WWF WrestleFest '97 (1997)
"WWF in Your House: Revenge of the Taker" (original title)

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Bret "Hitman" Hart vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, WWF Championship: The Undertaker vs. Mankind, WWF Intercontinental Title: Rocky Maivia vs. Savio Vega, WWF Tag Team Titles: Owen Hart & The ... See full summary »

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Bret Hart ...
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Davey Boy Smith ...
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William Moody ...
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Bret "Hitman" Hart vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, WWF Championship: The Undertaker vs. Mankind, WWF Intercontinental Title: Rocky Maivia vs. Savio Vega, WWF Tag Team Titles: Owen Hart & The British Bulldog vs. Leigon of Doom, Rockabilly vs. Double J Jesse Jammes. Written by Anonymous

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20 April 1997 (USA)  »

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The character Rockabilly, who was played by Billy Gunn, lasted only a few short weeks after this event. Vince McMahon knew this gimmick flopped and it was dumped. Billy went on to form The New Age Outlaws with The Road Dogg who had dumped the "Real Double J" Jesse James character after a few short weeks too. See more »

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Vince McMahon: Savio Vega driving Rocky, rolls him up! We've got a-oh, wait. That was the way he defeated Rocky in the non-title matchup just last week from South Africa... With the, a-the assist of the tights.
Jerry Lawler: McMahon, he was not pullin'-there was not pullin', I said... He was just checkin' to see if he had his vaccinations! You gotta get shots when you go to South Africa you know.
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Followed by WWE: TLC - Tables Ladders Chairs (2000) See more »

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OKAY WRESTLING CARD
7 May 2002 | by (England) – See all my reviews

The In Your House events were never in the same league as say, WrestleMania but they did produce some good matches from time to time.

Up until late 1997 In Your House events were no more than two hours and some of the undercard matches were nothing spectacular. It was usually the main events that helped the In Your House series get a good PPV buy rate.

There are only really two matches which stand out. The Undertaker has a brutal battle with Mankind in this match (those two must have loved pain) and Bret Hart had a wild brawl with Stone Cold Steve Austin.

I wouldn't recommend anyone buy this video but at least rent it for the Undertaker VS Mankind match.


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