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Kidman vs. Mikey Whipwreck for the Cruiserweight Title
 Kidman defeated Mikey Whipwreck with the Shooting Star Press, to retain
the Cruiserweight Title.
- Mikey Whipwreck was immediately booed in his debut match. Bobby Heenan
called him "Shipwreck," but eventually said he liked him a lot. Whipwreck
took down Kidman with several submission and rest holds. Kidman favored his
knee early in the match after hitting a successful springboard dive to the
outside of the ring. After Kidman hit the Shooting Star Press, he made the

Harlem Street Fight: Stevie Ray vs. Vince, Chris Jericho Interview
 Harlem Street Fight: Stevie Ray defeated Vince with the Slapjack, to gain
control of NWO Black and White.
- Stevie Ray and Vince first used the guardrail to their advantage. They
both took it to the stands of the arena. They took it to a row of chairs,
where you could hear chairs crashing against each other. Horace was near
ringside, saying "I'm the leader." He threw the slapjack into the ring, and
said he didn't care who used it. After Vince failed to hit Ray with the
slapjack (foreign object), Ray put him through the Slapjack (finishing
maneuving) for the win, to gain control of the NWO Black and White.

 Backstage, Mark Madden interviewed Chris Jericho about his upcoming Dog
Collar Match with Saturn. Jericho basically insulted Saturn, saying he
looked ridiculous.

Kevin Nash vs. Rey Mysterio, Jr.
 Kevin Nash (w/Lex Luger and Elizabeth) defeated Rey Mysterio, Jr. with
the Jack-Knife Powerbomb.
- Kevin Nash first hyped up the crowd by saying "Wolfpac in the house." Rey
Mysterio, Jr. dominated in the beginning with several high-flying
maneuvers. As Mysterio continued his advantage, Lex Luger tripped him,
which let Nash dominate with his power. Nash put Mysterio through the
Jack-Knife Powerbomb for the win.

Karate-Handicap Match: Ernest Miller and Sonny Onoo vs. Jerry Flynn
 Karate-Handicap Match: Jerry Flynn defeated Ernest Miller and Sonny Onoo
via Pinfall.
- Sonny Onoo entered the ring only when Jerry Flynn was knocked out by
Ernest Miller. He came in at one point, but when he discovered Flynn still
had the energy to continue, Miller was immediately tagged in. Onoo had
Flynn's ponytail that he cut off the previous Monday on Nitro. Flynn later
pinned Onoo. Miller tried to make the save, but couldn't make it in the
ring in time by time the referee's hand went down for the third time.

         Match: Raven vs. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Raven
 Hak defeated Bam Bam Bigelow and Raven (w/Chastity) via Pinfall.
- The ring wasa total mess with a ton of objects in the very beginning. Bam
Bam Bigelow first took everyone down with a trash can. A ton of other
things were in the ring such as a mailbox, ironing board, cookie sheet,
hockey stick, fire extinguisher, and more. The crowd chanted "ECW" at times
during the match. Hak kept popping up each time he was knocked down. A
table was brought in, which Hak was put through. Hak caned Bam Bam Bigelow.
Chastity came into the ring, to protect her brother Raven from a hit from
Hak's cane. Hak shoved Chastity out of the way and clocked Raven with the
cane. Another table was brought in, which prompted Tony Schiavone to say,
"There must of been a buffet before the match." Chastity threw in some tape
to Raven, which he used to wrap around the hands of Hak. Raven clocked Hak
with four chair shots. Bigelow entered the ring and gave Raven Greetings
from Asbury Park, but Bigelow chose not to pin him and instead grab another
table. As Bigelow went for a moonsault, Chastity used the fire extinguisher
on him, which caused Bigelow to crash onto a table. Out of no where,
Chastity used the fire extinguisher on Raven, and turned to the side of
Hak. Hak finished off Raven with a Russian Legsweep for the win.

Lumberjack-Belt Match: Curt Hennig and Barry Windham vs. Dean Malenko and
Chris Benoit for the Tag Team Titles
 Lumberjack-Belt Match: Dean Malenko and Chris Benoit (w/Arn Anderson)
defeated Curt Hennig and Barry Windham with Benoit's Diving Headbutt, to
become the new Tag Team Champions.
- The lumberjacks that surrounded the ring with belts were Norman Smiley,
Chris Adams, Prince Iaukea, Hugh Morrus, Kenny Kaos, Kendall Windham, Bobby
Duncum, Jr., and Meng. Mike Tenay mentioned it was not fair to have Kendall
as a lumberjack since he was related to Barry Windham. Curt Hennig made eye
contact with Kendall in the very beginning. Arn Anderson made his way down
during the match and encouraged Dean Malenko and Chris Benoit to fight on
throughout. Both teams used the lumberjacks to their advantage. At one
point during the match, Malenko had Hennig in the Texas Cloverleaf, but
Windham made the save. The lumberjacks on the outside started to brawl
amongst themselves. After Arn Anderson knocked out Hennig, Benoit hit his
Diving Headbutt. Benoit made the pin, while Malenko took care of Windham.

Dog Collar Match: Saturn vs. Chris Jericho, Mikey Whipwreck Interview
 Dog Collar Match: Saturn defeated Chris Jericho with the Death Valley
- Saturn was using a variation of Marilyn Manson's "Beautiful People" song.
He was wearing a dress made out of chains. He was also wearing make-up and
yellow eye-contacts. Chris Jericho sent Ralphus backstage, because he
wouldn't listen to him. Two collars were hooked on the necks of Jericho and
Saturn, with a chain connecting the two wrestlers. At one point during the
match, Saturn yanked Jericho from the ring to the guardrail. Jericho
strapped Saturn in the Lion Tamer, but Saturn smartly pulled the chain,
which choked Jericho. Saturn later hit two Death Valley Drivers on Jericho
for the win.

 Backstage at the Internet broadcast position, Mark Madden and Chad
Damiani interviewed Mikey Whipwreck about his loss to Kidman. Whipwreck
remained happy, and was proud of the effort he put up in his Cruiserweight
Title match with Kidman.

Scott Steiner vs. Booker T. for the Television Title
 Booker T. defeated Scott Steiner (w/Buff Bagwell) via Pinfall, to become
the new Television Champion.
- Scott Steiner taunted Booker T. a lot in the beginning. Booker had a pin
at one point, but Buff Bagwell pulled him out of the ring. Steiner took the
advantage. When Booker went for a top rope maneuver, Bagwell knocked him
off, which let Steiner come on top, he had Bagwell enter the ring with a chair.
Steiner held onto Booker, but Bagwell accidently nailed Steiner. Booker
then made the pin for the victory.

First-Blood: Hollywood Hogan vs. Ric Flair for the Heavyweight Title
 Ric Flair defeated Hollywood Hogan by making him submit to the
Figure-Four Leglock, to become the new Heavyweight Champion.
- Stipulations: The Hollywood Hogan vs. Ric Flair Heavyweight TItle match
was First-Blood, which meant the first one to shed blood, lost. The match
would take place in a steel cage, with no doors and barbed wire at the top.
If Flair lost, he was banned from WCW, but if he won, he could take over
WCW permanently. Before the match, Ric Flair had a statement. Flair loudly
told the referee not to stop the match if there were any little scratches,
but rather real blood. Flair told the a fan in the crowd to shut up, which
received a small course of boos. Early in the match, Hollywood Hogan called
out to the fans with his ear, which was unusal. Hogan dragged down the
barbed wire to the ring and scrapped it across the forehead of Flair, who
was already bleeding, but the referee didn't call anything. Hogan executed
the legdrop, but he couldn't make a pin. Flair decked Hogan with a foreign
object, which busted him open. David Flair made his way down to the ring
with Samantha (Torrie Wilson) and cheered on Hogan. The crowd was chanting
and cheering Hogan. Flair told his son he would be 14-Time Heavyweight
Champion. Tony Schiavone said Flair was obsessed with
becoming the champion. Arn Anderson made his way down and clocked David.
Samantha got on the back of Anderson, but he shoved her off. Meanwhile, in
the ring, Flair put Hogan in the Figure-Four Leglock to become the 14-Time
Heavyweight Champion and to become the permanent WCW President. It was
First-Blood, but for some reason, there was a pinfall. 

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