Sunday, 14 November 1999

Divas Survivor Series Match: Survivor Series 1999 (Highlights)

Mae Young & Fabulous Moolah prove that they are still tough competitors when they team with Tori & Debra against Ivory, Luna, Jacqueline, & Terri Runnels in a Divas Survivor Series Match.

Survivor Series (1999) was the thirteenth annual Survivor Series professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). It was presented by Rent-A-Center, and took place on November 14, 1999 at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan.

The main event was a Triple Threat match–a non-elimination match involving three wrestlers against each other; for the WWF Championship between Triple H, The Big Show and The Rock. The Big Show won the title. He was a replacement for Stone Cold Steve Austin, who had been run down by a car earlier in the night (it was an angle for Austin to take time to recover from his injuries).

The undercard featured New Age Outlaws (Mr. Ass and Road Dogg) versus Al Snow and Mankind for the WWF Tag Team Championship, Edge and Christian and Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff) versus Too Cool (Grand Master Sexay and Scotty 2 Hotty) and The Hollys (Hardcore and Crash) in a four-on-four Survivor Series elimination match, Chyna versus Chris Jericho for the WWF Intercontinental Championship, The Big Show versus The Big Boss Man, Prince Albert, Mideon and Viscera in a one-on-four Survivor Series elimination match, Kane versus X-Pac, Mae Young, The Fabulous Moolah, Tori and Debra versus Ivory, Luna, Jacqueline and Terri Runnels in an eight-woman tag team match, Val Venis, Mark Henry, Gangrel and Steve Blackman versus The British Bulldog and Mean Street Posse (Rodney, Pete Gas and Joey Abs) in a four-on-four Survivor Series elimination match, Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle in his WWF in-ring debut against Shawn Stasiak and The Godfather, D'Lo Brown and The Headbangers (Mosh and Thrasher) versus Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von) and Acolytes Protection Agency (Faarooq and Bradshaw) in a four-on-four Survivor Series elimination tag team match

Sunday, 17 October 1999

No Mercy 1999 - Edge & Christian vs. The Hardy Boyz - Ladder Match

Oct. 17, 1999 - It's the Ladder Match that changed the game forever. With $100,000 and Terri Runnels managerial services on the line, Matt & Jeff Hardy put their bodies on the line against Edge & Christian.

Monday, 4 October 1999

WCW Nitro - Hulk Hogan & Ric Flair vs. Sting & Lex Luger

Oct. 4, 1999 - Arguably the two biggest names in Sports-Entertainment, Hulk Hogan & Ric Flair, join forces in a rare occurance to battle Sting & Lex Luger.

Sunday, 26 September 1999

Six-Pack WWE Championship Match: Unforgiven 1999 (Highlights)

The WWE Championship is vacant and special referee "Stone Cold" Steve Austin guarantees a new champion will be crowned.

Unforgiven (1999) was the second Unforgiven professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by World Wrestling Federation (WWF). It was presented by Wizards of the Coast's Magic: The Gathering and took place on September 26, 1999 at the Charlotte Coliseum in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The main event was a Six-Pack Challenge–a non-elimination match consisting of six wrestlers for the vacant WWF Championship. Stone Cold Steve Austin served as the special outside enforcer for the match. The match included Triple H, The Rock, Mankind, Kane, Big Show and British Bulldog. Triple H pinned Rock after a Pedigree to win the WWF Championship.

The undercard featured X-Pac versus Chris Jericho, a Kennel from Hell match between champion Al Snow and challenger Big Boss Man for the WWF Hardcore Championship, New Age Outlaws (Mr. Ass and Road Dogg) versus Edge and Christian for the WWF Tag Team Championship, Ivory versus Luna Vachon in a Hardcore match for the WWF Women's Championship, The Acolytes (Faarooq and Bradshaw) versus Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von), Jeff Jarrett versus Chyna for the WWF Intercontinental Championship, Mark Henry versus D'Lo Brown for the WWF European Championship and Val Venis versus Steve Blackman.

The matches of the event featured special guest referees due to the WWF officials being out on "strike" due to continuous assaults on them by wrestlers. However, only one WWF official Jim Korderas served as the referee of the event.[4] He refereed Dudley Boyz vs. The Acolytes, the WWF Tag Team Championship match and the WWF Championship match.

The previous Unforgiven event was held in April while the 1999 edition was moved to September as Backlash took Unforgiven's place. Unforgiven replaced Breakdown: In Your House that was held in September 1998. Unforgiven continued to being used as a pay-per-view for the month of September until its final edition in 2008 as it was replaced by Breaking Point in 2009.

Thursday, 23 September 1999

SmackDown - Rock 'N' Sock Connection vs. New Age Outlaws - Tag Team Title - Sept. 23, 1999

Sept. 23, 1999 - Road Dogg & Billy Gunn reunite on SmackDown to challenge The Rock & Mankind for the World Tag Team Championships.

Monday, 5 July 1999

Raw - APA vs. The Hardy Boyz - World Tag Team Title Match

The young Hardy Boyz get their first crack at the World Tag Team Championship when they battle Faarooq & Bradshaw - Raw, July 5, 1999

Sunday, 9 May 1999

Rick Steiner vs. Booker T - TV Title Match: WCW Slamboree 1999

Slamboree 1999 took place on May 9, 1999 from the TWA Dome in St. Louis, Missouri.

Rick Steiner squares off with Booker T for the WCW TV Championship at Slamboree 1999.

Dark match: Dale Torborg defeated Johnny Swinger
Raven and Perry Saturn defeated Rey Mysterio, Jr. and Billy Kidman (c), and Dean Malenko and Chris Benoit (with Arn Anderson) in a Triangle match to win the WCW World Tag Team Championship
Raven pinned Kidman after a top-rope Evenflow DDT following interference from Chris Kanyon.
Konnan defeated Stevie Ray (with Vincent and Horace Hogan)
Konnan pinned Ray with a roll-up following interference from Rey Mysterio, Jr..
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Brian Knobs in a Hardcore match
Bigelow pinned Knobs after a Suplex through a souvenir stand to win the title "King of Hardcore".
Rick Steiner defeated Booker T to win the WCW World Television Championship
Steiner pinned Booker after a Steiner Bulldog.
Gorgeous George (with Madusa, Miss Madness and Randy Savage) defeated Charles Robinson (with The Head Nurse and Ric Flair)
George pinned Robinson after a Flying Elbowdrop.
As a result of George winning, Savage was reinstated in WCW.
Scott Steiner defeated Buff Bagwell to retain the WCW United States Championship
Steiner forced Bagwell to submit with the Steiner Recliner.
After the match, Rick Steiner came out and helped Scott attack Bagwell.
Roddy Piper defeated Ric Flair (with Arn Anderson and The Head Nurse) by disqualification to gain control of WCW
Flair originally won by pinfall, but Eric Bischoff came out and disqualified Flair for hitting Piper with an "international object".
Following the match Piper immediately fired Flair.
Sting fought Goldberg to a no contest
The match was declared a no contest after Bret Hart came out and attacked the referee,
After the match, The Steiner Brothers came out and attacked both Sting and Goldberg.
Kevin Nash defeated Diamond Dallas Page to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Nash pinned Page after a Jacknife Powerbomb.

Randy Savage interfered in the match to assist Page, assaulting Nash and hitting him with the title belt.
Eric Bischoff came to the ring after Savage interfered, ordered Doug Dillinger to escort Savage out of the building, and then told referee Nick Patrick to restart the match as a no-disqualification match.

Sunday, 21 March 1999

Monday, 4 January 1999