In Your House - Head Will Roll


Brian Christopher pinned Ahmed Johnson after a crucifix in 0:12:42.
Rating: * 1/2
Bret Hart and Val Venis defeated The Dudleys (Big Dick Dudley and D-Von Dudley) when V. Venis pinned D-Von Dudley with the Money Shot in 0:01:50.
Rating: *** 1/2
Masato Tanaka pinned Brian Pillman with the Rolling Elbow Smash in 0:08:34.
Rating: ** 1/2
Rob Van Dam, Dean Malenko and Ken Shamrock defeated Hayabusa, Shinjiro Otani and Kendo Ka Shin when Shamrock made Ka Shin submit to
a single-leg takedown into a leglock in 0:21:30.

Rating: *****
Rocky Maivia pinned Diamond Dallas Page with the Rock Bottom in 0:17:17.
Rating: **
Shawn Michaels pinned Hollywood Hogan with the Superkick in 0:05:18.
Rating: ** 1/2
Cactus Jack and Sabu defeated Ric Flair and Arn Anderson when Cactus Jack pinned Anderson with the Double Arm DDT in 0:17:09.
(Cactus Jack and Sabu retained the WWF World Tag Team Titles.)
Rating: ** 1/4
Brawl For All
The Undertaker defeated Vader via first-round technical knockout at the 04:06 mark.
(The Undertaker retained the WWF Brawl For All Title.)
Chris Benoit made Al Snow submit to the Crippler Crossface in 0:27:49.
(Chris Benoit retained the WWF World Title.
Chris Benoit won the WWF Intercontinental Title.)
Rating: **** 1/4
Vince McMahon drew the King of the Ring first round matches... and announced an interesting stipulation.

Match Observations:

This show was one for the ages.

From a great impromptu six-man tag which saw the US contingent of Ken Shamrock,
Rob Van Dam and Dean Malenko put aside their differences to defeat the superb
team of Hayabusa, Shinjiro Otani and Kendo Ka Shin in a true classic to the
announcement of the King of the Ring tournament - I'm truly speechless.

Chris Benoit defeated Al Snow in a questionable decision as Snow had Benoit
beat with the Snow Plow with no referee being present. It has since been
announced that the two will be rematched in the King of the Ring main event.

Shawn Michaels seems to be intent on getting his career back on track. Tonight's
convincing victory over Hollywood Hogan was only the first step back into title

Vader's injury seemingly hasn't yet healed 100 percent after all given the way
in which he lost to the Undertaker. Maybe it was too much too soon.

Bret Hart and Val Venis managed to defeat the Dudleys tonight, and in
convincing fashion. However, due to Buh Buh Ray Dudley's injury, his "brother"
Big Dick had to stand in. The two teams will be rematched at the King of the
Ring, albeit with Buh Buh back in the fold.

Two more weeks to go until MSG, and history's in the making !

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