WWF Title (no disqualification): Shawn Michaels vs. Diesel, WWF Intercontinental Title: Goldust vs. The Ultimate Warrior, WWF Tag Team Titles: The Bodydonnas vs. The Godwinns, Vader vs. ... See full summary »
WWF Title (no disqualification): Shawn Michaels vs. Diesel, WWF Intercontinental Title: Goldust vs. The Ultimate Warrior, WWF Tag Team Titles: The Bodydonnas vs. The Godwinns, Vader vs. Razor Ramon, Davey Boy Smith & Owen Hart vs. Ahmed Johnson & Jake Roberts, Marc Mero vs. The 1-2-3 Kid Written by
At certain times in WWF history promoters have put on shows crammed with dozens of matches, most of them meaningless and pointless. On the other side of the coin, promoters have also put on shows with only a few good matches which is better for everyone. In Your House 7 was one of those events.
There are only a few matches on here but they are all good(with the exception of one).
In an Intercontinental Title match, champion Goldust defended his title against superstar the Ultimate Warrior. Actually, he didn't defend it. He spent most of the match prancing around acting like a fool and there was no proper match, just a load of funny business. At the end the Ultimate Warrior got a few shots in but it cannot be described as a true match.
The card had three matches which were absolutely brilliant. Razor Ramon wrestled in his last high profile match before going to the now defunct WCW against the big monster Vader. It was a brilliant match.
The late Owen Hart and the late British Bulldog wrestled in a cracking match against the veteran Jake "The Snake" Roberts and Ahmed Johnson in a heated match where you could actually suspend your disbelief and imagine that they were all enemies.
In the main event the currently retired Shawn Michaels defended his belt against Diesel who also wrestled in his last high profile match. It was a fantastic match.
This was a great card from a fantastic era in WWF history and I just hope Vince McMahon can make the WWF of 2002 as good as past WWF eras.
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