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WWF in Your House 2 (1995) Poster

(1995 TV Special)

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First WWF PPV appearance for Hunter Hearst Helmsley a.k.a. "The Game/The Cerebral Assassin/The King of Kings" Triple H.
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Only In Your House appearance for Lex Luger.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for Jimmy Del Ray of the Heavenly Bodies.
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Only WWF PPV appearance for Troy and Travis a.k.a. Tekno Team 2000.
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Only WWF PPV appearance for Man Mountain Rock.
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First WWF PPV appearance for Pierre Ouelett since WrestleMania X in 1994, and his first one as Jean-Pierre Lafitte.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for Brian Armstrong until Royal Rumble 1997, and his final one as The Roadie.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for Jeff Jarrett until In Your House #5 later in the year.
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First WWF PPV appearance for Rad Radford.
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The lumberjacks for the main event were King Kong Bundy, Kama, IRS, the Heavenly Bodies, Rad Radford, Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Tatanka, Men on a Mission, Henry Godwinn, Jacob & Eli Blu, Skip, Jean Pierre Lafitte, Mantaur, Savio Vega, Bam Bam Bigelow, Razor Ramon, Bob Holly, Duke Drose, Man Mountain Rock, Fatu, Techno Team 2000, the Smoking Gunns, the 1-2-3 Kid, Adam Bomb, & WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels. The storyline leading up to the match was that "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase had supposedly bought off one of the lumberjacks, since Sycho Sid, a member of the Corporation, was in the main event, and Corporation members King Kong Bundy, Tatanka, IRS and Kama were among the lumberjacks. There was no turn by anyone.
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Final WWE PPV appearance for King Kong Bundy.
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There were two dark matches after the event, which were included on the VHS release. Bret Hart defeated Jean-Pierre Lafitte. The Undertaker (w/Paul Bearer) defeated Kama (w/Ted DiBiase) in a Casket Match.
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Jeff Jarrett and The Roadie abruptly left the company after they walked out during this show, citing a disagreement about the Double J singing storyline. The conclusion of which was to be the revelation that The Roadie had secretly been the voice being Jarrett's country single "With My Baby Tonight", thus starting a feud between the two. Jarrett returned to the company later that year in December, whilst The Roadie, aka Double J Jessie James, came back in late-'96 to conclude the singing angle. When Jarrett got inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2018, he and James (now known as Road Dogg) performed a live duet of "With My Baby Tonight".
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Last WWE Pay Per View match for Lex Luger and Mo. In Sir Mo's case, it was his final PPV match ever, for any company.
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This was the third consecutive pay-per-view main event to feature Diesel against Sycho Sid. IYH #1 was a straight one-on-one title match, whilst King Of The Ring saw Diesel tag with Bam Bam Bigelow against Sid and Tatanka. Both men would feud over the WCW world title in January 2000, as Kevin Nash and Sid Vicious respectively, albeit with their title matches being televised on Nitro and Thunder
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Shawn Michaels' first official title win in the WWF as a face (good guy). Previously his other IC and tag-team title wins were as a heel (bad guy), save for the scrapped tag title win for The Rockers over The Hart Foundation in 1990
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