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December 12, 1999 - Fort Lauderdale, Florida
National Car Rental Arena

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Sunday Night Heat Match
Al Snow def. Test via Pinfall

Match #1 - Tag Team Battle Royal
"The Acolytes"
(Faarooq & Bradshaw)
def. "The Hardy Boyz"
(Matt & Jeff Hardy)
"The Dudley Boyz"
(D-Von & Bubba Ray Dudley)
Edge & Christian
"Too Cool"

(Scotty 2 Hotty & Grandmaster Sexay)
The Godfather & Mark Henry
"The Headbangers"

(Mosh & Thrasher)
"The Mean Street Posse"
(Rodney & Pete Gas)
Notes: Faarooq tossed Pete Gas to eliminate the Posse at 1:49 (Joey Abs got involved too), Godfather eliminated Mosh at 2:37, Acolytes tossed Mark Henry at 3:18, Christian tossed Too Cool at 4:46, D-Von eliminated Edge from outside at 6:06, Matt eliminated D-Von at 7:52, and Faarooq eliminated Jeff at 10:53.

Match #2
Kurt Angle def. "Lethal Weapon" Steve Blackman via Pinfall (6:56)
Notes: Lawler, a Cleveland Browns fan, again made derogatory comments about the Steelers. Kurt Angle's hometown of Pittsburgh just gives him that opening every match. People actually chanted "boring" during this match at one point, and J.R. even acknowledged it on the air. Blackman was a sore loser and hit Kurt with some nunchucks.

Match #3 - WWF Women's Championshp - Four Corners Evening Gown Pool Match
Miss Kitty
def. Ivory
Barbara Bush

Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Fabulous Moolah and Mae Young were poolside for this match. Miss Kitty won the match and celebrated by taking off her clothes! Unfortunately, Mae Young tried to do the same.

Match #4
"The Hollys"
(Hardcore & Crash Holly)
def. Rikishi & Viscera via Pinfall (4:23)
Notes: Hardcore pinned Rikishi after Viscera hit him. It was an accident, but Rikishi got in Viscera's face and the two fought back to the locker room.

Match #5 - WWF European Championship
Val Venis
def. The British Bulldog
w/Mean Street Posse
D'Lo Brown
via Pinfall (8:18)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- The ref sent the Posse back to the dressing room before the match. D'Lo frog splashed Bulldog, but Val came off the other corner onto D'Lo. Val then pinned Bulldog.

Match #6 - Steel Cage Match
def. X-Pac via Pinfall (8:12)
Notes: Kane could only pin X-Pac, but Punk could win via pinfall or leaving the cage.

Match #7 - WWF Intercontinental Championship
Chris Jericho
def. Chyna
w/Miss Kitty
via Submission (10:21)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Yes! Y2J made Chyna tap out to the Walls of Jericho!

Match #8 - WWF World Tag Team Championship
"The Rock & Sock Connection"
(Mankind & The Rock)
def. "The New Age Outlaws"
(Road Dogg & Billy Gunn)
via DQ (16:25)
Notes: Just as Rock was going to win the match, Al Snow showed up and attacked the Rock. The assault caused the disqualification. Rock did get to give Snow the People's Elbow.

Match #9 - WWF World Heavyweight Championship
The Big Show
def. The Big Boss Man
w/Prince Albert
via Pinfall (3:12)
Notes: Big Show finally got his hands on the Boss Man, and it didn't take long for him to destroy the former corrections officer.

Match #10 - No Holds Barred Match
Triple H def. Vince McMahon via Pinfall (29:45)
Notes: This is the infamous match where Stephanie turned on her father, and joined with Triple H. At one point during the match, Mankind came out with a shopping cart full of items for Vince to use. At the end, Vince was about to hit Hunter with the sledgehammer when Stephanie entered the ring and wanted to do it. Vince gave her the sledge, but she hesitated and Hunter grabbed it. He used it on Vince and won the match. Stephanie attended to Vince while Triple H came up from behind and was about to hit her with the sledge. But then Steph stood up and smiled, and she and Hunter embraced before the stunned crowd. It was a setup all along.

Commentary:Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler
w/Lilian Garcia, Michael Cole, Kevin Kelly
Spanish: Carlos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
Ring Announcer:Howard Finkel
Referees/Officials:Jimmy Korderas, Tim White, Chad Patton, Teddy Long, Earl Hebner, Tom Prichard, Tony Garea, Sgt. Slaughter, etc.

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