In Your House 2012 I


Toshiaki Kawada pinned Skip after a power bomb in 0:11:11.

Bret Hart and The Sandman beat The Head Hunters when B. Hart made Head Hunter #1 submit to the Sharpshooter in 0:01:54.

Stan Hansen pinned Rad Radford after a short lariat in 0:00:23.

Brian Pillman and Arn Anderson beat Ahmed Johnson and Chris Benoît when Pillman pinned Ahmed Johnson after outside interference in 0:05:03.

Razor Ramon pinned Goldust after a small package in 0:00:10.

Falls-Count-Anywhere Match
Justin Bradshaw pinned Owen Hart with the Lariat in 0:18:46.

Cactus Jack and The Undertaker beat Shawn Michaels and Diesel when Cactus Jack pinned Michaels with the Leaping DDT in 0:12:36.

Two-out-of-three-Falls Match where the title can change hands via DQ or countout
Steve Austin beat Ric Flair 2 falls to 1 :
x Flair beat S. Austin via an inside cradle in 0:01:53
x S. Austin beat Flair via an inside cradle in 0:43:18
x S. Austin beat Flair via the Stone Cold Stunner in 0:44:59

Match Observations:

Razor got Goldust again !! This time he totally humiliated the man in gold
by pinning him in a mere TEN seconds.

WWF veteran Toshiaki Kawada made his triumphant return to the WWF making
mincemeat of Skip of the Body Donnas.

Wouldn't you have known it, Jim Cornette did it again. His distraction cost
Owen Hart the Intercontinental Title. Hart had Bradshaw set up for the
Sharpshooter, but Cornette came from behind. Owen introduced Cornette to his
own racket, yet when Hart turned around, Bradshaw had recovered and hit him with
the Lariat for the pin.

Arn Anderson wasn't kidding when he told Ahmed Johnson and Chris Benoit they
had a GIANT surprise in store for them. The Giant came out of nowhere, choke
slammed 300+ pound Ahmed Johnson and led the Horsemen to victory over their
opposition. Johnson was positively furious, and he demanded a match against the
Giant at WrestleMania.

Speaking of demanding a match, Shawn Michaels did just the same. He wants a
one-on-one singles match with Cactus Jack, who managed to pin the Heartbreak
Kid after his patented Double Arm DDT.

Steve Austin did the impossible. No one, really no one believed he could regain
the title in this two-out-of-three falls match against Ric Flair, especially
when the 40-minute-mark passed with Flair leading by one fall to none. Austin
skinned the cat and pinned Flair twice within five minutes, winning the title
just a single second before the time limit expired. J.J. Dillon literally
dropped dead, and that alone was worth it ;)

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