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  • Colin Vassallo
    TO UNSUBSCRIBE E-MAIL: wrestling-online-unsubscribe@egroups.com R A W & N I T R O R E P O R T S ... By WWF.COM With the capacity crowd on its feet, RAW IS
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      By WWF.COM

      With the capacity crowd on its feet, RAW IS WAR kicked off live from
      Pittsburgh. The action started immediately, as the New Age Outlaws
      defended their Tag Team Championship against the team of Al Snow and
      Steve Blackman. Prior to the match, Al Snow unsuccessfully attempted to
      give the duo a team name - both Snow Storm and Snow Balls were rejected
      by Blackman.

      Also before the match, Chris Benoit, Perry Saturn, Eddy Guerrero and
      Dean Malenko were spotted sitting in the front row of the arena. Jim
      Ross quickly questioned what the four athletes were doing there, as they
      are not under contract with the World Wrestling Federation.

      Before a decisive winner could be named, Road Dogg took it upon himself
      to attack the four radicals in the front row. In a matter of minutes,
      Benoit, Saturn, Guerrero and Malenko destroyed the Tag Team Champions in
      the middle of the ring. After the assault, the four free agents walked
      up the ramp towards the backstage area. It was later learned that Cactus
      Jack invited them to the show.

      After the break, Pittsburgh's own Kurt Angle, in Rock fashion, announced
      that he had finally returned to his hometown. Needless to say, Angle did
      not get the response in which he was looking for. After berating the
      crowd, the Olympian announced that he would later be taking on the
      People's Champ.

      Backstage, the New Age Outlaws were seen arguing with Triple H and
      Stephanie about what had just happened in regards to the beating they
      had received. Triple H and Stephanie both agreed that the Outlaws were
      on their own on this one.

      D-Von Dudley then took on Christian. The pace was both fast and furious.
      It came to an end when, behind the official's back, Edge delivered a
      devastating kick to the back of D-Von's head. The impact proved to be
      enough, as Christian rolled D-Von up for the pin. After the match, the
      Dudleys attempted to dismember Edge and Christian, but Matt and Jeff
      Hardy hit the ring and absolutely destroyed the unexpecting Dudleys -
      highlighted by a Jeff Hardy centon bomb onto Buh-Buh Ray Dudley, as he
      sat motionless on a table.

      Federation cameras then caught up with the four guests of Cactus Jack as
      they did a number on the Mean Street Posse.

      Next up, the dancing duo - Too Cool - took on the new look Big Show.
      Despite his mammoth size, Big Show had some trouble with the talented
      tandem in the early going. It appeared as though Too Cool would be able
      to score the victory when Show turned it up a notch, and choke slammed
      his way to a win. After the match, The Rock appeared on the TitanTron.
      In typical Rock fashion, the Great One verbally abused both Big Show and
      Kurt Angle, while the sell-out crowd waited on every word.

      Kurt Angle entered the ringside area to a deafening round of boos. The
      jeers quickly turned to cheers, as The Rock's music hit the arena and
      the most electrifying man in sports entertainment made his way to the
      ring. The Rock wasted no time in attacking the supposed undefeated
      superstar. The tide shifted back and forth several times before the
      match finally came to an end. When it was all said and done, it was The
      Rock scoring the victory via pinfall after Tazz threw a runaway Angle
      back into the ring.

      After the commercial break, Chris Jericho, who was accompanied by Chyna,
      battled X-Pac, who was seconded by his new love affair, Tori, in a
      non-title bout. As expected, the pace was lightning quick, and the
      momentum of the match swayed in the favor of both superstars a number of
      times. After nearly 15 minutes of action, X-Pac was able to score the
      victory over Y2J - give the assist to Tori, as she clobbered the champ
      with the Intercontinental Championship belt.

      Next up, The Kat defended the Women's Championship against Intercourse,
      PA, native, Hervina, in the first-ever Lumber Jill Snow Bunny Match.
      With the exception of her manly appearance, not much was know about
      Hervina going into the match. The match, and The Kat's title reign, came
      to an end when Hervina was able to keep The Kat down for the 1-2-3.
      After the match, it was revealed that Hervina was in fact Harvey

      Before the next match got under way, Cactus Jack was seen backstage
      asking Triple H and Stephanie if they would be interested in signing
      Benoit, Saturn, Guerrero and Malenko. Both Triple H and Stephanie said
      they would think about it.

      The Holly cousins then took on Viscera in a two on one encounter. The
      one-man advantage proved to be too much for Big Vis, as the Hollys were
      able to defeat the big man via pinfall.

      After that, highlights were shown from Halftime Heat's live interview
      with Stone Cold Steve Austin. The interview could be seen in its
      entirety on StoneCold.com.

      Reporting from the World Wrestling Federation's site based entertainment
      complex - WWF New York - Lilian Garcia broke the news that later in the
      week, the Federation will hold a press conference from the complex
      concerning football. Specifics were limited. WWF.com will keep you
      posted as this situation develops.

      Matt Hardy then took on Buh-Buh Ray Dudley. Buh-Buh Ray was accompanied
      to the ring by the APA - the Acolytes Protection Agency. Earlier in the
      evening, the Acolytes were hired by the Dudleys to make sure they were
      protected. Buh-Buh was awarded the match after Matt was disqualified for
      using a chair. After the match, the APA and the Dudleys outnumbered the
      Hardys. Christain quickly ran to ringside in an attempt to help the
      Hardys. His effort was all for not, as the Dudleys powerbombed Jeff onto
      Matt onto three tables.

      Backstage, Triple H and Stephanie informed Benoit, Saturn, Guerrero and
      Malenko that their services were not wanted by the World Wrestling
      Federation. The quartet was then asked to exit the building.

      In the final match of the evening, Federation Champion Triple H defended
      the title against Kane. Still hurting from his Street Fight with Cactus
      Jack at the Royal Rumble, a heavily bandaged Triple H waited in the
      middle of the ring while Kane's music blared throughout the arena.
      However, Kane was nowhere to be found. The Champion gave Kane 10 seconds
      to come to the ring. Again, Kane was nowhere to be found - but Cactus
      Jack wasn't. As Triple H completed the 10 count, Cactus emerged from
      backstage to confront the McMahon\Helmsley Era. After offering Triple H
      his opinion of him, Cactus attacked. Soon thereafter, so did Chris
      Benoit, Perry Saturn, Eddy Guerrero and Dean Malenko. When it was all
      said and done, the five competitors absolutely decimated Triple H,
      leaving him helpless in the middle of the ring.


      By WCW.COM

      The fans of Wilkes-Barre were in for a treat. And they knew it. The
      Internet was abuzz all week with the news that Nature Boy Ric Flair was
      making his return to Monday Nitro. Flair hadn't been seen in a long
      time, and the fans as well as WCW wanted to know where he stood. He
      came, he spoke, and in the end, he proved that, without a shadow of a
      doubt, the Nature Boy is still the dirtiest player in the game.

      Backstage, the nWo spoke with Kevin Nash via telephone. Nash told
      Jarrett that he would be the acting commissioner for the night.

      The nWo made their way to the ring with Jeff Jarrett wearing a sport
      coat, dressed for his new role. Jarrett told the crowd that Nash
      wouldn't be in the building and that he, The Chosen One, would be in
      charge. Steiner got on the mic and trashed the crowd. He officially
      inducted The Harris Boys into the nWo, giving them the black and silver
      shirts. Jarrett announced that he would be facing Sid for the WCW
      Heavyweight Title at SuperBrawl. The Chosen One said the main event
      later in the night would be himself and The Harris Boys against Sid and
      two partners he would name later. Jarrett ended the interview by telling
      all the boys in the back that he would be accepting bribes.

      Tony Schiavione, Mike Tenay and Mark Madden (filling in for an under the
      weather Bobby Heenan) talked about the upcoming matches on the show.

      Outside, Nature Boy Ric Flair arrived at the arena in a limousine.

      Backstage, J Biggs spoke with Stevie Ray and Big T.

      Backstage, Terry Funk asked Arn Anderson with concern where Ric Flair
      was. Arn told Funk he didn't know and walked away.

      Cruiserweight Title Tournament
      Lash LeRoux d. Evan Karagias with 3 Count
      Karagias attempted to sing before the match, but LeRoux put a stop to
      it. Evan took exception and attacked Lash with a vengeance. Lash did a
      dive on Moore and Helms on the outside, but took the steam out of
      himself in the process. Back in the ring, LeRoux scored the pinfall
      out of nowhere, advancing in the tournament.

      Backstage, the nWo turned the caterer away, demanding lobster and filet

      Interview: David Flair, Crowbar and Daffney Unger Mean Gene attempted to
      interview David, but Flair just laughed uncontrollably. Gene then turned
      the mic to Crowbar, who did his best Gordon Solie impression. Soon the
      interview was interrupted when Big Vito and Johnny the Bull attacked.

      WCW World Tag Team Title Match
      Bensonhurst Street Fight
      The Mamalukes with Disco Inferno d. David Flair and Crowbar with Daffney
      The fight quickly took to the outside as Flair and Crowbar backdropped
      Vito into a snow bank. Once into the arena, Disco Inferno joined the
      announcers at the table as the two teams fought in and out of the ring.
      Miss Hancock from Standards and Practices came to ringside to take
      notes. Tables, chairs, road cones, etc. were introduced into the match,
      and used frequently. As Crowbar attempted a dive off the top, Disco
      pushed his leg off the ropes. Big Vito put Crowbar on a table in the
      ring and, after climbing to the top himself, splashed him through the
      table, scoring the three-count.

      Backstage, Brian Knobs showed up with a handful of money, asking Jarrett
      to book Fit Finlay in a match against The Total Package.

      No Contest: Booker T vs. Big T
      Booker T made his way to the ring, ready for a battle. Halfway down, his
      music stopped. J Biggs came to the ramp and told Booker that the music
      was property of Harlem Heat, who now consisted of Stevie Ray and Big T.
      Biggs then said they had some new music for Booker, proceeding to play a
      cheesy rock instrumental. As if that wasn't bad enough, Booker was told
      that the T in his name and the flames on his pants were also property of
      Harlem Heat. As Biggs continued his tirade, Midnight grabbed him and
      threw him in to Booker, who laid him out. The New Harlem Heat came in,
      dropping Booker and Midnight to the ground.

      Backstage, Norman Smiley was confronted by 3 Count, who attacked Smiley
      until he ran away, screaming down the hall.

      Backstage, Jeff Jarrett told Fit Finlay of Knobs' plan. Jeff said he was
      booking Knobs against Package, and that Fit would be the referee. In
      another dressing room watching on a monitor, Knobs went nuts, throwing
      chairs around the room.

      Backstage, Norman found The Demon's casket to hide in. As he stepped
      inside, it started to close, and Norman screamed on.

      Billy Kidman with Torrie Wilson d. The Wall
      The Wall charged into the ring after Kidman, but the youngster stepped
      aside, sending the big man crashing into the corner. Soon however, The
      Wall's power overtook Kidman, and Billy was in trouble. Kidman threw a
      dropkick from the top rope and followed it up with a huracanrana. The
      Wall stopped the momentum and, as he went for his patented chokeslam,
      Vampiro came out and delivered a leg lariat from the top turnbuckle, as
      Torrie distracted the referee. Three seconds later, Billy Kidman was the

      Interview: Ric Flair
      The Nature Boy styled and profiled to the ring as only he can do. He
      named off every pro and college team in the area, said to put them all
      together, and that still didn't equal Ric Flair. Flair said he was
      asked to be the commissioner, but turned it down. He stated Terry Funk
      must have some misconceptions and wanted Funk out to the ring to
      straighten things out. Funk came out, calling Flair a "banana-nosed,
      horse-tooth goof." He said Ric was jealous of him and said he should get
      some control of his son, David. The Nature Boy told Funk he has been
      from Starrcade to WrestleMania back to Starrcade, becoming the 14-time
      champion. As the Funker entered the ring, he and Flair immediately came
      to blows with WCW security quickly breaking up the ruckus.

      Backstage, Jeff Jarrett said it was now clear who Sid's tag team
      partners would be - Funk and Flair.

      Interview: Sid Vicious
      As Mean Gene told Sid who his partners were for later in the night,
      Vicious said he didn't care who it was... someone was getting
      powerbombed straight to hell.

      Backstage, Miss Hancock asked Standards and Practices why they weren't
      wearing their suits again. S&P told her that WCW just dressed them up to
      get her over, and they were going to try to get their names back.

      Backstage, The Total Package and Elizabeth were shown walking down the
      hall, toward the ring.

      Non-Title Match
      No Contest: The Total Package with Elizabeth vs. Brian Knobs
      Fit Finlay served as the special referee for the match. The Hardcore
      Champion went right to work against Package, bringing him to the floor
      and sending him back first into the guardrail. Back inside, Finlay
      nailed Knobs as he was coming in, swaying the advantage in the direction
      of The Total Package. As Knobs went to the second rope for a dive,
      Finlay stood in his way, allowing Elizabeth to come from behind and lay
      Brian out with the baseball bat. Fit left the ring as Package destroyed
      Knobs' arm in the steel chair.

      Backstage, Norman Smiley came out of the Demon casket, dressed in KISS

      Backstage, The Demon told police where his gear was hanging when it was

      "Screamin" Norman Smiley d. Shane Helms
      Norman came to the ring, donned in his full Demon garb. Helms delivered
      a frogsplash early, but Screamin Demon kicked out. Shane applied an
      airplane spin, to which Norman retaliated with a giant swing. Smiley
      nailed both Karagias and Moore off the apron and won the bout with the
      Norman Conquest. After the match, The Demon and Wilkes-Barre's finest
      came out to confront Smiley, who took off into the crowd, with Demon hot
      on his heels.

      Interview: DDP and Kimberly
      As Mean Gene talked with Kim and Dallas, The Mamalukes and Disco came
      down the hallway, with Big Vito pinching the rear end of Kimberly. As
      she turned around, Disco was standing there and was slapped for the
      pinch. DDP attacked Inferno, starting a brawl throughout the backstage
      area and out into the crowd.

      Diamond Dallas Page with Kimberly d. Disco Inferno
      The fight finally made its way into the ring and Disco took control with
      a swinging neckbreaker. He pounded Page around the ring, kicking him
      into the corner. When Disco decided it was time to dance for Kim, DDP
      decided it was time for some revenge. A Diamond Cutter later, and
      Diamond Dallas Page took the win over Inferno.

      Jeff Jarrett and The Harris Boys d. Sid Vicious, Terry Funk and Ric
      This pier six brawl started outside the ring and remained for some time.
      Only one problem, Ric Flair didn't come out for the match, making it a
      three-on-two advantage for the nWo. Sid didn't let that stop him as he
      pounded on Ron Harris in the corner. Vicious attempted to powerbomb
      Jarrett, but one of the Harris boys quickly broke it up. The nWo trapped
      Funk on their side of the ring, beating on him relentlessly. The Funker
      fought back against the evil trio, finally making the tag to big Sid.
      Flair made his way to ringside, only to grab Funk, running him into the
      broadcast area. As the referee tried to get Flair and Funk under
      control, Jarrett brought in his sweet six string, drilling it over the
      head of the WCW Champion, and gaining the pinfall win for the nWo.
    • Colin Vassallo
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        >> RAW IS WAR REPORT
        By WWF.COM

        Less than a week away from No Mercy, RAW began live from the Joe Louis
        Arena in Detroit, MI, the very same arena that saw Rikishi run over
        Stone Cold Steve Austin one year ago!

        Intercontinental Champion Eddie Guerrero came to the ring to address his
        situation with a number of World Wrestling Federation Superstars. He
        said he was tired of Chyna's moaning and crying, and that she was a
        whimpering pain in the ass! Then, Guerrero told Mr. Ass he would find
        his right foot kicking his ass, just like what would happen to Chyna if
        she came begging for forgiveness! Eddie ended his tirade by yelling at
        Mick Foley about his poor skills as Commissioner, and he said that he
        would take on anyone Mick wanted him to face! Immediately, Chris Jericho
        rocked the arena and challenged Guerrero to his Intercontinental Title!

        After the match began it looked as if Guerrero injured his leg, and the
        referee called for the bell. As Jericho stood over the fallen Guerrero,
        X-Pac ran out and attacked Y2J! As X-Pac celebrated, Mr. Ass came out to
        get him some of X-Pac! After a Fame-Asser, Jericho and Mr. Ass watched
        as X-Pac and Guerrero retreated to the back.

        A limousine pulled up with in the parking lot, and Kurt Angle eagerly
        greeted it. His new business partner Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley got out,
        and told Kurt to grab her bags, which he eagerly did!

        Earlier on Monday, Jonathan Coachman sat down and interviewed Rikishi on
        his thoughts about why he ran over Stone Cold.

        Immediately, Rikishi said that his admission of his crime has been
        positive. He said that his people are proud that he stood up to make a
        change. When Coach told Rikishi that The Rock wasn't proud, the Phat Man
        said that The Rock seemed confused; that deep inside, Rock was happy
        with what he had done because they are family. Rikishi expressed no
        remorse at all - he meant what he did. In the past, his people were held
        back and he didn't want to see it happen again. Rikishi said he doesn't
        care one bit about Stone Cold, and that he would crush Austin at No

        In a match set up on HEAT, T&A took on the very angry Acolytes. The
        match was a slobberknocker, with both physical teams brutalizing each
        other. Test threw punch after punch at Faarooq and Bradshaw hammered on
        Albert. The beating finally stopped when Trish got up on the ring apron,
        distracting Bradshaw. Faarooq saved his partner and Bradshaw pinned
        Albert after a clothesline from hell.

        In the McMahon-Helmsley locker room, Triple H asked Stephanie why she
        was still assisting Angle. She said that when they had talked about it
        at home, she told Hunter she'd reconsider - like he told her he would
        do. But since he won't, she would continue to help Kurt. The Game asked
        what would happen if she was hurt. Steph just told him that it was a
        chance they'd have to take. The Game said he wouldn't be able to control
        himself if she got hurt somehow, and he walked away.

        Kurt came in and Stephanie guaranteed Kurt would win the title at No
        Mercy. The Game came back in and asked Stephanie to leave!

        In a European Title match, goodwill Ambassador William Regal took on
        Champion Al Snow, who was representing the United Kingdom, complete with
        a portrait of Regal! Regal, in great condition, took Snow from rope to
        rope. After Al missed a moonsault, Regal locked him in a submission
        hold, forcing Snow to tap out! William Regal waved graciously to the
        crowd as he accepted his new European Title!

        In his locker room, Triple H told Kurt that Stephanie was his
        responsibility - if she got hurt, it was Kurt's fault. Secondly, Triple
        H said, if Angle tried to make it anything other than a business
        relationship, it would be the last thing he ever did! Angle said okay,
        but smirked as the Game walked away!

        As Triple H was set to battle Kane, Chris Benoit came out to offer guest
        commentary. His entrance distracted the Game, who was immediately
        hammered by Kane. As Triple H was getting brutalized, Stephanie, who was
        watching in the back, told Kurt she needed to help Hunter because she
        knew Benoit would interfere. Before she could leave, Angle convinced her
        to stay in the back.

        In the ring, Kane continued to beat on Triple H. But after being down
        for most of the match, the Game came back and started throwing punches
        at the Big Red Machine. While Kane lie prone, Triple H went and attacked
        Benoit at the announce table!

        Then, Hunter gave Kane a Pedigree, only to get nailed by Benoit with a
        chair! After getting Triple H back in the ring, Benoit locked him in the
        Crossface, which the Game immediately tapped out of!

        Michael Cole introduced Stone Cold Steve Austin, who came out to a
        rousing ovation from the Detroit crowd. Cole then asked Austin how he
        felt returning to the scene of where he was hit by Rikishi, and Stone
        Cold said he was happy to be there, but upset because he couldn't whoop
        Rikishi's ass right then! Austin said he had Rikishi's picture
        everywhere, and every time he saw that picture, he was looking at a dead
        man! Cole asked Austin what he was going to do to him at No Mercy, and
        Austin said he was going to stomp a mud hole in Rikishi's huge ass, no
        matter how long it took!

        Rikishi interrupted from the parking lot - from the very spot he hit
        Austin! Then he said he may not be allowed in the ring, but he called
        Austin out to the back! Austin ran out to confront Rikishi, where he
        tried to run over Stone Cold again! As he drove away, Rikishi smiled and
        said that on Sunday, there would be No Mercy!

        X-Pac came out to the middle of the ring and called out Mr. Ass! When
        Mr. Ass came out, he laughed at X-Pac, only to be hit from behind by
        Eddie Guerrero, who had a huge wrap on his leg! As X-Pac beat on Mr.
        Ass, Chris Jericho ran out and started pounding on X-Pac with fists and
        a steel chair! Finally, the referees were able to restrain Y2J!

        Mr. Ass ran in to Commissioner Foley's office and demanded a piece of
        Eddie Guerrero. Foley replied by making a match for Mr. Ass against
        Eddie Guerrero at No Mercy!

        The Dudley Boyz took on Los Conquistadors, who J.R. said reminded him a
        lot of Edge and Christian. The match was surprisingly even, with the
        mysterious men in gold really taking it to the Dudley Boyz. After D-Von
        testified with a flying headbutt to the groin of one of the
        Conquistadors, Buh Buh called for a table! Before the table came out,
        one of the Conquistadors hit Buh Buh from behind and rolled him up for
        the win!

        The Road Dogg faced Right to Censor member Mr. Val Venis in a physical
        affair. The D-O-Double G really took it to Venis, but Val came back and
        started stomping on Road Dogg with his white shoes. After being locked
        in several submission holds, the Dogg came back and beat Mr. Venis when
        Naked Mideon ran out and distracted Val, allowing the Dogg to get the
        pin! Mideon even helped the Dogg out and laid out Mr. Steven Richards!

        Stephanie pounded on Kurt Angle's locker room door, telling him he
        wasn't focused. Angle looked overwhelmed and sighed deeply when
        Stephanie kept telling him he needed to focus more so he could beat The

        Stephanie then introduced next Sunday's HEAT host, the man who will
        interview The Rock and then beat him for the Federation Title, her new
        business associate, Kurt Angle!

        Angle said it was that the Joe Louis arena was famous, but not because
        it was where Stone Cold was ran down, but because it is the arena that
        Kurt Angle made his debut in! Stephanie said she would lead Kurt to the
        title, just like she led her husband there! Then Kurt went to the ring,
        where he would team with Edge and Christian against the Hardy Boyz and
        The Rock!

        The three-way tag team main event was action-packed. The Rock came out
        with his fists flying, nailing Edge and Christian and begging Kurt Angle
        to get into the ring. Angle got the tag and pummeled The Rock, as Triple
        H watch on from his locker room. As The Rock continued to be held back
        from making the tag, Edge came in and mocked the Hardys! The Rock was
        finally able to make the tag, and Matt Hardy entered the fracas and took
        out both Edge and Christian, even nearly pinning Edge! Again, Angle got
        the tag and had several near-falls on the isolated Matt Hardy. After
        recovering from some severe blows, Matt was able to tag in The Rock! The
        Rock was a house on fire, and had Angle pinned, but the referee was
        distracted by the Hardys and Lita fighting Edge and Christian on the
        outside of the ring. When the ref turned around to make the count,
        Stephanie pulled The Rock's leg, ending the count. Then, Jeff Hardy went
        to hit Angle with a Swanton Bomb, but Stephanie hit him in the knee
        before he could! Lita saw what she did, but Stephanie took the Women's
        Champions and slammed her into the ring stairs!

        When all was said and done, Kurt Angle pinned The Rock for the win, with
        a lot of help from his partner Stephanie! The two celebrated as RAW went
        off the air!


        >> NITRO REPORT
        By WCW.COM

        Mark Jindrak and Sean O'Haire d. The Boogie Knights
        The show started out with a match for the WCW World Tag Team Titles.
        DISQO and Wright talked smack on the mic before the action got underway.
        The challengers came out strong, sending their bigger opponents around
        the ring with quick, double-teaming maneuvers. After the patented double
        leapfrog, Jindrak and O'Haire took over on DISQO, with Jindrak bringing
        the Knight off the top with a huge Frankensteiner. Mickey Jay was
        knocked to the canvas as DISQO delivered the Chartbuster. Kronik ran in
        and gave both Boogie Knights the High Time, setting Jindrak and O'Haire
        up to retain their gold.

        Backstage, Kevin Nash told the Natural Born Thrillers to go talk to The
        Cat and not to book him for a match on the show.

        Outside, Goldberg arrived to the arena on his motorcycle.

        Backstage, The Thrillers came into The Cat's office. Sanders got a
        little overzealous and booked a match with Kevin Nash against Sting.
        Miller went one step further and made it a Lumberjack Match.

        Team Canada with Major Gunns d. Lieutenant Loco, Sgt. A-WALL, and
        Corporal Cajun
        Storm said the country of Australia was wearing thin on his nerves. He
        demanded that the Canadian national anthem play, but it was interrupted
        by the music of The MIA. A-WALL, Cajun, and Loco came to the ring, but
        conspicuous by his absence was their leader, General Rection. As the
        match got underway, Rection ran in from the crowd, pulling Storm off the
        apron to brawl, before WCW officials took the General to the back. Loco
        made a hot tag with A-WALL, who cleaned house on the entire Team Canada.
        With Loco back in, the Canadians once again gained the advantage. All
        six men hit the ring, with Duggan and A-WALL fighting up the aisle.
        Prime Time was put through a table on the outside. Major Gunns slid a
        chair into Cajun, but it backfired as it was dropkicked into his face.
        In the end, Storm took the win for his team after applying the single
        leg crab.

        Handicapped Match
        No Contest - "The Franchise" Shane Douglas with Torrie Wilson vs. The
        Filthy Animals
        Douglas bragged to the crowd that the United States defeated the
        Australians in every event in the Olympics. He challenged Konnan and the
        rest of The Animals to come to the ring for a handicapped match. The
        Filthy Animals came out and accepted, with Konnan promising to show
        Torrie what a real man was all about. In the ring, The Animals
        brutalized Shane as Tygress and Rey gave him a dual "face full of
        stuff". The Franchise pulled out mace and sprayed Konnan and Mysterio in
        the eyes before he and Torrie ran Tygress into the metal guardrail. With
        Konnan handcuffed to the ropes, Rey was destroyed, with only Charles
        Robinson there to try and cover him from more punishment.

        Backstage, as Palumbo and Stasiak argued about their loss to Goldberg
        last week, Kevin Nash arrived, telling them to shake hands and get over

        Backstage, Billy Kidman arrived and helped the medics load Rey Mysterio
        into an ambulance.

        "That 70's Guy" Mike Awesome and Crowbar d. The Perfect Event
        Big Sexy sat down with the announcers to add color to the commentary.
        Crowbar and Awesome worked over Palumbo early, squashing him with a
        moonsault and big splash combo for a near fall. That 70's Guy took to
        the air with a dive over the ropes to the outside, bringing Stasiak and
        Palumbo to the floor. Crowbar was in trouble as the Perfect Event
        doubled on him on their side of the ring. "Perfectshawn" delivered a
        superplex off the top turnbuckle on Awesome, but dropped the ball as he
        hit Palumbo on accident after Mike ducked a punch. Awesome got the
        pinfall on Stasiak for the win, prompting "Coach" Nash to enter the
        ring. He forced his two men to hug in the ring, even though they were
        hot at each other.

        Backstage, Shane Douglas challenged Booker T to a match for later in the
        show. Torrie called Pamela a bitch before walking away, to which Pam
        replied that it "took one to know one."

        Backstage, David Flair asked Mike Sanders to book him in a DNA Match
        against Buff Bagwell. Sanders said he would at Havoc, but told Flair
        that he had a different job for him later in the show.

        Kwee Wee with Paisley d. Johnny The Bull
        As the bell rang, Kwee Wee backed Johnny into the corner, bringing him
        out with a monkey flip. The Bull seemed to have injured his ankle on the
        move, giving Kwee Wee the opportunity to cover and score the quick win.

        Interview: The Cat
        Miller came out and immediately told Mark Madden that he "hated his fat
        ass." The commissioner and Ms. Jones proceeded to dance all over the
        ring, before Miller called for the music to stop. He called Mike Sanders
        to the ring, saying that they needed to put an end to the "dual
        commissioners." Sanders said that he would not fight The Cat on Nitro,
        but would face him for the commissioner's job at Halloween Havoc. After
        an exchange of insults, Kronik came out to take out The Cat. Goldberg's
        music played, and as Adams and Clark turned around on the stage to face
        him, he came through the crowd and headed into the ring. Goldberg told
        Kronik that they were both "next."

        WCW World Title Match
        Booker T d. "The Franchise" Shane Douglas with Torrie Wilson
        Scott Steiner joined the announcers at ringside, putting Torrie Wilson
        down. Backstage, Konnan told Tygress to wait in the back, as he had
        something to take care of. Booker started off on the offense, dropping
        Douglas to the mat twice with two big sidekicks. T brought Shane to the
        outside, but was reversed on a whip to the guardrail, slamming into it
        himself. Douglas focused on the upper body and neck of Booker, slowing
        the champion down. Booker fired back with a scissors kick, a sidekick,
        and a spinarooni. Kidman came out and grabbed Douglas, but was knocked
        off the apron and into Midajah at ringside. Steiner took exception and
        blasted Kidman from behind. Konnan and Jarrett joined the brawl outside
        the ring, as Booker hit the Bookend for the win over Douglas.

        Pamela Paulshock Interview: Scott Steiner with Midajah and Jeff Jarrett
        Midajah berated Billy Kidman in a different language, as Steiner echoed
        her sentiments in English. Big Poppa told Kidman that he would pay for
        running into Midajah. Jeff Jarrett told Konnan that he would put him in
        the hospital next to Mysterio.

        Goldberg d. David Flair
        The Nature Boy Ric Flair joined the commentators at ringside, as David
        awaited his opponent. Goldberg's music played, and the mystery was over.
        The young Flair jumped Bill from behind, but was immediately speared to
        the canvas. One Jackhammer for the road, and the streak continued. After
        Goldberg left the ring, Flair got up to help his son.

        Pamela Paulshock Interview: Billy Kidman and Konnan
        Kidman said he would take the challenge from Steiner. Konnan told
        Jarrett that he was going to take out his anger for Douglas on The
        Chosen One.

        "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner with Midajah d. Billy Kidman
        Big Poppa beat up an Australian fan at ringside before locking up with
        Kidman. Steiner used his power to his advantage, whipping Billy hard
        from corner to corner. After delivering a Samoan drop from the top rope,
        the Steiner Recliner was all that was needed to give Scott Steiner
        another check in the win column.

        "The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett d. Konnan with Tygress
        As Konnan went through his pre match ritual on the mic, Jarrett
        attacked, getting this challenge match underway. The Chosen One brought
        a chair across Konnan's back several times on the outside, before
        heading back in. Tygress set up to deliver a "face full of stuff" on
        Jarrett, but Douglas came out and grabbed her by the hair. She slapped
        Torrie and Shane across the face, before getting blasted by Jarrett's
        guitar after Konnan ducked out of the way from Jeff's attack. The Chosen
        One brought K-Dogg down with The Stroke to get the 1-2-3. Jarrett
        applied the Scorpion Deathlock after the match in yet another attempt to
        get under Sting's skin.

        A clip was shown of Kevin Nash's visit to one of Australia's brewing
        companies. At the end of the day, the higher ups designed Big Sexy his
        very own Bottle label for "Big Sexxxxy Brew."

        Lumberjack Match
        "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash d. Sting
        Nash backed Sting into the corner on the first lockup, delivering a
        series of big knees and elbows. The Stinger slid down the back of Nash
        on a bodyslam attempt, throwing some heavy punches to the head of the
        "coach." Sting was able to turn Nash over in the Scorpion Deathlock, but
        The Natural Born Thrillers pulled their mentor to the ropes for the
        break. On a splash attempt, Sting was caught with a huge boot to the
        face, swinging the match back into Big Sexy's hands. Scott Steiner ran
        to ringside and jumped on Booker T, prompting the entire locker room to
        brawl from ringside to the back. Charles Robinson was knocked down in
        the ring, as Jeff Jarrett snuck up to ringside with his guitar. When
        Sting ran in for another splash, Nash ducked and Jeff took the
        six-stringer over The Stinger's head. Big Sexy fell on top of Sting just
        as Robinson awoke to count the tainted three-count.
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