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Fully Loaded (1999)

TV Movie  -   -  Action | Comedy | Sport  -  25 July 1999 (USA)
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WWF Title (first blood, if Austin wins Vince McMahon leaves the WWF): Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker, WWF Intercontinental Title: Edge vs. Jeff Jarrett, WWF Tag Team Titles: The Hardy Boyz... See full summary »

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WWF Title (first blood, if Austin wins Vince McMahon leaves the WWF): Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker, WWF Intercontinental Title: Edge vs. Jeff Jarrett, WWF Tag Team Titles: The Hardy Boyz & Michael Hayes vs. The Acolytes, WWF European Title: Mideon vs. D'Lo Brown, WWF Hardcore Title: Al Snow vs. The Big Boss Man, Strap Match: Triple H vs. The Rock, for the rights to D-Generation X name: X-Pac & The Road Dogg vs. Billy Gunn & Chyna, Iron Circle Match: Ken Shamrock vs. Steve Blackman, The Big Show vs. Kane, Written by Anonymous

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Hardcore Holly: [regarding the Big Show vs. Kane match] Partial? I'm the big shot. I don't have to be partial to anyone, especially the Big Show. You see, he's not kidding anybody because he's been following me around for week, trying to suck up to me, and that's not gonna work tonight because, I'm law and order. And I'll take matters into my own hands if I have to. Either one of those two big gooves get my face, I will beat the hell out of both of 'em, and what's funny 'bout this whole thing, they both know I ...
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Well, Vince lost his job, Austin retained the WWE Title and Triple H earned his first PPV title shot (a half truth as he had been one of the participants in a triple threat title match at a UK only PPV show in May) as the WWE stayed right in its PPV rut with another below standard offering here.

The two big story lines of the night were Triple H, conducting more enmity from fans by the week, taking on his old adversary The Rock in a strap match for the No.1 contendership, while Vince McMahon put his career in the line to entice Steve Austin to defend the WWE Title against the man he'd won it from weeks earlier, The Undertaker, in a first blood match.

The night started off with Jeff Jarrett defeating Edge to regain the intercontinental Championship he'd lost to him in Canada a few days earlier in an average (to be generous) opener. Jarrett was nearing the end of his final WWE run.

The next match saw popular tag team champions the Hardy Boyz lose their belts to the Undertaker's evil Acolytes Faarooq and Bradshaw. This was a no holds barred anything goes match. It was OK I guess. Reasonable entertainment, but not much of a match.

Another PPV match, another title on the line as Mideon, another of the Undertaker's Ministry lost the European Championship to D Lo Brown. Brown would go on to win the IC Championship as well to hold both simultaneously. Mideon was the latest incarnation of Phineas Godwinn. He would later become Naked Mideon (exactly what it sounds like) and then was released with few noticing.

Next up saw another win for the Corporation with Big Boss Man defeating Al Snow to win his hardcore Title in another forgettable match that would eventually lead to the Dog Kennel from hell match, which I will no doubt talk about in some detail when I review Unforgiven (or maybe I'll just skip that PPV to not have to think about it).

Next match was probably the worst of the night (which is actually saying something) as the Big Show defeated Kane following a fast count by guest referee Hardcore Holly. This match was more significant for the Undertaker's assault of Kane at the end which gave Austin the opportunity to give the Undertaker a gash on his face. Undertaker had similarly gashed Austin on the Heat before the PPV, so this evened the odds.

Next match saw Steve Blackman and Ken Shamrock take it to the parking lot as they had a short match surrounded by cars. Shamrock wins. Not much is achieved.

Next match saw Road Dogg and X-Pac defeat Chyna and Mr King of the Ring Billy Gunn in a tag match to earn the rights to use the D-Generation X name.

Next came the big No.1 contender's strap match between former Corporate Champion The Rock and new Corporate suck-up Triple H. Chyna couldn't have bee too annoyed at losing the rights to DX, because she accompanied Triple H to ringside and Billy Gunn couldn't have been too worried either as he interfered in the match to stop the Rock from pinning Triple H after a people's elbow and then distracted the Rock enough for him to walk into a pedigree. Triple H wins and will be the No.1 contender for Summerslam.

Final match, and the best match on this card, was Steve Austin defeating the Undertaker in a first blood match to retain the WWE Championship. Vince McMahon and X-Pac both interfered in the match, with Austin eventually drawing blood with a camera shot. And Vince was done on WWE television.

So who would be running the company now? Just how good was the set in stone WWE Title match between Austin and Triple H going to be at Summerslam and where next for the Rock now he was out of the title picture? Onwards to Summerslam to learn the answers.


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