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November 14, 1999 - Detroit, Michigan
Joe Louis Arena

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* Denotes match 'survivor.'
Match #1 - Survivor Series Match
The Godfather*
D'Lo Brown*
"The Headbangers"

(Mosh & Thrasher)
def. "The Acolytes"
(Faarooq & Bradshaw)
"The Dudley Boyz"
(D-Von & Bubba Ray Dudley)
via Pinfall (9:36)
Notes: Bradshaw pinned Thrasher at 3:11, Bubba Ray pinned Mosh at 4:58, Bradshaw was disqualified at 5:51 for using a chair, at around 6:50 Faarooq and D-Von fought each other out of the arena, and D'Lo pinned Bubba Ray at 9:36 to win.

Match #2
Kurt Angle def. Shawn Stasiak via Pinfall (5:55)
Notes: Kurt Angle's debut! He worked over Stasiak and still had time to taunt the crowd while doing it.

Match #3 - Survivor Series Match
Val Venis*
Mark Henry*
Gangrel
Steve Blackman
def. The British Bulldog
Pete Gas
Rodney
Joey Abs
via Pinfall (9:10)
Notes: Blackman pinned Pete Gas at 2:57, Gangrel pinned Rodney at 4:26, Henry pinned Abs at 6:03, Bulldog pinned Gangrel at 6:46, Bulldog pinned Blackman at 7:32, and Venis pinned the Bulldog at 9:10 to win.

Match #4 - One Fall Sudden Death Match
Fabulous Moolah
Mae Young
Tori
Debra
def. Jacqueline
Luna Vachon
Terri
Ivory
via Pinfall (1:53)
Notes: Moolah pinned Ivory.

Match #5
Kane def. X-Pac via DQ (4:14)
Notes: DX came out and attacked Kane when he was going to Tombstone X-Pac. When Tori came out to help, X-Pac knocked her out and took off.

Match #6 - Handicap Survivor Series Match
The Big Show* def. The Big Boss Man
Prince Albert
Viscera
Mideon
via Countout (1:24)
Notes: Show pinned Mideon at 0:18, Albert at 0:29, Viscera at 0:55, and the Boss Man ran off and was counted out at 1:24. Show even choke slammed Viscera. Whew!

BACKSTAGE: Triple H got Austin's attention and then drew him out into the parking lot. When Austin got there, Triple H was nowhere to be seen. Suddenly, a car came out of nowhere and ran down Austin.

Match #7 - WWF Intercontinental Championship
Chyna
Champion
w/Miss Kitty
def. Chris Jericho
Challenger
via Pinfall (13:42)
Notes: Chyna performed the Pedigree from the top rope and got the victory over Jericho. She was able to do the Pedigree after a low blow on Y2J while Kitty had the ref distracted.

Match #8 - Survivor Series Match
Hardcore Holly*
Crash Holly
"Too Cool"

(Scotty 2 Hotty & Grandmaster Sexay)
def. Edge
Christian
"The Hardy Boyz"

(Matt & Jeff Hardy)
w/Terri
via Pinfall (14:25)
Notes: Hardcore pinned Edge at 6:05, Scotty pinned Matt at 6:21, Jeff pinned Scotty at 10:11, Sexay pinned Jeff at 11:33, Christian pinned Sexay at 11:44 and Crash at 13:57, and then finally Hardcore pinned Christian at 14:25.

Match #9 - WWF World Tag Team Championship
"The New Age Outlaws"
(Road Dogg & Billy Gunn)
Champions
def. Mankind & Al Snow
Challengers
via Pinfall (12:45)
Notes: Gunn pinned Mankind after the spike piledriver. Mankind and Snow just didn't have the chemistry, I guess.

Match #10 - WWF World Heavyweight Championship - Triple Threat Match
The Big Show
Challenger
def. Triple H
Champion
The Rock
Challenger
via Pinfall (16:14)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Show pinned Triple H. The original referee was Hebner, and as sure as the sky is blue he got knocked out. Shane came down to ref, but received a Pedigree for his efforts. DX saw their chance and started attacking both Show and Rock. Vince McMahon then made his entrance, clocked Hunter with the title belt, and made the three-count after a big chokeslam.

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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:Tim White, Teddy Long, Mike Chioda, Jimmy Korderas, Earl Hebner, Jack Lanza, Sgt. Slaughter, Tony Garea, Gerald Brisco, Pat Patterson, Vince McMahon, Stephanie McMahon, Shane McMahon, etc.

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