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WWF Title: Sycho Sid vs. Bret Hart, WWF Intercontinental Title: Hunter Hearst-Helmsley vs. Marc Mero, WWF Tag Team Titles: Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith vs. Diesel II & Razor Ramon II, Armageddon Rules: The Undertaker vs. The Executioner, Flash Funk vs. Leif Cassidy, Rocky Miavia vs. Salvatore Sincere Written by Anonymous

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Very Good WWF PPV.
8 March 2005 | by (Osceola, Arkansas) – See all my reviews

This is one of the best In Your House WWF PPV's that I have ever seen.

We first start off with Free-For-All action with Salvatorie Sincere Vs. Rocky Miavia (who later was known as The Rock).

A very good match which kept my attention until the very end, when Jim Cornette interfered and gave Rocky the DQ Victory over Sincere.

We then go onto our first match of the actual PPV.

Flash Funk w/ The Funkettes Vs. Leif Cassidy.

Very good entertaining match with some good unique High Flying moves, and really showed what a real wrestling match was suppose to be.

Flash finally got the double flip star press from the top and got the 1-2-3 on cassidy.

The next match was the Tag Team Championship match between -

Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith (the champs) Vs. Fake Diesel & Fake Razor Ramon.

This was dead beat to start off, but things got interesting when a UN-invited Stone Cold Steve Austin made his presents felt. Davey got the pin of Ramon and remained tag team champions!

Our next match was a very big grudge match that had been going on for a very long time in that era and was for the Intercontinental Championship.

Hunter Hearst Hemsley (The Champ) Vs. Wildman Marc Mero w/ Sable.

The match went from outside to inside, a very grueling and intense match for both of them. The match finally wounded up again on the outside when gold-dust came out, and knocked both mero and hemsley out. Mero got in the ring just before the 10 count and won, however a title change can't change hands on the 10 count.

Now it's Semi-Main-Event time with the Armegeddon Rules match.

The Undertaker Vs. The Executioner w/Paul Beare and very shortly Mankind

The undertaker took it to the Executioner quickly when mankind came out and attacked the undertaker!

The undertaker then started beating up on both exe and mankind when it started to escalate out into the aisle way.

It was a first when i saw the undertaker throwing MANKIND Through THE WALL OF THE IYH LOGO!!!!!! AND THEN THROUGH THE DOOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

But anyways the undertaker got the tombstone on the exe and the executioner could not answer the 10 count afterward, so the undertaker won.

Main Event Time -

WWF Championship - Psycho Sid (champ) Vs. Brett "Hitman" Hart. (Remember, Shawn michaels was doing color commentary during this match.)

This was one of the best IYH Main events in my opinion.

It stayed clean and very intense all through the match.

At the end of the match Sid was outside of the ring and had face pushed michaels into the guardian rail.

HBK with anger and rage got onto the ring apron and Sid whipped hart into the ropes and hit HBK

Sid then POWERBOMBED hart for the 1-2-3

After the match hart took his frustration out on HBK, by violently kicking him, and thats how the show ended.

The reason i like it so much, is because it was before all this crap about DX and the HART Foundation and sh*t like that.

It was very clean and traditional wrestling.


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