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"Final Four"

February 16, 1997 - Chattanooga, Tennessee
UTC Arena

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Free-For-All Match
"The Godwinns"
(Henry O. & Phineas I. Godwinn)
w/Hillbilly Jim
def. "The Headbangers"
(Mosh & Thrash)

Match #1
"Wildman" Marc Mero
def. Leif Cassidy via Pinfall (9:28)
Notes: Not much to say about this one.

Match #2 - Six-Man Tag Team Match
Savio Vega

w/Nation of Domination
def. Goldust
Flash Funk
Bart Gunn

w/Marlena, Funkettes
via Pinfall (6:41)
Notes: Faarooq pinned Gunn. D'Lo Brown was among the Nation members present.

Match #3 - WWF Intercontinental Championship
Rocky Maivia
def. Hunter Hearst Helmsley
via Pinfall (12:27)
Notes: Goldust came out and distracted Hunter. Chyna came in from the crowd and attacked Marlena. Of course, we didn't know it was Chyna at the time.

Match #4 - WWF World Tag Team Championship
Doug Furnas &
Philip LaFon

def. Owen Hart &
The British Bulldog

w/Clarence Mason
via DQ (10:29)
Notes: Owen nailed LaFon with his Slammy award just as Bulldog had him up for the powerslam. Bulldog was really upset with the way the match ended.

Match #5 - WWF World Heavyweight Championship - Elimination Match
Bret "Hitman" Hart
def. The Undertaker

w/Paul Bearer
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- This special match was in result of Austin's screwy Royal Rumble victory. A man could be eliminated in any of the regular ways, or if he was thrown over the top rope. Bret threw Austin over the top rope at 18:07, Undertaker threw Vader over at 22:31, and then Bret threw the Undertaker over at 24:02 for the vacant title. Austin came back and tried to get involved, and he actually helped Bret win.

Commentary:Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler
w/Dok Hendrix, Kevin Kelly
Spanish: Carlos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
French: Jean Brassard, Ray Rougeau
Ring Announcer:Howard Finkel
Referees/Officials:Mike Chioda, Jack Doan, Earl Hebner, Gorilla Monsoon, Rene Goulet, Pat Patterson, Gerald Brisco, etc.

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