ Madusa) pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Disco Inferno at 7:59 to win the title with a springboard crossbody into the ring after Disco accidentally hit Tony Marinara, who did guest commentary for the match, with a steel chair; due to pre-match stipulations, Karagias won $25,000 that was put up for the match; after the bout, Karagias and Madusa kissed in the ring as Disco carried Marinara backstage
Norman Smiley pinned Brian Knobbs (w/ Jimmy Hart) in a hardcore match at 7:28 after Hart accidentally hit Knobbs over the head with a trash can as both participants came out of an elevator; due to pre-match stipulations, Smiley won the WCW Hardcore Championship; after the match, Knobbs threw both Hart and Smiley into boxes of food in the back and hit Hart with a trash can lid
Perry Saturn, Dean Malenko, & Asya (w/ Shane Douglas) defeated Eddie Guerrero, WCW Tag Team Champion Billy Kidman, & Torrie Wilson (w/ WCW Tag Team Champion Konnan) in an elimination match at 11:15; a ringside fan was ejected at the 2-minute mark after hitting Malenko with his Canadian flag; Malenko pinned Kidman with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage at 2:56 after Eddie accidentally shoved his partner while checking on an injured Torrie; after the fall, Kidman argued with Eddie before going backstage, with Konnan soon following; Guerrero pinned Malenko with a hurricanrana into a roll up at 5:03; Guerrero pinned Asya with the frog splash at 6:28; after the fall, the Filthy Animals' music played briefly as though the match was over; Guerrero submitted to Saturn's Rings of Saturn at 10:16 when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Guerrero put Saturn on top; Saturn pinned Torrie after hitting a low blow as Douglas, who did guest commentary for the match, distracted the referee
Buff Bagwell pinned Curt Hennig in a career match with the Buff Blockbuster at 7:44; prior to the bout, Jeff Jarrett & Creative Control attacked Hennig in the ring until Bagwell made the save; due to pre-match stipulations, Hennig was forced to retire; after the contest, Hennig received a standing ovation from the crowd
WCW World Title Tournament Semi-Finals: Bret Hart defeated Sting via submission with the Sharpshooter at 10:06 after beating Sting's injured leg to get out of the Scorpion Deathlock; Hart originally won the match via disqualification at 7:32 when, after referee Mickey Jay was knocked out, Lex Luger, with Elizabeth, came out and hit Sting in the leg with his baseball bat before Hart locked Luger in the Sharpshooter; Hart then argued he didn't want to win the match that way so the bout continued; after the match, the two men shook hands (Bret Hitman Hart: The Dungeon Collection)
Vampiro (w/ Jerry Only) defeated Berlyn (w/ the Wall) in a chain match at 5:13 via submission with a Camel Clutch, with Vampiro using the chain for more leverage; both Only and the Wall interfered throughout, with the Wall walking out of the match at the 3:30 mark; prior to the bout, Ed Ferrara - who did guest commentary for the match - came out with a cowboy hat and bottle of hot sauce and said his name was Oklahoma; after the match, Steve Williams, who appeared with Ferrara before the match and remained ringside for the duration of the match, attacked both Vampiro and Only, dropping them with a sit-down powerbomb and the Oklahoma Stampede, respectively (Oklahoma's surprise debut; Williams' surprise return after a 7-year absence)
Meng pinned Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) at 5:23 with the Tongan Death Grip after Elizabeth accidentally sprayed Luger in the face with an unknown substance; Luger wrestled the bout with a neckbrace, faking an injury, but Meng took it off after Luger became blinded
WCW US & TV Champion Scott Hall pinned Booker T (mystery opponent sub. for Rick Steiner) at 6:04 with the Outsider's Edge as Booker stood on the middle turnbuckle yelling at Jeff Jarrett on the floor, after fighting off Creative Control; prior to Booker's entrance, his music played but then cut off, then played again after a long pause; after the match, Jarrett & Creative Control triple teamed Booker until the lights flickered and Midnight made the save
David Flair fought Kimberly to a no contest at around the 3:30 mark when, after the referee was knocked out, Flair fought off an interfering Kanyon until an injured Diamond Dallas Page dropped Flair with the Diamond Cutter; moments later, Arn Anderson came out and checked on David while telling Page to leave; after Page, Kimberly, and Kanyon left, David hit Arn in the back with his crowbar and left through the crowd; moments later, Anderson was fitted with a neckbrace and taken backstage on a stretcher (Kanyon's surprise return)
Bill Goldberg defeated Sid Vicious in an I Quit match at 5:30 when referee Mickey Jay stopped the match when Vicious passed out while caught in a sleeper / leg scissors combo; the crowd booed Goldberg throughout the contest and chanted "Goldberg sucks" (Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection)
WCW World Title Tournament Finals: Bret Hart defeated Chris Benoit via submission with the Sharpshooter to win the title at 17:44 following a double leg pickup; Dean Malenko interfered at the 5-minute mark, dressed as the same Canadian fan who "attacked" him earlier in the show but was ejected; WCW US & TV Champion Scott Hall and Kevin Nash interfered at the 9-minute mark, with Bill Goldberg making the save and all three eventually brawling backstage; after the bout, Hart and Benoit hugged out of respect, with Hart then celebrating in the ring with his wife, kids, and Wayne Gretzky's children

WCW @ Auburn Hills, MI - Palace - November 22, 1999 (11,449; 6,445 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Creative Control defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Billy Kidman & Konnan to win the titles
Perry Saturn defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Evan Karagias in a non-title match
Vampiro defeated the Wall via disqualification
WCW World Champion Bret Hart defeated Jeff Jarrett
Eddie Guerrero defeated Billy Kidman
Meng fought Elizabeth to a no contest
Lash Laroux defeated Disco Inferno
Tygress defeated Spice
Buff Bagwell fought Booker T to a no contest
Asya defeated Madusa
Dean Malenko defeated Chris Benoit in a flag match
Meng defeated Sting in a No DQ match
Scott Hall & Kevin Nash defeated Bill Goldberg & Sid Vicious

WCW @ Toledo, OH - November 23, 1999 (1,648)
WCW Saturday Night taping

WCW @ San Angelo, TX - Coliseum - November 26, 1999 (2,223)

WCW @ Belton, TX - Bell County Expo Center - November 27, 1999 (2,436)
Lash Laroux defeated Kid Romeo
Juventud Guerrera defeated Silver King
The Wall defeated Berlyn
Konnan defeated Perry Saturn
Harlem Heat defeated Villano IV & V
Diamond Dallas Page defeated David Flair
Sid Vicious defeated Rick Steiner

WCW Saturday Night - 11/27/99:
Perry Saturn defeated Chris Adams
Juventud Guerrera defeated Villano IV
Lash LaRoux defeated Curly Bill
Jeff Jarrett defeated Adrian Byrd
Elix Skipper defeated Alan Funk
Rock Cornell defeated Sonny Siaki
Meng defeated Johnny Attitude
Berlyn defeated Frankie Lancaster
WCW Tag Team Champions Creative Control defeated the Texas Outlaws

WCW @ Midland, TX - November 28, 1999 (1,579)

WCW @ Denver, CO - Pepsi Center - November 29, 1999 (12,881; 10,086 paid)
Monday Nitro:
WCW Tag Team Champions Creative Control defeated Booker T & Buff Bagwell
Juventud Guerrera pinned IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion Jushin Liger to win the title
WCW US Champion Scott Hall defeated Sid Vicious
Jerry Only defeated Steve Williams in a steel cage match
WCW World Champion Bret Hart defeated meng
Chris Benoit defeated Sting and Jeff Jarrett
Bill Goldberg defeated Kevin Nash
The Wall defeated Jerry Flynn
Curt Hennig defeated Midnight via disqualification
WCW World Champion Bret Hart & Chris Benoit defeated Bill Goldberg & Sid Vicious and Kevin Nash & WCW US Champion Scott Hall in a steel cage match; Roddy Piper was the guest referee

WCW @ Vail, CO - Dobson Ice Arena - November 30, 1999 (1,240)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
The final taping for the show

WCW @ Lincoln, NE - Pershing Arena - December 1, 1999 (4,698; 4,150 paid)
Evan Karagias defeated the Maestro
The Barbarian defeated Prince Iaukea
Buff Bagwell defeated the Wall
Jeff Jarrett defeated Dustin Runnels
Harlem Heat defeated Perry Saturn & Dean Malenko
Sid Vicious defeated Rick Steiner
WCW World Champion Bret Hart defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Topeka, KS - Landon Arena - December 2, 1999 (2,467; 2,384 paid)
Thunder - 12/2/99:
WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley pinned the Wall
Kaz Hayashi defeated the Maestro via count-out
Buzzkill pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Steve Williams defeated Silver King, Villano IV & V in a handicap match
Jushin Liger defeated Chris Benoit via disqualification
Meng pinned Buff Bagwell
Evan Karagias & Madusa defeated Jeff Jarrett & Mona
Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn defeated Disco Inferno & Lash Laroux
Lex Luger pinned Sid Vicious

WCW @ Salina, KS - Bicentennial Center - December 3, 1999 (1,689)
Curt Hennig defeated Disco Inferno
Evan Karagias defeated the Maestro
The Barbarian defeated Prince Iaukea
Jushin Liger defeated Psychosis
Jeff Jarrett defeated Dustin Rhodes
Creative Control defeated Jim Duggan & Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Chris Benoit defeated Ric Flair
WCW World Champion Bret Hart defeated Sting

WCW Saturday Night - 12/4/99:
Chuck Palumbo defeated Devon Storm
The Wall defeated Dave Burkhead
Disorderly Conduct defeated Scott & Steve Armstrong
Evan Karagias defeated La Parka
Silver King defeated Villano V
Alan Funk defeated Elix Skipper
WCW Tag Team Champions Creative Control defeated Steven Regal & Dave Taylor
Chris Benoit defeated Scotty Riggs
Norman Smiley defeated Fidel Sierra

WCW @ Cedar Rapids, IA - Five Seasons Center - December 4, 1999 (2,465; 2,010 paid)
The Barbarian defeated Prince Iaukea
Evan Karagias defeated the Maestro
Curt Hennig defeated Disco Inferno
Jushin Liger defeated Psychosis
Jeff Jarrett defeated Dustin Rhodes
Creative Control defeated Jim Duggan & Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Chris Benoit defeated Ric Flair
WCW World Champion Bret Hart defeated Sting

WCW @ Chicago, IL - United Center - December 5, 1999 (9,288; 5,084 paid)
Jushin Liger defeated Psychosis
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Evan Karagias defeated the Maestro
The Barbarian defeated Prince Iaukea
Curt Hennig defeated Disco Inferno
Jeff Jarrett defeated Dustin Rhodes
WCW World Tag Team Champions Don & Ron Harris defeated Jim Duggan & Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Chris Benoit defeated Ric Flair
Sid Vicious defeated Rick Steiner
Sting defeated Lex Luger
WCW World Champion Bret Hart defeated Bill Goldberg

WCW @ Milwaukee, WI - Arena - December 6, 1999 (7,250; 6,063 paid)
Monday Nitro:
WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley defeated Rhonda Singh in a hardcore match
Jushin Liger pinned Psychosis at 4:42 with an Oklahoma side roll; stipulations stated the winner would earn the vacated IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title; during the bout, Buzzkill was shown in the crowd; after the contest, La Parka came out and hit Psychosis over the head with a steel chair
Madusa defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Evan Karagias and Mona in a non-title match
Steve Williams & Oklahoma defeated Vampiro & Jerry Only
WCW World Champion Bret Hart defeated Lex Luger
Midnight defeated Asya via disqualification
Roddy Piper defeated Creative Control in an I Quit handicap match
Dustin Rhodes fought Meng to a no contest
Curt Hennig defeated Larry Zbyzsko via disqualification
Chris Benoit defeated Kevin Nash via disqualification
Jerry Flynn defeated the Maestro in a block match
Sting defeated WCW US Champion Scott Hall in a non-title match
Sid Vicious fought Diamond Dallas Page to a no contest
Bill Goldberg defeated Jeff Jarrett in a lumberjack match; Roddy Piper was the guest referee for the bout

WCW @ Madison, WI - Dane County Coliseum - December 7, 1999 (3,953; 1,864 paid)
Thunder - 12/9/99:
Dean Malenko pinned Booker T
Vampiro pinned TAFKA Prince Iaukea
Madusa pinned Rhonda Singh
Jerry Flynn fought David Flair to a no contest
WCW World Champion Bret Hart & Bill Goldberg defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Creative Control to win the titles at 3:01 when Goldberg scored the pin with the Jackhammer as Hart had the other opponent in the Sharpshooter; Juventud Guerrera did guest commentary for the match alongside Mike Tenay; late in the bout, Roddy Piper came out, slapped referee Mark Johnson, knocked him to the floor, and took over officiating after Johnson made several controversial calls
Perry Saturn pinned Stevie Ray
Buff Bagwell fought Lex Luger to a no contest
Jim Duggan fought Asya to a no contest
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Sting
Jeff Jarrett, Scott Hall, & Kevin Nash defeated Sid Vicious, Chris Benoit, & Dustin Rhodes

WCW Saturday Night - 12/11/99:
The Wall defeated Adrian Byrd
Jeff Jarrett defeated Johnny Attitude
Kid Romeo defeated Elix Skipper
Lash LaRoux defeated Villano IV
Rick Cornell defeated Mike Sanders
Perry Saturn defeated Barry Horowitz
Evan Karagias defeated Alan Funk
Steven Regal defeated Steve Armstrong
Chris Benoit defeated Devon Storm

WCW @ New Orleans, LA - Arena - December 13, 1999 (6,835; 4,497 paid)
Monday Nitro:
TAFKA Prince Iaukea defeated the Maestro
Spice defeated Madusa
Buff Bagwell defeated Curt Hennig; Roddy Piper was the guest referee
Jeff Jarrett defeated Chris Benoit in a bunkhouse match
Meng fought Tank Abbott to a double count-out
Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, & Asya defeated Harlem Heat & Midnight
WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley fought Jerry Flynn to a no contest in a non-title match
Sid Vicious defeated Steve Williams in a powerbomb vs. suplex match
Sting & Diamond Dallas Page defeated Lex Luger & David Flair
Kanyon defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Lash Laroux defeated Big Vito in a bodybag match
Creative Control defeated Paul Orndorff via disqualification in a handicap match
Roddy Piper defeated Curt Hennig via count-out in a chair match
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall defeated WCW Tag Team Champions - WCW World Champion Bret Hart & Bill Goldberg to win the titles (The Very Best of Nitro Vol. 2)

WCW @ Mobile, AL - Civic Center - December 14, 1999 (3,889; 1,797 paid)
Thunder - 12/16/99:
Buff Bagwell pinned Vampiro
TAFKA Prince Iaukea pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Evan Karagias
Jim Duggan & Midnight defeated Perry Saturn & Asya
WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley fought David Flair to a no contest
Sting fought Lex Luger to a no contest
Steve Williams defeated the Wall via disqualification
Curt Hennig fought Dustin Rhodes to a no contest
Sid Vicious & Chris Benoit defeated Curt Hennig, La Parka, Shane, & Creative Control via disqualification in a handicap match
Kanyon pinned Diamond Dallas Page
WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash defeated WCW World Champion Bret Hart & Bill Goldberg in a handicap House of Pain match

WCW @ Daytona Beach, FL - Ocean Center - December 17, 1999 (3,378; 2,341 paid)
Numerous names scheduled to appear - including Eddie Guerrero, Prince Iaukea, Scott Hall, Harlem Heat, Sid Vicious, Rick Steiner, Perry Saturn, Dean Malenko, Disco Inferno, Chris Benoit, Hugh Morrus, and Jimmy Hart - did not
Jerry Flynn pinned Konnan
Jim Duggan pinned Brian Knobbs
Vampiro pinned Berlyn
Vampiro pinned the Wall in an impromptu match
Diamond Dallas Page pinned David Flair with the Diamond Cutter
Jeff Jarrett pinned Dustin Rhodes after Kevin Nash interfered and hit Rhodes with a steel chair
Ric Flair pinned Lex Luger with the figure-4 after Miss Elizabeth distracted Luger
WCW World Champion Bret Hart fought Bill Goldberg to a no contest after Jeff Jarrett interfered

WCW Saturday Night - 12/18/99:
Scott Armstrong defeated Dave Taylor
Disorderly Conduct defeated Los Villanos
Dean Malenko defeated Chris Adams
Meng defeated Dave Burkhead
Chuck Palumbo defeated Mark Jindrak
Booker T defeated Devon Storm
Disco Inferno defeated Sonny Siaki
Sid Vicious defeated Al Greene

WCW @ Jacksonville, FL - December 18, 1999 (4,080; 3,193 paid)
Jerry Flynn defeated Konnan
Jim Duggan defeated Brian Knobbs
Vampiro defeated Berlyn
Vampiro defeated the Wall
Diamond Dallas Page defeated David Flair
Jeff Jarrett defeated Dustin Rhodes
Ric Flair defeated Lex Luger
Bill Goldberg fought WCW World Champion Bret Hart to a no contest when Jeff Jarrett interfered

Starrcade 99 - Washington DC - MCI Center - December 19, 1999 (11,799; 8,582 paid)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Scott Hudson, & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included the announcement Scott Hall had been stripped of the WCW US title due to a knee injury and Chris Benoit, Hall's scheduled opponent, had been given the title via forfeit; featured an in-ring promo by Benoit in which, though given the belt, he didn't consider himself the champion and issued an open challenge to face anyone later in the night for the title; included Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley, in a Redskins outfit, regarding his title defense later in the night; featured David Flair receiving a gift wrapped brand new crowbar backstage; included a backstage segment in which Oklahoma and Steve Williams prepared for their match later in the night; featured a backstage segment in which Oklahoma was kidnapped by the Misfits; included Mike Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Jim Duggan regarding his three mystery partners for his match later in the night; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Jerry Only in which the other Misfits were shown around a shark cage with Oklahoma trapped inside; included a backstage segment where Curt Hennig, Shane, Creative Control and La Parka spoke with the Powers that Be about their match later in the night; featured Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Harlem Heat & Midnight regarding their match later in the show, with Stevie Ray saying he wasn't going to watch Booker T's back in the match; included a backstage segment showing David Flair, crowbar in hand, standing over a torn apart stuffed bear; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Diamond Dallas Page regarding his crowbar on a pole match against David later in the night; included Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Benoit in which he said an opponent still had not come forward to face him in the US title ladder match; featured Tenay conducting a backstage interview with WCW World Champion Bret Hart regarding his title defense against Bill Goldberg:
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull (w/ Tony Marinana) defeated Disco Inferno & Lash LaRoux at 9:37 when Vito pinned LaRoux with a jumping DDT after Disco accidentally droppd his partner with the Last Dance, thinking it was Vito; after the bout, Disco was double teamed before Mariana, Vito, & Johnny stuffed him inside a bodybag and carried him backstage; after taking him backstage, Vito ripped the bag open and shoved Disco into the trunk of a waiting car, with the three men then driving off
Madusa pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Evan Karagias (w/ Spice) to win the title at 3:32 with a German suplex into a bridge after Spice hit a low blow on the champion
WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley pinned Meng backstage at 4:29 after the challenger was hit in the back of the head by Fit Finlay wielding a steel pipe as Meng fought off an interfering Brian Knobbs; Smiley was dressed as a Washington Redskin for the bout; after the match, Meng put the Tongan Death Grip on referee Nick Patrick
Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, & Aysa (w/ Shane Douglas) defeated Jim Duggan, Kevin Sullivan, Mike Rotunda, & Rick Steiner (mystery partners) at 4:54 when Douglas pinned Duggan after Duggan's partners turned on him, with Sullivan dropping him with a low blow, while at the same time continuing to fight off the Revolution; Douglas did guest commentary for the bout and slid in at the end to score the pinfall; after the bout, Douglas cut an in-ring promo telling Duggan he would have to denounce America the next night on Nitro; due to pre-match stipulations, due to pre-match stipulations, Duggan was foced to denounce America; had Duggan won, the Revolution would have had to take over his custodial duties (Sullivan's surprise return match after a more than 2-year absence; the surprise return of the Varsity Club after a 10-year absence)
Vampiro (w/ the Misfits) defeated Steve Williams (w/ Oklahoma) via disqualification at 5:00 when Williams grabbed referee Charles Robinson and shoved him to the mat as Robinson tried to get Williams off Vampiro, moments after Williams easily fought off interference from all the Misfits; prior to the bout, Oklahoma was pushed ringside in a shark cage by the Misfits; Oklahoma provided commentary for the match through his headset; after the bout, security forced Williams out of the ring; due to pre-match stipulations, Vampiro earned 5 minutes in the ring with Oklahoma; during the post-match fight, Oklahoma dominated early because of the attack from Williams but Vampiro and the Misfits eventually ganged up on him, with Vampiro putting on Oklahoma's cowboy hat before dropping him with the Nail in the Coffin, having Robinson count the pinfall, and being announced the winner by the ring announcer
Vampiro (w/ the Misfits) pinned Oklahoma with the Nail in the Coffin
Curt Hennig & Creative Control (w/ Shane) defeated Midnight & Harlem Heat at 7:53 when Booker was pinned by a member of Creative Control after Hennig hit Booker with a foreign object as Stevie Ray, who didn't appear ringside until the 6-minute mark, argued with Midnight on the floor; due to pre-match stipulations, Creative Control became the #1 contenders to the WCW Tag Team Titles; had Harlem Heat's team won, they would have become #1 contenders
Jeff Jarrett pinned Dustin Rhodes in a bunkhouse match at 11:23 when, after Rhodes dropped an interfering Curt Hennig with a bulldog near the entranceway, Jarrett came off a ladder - which would be used for the US title match - and smashed his guitar over Rhodes head; prior to the bout, Mike Tenay conducted a backstage interview with Rhodes, with Jarrett then attacking Rhodes leading into the match; at the 5-minute mark, Rhodes duct taped referee Billy Silverman to the top rope, also taping his mouth shut; moments later, Hennig appeared, untaped the referee, and then interfered on behalf of Jarrett for the remainder of the match
Diamond Dallas Page pinned David Flair in a crowbar on a pole match at 5:34 with the Diamond Cutter; David began the match by sneaking up behind DDP and hitting him with the crowbar, with referee Charles Robinson declaring him unable to compete and asking for the match to end at around the 1:20 mark and awarding David the winner via forfeit until Page prevented him from doing so; moments later, Robinson called for the bell to "begin" the match, even though it had already started; after the bout, Page sat David on the top rope and again hit the Diamond Cutter and prepared to hit a low blow using the crowbar until the woman recently shown on Nitro who had the David Flair shrine in her bedroom (Daffney) came out and covered him up
Sting defeated Lex Luger via disqualification at 5:23 when Elizabeth hit Sting in the face with his own baseball bat; prior to the bout, Sting was escorted to the ring by Elizabeth, with Sting giving her a larger can of mace as protection just before they walked ringside; Elizabeth was unaware that the can was full of silly string until she tried using it on Sting mid-way through the match; after the bout, Luger trapped Sting's hand in a steel chair and repeatedly stomped it until referees came out to send him backstage; pre-match stipulations stated if Sting won then Elizabeth would no longer be Luger's valet; after Luger and Elizabeth left ringside, the unconcious Sting was carried backstage by officials
Kevin Nash defeated Sid Vicious in a powerbomb match at 6:58 when, after Nash twice failed at hitting the powerbomb as the referee was knocked out, Nash pulled the referee back up to his feet and told the ref he hit it; moments earlier, Jeff Jarrett appeared and smashed his guitar over Vicious' head after Sid dropped Nash with the powerbomb; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would be the first man to hit the move
WCW US Champion Chris Benoit defeated Jeff Jarrett (mystery opponent) in a ladder match at 10:15 after hitting a diving headbutt off the top of the ladder
WCW World Champion Bret Hart defeated Bill Goldberg in a No DQ match at 12:07 when, as Hart applied the Sharpshooter, Roddy Piper - wearing a referee's shirt - appeared and immediately called for the bell, awarding Hart the contest; prior to the bout, the two men shook hands out of respect; during the match, referees Billy Silverman, Charles Robinson, and Johnny Boone were all knocked out after taking over officiating the match; the crowd was pro Goldberg but there were noticable "Goldberg sucks" chants later in the bout; at the 11-minute mark, Goldberg dropped Hart with a mule kick to the head that later resulted in Hart announcing his retirement 10 months later; after the match, Hart confronted Piper near the entranceway, with Piper not saying anything but handing Hart the title belt and then walking off

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - December 20, 1999 (8,915; 4,589 paid)
Monday Nitro:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Madusa defeated Buzzkill
Curt Hennig defeated Hugh Morrus
Tank Abbott fought Jerry Flynn to a no contest in a no holds barred match
Fit Finlay & Brian Knobbs defeated Meng & Norman Smiley in a hardcore match
The Maestro defeated Evan Karagias
Kanyon defeated Diamond Dallas Page and Bam Bam Bigelow
Kevin Nash fought Creative Control to a no contest in a handicap match
Jeff Jarrett defeated WCW US Champion Chris Benoit in a ladder match to win the title
The Wall defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification
Rick Steiner & Mike Rotunda defeated Harlem Heat
Bret Hart pinned Bill Goldberg at 5:55 after Scott Hall & Kevin Nash ran out with baseball bats as Hart had Goldberg in a figure-4, with Hall, Nash, and Hart then assaulting Goldberg with the weapons while the referee was knocked out; prior to the match, WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett was shown watching on backstage; moments later, Roddy Piper came out to try to cover Goldberg's body but Jarrett followed and smashed a guitar over Piper's head; Jarrett then spraypainted "nWo" in silver on Goldberg's body as Hart tried to cut a promo on the mic but the mic was dead; Nash then took the mic and said "Baltimore, Maryland, the band is back together;" stipulations stated the winner of the match would win the vacant WCW World Title (The Very Best of Nitro)

WCW @ Salisbury, MD - Wicomico Civic Center - December 21, 1999 (4,000)
Thunder - 12/23/99:
Rick Steiner & Mike Rotunda fought PG-13 to a double disqualification
Tank Abbott fought La Parka to a no contest
WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley defeated Fit Finlay
Ron & Don Harris defeated Curt Hennig in a handicap match
The Maestro defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Konnan, Billy Kidman, & Jim Duggan defeated Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, & Asya
The Wall defeated Kevin Nash via disqualification
Chris Benoit defeated WCW World Champion Bret Hart via disqualification

WCW @ Houston, TX - Astrodome - December 27, 1999 (16,640; 8,049 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Brian Knobbs defeated Bam Bam Bigelow in a hardcore match
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: Buzzkill & Mike Rotunda defeated Konnan & Dean Malenko
Tank Abbott defeated Shane
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: Lash LeRoux & Midnight defeated Harlem Heat
WCW World Champion Bret Hart defeated Jerry Flynn
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: PG-13 defeated Rick Steiner & Berlyn
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: Norman Smiley & Asya defeated Jim Duggan & Perry Saturn
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Billy Kidman
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: Ron & Don Harris defeated Meng & Fit Finlay via count-out
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: David Flair & Crowbar defeated Vampiro & Evan Karagias
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: Buff Bagwell & Kanyon defeated Disco Inferno & Big Vito
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: Kevin Nash defeated Sid Vicious & the Wall in a handicap match

WCW @ Beaumont, TX - Civic Center - December 28, 1999

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