Summerslam (1999)

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WWF Championship: Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Triple H vs. Mankind, WWF Intercontinental/European Championship: Jeff Jarrett vs. D'Lo Brown, WWF Tag Team Championship: X-Pac & Kane vs. The ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
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WWF Championship: Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Triple H vs. Mankind, WWF Intercontinental/European Championship: Jeff Jarrett vs. D'Lo Brown, WWF Tag Team Championship: X-Pac & Kane vs. The Big Show & The Undertaker, WWF Hardcore Championship: The Big Boss Man vs. Al Snow, WWF Women's Championship: Ivory vs. Tori, Tag Team Gauntlet Match: The Acolytes vs. Edge & Christian vs. The Hollys vs. The Hardy Boyz vs. Mideon & Viscera vs. Droz & Prince Albert, Lion's Den Match: Ken Shamrock vs. Steve Blackman, Greenwich Street Fight: Test vs. Shane McMahon, Kiss My Ass Match: The Rock vs. Billy Gunn Written by Anonymous

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An Out Of Body Experience





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30 August 1999 (USA)  »

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WWF Summerslam '99  »

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Jesse 'The Body' Ventura: You hit somebody with a chair, anything like that, I'm not counting it.
Mankind: Let me ask you this. Don't you think that Geraldine Ferraro was vastly underestimated as a candidate?
Jesse 'The Body' Ventura: She might have been, but she's a bleedin' heart liberal, you know. Come on!
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Summerslam always great!
8 September 2001 | by (Nashville, TN) – See all my reviews

WWF was enjoying much success in August of 99 as WCW was going downhill and WWF was winning the ratings war. Summerslam 1999 was another great Summerslam event. In the first match D-Lo Brown faced Jeff Jarrett in a match where both men's titles, the ic and european title were on the line. The end of the match has a heel turn and Debra strips! Then we had a 6-team turmoil match which was very good with lots of action. This is where the WWF was realizing how well Edge & Christian and the Hardys were so they continued to take advantage of it while it was fresh, the Acolytes, Hollys, Droz & Albert and Mideon and Viscera also competed in this match. Al Snow took on the Boss Man in a hardcore match, Blackman took on Shamrock in a terribly boring octagon weapons match. Then we had the infamous street fight with Test and Shane McMahon where Shane does his first and very dangerous elbow drop through the announce table from the top rope, and the rest of the match is also pretty violent. Kane and X-Pac then defended their tag titles against The Big Show and the Undertaker, the Rock took on Billy Gunn, and in the main event they had a 3-way for the world title with Mankind, Stone Cold and Triple H, and Jesse Ventura was the special ref. This event can't be missed! it only had 1 bad match and it's a very historic event, 10/10!

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