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Post subject: WWF Monday Night RAW Results  PostPosted: Dec 28, 2017 - 11:48 AM

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WWF Monday Night RAW Results (Attitude Era Circa 1998) - On Center, Syracuse, NY

Commentators: Jim Ross & Jerry "The King" Lawler
Interviews: Kevin Kelly
Ring Announcer: Lilian Garcia
Referees: Mike Chioda, Tim White & Earl Hebner

Opening pyrotechnics

The camera pans over the sold out crowd. We see tons of homemade signs for various wrestlers. We also see a heightened security presence once more due to the ongoing ECW intrusion issues.

1. Scorpio vs. Mr. Aguila

Mr. Aguila usually does his talking in Spanish, but his promo this evening was in English for the benefit of his opponent Scorpio (aka Flash Funk) who he severely belittled in the ring before their match introductions. The Mexican luchador claimed that he could beat Scorpio every which way possible. Apparently Mr. McMahon was listening in the back and decided to hold Aguila accountable for his boast . The Boss came out and changed their bout to a Hardcore Match. Neither Aguila nor Scorpio seemed comfortable with the new stipulations, but used whatever objects they could find beneath the ring in an attempt to defeat one another. At one point, Scorpio slid a folding table into the ring and leaned it upright in a corner. The strategy would ultimately backfire and prove to be his undoing. Aguila reversed a whip into the table and then drove Scorpio right through it with a Corner Drop Kick to gain the winning pinfall at 8:33.

Backstage segment - Mr. McMahon's Office

McMahon is in a meeting with his corporate stooges Pat Patterson and Gerald Brisco discussing the ECW problem. The Boss tells his cronies that he has a surprise in store for them this evening and calls down to the production truck. We hear him say, "Do we have a live feed in place yet ?" McMahon gets his answer, smiles and hangs up the phone. He turns to Brisco and says, "What goes around comes around."

2. Matt Hardy (w/ Brother Jeff & Michael Hayes) vs. "The Vampire Warrior" Gangrel of the Brood (w/ Edge & Christian)

This is a Grudge Match stemming from an incident in which Matt blinded Christian with Gangrel's goblet of blood leading to Droz & Prince Albert's tag team victory over the Brood during last week's episode of RAW . The Vampire Warrior was a heavy favorite to win this contest after racking up bonus points for cutting a terrific backstage promo and then jumping his opponent from behind while Matt was being interviewed by Kevin Kelly. Once the bout finally got under way, Edge proved to be a nuisance by constantly interfering. Christian also contributed to the cause by distracting Referee Tim White which enabled Gangrel to clobber Matt with his goblet. The Vampire Warrior then finished off Hardy with his Impaler (Implant DDT) soon after. The time of the match was 5:51.

Backstage segment

The roving cameraman is following the Jackyl from a distance so as not to be detected. The covert surveillance captures the Truth Commission's unsavory manager quietly unlocking a side door to the On Center. The Jackyl peeks around for any witnesses to the deed. Satisfied that his actions went unseen, he sneaks off into the shadows.

3. Table Match - Vader vs. Chainz of the Disciples of the Apocalypse (w/ "Precious" Paul Ellering, 8-Ball & Skull)

There are no pinfalls, DQs, submissions or count outs. The match is simply won by putting your opponent through a table. Chainz got off to a great start thanks in large part to the endless distractions that his corner men provided. Ellering and company took things a little too far, however, and were ordered to return to the back by Senior Official Earl Hebner. The momentum of the match immediately swung in Vader's favor. A pair of crushing Head Butts dazed the 6' 8" Chainz who then found himself being hoisted up onto his opponent's shoulders in a Fireman's Carry position. Vader then ended things by sending Chainz through a table with a Samoan Drop/Fallaway Slam at 10:15.

In Ring Segment

"No chance in hell" theme music brings out Mr. McMahon, Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson. The Boss directs everyone's attention to the jumbo Titantron screen. An image of a wrestling ring suddenly comes into focus. It becomes obvious that this is not a WWF event, but rather the ECW "CyberSlam" pay-per-view being held at the ECW Arena in Philadelphia, PA. There is a tag team match in progress pitting Taz & Sabu against the Dudley Boyz. We can hear Joey Styles and Joel Gertner on commentary calling the action. Suddenly there is a commotion with several wrestlers running into the ring including "The Most Dangerous Man in the World" Ken Shamrock, Hawk & Animal of L.O.D. 2000, the Godfather, Droz and Bradshaw. The WWF contingent put a beat down on their ECW counterparts until they are run off by security personnel and several other ECW wrestlers rushing in from the back. The live feed abruptly cuts off. There are some chants of "ECW !" but most fans are cheering for the WWF's bold retaliation. McMahon then says, "Mr. Heyman, when you mess with the bull, you get the horns !" and returns to the back with Patterson and Brisco in tow.

4. Falls Count Any Where Match - Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie vs. The New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg Jesse James & "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn) of D-Generation X

Anything goes in this one ! Unlike Aguila and Scorpio in our first contest, these four men are very adept at using weapons of all shapes and sizes to dish out the punishment on their adversaries. The path of destruction from this all-out-brawl weaved and meandered its way backstage throughout the On Center sending WWF crewmen and arena attendants scattering in every direction. The four-man slobberknocker eventually broke apart into two separate skirmishes. Chainsaw Charlie and Road Dogg ended up in the locker room with both men taking turns ramming one another into the wall of a shower stall all the while while being drenched under the scalding hot spray. Billy Gunn and Cactus Jack some how found themselves outside battling on the loading dock. Cactus catapulted Billy face-first into the side of the WWF's tractor trailer equipment truck and scored the pinfall with Referee Mike Chioda racing into camera shot to make the three count at 16:40.

Backstage segment - Kevin Kelly interview with "Beauty & the Beast" (aka Dan "The Beast" Severn and Terri Runnels)

Terri and Severn were making their case for a European title shot against The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust when the Beast was abruptly laid out by a chair shot from the defending Champion. Goldust then got right up into Terri's face with the two engaging in a heated confrontation. Mr. McMahon and WWF Commissioner Sergeant Slaughter quickly intervened. The Boss declared that Goldust would indeed be defending the European championship at the WWF's upcoming "Bad Blood" pay-per-view, but also added that his challenger would be determined by the winner of the upcoming match between Severn and Faarooq.

5. Dan "The Beast" Severn (w/ "Beauty" aka Terri Runnels) vs. Faarooq of the Nation of Domination (w/ D'Lo Brown)

Goldust's attack cost Severn 200 points to help make Faarooq the favorite to win their match. Terri added to her man's woes by accidentally spraying perfume into Severn's eyes once the bout had gotten under way. Everything seemed to be going Faarooq's way until The Rock came down to ringside. This was indeed and interesting development given the recent falling out between the two over the Nation of Domination's leadership and direction. Despite their spat, the Rock seemed firmly behind Faarooq's efforts tonight and got in a few cheap shots on Severn when Referee Tim White's back was turned. The Brahma Bull dismissed D'Lo from ringside, telling him "I've got this" and "take the rest of the night off" while continuing to shout encouragement to Faarooq from his corner. Once Brown had returned to the back, though, the Rock revealed his true intentions. With the official spilled to the canvas during a Spinebuster off the ropes on Severn, the Brahma Bull snuck into the ring and planted Faarooq into the mat with the Rock Bottom (Falling Side Slam). He then dragged the Beast on top of Faarooq and high-tailed it out of the ring just as Referee Tim White was shaking out the cobwebs to crawl over and make the three count at 7:13. Dan Severn will face The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust at Bad Blood for the European Championship.

Backstage segment - Mr. McMahon's Office

McMahon, Brisco and Patterson are still chirping over the WWF's disruption at the ECW pay-per-view. McMahon has a smug look on his face and says to Brisco, "You call that a pay-per-view ?? What did they have there, like a thousand people ?? Gimme a break ! Our house shows at high school gyms have bigger crowds than that !" A voice then comes over the intercom on his phone and says, "Mr. McMahon, you have a call. Paul Heyman is on Line 1 for you." There is a smattering of chuckles among the Boss and his associates. McMahon picks up the phone, laughs and hangs up on Heyman.

6. Owen Hart (in yellow & black "Danger" attire) vs. Hunter Hearst Helmsley of D-Generation X (w/ "The Ninth Wonder of the World" Chyna)

Wrestling machine Owen Hart was well received during his ring entrance in Syracuse this evening to boost his total by 75 points. Not to be outdone, his opponent Triple H also added to his score thanks in large part to the popularity of his "Let's get ready to suck it !" catchphrase. (In typical DX fashion, the slogan was meant to parody Michael Buffer's famous "Let's get ready to rumble !" intro that the ring announcer often performs for rival WCW's Main Events.) Hart's chances were further enhanced by a roll on his Savvy modifier, but Helmsley did him one better in that regard by countering with "Ally Interference" which brings us to the pugnacious Chyna. Not only did the "Ninth Wonder of the World" flatten Hart with a DDT on the floor when the action moved OOR, she also contributed directly to Helmsley's victory by interferring with Owen's Sunset Flip attempt into the ring from the apron. With Chyna's help, Triple H was able to maintain his balance and sit on Owen's chest, all the while holding onto the top rope for additional leverage to pin Hart's shoulders to the mat at 10:08.

"Bad Blood" Pay-Per-View Promo

We see highlights of matches from previous "Bad Blood" events over the years followed by a montage of clips promoting the European Title Match between The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust and his challenger Dan "The Beast" Severn. We're shown Goldust's chair shot on Severn from earlier this evening as well as the heated exchange that ensued between the Champ and Terri Runnels before fading to the "Bad Blood" logo:

7. The "Phenom" Undertaker vs. WWF Hardcore Champion The Big Boss Man (w/ Mr. McMahon & the Big Show)

This is a non-title match. The Big Boss Man was joined by his Big Trouble tag team partner the Big Show and Mr. McMahon for a pre-match interview with Kevin Kelly. As it turned out, the Big Show did most of the talking which centered around him issuing a challenge to the Undertaker to face him at "Bad Blood". When it came time for the Deadman's promo (and answer), the 'Taker gladly accepted the invitation on the one condition that it be a Buried Alive Match. Fully aware of what the Undertaker was capable of, Mr. McMahon seemed very apprehensive to the notion, however the Big Show agreed to the stipulation. With their pay-per-view match now firmly set and his competitive fire stoked, the Deadman took out his fury on the Big Boss Man. The former prison guard from Cobb County inflicted a lot of damage during the match with his signature Nightstick, but went down for the count in the end. The Boss Man was dazed after being sent crashing into the Big Show who was up on the apron attempting to interfere, and finished off with the Undertaker's Tombstone Piledriver moments later at 12:36.

After the match, Mr McMahon stayed behind to address his reservations regarding the Undertaker and Big Show's Buried Alive Match at "Bad Blood". Given the dangerous nature of the contest, he expressed serious concern for the well being of both participants and pleaded that they reconsider. Suddenly, ECW's Sandman, Balls Mahoney and Rhyno raced down the aisle and corned Mr. McMahon in the ring. The trio seemed poised to attack when "HBK" Shawn Michaels and his D-Generation X contingent of Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Billy Gunn and Road Dogg all charged to the rescue. DX ran off the intruders leaving Michaels and the Boss remaining in the ring. A shaken Mr. McMahon straightened his tie and paused to regain his composure. "I didn't expect that from you, Shawn," McMahon said humbly, "Not after what I did to you last week on RAW. Trust me when I say that you and your crew will all find something extra in your paychecks this week as a token of my appreciation. I owe you that much .... and I also owe you an apology." McMahon extended his hand, and Michael's shook it as the fans cheered. HBK then played to the crowd a little bit before suddenly laying out McMahon with his Sweet Chin Music Superkick. Michaels stood over the prone Boss and said, "And I owed you that much, Vince !" HBK gave a couple of crotch chops and then left the ring to Degeneration X's theme music as we fade to black with the WWF logo:

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Post subject: WWF Shotgun Saturday Night Results  PostPosted: Dec 31, 2017 - 07:39 AM

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WWF Shotgun Saturday Night Results (Attitude Era Circa 1998) - Gund Arena, Cleveland, OH

Commentators: Michael Cole & Jim Cornette
Interviews: Kevin Kelly
Ring Announcer: Tony Chimel
Referees: Mike Sparks, Teddy Long & Jim Korderas

Backstage segment

Kevin Kelly bumps into Jerry "The King" Lawler who is giving Brian "Too Sexy" Christopher a pep talk regarding his upcoming match tonight. Kelly asks where Christopher's "Too Much" tag team partner Scott "Too Hot" Taylor is. "How the heck should I know ??" the King snaps at him, "Wherever he is, he can stay there for all I care !" Kelly notes that Taylor usually accompanies Too Sexy to the ring for Christopher's matches. "Yeah, well, how's that worked out so far, Kevin Kelly ??" the King rhetorically asks, "I'll be in Brian's corner tonight ! Now hit the road and mind your own business ! " Kelly persists in questioning Lawler further. "Why have you taken such a personal interest in Brian Christopher's career ?" Lawler's patience with Kelly is clearly wearing thin. "Because I see potential in him, that's why !" the King answers, "And as long as he stays with that clown Scott Taylor, it's wasted potential if you ask me ! Now leave us alone ! Brian's got a big match tonight against a top opponent that I've hand-picked for him and he's got to prepare !"

1. Men's Teioh of Kaienta (w/ Yamaguchi-San & Sho Funaki) vs. Jesus Castillo of Los Boricuas (w/ Savio Vega & Flag of Puerto Rico)

This battle is a continuation of the "Gang Wars" feud between the Japanese faction Kaientai and the Latino group know as Los Boricuas. The origins of the squabble can be traced back to the "Judgement Day" pay-per-view in which Los Boricuas disrupted a Ladder Match pitting Taka Michinoku against Sho Funaki for the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship. Teioh had a slight edge in points going into this contest despite his Technical Modifier essentially being offset by Castillo's Cheating. The match came down to an ill-advised leap off the 2nd rope in which Castillo was caught in mid-air by Teioh and planted into the canvas with a Nodowa Bomb (Falling Chokebomb) for the three count at 6:14.

RAW Rewind Segment Entitled "The ECW Invasion"

Highlights are shown of ECW's Dudley Boyz, Taz, Sabu and Dawn Marie interfering in various WWF matches over the past several weeks, followed by Ken Shamrock, the Godfather, L.O.D. 2000, Droz and Bradshaw disrupting ECW's "CyberSlam" pay-per-view in retaliation. The segment ends with D-Generation rushing into the ring to save a cornered Mr. McMahon from the Sandman, Balls Mahoney and Rhyno.

2. Gillberg (w/ Al Snow) vs. Brian "Too Sexy" Christopher (w/ Jerry "The King" Lawler ?!)

Duane Gill, aka Gillberg (a scrawny enhancement parody of WCW's Manster Goldberg), came out with Al Snow sporting a shaved head, goatee and a J.O.B. Squad T-shirt. Flexing his muscles (or lack, thereof), Gill nearly fled to the back after being frightened by his own pyrotechnics entrance. Assured by Snow (and "Head") that he was in no imminent danger, Gillberg skittishly made his way down the aisle to face Christopher. This bout was intended to be a pure squash and an opportunity for Too Sexy to showcase his talent, but it turned out to be a highly competitive nail-biter instead. Gill came within an eyelash of scoring a pinfall after Christopher's Tennessee Jam (Leaping Leg Drop from the top rope) missed its mark. An alarmed Jerry Lawler then interjected himself into the proceedings and baited Gillberg into a verbal confrontation. Too Sexy capitalized on the distraction by catching his preoccupied foe in a School Boy Rollup for the pin at 5:03.

"Bad Blood" Pay-Per-View Promo hyping the Undertaker's Buried Alive Match against the Big Show and Dan "The Beast" Severn's European Championship Match against the Artist Formerly Known as Goldust.

3. The New Blackjacks (Blackjack Bradshaw & Blackjack Windham) vs. the Truth Commission (Recon & Sniper) w/ The Jackyl & Kurrgan the Interrogator

The Blackjacks made a big entrance after a terrific backstage promo to earn themselves 125 additional points. Bradshaw has been branching out into singles competition with marginal success as of late, but seemed much more within his element tonight having returned to tag team action. The Blackjacks dominated the contest, but outside interference kept the Truth Commission in the thick of it. The 6' 10" Kurrgan was able to sneak in several cheap shots while the Jackyl distracted Referee Jim Korderas. At one point, the Interrogator flattened Bradshaw with a Big Boot, but Korderas was still too busy arguing with the Jackyl to count the subsequent pin attempt. Sniper immediately jumped up and spun the startled official around, only to be rolled up by Bradshaw for the three count at 7:51.

RAW Promo

Jim Ross plugs the upcoming Monday Night RAW card from the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, VA. Matches include a "Guitar on a Pole Match" between Jeff Jarrett and X-Pac of D-Generation X, Dude Love vs. the Big Show, and a grudge match pitting Faarooq against The Rock in the Main Event. JR also said that there would be a special announcement from Mr. McMahon regarding who would face the Headbangers at "Bad Blood" for the WWF Tag Team Championship.

4. "Lethal Weapon" Steve Blackman (w/ Glow-In-The Dark Filipino Fighting Sticks Entrance) vs. "Marvelous" Marc Mero (w/ Jacqueline)

Steve Blackman's pre-match interview with Kevin Kelly was rudely interrupted by Jacqueline who slapped him across the face after the Lethal Weapon had made some disparaging remarks about Marc Mero. Blackman got some payback, however, by attacking Marvelous Marc before the opening bell rang. The ambush gave the Lethal Weapon the early advantage, but Blackman allowed himself to be drawn into a shouting match with Jacqueline. Mero snuck in a Low Blow to turn the tide of the bout in his favor and scored the pinfall with his TKO finisher (Fireman's Carry Cutter) at 7:15.

Backstage segment - Kevin Kelly Interview with the Godfather

The Godfather is surrounded by his girls who are flirting with Kevin Kelly. Kelly wants to get the inside scoop on the Rock/Faarooq situation within the Nation of Domination. We're shown a clip from last week's RAW of the Brahma Bull giving Faarooq the Rock Bottom during a match against Dan Severn and costing him a European Title shot against the Artist Formerly Known as Goldust at the upcoming "Bad Blood" pay-per-view. The Godfather declined to comment, stating only that the Nation would get their house in order "by any means necessary" (the stable's signature catchphrase). The Pimp Daddy seemed more interested, rather, in hooking Kelly up with some female companionship after the show; an offer that the interviewer politely turned down. The Godfather merely shrugged and said, "Pimpin' ain't easy."

5. "The Big Red Machine" Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) vs. The Godfather (w/ Entourage of "Hos")

Both grapplers got huge reactions to their entrances. The fans loved the flames blazing forth from the four corner ring posts upon Kane's command, but they equally enjoyed watching the Godfather's scantily clad, shall we say, "ladies of the evening" dancing in the ring to his funky 70's theme music. In a comical moment, the Godfather offered Kane the services of any one of his girls for the evening if the Big Red Machine would forfeit the match. Kane quietly stared at him while pulling up his gloves and clenching his fists. "Uh, I'll take that as a 'no', then ?" the Godfather said. It was just as well. None of his ladies seemed too keen on spending the night with Kane anyway. Once the gals finished strutting their stuff in the ring and exited the premises, it was time to get down to business. Both competitors had their moments as the momentum swung back and forth between them. The Godfather was able to execute his trademark Ho Train Corner Avalanche, while Kane's offense included a Tilt-A-Whirl Slam off the ropes, a Flying Clothesline and a crushing Backbreaker across the knee. The turning point of the bout came when the Pimp Daddy's fellow Nation of Domination member Mark Henry came down to ringside and tried to lend a hand by throwing powder into the Big Red Machine's eyes. Kane ducked however, leaving his opponent to take the cloud of powder to the face instead. The blinded Godfather stumbled right into a kick to the midsection and was finished off by a Tombstone Piledriver moments later. The time of the match was 12:05.
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WWF Monday Night RAW Results (Attitude Era Circa 1998) - Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA

Commentators: Jim Ross & Jerry "The King" Lawler

Interviews: Michael Cole

Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel

Referees: Chad Patton, Mike Sparks & Jack Doan

Backstage segment - Ivory Interview

Looking to make a name for herself in the WWF, newcomer Ivory was attempting to put herself over with the fans during a pre-match interview with Michael Cole when her opponent Luna Vachon and European Champion Goldust rudely barged in on them. Luna told Ivory to hit the road and immediately changed the topic of conversation to Goldust's title defense against Dan "The Beast" Severn at the upcoming Bad Blood pay-per-view. Vachon cut a scathing promo on Severn's "Barbie Doll" manager Terri Runnels and warned her not to interfere or risk "facing the consequences", the details of which she did not elaborate on.

1. Ivory vs. Luna Vachon (w/ The Artist Formerly Know as Goldust)

Goldust and Vachon's intrusion cost Ivory 50 points, but as it turned out, Luna's total would also take a hit. Apparently Terri Runnels overheard Vachon's comments and responded by pushing Goldust's valet off the ramp as Luna was making her ring entrance. Vachon took a bad spill to the floor and lost 200 points from the fall making her a heavy underdog against Ivory. Hampered and hobbling throughout the contest, Luna found herself in one pinning predicament after another. A desperation roundhouse punch from Vachon accidentally decked Referee Chad Patton after Ivory ducked at the last instant. The official wasted no time in calling for the bell and DQ'd Luna at 5:39.

Backstage segment featuring Tiger Ali Singh

Unsuccessful in soliciting the services of one of the Godfather's "hos" to provide female companionship for his Manservant Babu at a previous RAW event, Tiger Ali Singh took matters into his own hands this evening. Singh seeked out and found Sable walking around backstage. Waving a fistful of hundred dollar bills, the wealthy but vile playboy from India whispered his indecent proposal into the WWF diva's ear. Sable flirtatiously smirked, slipped the cash into her halter top and promised both Babu and Singh that they would indeed see her later on.

2. Droz vs. Tiger Ali Singh (w/ Babu)

Perhaps feeling overly anxious and inspired by his forthcoming rendezvous with Sable, Babu tried to end this match quickly by reaching into the ring and tripping Droz early in the action. The interference nearly garnered his master a victory, but Droz spoiled the subsequent pin attempt by getting a foot on the bottom rope to break Referee Mike Sparks' three count. True to her word, Sable then made her way down to ringside. Babu tried to tell her that she was too premature and to return backstage until the match was over. The diva responded by planting him with a DDT on the floor. Sable then connected with a Low Blow to Singh from behind to give Droz the pinfall at 4:27.

Backstage segment - Mr. McMahon's Office

Mr. McMahon is preparing to make his big announcement regarding who the Headbangers' opponents will be for the Tag Team Championship at the Bad Blood pay-per-view when we hear his secretary come over the intercom on his phone. "Mr. McMahon, you have call. Paul Heyman is holding for you on Line 1." The Boss rolls his eyes and reluctantly picks up the call.

Mr. McMahon: "Are we going to have more ECW run-ins tonight, Heyman ?"

Paul Heyman: "Vince, don't hang up on me ! I just want a minute of your time."

Mr. McMahon: (After a long pause) "You have 30 seconds. Make it good."

Paul Heyman: (Very slowly and deliberately) "There is money to be made here ...."

Another long pause with no response.

Paul Heyman: "Hello ?? Are you still there, Vince ??"

Mr. McMahon: "I'm listening ...."

3. Test vs. "Bombastic" Bob Holly of the New Midnight Express (w/ "Bodacious" Bart Gunn & Jim Cornette)

After Test was introduced by Ring Announcer Howard Finkel, Jim Cornette insisted upon doing the honors for "Bombastic" Bob Holly. Cornette did not take kindly to Test interrupting him, however, and ordered both Gunn and Holly to attack him before the opening bell. As a result, Test lost 100 points from the ambush. Gunn would go on to have a further impact on this bout's outcome. Bodacious Bart snuck into the ring and reversed Test's Small Package cradle while Cornette argued with Referee Jack Doan. The official finally turned around to find Bombastic Bob on top and counted the pin at 7:36.

"No chance in hell" theme music brings out Mr. McMahon with his Corporate stooges Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson to loud "Boos !"

Mr. McMahon: "It's time to announce who will face the Headbangers for the tag team titles at Bad Blood. While I initially had a specific team in mind ....

(a "New Age Outlaws" chant goes up among the capacity crowd) ..... some new developments have just come to light. And so ..... I've decided to change my mind. We're going to have a Tag Team Battle Royal instead to determine who the number one contenders will be. Let's get to it !"

4. 16-Man Tag Team Battle Royal

Stipulations are as follows: Competitors are eliminated by being sent over the top rope and out of the ring with both feet touching the floor. The tag team represented by the last man remaining in the ring shall be declared the winner with his team facing the Champion Headbangers for the WWF Tag Team Championship at Bad Blood. Competitors as chosen by Mr. McMahon included 8-Ball & Skull from the Disciples of the Apocalypse, the Hardy Boyz (Matt & Jeff), Hawk & Animal of L.O.D. 2000, the New Blackjacks (Bradshaw & Windham), Brian "Too Sexy" Christopher & Scott "Too Hot" Taylor of Too Much, Southern Justice (Dennis Knight & Mark Canterbury), D'Lo Brown & "The World's Strongest Man" Mark Henry of the Nation of Domination, and Recon & Sniper from the Truth Commission. Conspicuous by their absence, the New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg & "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn).

Order of elimination : Matt Hardy by Scott Taylor, Brian Christopher by Animal, Animal by Hawk (via accidental Clothesline), Skull by Hawk, Sniper by Jeff Hardy, Jeff Hardy by Hawk, Blackjack Windham by Mark Henry, Scott Taylor by D'Lo Brown, D'Lo Brown by Dennis Knight, Mark Canterbury by Hawk, Recon by Mark Henry, Mark Henry by Blackjack Bradshaw, Blackjack Bradshaw by 8-Ball, Hawk by 8-Ball, 8-Ball by Dennis Knight (w/ help from manager Tennessee Lee who pulled the top rope down). Southern Justice wins the Battle Royal. The time of the match was 29:58.

Backstage segment - Mr. McMahon's Office

The New Age Outlaws burst in on the Boss. They're fuming as to why they were excluded from the Tag Team Battle Royal Match. McMahon smiles and leans back in his chair.

Mr. McMahon: "There's money to be made here, boys."

Billy Gunn: "How can we make money ? We weren't in the Battle Royal Match and now we're not going to be at Bad Blood !"

Mr. McMahon: "Now hold on there, Billy. While it's true that the New Age Outlaws won't be wrestling the Headbangers for the tag team belts, I never said that you wouldn't be at Bad Blood. I have a higher purpose in mind for you and Road Dogg, and trust me when I say that you will make money - lots of money."

Road Dogg: "I'm down with that, but what are we talking about here ?"

Mr. McMahon: "The Outlaws beat Southern Justice at Judgement Day and earned a title match against the Headbangers on the following RAW."

Road Dogg: "And we would have won them damn belts, too, if the Dudley Boyz hadn't interfered ! "

Mr. McMahon: "You know what ? I think you're right, Road Dogg. I think you boys would have won the titles that night."

Road Dogg: "Damn straight !"

Mr. McMahon: "But you didn't ..... Because of the Dudley Boyz ..... In fact, as I recall, I think they gave you the Dudley Death Drop, didn't they, Billy ? How'd that feel ?"

Billy Gunn: "Let me get them in the ring and I'll show you how that felt !"

Mr. McMahon: "Precisely. What would you say if I told you boys that I can make that match happen ?"

Billy Gunn: "The Dudleyz are jumping ship to the WWF ?"

Mr. McMahon: "No, not exactly. But Paul Heyman and I are working on something special .... including The New Age Outlaws vs. the Dudley Boyz at Bad Blood. Heyman says his team is better, but I say that my team is better. Now what do you say ?"

Road Dogg: "We're in !"

5. Guitar on a Pole Match. X-Pac of D-Generation X vs. Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee)

This match is a continuation of the feud between D-Generation X and Tennessee Lee's stable. After disappointing losses to both Billy Gunn and the Road Dogg in recent weeks, Jeff Jarrett was looking for a little retribution tonight at X-Pac's expense. Jarrett's acoustic guitar was tethered atop a pole in one of the corner's of the ring. Either man could wield the guitar as a weapon to help them defeat their opponent if they could get to it first. Since climbing was involved, both competitor's Ladder Modifier points came into play to determine a winner. X-Pac had a slight edge in that regard, but it was Tennessee Lee's interference that ultimately made the difference. Lee pulled X-Pac's foot out from under him as the DX member was attempting to scale the turnbuckle to retrieve the guitar. X-Pac fell to the canvas allowing his adversary to successfully fetch the weapon. Jarrett scored the winning pinfall after coming off the top rope with an El Kabong guitar smash to his opponent's noggin just as X-Pac was getting back to his feet. The time of the fall was 12:58.

RAW Rewind

A montage of clips involving the internal friction between the Nation of Domination's Rock & Farooq. We see a clip of the Brahma Bull ducking a Faarooq Clothesline leading to the Rock's victory over Bradshaw on an episode of RAW. Next we're shown Faarooq sustaining the Rock Bottom in a loss to Dan "The Beast" Severn on another edition of RAW. Severn's victory earned him a European Title Match against the Artist Formerly Know as Goldust at Bad Blood.

6. Nation of Domination Grudge Match. Faarooq vs. WWF Intercontinental Champion the Rock

This is a non-title match. After some alleged dissension in the ranks during recent weeks, the Nation of Domination chose to settle their business inside the squared circle. Fellow Nation members D'Lo Brown, Mark Henry and the Godfather all came down to ringside for a front row seat. It soon became obvious to everyone watching that there were clearly two camps within the stable. D'Lo tripped the Rock during the proceedings while the Godfather did likewise to Faarooq. Mark Henry then showed where his allegiance was by giving the Rock a shove off the top rope when the Brahma Bull was setting himself on the turnbuckle to deliver a high risk leap. The Rock took a bad spill to the canvas with Faarooq covering him for the 1-2-3 at 11:46. While the match way have been intended to re-unify the Nation of Domination, it only succeeded in driving them further apart.

Bad Blood Promo

Announced so far:

WWF Tag Team Title Match - Challengers Southern Justice (Dennis Knight & Mark Canterbury) vs. Champion Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher)

European Title Match - Challenger Dan "The Beast" Severn (w/ "Beauty" Terri Runnels) vs. Champion The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust (w/ Luna Vachon)

Special Tag Team Challenge Match - WWF's New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg & "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn) vs. ECW's Dudley Boyz (Buh Buh Ray & D-Von Dudley)

Buried Alive Match - The Undertaker vs. the Big Show

7. Dude Love vs. the Big Show (w/ his Big Trouble tag team partner the Big Boss Man)

The Big Boss Man made an immediate impact on this match before it had even officially started. The former prison guard snuck up from behind and clubbed Dude Love over the back with his nightstick to inflict 200 points worth of damage during the Dude's ring entrance. The Boss Man struck again once the match got under way. Dude Love was attempting to give the Big Show a Suplex when the Boss Man reached into the ring and tripping him up. A loud reaction from the crowd indicated that help was on the way from the back in the form of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin ! The WWF Champ raced down the aisle and ran off the Boss Man after battling him around ringside. There were more surprises to come as the Dude began to get the upper hand on the Big Show ! "The Big Red Machine" Kane came out next. Fans were expecting to see him take the Big Show to task after Kane's run in with Big Trouble at the Judgement Day pay-per-view. As it turned out, the fickle Kane had other ideas in mind. The Big Red Machine inexplicably laid out Dude Love with a Tombstone Piledriver enabling the Big Show to gain the three count at 10:26.

Kane was returning to the back when he was confronted by an irate Steve Austin. "What the hell are you thinking, son ??" the Texas Rattlesnake demanded, "How can you help that S.O.B. when he tried to put you in the damn hospital ??" (Austin, who was the Big Red Machine's tag team partner at Judgement Day, was referring to a backstage assault by Big Trouble that nearly eliminated Kane from the Main Event.)

Kane tried to push Austin aside to get by him but Stone Cold was having none of it. "I'm talking to you dammit" Austin persisted while jabbing an accusing finger into his partner's chest, "I want an answer !" Kane's response was to grab the WWF champ by the throat and plant him onto the ramp with a vicious Chokeslam.

Jerry Lawler: "I told you Austin was making a big mistake by trusting Kane, JR ! I told you !"

Jim Ross: "That Kane is one sadistic and unpredictable individual, King ! There's no telling what he'll do !"

The camera follows the Big Red Machine backstage where he is greeted by a gloating Mr. McMahon, his cronies Pat Patterson and Gerald Brisco, and both members of Big Trouble.

Jim Ross: "What the hell is going on here, King ??"

Jerry Lawler: "I think that Kane's the newest member of Mr. McMahon's Corporation, JR !"

With that we fade to black with the WWF logo:

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WWF Monday Night RAW Results (Attitude Era Circa 1998) - The Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA

Commentators: Jim Ross & Jerry "The King" Lawler

Interviews: Lilian Garcia

Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel

Referees: Earl Hebner, Mike Chioda & Teddy Long

Opening pyrotechnics

The camera pans over the capacity crowd at the Spokane Arena. Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler hype tonight's card as well as the upcoming Bad Blood pay-per-view

1. Sunny of L.O.D. 2000 vs.Tori of D-Generation X

While Sunny won't exactly wrestle circles around anyone inside the ring, her opponent Tori is a relative newcomer to the business and is still honing her craft. Tori received an extra 100 points prior to the match thanks in large part to a great backstage interview with Lilian Garcia in which Hunter Hearst Helmsley did the bulk of the talking for her, but the bonus was offset by her opponent's popular entrance. Sunny emerged from the back to Hawk's "What a Rrrrrrrrrruuuuuuuussssssshhhhhhhhhhh !" growl wearing nothing but a red and black bikini, wrestling boots, and a set of Hawk & Animal's spiked shoulder pads much to the delight of the men in attendance. Neither of the gals were able to add to their scores with their respective Modifiers (Sunny rolled "Cheating" while Tori drew "Speed"), but Sunny did control the tempo of the match throughout. In the end, Sunny pinned her opponent with a Stunner at 3:08, but the match was more of an opportunity for the blonde beauty to entertain the crowd and draw support for her tag team of L.O.D. 2000.

Backstage segment - "In the Zone"

"The World's Most Dangerous Man" Ken Shamrock is in the locker room preparing for his match against "The Vampire Warrior" Gangrel later tonight. By the wild look in his eyes, we can see that Shamrock is "in the zone" - a catchphrase he often uses to describe when he is uber-focused on the task at hand. Most of his fellow wrestlers know to leave Shamrock alone and give him plenty of space when he is in such a state of mind, but Mr. McMahon has chosen this specific moment to confront him. "Paul Heyman has told me that his wrestler Taz can take you any time he pleases, but that we'll never know for sure because you're too much of a coward to face him in the ring one-on-one." Shamrock looks like a volcano that's ready to explode. Red-faced and hyperventilating, he gets right up in McMahon's face and clenches his fists. A crowd of wrestlers gather around them and are poised to step in and protect the Boss if need be. The tension is thick, but McMahon tells them to back off. "What would you say if I could make that match happen at Bad Blood," the Boss asks. Shamrock is so amped up that he can hardly speak and nods instead. "Consider it done," McMahon says and leaves the locker room.

2. 6 - Man Tag Team Match: Kaientai (Dick Togo, Sho Funaki & Men's Teioh) w/ Yamaguchi-San vs. Los Boricuas (Miguel Perez Jr., Jose Estrada Jr. & Jesus Castillo) w/ Savio Vega

The latest skirmish in the Kaientai/Los Boricuas feud yielded no winner. Referee Mike Chioda had the unenviable task of trying to maintain order both in and out of the ring; a feat which proved to be too difficult for one official to accomplish. Amidst the mayhem that ensued, all three members of Kaientai hit successive Splashes from the top rope onto a prone Savio Vega who had snuck into the ring during an attempt to interfere. Castillo and Perez then entered the ring to join the fray leaving Chioda no choice but to call for the bell and disqualify both teams at 7:45.

RAW Rewind

Highlights are shown from the Dude Love/Big Show Main Event from last week's RAW leading to a confrontation between WWF Champion "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and his Judgment Day tag team partner Kane in which the Texas Rattlesnake was Chokeslammed onto the ramp. We're then shown footage of the Big Red Machine being warmly received backstage by Mr. McMahon, his stooges Pat Patterson and Gerald Brisco, and the tag team of Big Trouble (The Big Show & Big Boss Man). The piece ends with Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler speculating as to whether or not Kane is now officially a member of McMahon's Corporate Stable.

3. Kurrgan the Interrogator of the Truth Commission (w/ The Jackyl & Sniper) vs. "The Big Red Machine" Kane (w/ Paul Bearer)

On paper, Kurrgan (6' 10", 350 lbs) matched up well with Kane (7' 0", 323 lbs) in size, but the Big Red Machine dominated this bout from start to finish. Botched outside interference certainly didn't help the Interrogator's cause any. Looking to capitalize on a distraction from the Jackyl, Sniper tossed a chain into the ring for Kurrgan to use but overshot his reach. Kane snatched it up off the canvas, wrapped the chain around his fist and laid out the Interrogator with a loaded punch to the kisser. Referee Teddy Long then turned around to find the Big Red Machine making the cover on his KO'd opponent and counted the pin at 4:03.

Backstage segment - Kane Interview

Lilian Garcia was attempting to interview Paul Bearer and Kane regarding the skirmish with Austin last week on RAW when the Rattlesnake rushed in and clobbered the Big Red Machine with a chair shot. WWF officials and personnel quickly intervened to separate the two. Former grappler-turned-road agent Tony Garea received a Stone Cold Stunner for his trouble. Austin was finally pulled away, but not before delivering an obscenity-laced rant that was extensively censored.

4. Hardcore Championship Match: Challenger Chainsaw Charlie vs. Champion Big Boss Man

Object Modifiers always come into play during Hardcore Matches and Chainsaw Charlie held a slight edge in that regard. Incorporating his trademark catchphrase of "Doing Hard Time", the Boss Man compensated by cutting a great promo to tack on 125 points to his score. The former prison guard from the Cobb County Correctional Facility proved that his Hardcore Championship was no fluke. While the Boss Man may not have used his signature nightstick during the contest, he did drive Charlie through a table with his Sidewalk Slam finisher to gain the three count at 9:02. The Big Boss Man successfully retains the WWF Hardcore Title.

Backstage segment - Mr. McMahon's Office

McMahon and his cronies Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson are piecing together the matches for the upcoming Bad Blood pay-per-view. They unanimously agree to have "Stone Cold" Steve Austin defend the WWF Championship against Kane, and then contemplate an Intercontinental Title Match between the Rock and Hunter Hearst Helmsley when the phone suddenly rings. McMahon's secretary tells him that Paul Heyman is calling. McMahon tables the meeting to take the call. By the gist of the conversation, we get the impression that Heyman is pitching another ECW vs. WWF matchup for the Bad Blood card. The Boss seems to like the idea, but is leery of showcasing another ECW wrestler on his pay-per-view. McMahon starts talking money, but then insists on one additional provision to make the match happen, "I want the name of the rat who contacted you behind my back that led to all those ECW run-ins."

5. "The World's Most Dangerous Man" Ken Shamrock vs. "The Vampire Warrior" Gangrel of the Brood (w/ Edge & Christian)

Gangrel was the underdog in this one right from the onset. The Vampire Warrior's pre-match interview with Lilian Garcia backstage was interrupted by the Hardy Boyz to cost him 50 points. To make matters worse, Christian accidentally clobbered Gangrel with a haymaker when Shamrock ducked once the contest had finally gotten under way to decrease his score by another 100 points. Despite all that, Lady Luck was shining on the Brood this evening and she came in the form of one Ryan Shamrock. Ken's little sister came down to ringside with a microphone to stir up some trouble with her hot-headed brother. One of the reasons Shamrock is known as "The World's Most Dangerous Man" is because of his explosive temper which can manifest itself at any given moment. Ryan knows just what buttons to push to get on her brother's bad side and boldly declared that she would be in Taz's corner at Bad Blood. Ken Shamrock immediately blew a gasket and got into a heated confrontation with his little sister OOR. In the meantime, Referee Mike Chioda laid on the ten count. Your winner via Count Out at 6:23 - Gangrel.

Backstage segment - "The People's Referee"

Lilian Garcia interviews the Rock regarding tonight's Main Event pitting Val Venis against the Nation of Domination's D'Lo Brown and featuring the Brahma Bull himself as the Special Guest Referee. Sporting an official's black and white striped shirt, the Rock refers to himself as "The People's Referee" and vows to remain impartial in "The People's Ring". When Lilian presses him about the recent turmoil involving the Nation, the Rock downplays the situation and stresses that there is unity within the ranks. He's far more interested in flirting with the pretty blonde announcer and asks her what she's doing after the show. "The Rock has been told that you like a man in uniform, Lilian. " Garcia doesn't know what to say and tries to stir the interview back on track, but the Most Electrifying Man in Sports is persistent. "You can't keep your eyes off the Rock, can you ? Sweet cream on an ice cream sandwich, girl, look at you gawking at the Rock ! You can't wait to get your hands on the Rock's Whoopi Goldberg." Lilian blushes and looks to the camera man for help as we cut to commercial.

6. Steel Cage Match - Hunter Hearst Helmsley of D-Generation X (w/ "The 9th Wonder of the World" Chyna) vs. "Marvelous" Marc Mero (w/ Jacqueline)

Stipulations: There are no pinfalls, disqualifications, count outs or submissions. The match is won by being the first to exit the cage either through the door or by climbing out.

"Marvelous" Marc Mero has been a thorn in the side of Triple H for quite some time now. Mero wasted no time in getting under Helmsley's skin once again this evening by cutting a scathing promo on the DX member prior to their cage match to earn himself an additional 75 points. Marvelous Marc wasn't done yet, however, and added another 100 points by ambushing his adversary just as Triple H was entering the cage. Helmsley rebounded somewhat by topping the Marvelous One in Cage Modifier points, and also received some timely assistance from Chyna along the way. After catching Triple H with his TKO finisher, Mero appeared as though he would successfully climb out of the cage, but stopped his ascent up the cage to perform a Moonsault off the top rope instead to inflict additional damage. Satisfied that he had sufficiently incapacitated Helmsley enough, Marvelous Marc began to climb again in earnest only to be met by Chyna at the top of the cage. The Ninth Wonder of the World sent him crashing back down to the canvas with a couple of vicious forearms to the head. Both wrestlers were now flat on their backs in the middle of the ring. Helmsley managed to get to his feet just before Mero, drove him into the mat with a Pedigree and then exited via the cage door to victory at 10:17. The win may have come at a costly price, though. Triple H appeared to have suffered a knee injury during the match and had to be assisted to the back by Chyna afterward.

Bad Blood Promo

Announced so far:

WWF Tag Team Title Match - Challengers Southern Justice (Dennis Knight & Mark Canterbury) vs. Champion Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher)

Special Challenge Match - WWF's Ken Shamrock vs. ECW's Taz

European Title Match - Challenger Dan "The Beast" Severn (w/ "Beauty" Terri Runnels) vs. Champion The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust (w/ Luna Vachon)

Special Tag Team Challenge Match - WWF's New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg & "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn) vs. ECW's Dudley Boyz (Buh Buh Ray & D-Von Dudley)

Buried Alive Match - The Undertaker vs. the Big Show

WWF Championship Match - Challenger "The Big Red Machine" Kane vs. Champion "Stone Cold" Steve Austin

7. Val Venis (w/ Ryan Shamrock) vs. D'Lo Brown of the Nation of Domination (w/ "The World's Strongest Man" Mark Henry)

Special Guest Referee: WWF Intercontinental Champion The Rock

The big question on everyone's mind was if the Rock would play any favorites while officiating this contest. (During last week's episode of RAW, both D'Lo Brown and Mark Henry helped Faarooq defeat the Rock in a non-title Intercontinental Match.) Both grapplers were awarded bonus points by the fans - Venis for a lecherous promo that featured several sexual innuendos and Brown for his thunderous "We are the Nation of Domination !" entrance. To his credit, the Rock called this one straight down the middle, folks, and strictly enforced the WWF rulebook. He could not be faulted for the controversy that would spoil the ending of what turned out to be a fairly even and highly competitive match. While the Rock was admonishing Mark Henry for attempting to interfere, Ken Shamrock raced down the aisle and tossed a Kendo Stick into the hands of a startled D'Lo Brown who immediately whacked Venis from behind with it. The Rock turned around to find Brown making the cover on his dazed opponent and counted the pin at 10:22. Ryan Shamrock vehemently protested the outcome and then threw a tantrum in the ring when the Rock refused to reverse his decision.

Backstage segment - Mr. McMahon's Office

McMahon has just returned from a consultation with the ringside physician regarding Hunter Hearst Helmsley's condition and shares the findings with Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson. The doctor has diagnosed Triple H with a hyperextended knee. Helmsley's knee is on ice and he is expected to be out-of-action for a month. "So much for the Intercontinental Title Match at Bad Blood," Patterson laments. "Not necessarily," McMahon smiles. We can see that the wheels are turning in his mind. "The Rock will defend his belt at Bad Blood alright ...... not against Helmsley, but against Faarooq. And the loser is out of the Nation of Domination."

With that, we fade to black with the WWF logo:

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