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1998 WWF PPV Results

1998 WWF PPV Results


Fully Loaded: In Your House - Civic Center; Fresno, CA 7/26/1998
- Val Venis beat Jeff Jarrett
- D-Lo Brown beat X-Pac
- Faarooq & 2 Cold Scorpio beat Terry Funk & Bradshaw
- Mark Henry beat Vader
- The Disciples of Apocalypse beat L.O.D. 2000
- Owen Hart beat Ken Shamrock in a match that took place inside Stu Hart's Dungeon. Dan Severn served as special guest referee.
- Intercontinental Title: Champ The Rock and Triple H fought to a time limit draw
- Tag Team Title: Steve Austin & Undertaker beat Mankind & Kane to win the titles

SummerSlam - Madison Square Garden; New York, NY 8/30/1998
- European Title: Champ D-Lo Brown beat Val Venis by DQ
- The Human Oddities beat Kaientai
- Hair vs Hair: X-Pac beat Jeff Jarrett. As a result Jarrett lost his hair
- Edge & Sable beat Marc Mero & Jacquelyn
- Lions Den Match: Ken Shamrock beat Owen Hart
- Tag Team Title: The New Age Outlaws beat Mankind & Kane for the titles. Kane did not show up for the match.
- Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Title: Triple H beat The Rock to win the title
- WWF Title: Champion Steve Austin beat The Undertaker

Breakdown: In Your House - Copps Coliseum; Hamilton, Ontario 9/27/1998
- Owen Hart beat Edge
- Al Snow & 2 Cold Scorpio beat Scott Taylor & Brian Christopher
- Marc Mero beat Droz
- Bradshaw beat Vader
- D-Lo Brown pinned Gangrel
- Triple Threat Steel Cage Match: The Rock beat Mankind & Ken Shamrock
- Val Venis pinned Dustin Runnels
- D-Generation X beat Jeff Jarrett & Southern Justice
- WWF Title: The Undertaker & Kane both pinned Champion Steve Austin to win the title. The title was declared vacant the next night.

Judgment Day: In Your House - Rosemont Horizon; Chicago, IL 10/18/1998
- Al Snow beat Marc Mero
- L.O.D. 2000 & Droz beat Skull, 8 Ball & Paul Ellering
- Light Heavyweight Title: Christian beat Taka Michinoku to win the title
- Goldust beat Val Venis
- European Title: X-Pac beat D-Lo Brown to win the title
- Tag Team Title: The Headbangers beat Champions New Age Outlaws by DQ
- Intercontinental Title: Champ Ken Shamrock beat Mankind
- Mark Henry neat The Rock
- WWF Title: Kane & Undertaker pinned each due to the actions of special ref Steve Austin. As a result the title was declared vacant.

Survivor Series - Kiel Center; St. Louis, MO 11/15/1998
- First Round: Mankind beat Duane Gill
- First Round: Al Snow beat Jeff Jarrett
- First Round: Steve Austin beat Big Bossman
- First Round: X-Pac & Steven Regal fought to a double-count out
- First Round: Ken Shamrock beat Goldust
- First Round: The Rock pinned The Big Bossman (subbing for the injured Triple H)
- Quarterfinals: Undertaker beat Kane (both men had received first round byes)
- Quarterfinals: Mankind beat Al Snow
- Quarterfinals: The Rock beat Ken Shamrock
- Women's Title: Sable beat Jacqueline to win the title
- Semi-finals: Mankind beat Steve Austin
- Semi-finals: The Rock beat The Undertaker
- Tag Team Titles: Champions The New Age Outlaws beat The Headbangers and D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry to retain the titles
- Final match for vacant WWF Title: The Rock beat Mankind to win the title

Rock Bottom: In Your House - General Motors Place; Vancouver, British Columbia 12/13/1998
- Light Heavyweight Title: Champ Duane Gill beat Matt Hardy
- Kevin Quinn beat Brian Christopher
- Triple H beat Droz
- Tag Team Titles: Champs New Age Outlaws beat The Acolytes by DQ
- Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown beat The Godfather & Val Venis
- The Headbangers beat The Human Oddities
- Steve Blackman beat Owen Hart by count out
- The Brood beat Bob Holly, 2 Cold Scorpio, & Al Snow
- Goldust beat Jeff Jarrett
- Tag Team Titles: Champs New Age Outlaws beat Big Bossman & Ken Shamrock
- WWF Title: Mankind beat Champ the Rock by knocking him out with the Mandible Claw. Since Rock didn't submit Mankind didn't get the title
- Buried Alive: Steve Austin beat The Undertaker

Sources Used Include: Pro Wrestling Illustrated Almanac, wwe.com, onlineworldofwrestling.com, and thehistoryofwwe.com

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