In Your House 2011 III


The Eliminators beat Public Enemy when Saturn pinned Rocko after the Total Elimination in 0:11:06.

Terry Funk and Cactus Jack battled to a double countout in 0:05:18.

The Steiner Brothers beat The Head Hunters when R. Steiner pinned Head Hunter #1 with a Steinerline in 0:22:00.

Great Muta pinned Brian Pillman with the Moonsault in 0:20:29.

Special Six-Man-Tag Match
The Body Donnas and Dean Malenko beat The Sandman, Razor Ramon and Bret Hart when D. Malenko pinned Sandman after a dragon suplex in 0:16:44.

Sabu defeated Arn Anderson by disqualification in 0:25:36.

Shawn Michaels and Diesel beat Ric Flair and Vader when Michaels pinned Flair with the Superkick in 0:28:06.

Eddy Guerrero pinned The Undertaker after outside interference in 0:25:29.

Match Observations:

Brian Pillman wasn't happy at all. As a matter of fact, he was pissed as hell
that Muta beat him with his own weapons. The two will face each other in a
rematch at SummerSlam with the stipulation being that the loser has to leave
the WWF for 90 days.

Dean Malenko and Rad Radford showed great teamwork in the six man tag. This
resulted in The Sandman getting pinned. After caning the hell out of all three
Body Donnas, Sandman challenged them to a Handicap Match to be held at Summer

Due to the way their match ended, Sabu will get another shot at Arn Anderson at
SummerSlam, however this time it will be in a Falls-Count-Anywhere Match. This
should prove to be highly interesting, as Sabu has a history of doing all sorts
of things outside the ring.

Shawn Michaels finally pulled it off. After being pinned by Ric Flair time and
time again, he nailed him with a Superkick out of nowhere for the winning pin.
It came so suddenly, neither Vader or J.J. Dillion could even attempt to make a

Speaking of Vader, he may have bitten off a little bit more than he can chew
when he interfered in the title match costing the Undertaker an almost-definite
victory. When asked for his motivation after the match, Vader said he wanted
Guerrero at SummerSlam, not the Undertaker. Vader wants to settle the score with
the reigning WWF champion and he wasn't going to let this chance pass by.

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