WWF Over the Edge (1999)

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WWF Intercontinental Title: The Godfather vs. Owen Hart (match canceled due to Owen's death before the start of the match), Debra & Jeff Jarrett vs. Nicole Bass & Val Venus, WWF Title: ... See full summary »

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WWF Intercontinental Title: The Godfather vs. Owen Hart (match canceled due to Owen's death before the start of the match), Debra & Jeff Jarrett vs. Nicole Bass & Val Venus, WWF Title: Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker, WWF Tag Team Titles: Kane & X-Pac vs. D'Lo Brown & Mark Henry, WWF Hardcore Title: Al Snow vs. Hardcore Holly, Survivor Series Match: Mankind, Ken Shamrock, Test & The Big Show vs. The Acolytes, Viscera & The Big Boss Man, Billy Gunn vs. The Road Dogg, The Rock vs. Triple H Written by Anonymous

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This was an event that will be remembered by professional wrestlers and fans alike, as Owen Hart fell to his death during an in-ring stunt. The WWF made the controversial decision to continue the show after Owen's death, a decision that was criticized by many and still is today. See more »

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Jim Ross: Here in Kansas City, tragedy befell the World Wrestling Federation and all of us. Owen Hart was set to make an entrance from the ceiling, and he fell from the ceiling. And I have the unfortunate responsibility to let everyone know that Owen Hart has died. Owen Hart has tragically died from that accident here tonight.
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26 August 2003 | by (Harrisville, West Virginia, USA) – See all my reviews

I remember it all like it was yesterday. Watching the PPV live at my friends' house. I saw Owen fall and thought to myself "Eh, it's just a publicity stunt." The next day, though, I saw it posted all over the news. Pretty sad I think. It is sad that Vince had to keep the show going knowing he lost one of his BEST wrestlers alive at that point in time. I believe that Owen would have been "The Game" instead of HHH today if he was still alive. He was and still is my favorite wrestlers of all times. Even though he stood in the shadows of older brother Bret, Owen was right up there as the best in the business. I think they should have postponed the rest of the PPV that night till either the next Sunday or even carded the rest of those matches until the next PPV. You will always be remembered in the hearts of all true wrestling fans around the world Owen. This ones for you! WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!


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