ResultsThe Body Donnas beat Public Enemy when Radford pinned Rocko after
a German suplex in 0:35:10.
Arn Anderson pinned Great Muta with the Gourdbuster in 0:21:09.
Al Snow pinned Chris Benoît after an Asai moonsault in 0:24:32.
The Sandman pinned Rick Steamboat after hitting him with a foreign object in 0:14:23.
Dean Malenko, Owen Hart and Diamond Dallas Page beat The Road Warriors when D. Malenko pinned Animal after outside interference in 0:22:34.
Eddy Guerrero pinned Sabu with the Swinging DDT in 0:22:25.
The Giant pinned Diesel with the Choke Slam in 0:23:09.
Ric Flair pinned Bret Hart after a backslide in 0:34:27.
Shawn Michaels pinned Marty Jannetty after a sitdown in 0:17:22.
Match Observations:The Body Donnas have really managed to get on the Road Warriors' nerves, and I
am not so sure whether you'd want to do that if you're in your right mind.
They've gotten themselves attention alright...
The Horsemen seem to be riding strong. Both Anderson and Flair scored wins over
their respective opponents The Great Muta and Bret Hart, but both victories were
kind of tainted from my vantage point.
Is Al Snow turning heel ? I wouldn't be surprised to see him in some manager's
camp real soon. On what do I base this opinion ? Just check out the way he beat
Chris Benoît. That says it all.
The Sandman is apparently looking for trouble and lots of it. Only one month
before Bret Hart's scheduled title shot against WWF Champion Shawn Michaels,
Sandman cost Hart a key match against Ric Flair. We'll see how that storyline
Speaking of Hart, his protégé Eddy Guerrero, the current IC champion, is going
strong. His victory over Sabu was nothing short of spectacular.
Razor Ramon, the 1-2-3 Kid and the Undertaker just returned from a promotional
tour of England.