In Your House - R.E.S.P.E.C.T.


Rick Steamboat pinned Brian Pillman after an inside cradle in 0:14:53.
Rating: *** 1/2
Kensuke Sasaki and Hiroshi Hase defeated Public Enemy when Hase pinned Rocko after a Soviet suplex in 0:09:09.
Rating: **** 1/4
Great Muta pinned Justin Bradshaw after hitting him with a foreign object in 0:04:42.
Rating: ***
Falls-Count-Anywhere Match
Cactus Jack and Sabu defeated Toshiaki Kawada and Yokozuna when Cactus Jack pinned Kawada after an inside cradle in 0:34:21.
(Cactus Jack and Sabu retained the WWF World Tag Team Titles.)
Rating: **** 1/4
Dean Malenko pinned Davey Boy Smith after an inside cradle in 0:21:45.
(Dean Malenko retained the WWF Intercontinental Title.)
Rating: *****
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Ric Flair with the Diamond Cutter in 0:23:09.
Rating: * 1/2
The Undertaker defeated The Giant by disqualification in 0:14:39.
Rating: -* 3/4

Hollywood Hogan pinned Shawn Michaels with the Big Leg Drop in 0:25:08.
Rating: ** 1/2
Bret Hart pinned Vader after an enzuigiri in 0:07:38.
Rating: ***

Arn Anderson pinned Steve Austin after outside interference in 0:39:49.
(Arn Anderson won the WWF World Title.)
Rating: **** 1/4

Match Observations:

I'm in a state of shock... it was all a big ploy, planned out well in advance.
The alleged tension between Arn and Flair... the attack on the Undertaker at the
Rumble... everyone thought the Undertaker was coming to ringside to get revenge
on Arn Anderson for what he did to him at the Royal Rumble. Everyone was wrong.
Introducing the newest member of the Horsemen... THE UNDERTAKER !

At least this explains why Flair wrestled DDP for no apparent reason, losing in
the biggest upset in WWF history. They were trying to get the idea over that
the Horsemen were falling apart. Nothing could be further from the truth... with
Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, DDP and the Undertaker nobody will be able to stop
them. Just when you think you know the answers, the Horsemen change the

Against all odds, Cactus Jack and Sabu overcame the massive force of Toshiaki
Kawada and Yokozuna to retain the WWF World Tag Team Titles. Jack and Sabu
could very well become the longest-reigning tag team champions in WWF history
if they continue to mow through the competition like they've been doing thus

It seems as though the Great Muta is determined to work his way back up to a
title rematch against Dean Malenko. Through an interpreter he made it known that
he face Malenko once he's won five consecutive matches in under five minutes.
Well, I guess the one against Bradshaw was the first of five. Let's see how long
it takes him to get there.

Hogan seems to have Michaels' number. They have faced each other twice in
singles competition, and both times Hogan won convincingly. When they wrestled
each other in a tag match at the Rumble, things were exactly the other way
round. Now it's Michaels who's bitching about wanting a rematch ASAP.

Toshiaki Kawada's series of enzuigiris seem to have affected Vader more than he
admitted, as a well-placed enzuigiri by Bret Hart knocked the big guy out cold.
Hopefully he wasn't injured too badly in the process.

Our hats should go off to Rick Steamboat and Brian Pillman who provided us with
one of the fastest-paced matches in a long time. Steamboat certainly is far from
being done in this business, and rightfully so.

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