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WCW Bash at the Beach - July 11, 1999

Place : Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Ernest Miller def. Disco Interno with the Standing Red Show Side Kick.

Rick Steiner def. Van Hammer with the Steiner Bulldog, to retain the Television Title.

David Flair  def. Dean Malenko via Pinfall, to retain the United States Title.

Elimination Match: The No Limit Soldiers (w/Chase, 4x4) def. The West Texas Rednecks.

Junkyard Hardcore Invitational Match: Winner - Fit Finlay
Finlay received the Hardcore Champion trophy.

The Triad def. Chris Benoit and Perry Saturn with the combination of Greetings from Asbury Park and Diamond Cutter, to retian the Tag Team Titles.

10 Round Boxing Match: Buff Bagwell (w/Judge Judy Bagwell) def. Roddy Piper (w/Ric Flair)

Sid Vicious and Randy Savage def. Kevin Nash and Sting with Savage's Big Elbow, with Savage capturing the Heavyweight Title.

Credit: RWIN
 

WWF King of the Ring - June 27, 1999

Place: Greensboro, NC
 

King of the Ring Tournament -- First Round:

X-Pac d. Hardcore Holly by DQ when Holly was caught using a chair.

Kane d. Paul Wight after using a chair taken from Holly.

Billy Gunn d. Ken Shamrock when the referee stopped the match due to Shamrock spitting up blood. Shamrock was selling the beating from Steve Blackman during Heat.

Jesse James d. Chyna with the pumphandle slam. James countered a Chyna low blow by wearing a metal cup.

Hardy Boyz d. The Brood (Edge/Christian) when Gangrel accidentally spit his "blood" on Edge instead of the intended Hardy. The Hardys are now #1 contenders to the tag team titles.

King of the Ring Tournament -- Semifinals

Billy Gunn d. Kane after Paul Wight hit Kane with a chair.

X-Pac d. Jesse James with the X-Factor.

Undertaker d. The Rock with the Tombstone in a close match to retain the WWF World title.

King of the Ring Tournament Final:

Billy Gunn d. X-Pac after hitting the Famouser from the top rope in a surprisingly clean match.

Vince & Shane McMahon d. Steve Austin to win control of the WWF when Shane was able to climb the ladder and get the briefcase suspended from the top. Shane had tried to get out of the match by faking an injury. Steve Blackman was selected by Vince to be Shane's replacement, but Shane was caught healthy by GTV and forced to wrestle by Shawn Michaels. Several times when Austin attempted to get the briefcase, it was raised by an unknown party.

Source: RSPW-I
 
 

ECW Hardcore Heaven - May 16, 1999

Place: Poughkeepsie, NY
 

Taz def. Chris Candido with the Tazmission at approx. 1:30 to defend the ECW World title. Taz was then attacked by the Dudley Boys.

The Dudley Boys def. Balls Mahoney and Spike Dudley at 8:00 by hitting Mahoney with 3D.

Super Crazy def. Taka Michinoku at 9:28 with a jumping bomb.

Yoshihiro Tajiri def. Little Guido at 11:05 with a brainbuster.

Lance Storm def. Tommy Dreamer at approx. 14:00 after hitting a top-rope spin kick with a trashcan to the head.

Rob Van Dam def. Jerry Lynn at 26:55 with the Five Star Frog Splash to defend the ECW TV title.

Sid def. Justin Credible at 1:58 when Credible was disqualified after Lance Storm interfered. Sabu had attempted to help Sid, but was restrained by security as the athletic commission "banned" him from the event.

Taz def. Buh Buh Ray Dudley at 12:18 with the Tazmission, in an impromptu match with "FTW" rules (falls count anywhere). It was unclear whether his
titles were on the line, but it would be within Taz's character to say they were.

Source: RSPW-I
 
 

WCW Slamboree - May 9, 1999

Raven & Saturn def. Rey Misterio Jr. & Billy Kidman plus the Horsemen in a 3-way match after Kanyon interferred with a DDT. New WCW tag team champions.

Konnan def. Stevie Ray after Mysterio interferred.

Bam Bam Bigelow def. Brian Knobbs after a suplex onto a table in a King of Hardcore match.

Rick Steiner def. Booker T. for the WCW TV title.

Gorgeous George def. Charles Robinson. Savage is now back in the promotion.

Scott Steiner def. Buff Bagwell after Rick Steiner interferred with a chairshot on Buff. The two brothers are back together.

Ric Flair def. Roddy Piper after using an 'international' object. Bischoff later came out and said Piper won the match, reversing the decision. Piper then 'fired' Flair. This should be cleared up on Nitro.

Goldberg def. Sting by DQ after Bret Hart hit Goldberg with a chair.

Kevin Nash def. DDP becoming the new WCW world champion.
 
 

WCW Spring Stampede - April 11, 1999
Place: Tacoma, Washington

Juventud Guerrera def. Blitzkreig at 11:12 following a Juvi Driver from the top rope.

Bam Bam Bigelow def. Hak by placing Hak in Greetings from Asbury Park through a table at 11:33.

Scotty Riggs def. Mikey Whipwreck with a Fivearm (flying forearm) at 7:03.

Konnan def. Disco Inferno at 9:16 with Disco's own Last Dance move at 9:16.

Rey Misterio Jr. def. Billy Kidman at 15:30 with a top rope Hurricanrana to retain the WCW Cruiserweight title.

Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko def. Saturn and Raven when Benoit hit Raven with the swan-dive headbutt at 14:10.

Scott Steiner def. Booker T after using a foreign object at 14:27 to win the WCW US title.

Goldberg def. Kevin Nash with the Jackhammer at 7:45

Diamond Dallas Page def. Hollywood Hogan, Sting, and Ric Flair in a four corners match by pinning Flair following a Diamond Cutter at 17:25.  Page is the new WCW World champion.  Hogan left in mid-match with an apparent knee injury.
 
 

WWF Wrestlemania XV - March 28, 1999
Place: Philadelphia, PA on March 28, 1999

Hardcore Holly def. Al Snow and Billy Gunn in a three-way match to win the WWF
Hardcore title by pinning Al Snow after Gunn hit Snow with a Rocker Dropper on
a chair.

Owen Hart and Jeff Jarrett def. D-Lo Brown and Test to retain the WWF Tag Team
titles.  Brown and Test were a team by being the last two participants in a
battle royale held on Sunday Night Heat.  Hart and Jarrett won when Jarrett
dropkicked Brown off the top rope while Test was distracted by Ivory and PMS.
Brown and Test fought afterward.

Ed "Butterbean" Esch def. Bart Gunn in a Brawl For All match by knockout midway
through the first round with a very solid right hand.

Mankind def. Paul Wight by DQ in a match to determine the special referee for the
world title match after Wight chokeslammed Mankind on two steel chairs.
Afterwards, Wight choked McMahon then hit him after McMahon slapped him.
McMahon would then have Wight arrested for assault and he was taken away by
"police".  However, Mankind was in no condition to referee and McMahon would
later name himself special referee.

Jesse James def. Goldust, Ken Shamrock, and Val Venis in a four-way elimination
match to retain the WWF Intercontinental title.  Shamrock and Venis were both
counted out when they fought on the floor then James pinned Goldust while
Goldust was distracted by Ryan Shamrock, who had apparently accidentally
tripped Goldust.  Following the match, Goldust and Blue Meanie apparently ended
their relationship with Ryan.

Kane def. Hunter Hearst Helmsley by DQ when Chyna turned on Kane and hit him with
a chair.  Helmsley then hit Kane with the Pedigree on the chair.  Before the
match, Kane was attacked by The Famous Chicken, who was unmasked as Pete Rose
and then Tombstoned by Kane.

Sable def. Tori to retain the WWF Women's title with a Sablebomb after Nicole
Bass helped by press slamming Tori while the referee was out.

Shane McMahon def. X-Pac to retain the WWF European title after Hunter Hearst
Helmsley turned on X-Pac by hitting him with the Pedigree while Chyna
distracted the referee.

Undertaker def. Big Bossman in a Hell in the Cell match following a Tombstone.
Undertaker and The Brood then hung Bossman from the cage as it was raised by
Paul Bearer.

Steve Austin def. Rocky Maivia with a Stone Cold Stunner to win the WWF World
title.  Before the match, Shawn Michaels came out and declared that WWF rules
only allow the commissioner to assign officials for Wrestlemania matches and
sent McMahon back to the dressing room and assigned a regular referee to
officiate the match.  The count was made by Mankind, who had returned and went
to the ring after three officials were knocked out.  Austin then celebrated his
victory with Earl Hebner and several Steveweisers.


 
 

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