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WCW Halloween Havoc 1998
October 25, 1998 - MGM Grand Arena - Las Vegas, Nevada
- NON TELEVISED MATCHES:
- Wrath (Brian Clarke) def Meng..
- Alex Wright def David Finlay..
- Perry Saturn def Lodi..
- INTERVIEW: Gene Okerland & Rick Steiner + Buff Bagwell..
- Buff Bagwell offered to watch Rick Steiner's back tonight, and Rick foolishly accepted..
- TELEVISION TITLE MATCH: Chris Jericho def Raven by Submission to retain..
- Raven said since he wasn't informed of his match before he showed up then he refused to wrestle..
- Chris Jericho baited Raven back into the ring and started their match..
- ON STAGE: Eric Bischoff & "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan..
- Hulk Hogan bragged about making an example out of his flesh and blood, his nephew Horace Hogan..
- Hulk Hogan vowed to eliminate the Warrior once and for all later that night in the main event..
- #1 CONTENDERS (CRUISERWEIGHT TITLE) MATCH: Disco Inferno def Juventud Guerrera..
- CRUISERWEIGHT TITLE MATCH: Billy Kidman def Disco Inferno to retain the title..
- TAG TITLE MATCH: Rick Steiner & Buff Bagwell def The Giant & Scott Steiner (sub for Scott Hall) to win the titles!
- Everyone saw this coming, but Buff Bagwell turned on Rick Steiner and ran out of the arena..
- The Giant & Scott Steiner took turns beating up Rick Steiner and foolishly toyed with him for several minutes..
- The Giant did a missile drop kick off the top rope! but accidentally hit Scott Steiner!
- Rick Steiner got up and hit a bulldog off the top rope to win the Tag Team titles!
- Rick Steiner also earned 15-minutes in the ring with Scott Steiner..
- NO DISQUALIFICATION MATCH: Rick Steiner def Scott Steiner..
- Scott Steiner tried to walk out of the match but Rick Steiner dragged in back into the ring..
- Scott Steiner begged for mercy on his knees but Rick Steiner punched him in the face instead!
- Scott Steiner used a low-blow to turn the fight in his favour..
- A fan with a Bill Clinton mask came down and knocked Rick Steiner & The Referee out with a slapjack!
- Scott Steiner covered Rick Steiner while the Fan (Buff Bagwell) forced the referees hand for a 2-count!
- Rick Steiner fought back and took out Buff Bagwell and bulldogged Scott and a second referee counted 1-2-3!
- GRUDGE MATCH: Scott Hall def Kevin Nash by Count Out..
- Scott Hall came down with a drink in his hand and tossed it in Kevin Nash's eyes to start the match!
- Scott Hall beat up Kevin Nash and injured him and grabbed the microphone to bad-mouth his former best friend..
- Kevin Nash recovered and proceeded to punish Scott Hall and "beat some sense into him"..
- Kevin Nash hit two Jacknife power-bombs and walked out on the match..
- Scott Hall won by Count Out..
- UNITED STATES TITLE MATCH: Bret Hart def Sting by Submission to retain the title..
- Bret Hart played the cowardly heel for several minutes, avoiding the initial contact..
- Late in the match, Bret Hart faked a knee injury and pulled a forign object out of his trunks..
- Sting kicked Bret Hart and got the forign object, but Bret Hart low-blowed Sting....
- Sting hit a crazy superplex on Bret Hart, landing directly on the ankles of the unconcious referee (OUCH!)
- Sting missed a Stinger-splash and hit his head on the ring post, so Bret Hart whacked him with a bat!
- Bret Hart woke the referee up and locked the Sharpshooter on the unconcious Sting for the victory!
- Sting was fitted with a neck brace and stretchered out by EMTs..
- GRUDGE MATCH: "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan def The Warrior..
- Hulk Hogan knocked out the referee and The Giant ran down and accidentally kicked Hulk Hogan in the head!
- The Warrior disposed of The Giant as well as Stevie Ray & Vincent, who had tried to interfere..
- Hulk Hogan tried to light a fireball but screwed it up --- you could hear the announcers giggling..
- Eric Bischoff came down and distracted the referee while Horace Hogan whacked Warrior with a chair!
- Hulk Hogan got up and celebrated with Eric Bischoff and welcomed Horace back into the nWo!
- WORLD TITLE MATCH: Bill Goldberg def Diamond Dallas Page to retain..
- FADE TO BLACK....
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