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May 23, 1999 - Kansas City, Missouri
Kemper Arena

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Match #1 - WWF World Tag Team Championship
Kane &

def. D'Lo Brown &
Mark Henry

via Pinfall (14:44)
Notes: Kane pinned Henry in a match JR described best with "What a war!" It was quite a bout, although D'Lo and Henry got screwed again!

Match #2 - WWF Hardcore Championship
Al Snow
def. Hardcore Holly
via Pinfall (12:53)
Notes: Al powerbombed Holly through a table, and that was all she wrote for Hardcore.

Match #3 - WWF Intercontinental Championship
The Blue Blazer
The Godfather
Notes: This match never took place due to a tragic accident. Owen Hart was to descend from the ceiling of the arena, but the harness failed and Owen fell to the ring. The video footage leading up to the match was being shown when the accident took place. From that point on, the cameras were on the crowd, so the tragedy would not be sensationalized. I was in complete shock while I was watching this PPV live, as I'm sure the world was.

Match #4 - Mixed Tag Team Match
Val Venis &
Nicole Bass
def. Jeff Jarrett &
via Pinfall (6:07)
Notes: Venis pinned Jarrett after the Money Shot. Bass planted a kiss on Venis in celebration, and Val liked it.

Match #5
"Bad Ass" Billy Gunn def. "Road Dogg" Jesse James via Pinfall (11:14)
Notes: Slow match that the crowd was never into. Well, I guess they were into Road Dogg's entrance and usual pre-match antics, but that was it. Let's move on, please.

Match #6 - Eight-Man Tag Team Elimination Match
"The Union"
The Big Show
Ken Shamrock
def. "The Corporate Ministry"
The Big Boss Man
via Submission (14:58)
Notes: Bradshaw pinned Test at 3:44, Shamrock caused Bradshaw to submit at 4:44, Shamrock was then DQed for suplexing the ref at about 7:02, Big Show pinned Faarooq at 7:32, Big Show and Viscera fought their way to the back at about 12:20 (the ref never said anything official), and Mankind caused Big Boss Man to submit to Mr. Socko. *-Mankind was the sole survivor.

Match #7
The Rock def. Triple H
via DQ (11:41)
Notes: Helmsley tossed Hebner to the ground to earn the DQ, and was going to continue the beatdown when Rock hit him with a chair. Rock had the upper hand, but Triple H recovered. He was going to finish Rock off when Mankind saved the day.

Match #8 - WWF World Heavyweight Championship
The Undertaker
w/Paul Bearer
def. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin
via Pinfall (22:58)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Shane McMahon was the guest ref. Vince McMahon was injured by the Ministry and he was supposed to be the second referee. Pat Patterson tried to take Vince's place before the match, but the Undertaker took him out before it began. Shane went down and Brisco came to ref, but 'Taker took him out, too. Vince returned to referee, but Shane came to. Shane shoved Vince into Austin, they all fell over the Undertaker, and 'Taker rolled up Austin. One fast count by Shane and a new champion was crowned.

Owen Hart

May 7, 1965 - May 23, 1999

Owen Hart

Commentary:Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler
w/Michael Cole, Kevin Kelly
Spanish: Carlos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
Ring Announcer:Howard Finkel
Referees/Officials:Tim White, Mike Chioda, Teddy Long, Mark Yeaton, Vince McMahon, Pat Patterson, Gerald Brisco, etc.

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