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Kliq - This match right here will determine whether the Kliq stay together or break apart. They are down and out after WM13, so now we see what happens with them.
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Edge & Christian vs. The Godwinns
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Taz vs. Barry Horowitz
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Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall & Triple H vs. Owen Hart, Steve Austin, Brian Pillman, Randy Savage & The British Bulldog
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It's great to see so much support for this project. Just as a note the first RAW, which is the draft, will be a full write-up and then after that RAW and SmackDown will move to a more condensed style similar to what I've used previously, with a spotlight segment and a main event write up. I feel like that's needed with two brands.

This is also a 24 hour warning as the debut show will be up tomorrow night, so you have until then to get any more predictions in.
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WWF RAW is WAR, April 1997, Week One
Attendance: 14,156 at AR Verizon Centre
Commentary Team: Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler

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The first episode of Monday Night RAW following the epic that was WrestleMania XIII kicked off with the heads of RAW and SmackDown, Vince McMahon & Roddy Piper, standing atop the ramp, podiums in place. Tonight the WWF would begin a new era as the brand split began, but first the rosters had to be decided. The rules to tonight were simple, both brands would make ten draft picks, single stars or certain teams, and the remaining rosters would be drafted by random lottery immediately following the show. Starting tomorrow night on SmackDown these rosters will be locked down. RAW stars will appear on RAW, SmackDown stars on SmackDown. The landscape of the World Wrestling Federation will forever be changed, and it all began here.

As the result of a coin flip before the show Vince McMahon would draft first for RAW. Vince cockily said that he’d already beaten World Championship Wrestling so badly that he’d had to create competition for himself in the form of SmackDown, and that he was going to beat them as well. Vince said that there was only one choice to be made for the premier show in the World Wrestling Federation, and that was the WWF World Heavyweight Champion, Owen Hart! Roddy wasn’t surprised, saying Owen was the only logical first pick, but that the WWF roster is loaded with talent, including Owen’s own brother. Piper said that he goes a long way back with his first pick and that he still believes he’s the best that ever was, is or will be, which is why SmackDown’s number one draft pick is Bret Hart!




RATING: A (90)

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Edge & Christian vs. The Godwinns

Last night Edge & Christian became the new WWF Intercontinental Tag Team Champions in an incredible triple threat tag team TLC match. Not content with ending their night there though the new champions got the world talking when they seemingly allied with The Rock and attacked Chris Jericho. Tonight the pair squared off with The Godwinns and made short work of the pair as Edge pinned Henry O. Godwinn following a Spear.

WINNERS: Edge & Christian
RATING: B- (75)



With the match over The Rock made his way down to the ring, joining Edge & Christian in the ring to explain what went down at WrestleMania. The Rock said that ever since he joined the World Wrestling Federation he’s not been treated with the respect he deserves by WWF officials, despite clearly being the fans favourite wrestler and the most electrifying man in all of professional wrestling. In fact despite his incredible popularity, charisma and good looks he hasn’t even been given a single title shot! “I come out here, week after week, month after month, and I put on the most entertaining moments in all of professional wrestling and what do I get for it? Nothing!”



“Would you please shut… the hell… up!” Chris Jericho got an instant reaction as he interrupted The Rock. “You know Rock I don’t care that you’re out here running your mouth, I don’t care that you’re boring the hell out of everyone, the only thing I care about is the three of you jackasses thinking you can get away with jumping me!” Jericho said that it doesn’t matter which brand any of them end up on, he’ll find a way to take them out. The Rock, Edge & Christian all feigned fear, before The Rock told Jericho to take his threats and shove them up his candy ass! “You want some, then how about you come down here and get some?” Jericho thought better of it, telling the trio he’ll get them when they’re not ready to triple team him, but promising one thing - “I will get you, sooner or later…”

RATING: B (77)

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The first ever WWF draft continued as Vince McMahon and Roddy Piper took to their podiums, this time to announce two draft picks each, as will be the process for the remainder of the night, at least up until the very final pick. As will be the trend tonight Vince McMahon had the right to pick first, and so decided to make his second pick one one of the most influential names in the entire World Wrestling Federation, the leader of The Kliq… Shawn Michaels! Roddy responded that if Vince wanted to talk about influential figures then there are perhaps none more than SmackDown’s second pick, The Undertaker! Piper could tell he’d struck a big blow to McMahon’s draft plan by taking the Deadman, a former two time WWF World Heavyweight Champion and the man who beat Shawn Michaels last night at WrestleMania XIII. Vince acknowledged the impressive pick, and then made one of his own. Vince pointed out that certain names in the draft will be picked as a duo, such as his third picks, the WWF World Tag Team Champions, Steve Austin & Brian Pillman! With that pick Vince has made both the WWF World Championship and the World Tag Team Championship exclusive to RAW. The Rowdy One admitted Vince had picked two of the hottest talents in the WWF, but said he was amazed he’d forgotten about a man he himself had stolen from the competition, a man who was perhaps the biggest signing in WWF history, a man that Vince will now have to watch on SmackDown… Sting! Vince couldn’t believe it, he’d stolen Sting from WCW, and now he wasn’t even going to be on RAW!




RATING: B (77)

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Taz vs. Barry Horowitz

Extreme Rising are coming off of a big victory at last night’s WrestleMania, and Taz continued their hot streak as he completely dominated Barry Horowitz. With the rest of the group watching on Taz threw Horowitz around with an assortment of suplexes before locking in the Tazmission and forcing Horowitz to tap out. Extreme Rising continue to be a force here in the World Wrestling Federation, but by the time the draft finishes will they all still even be on the same show?

WINNER: Taz
RATING: C (62)

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It was time for the fourth and fifth rounds of the WWF draft, and things certainly seemed to be heating up between Vince McMahon and Roddy Piper after the last round. Vince wasted little time telling Piper that he may have taken a number of big names, but that he wasn’t looking at the bigger picture unlike him. Vince announced that his fourth pick would “keep the band together and keep eyes on RAW”, picking Kevin Nash & Scott Hall as a duo. Piper told Vince he was as stupid as any villain giving away his big plan, telling him that he’ll put an end to it right now by breaking up that band and drafting Triple H! Just like that The Kliq had been broken up! An agitated Vince told Roddy he always had a backup plan, saying that people want excitement and the unexpected and he’d give it to them, picking the first ever winner of the Money in the Bank ladder match, Eddie Guerrero, as his fifth pick. The Rowdy One knows that excitement is the name of the game, hell he basically made the rules to the game! Piper brought up his lengthy career, saying that there was a title that was almost as prestigious as the World title, which is why he was drafting the WWF Intercontinental Champion William Regal next.




RATING: B+ (83)

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With the draft now halfway over the show cut to the locker room of The Kliq, which was deathly silent after the group had officially been broken up, first with the drafting of Bret Hart and now with Triple H heading to Tuesday nights. Shawn rallied the troops, saying that all this means is The Kliq gets to run roughshod over two shows instead of one and saying that they were all Kliq for life. Everyone agreed, besides Bret Hart who seemed disinterested. Michaels confronted Bret over his seeming lack of unity but the Hitman had a few choice words for his old foe. “The Kliq got me nowhere, in fact since joining I’ve lost the one thing that matters, my title. As far as I’m concerned when tonight’s done, I’m going back to looking out for myself.” Bret walked out of the locker room, leaving an unusually tense atmosphere behind as the future of The Kliq looks extremely uncertain following tonight’s blockbuster draft.

RATING: B (79)

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WWF European Championship Match
Rey Mysterio vs. Chris Candido


It was in the Action Zone that Rey Mysterio shocked everybody by defeating Chris Candido to capture the WWF European Championship, his first title in the World Wrestling Federation. Tonight Chris Candido had an opportunity to take the title back, guaranteeing he’d be a big get in the draft. Candido’s technical skills proved to be a good match for Mysterio’s speed and risk-taking style as Candido looked to ground the European Champion and keep him on the mat. Mysterio found himself in trouble early on before breaking out late in the match with a string of fast paced offence that took Candido completely out of his game. Mysterio took Candido down with a drop toe hold, connecting with the 619 and the West Coast Pop as he picked up a big victory in his first title defence.

WINNER: Rey Mysterio
RATING: B- (76)

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As the draft continued things got more and more unpredictable. With a number of major names already picked it was time for the sixth and seventh picks of the night as the rosters truly began to take shape. Vince McMahon spoke about how over the past three years women’s wrestling has become more exciting than ever before, with talent from all over the world coming to compete in the WWF thanks to him, which is why he was picking the WWF Women’s Champion Madusa as his sixth pick. Roddy Piper brought up how there aren’t many people still around from when he was in his prime, but there’s one man looking to prove he still has it and he wants to give him the opportunity to do it on SmackDown… Randy Savage! Vince followed up by picking a legend of his own, saying he was picking someone who’d done it all except for win the World Heavyweight Championship, The British Bulldog! For the final pick of this round Roddy Piper said that just because Vince has the WWF World Tag Team Champions doesn’t mean that tag team wrestling won’t be a focal point of SmackDown as well, reminding Vince there’s a second pair of tag team champions in the WWF, who just so happen to be his seventh pick, Edge & Christian.




RATING: C+ (67)

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Before anyone can react to the draft The Undertaker made his ominous entrance, ignoring both Vince McMahon and the man who drafted him earlier tonight, Roddy Piper. The Undertaker took to the ring and immediately got to the point, demanding Sting come to the ring right now! Moments passed, and somebody did answer The Undertaker, unfortunately it wasn’t Sting…



The Disciples of Apocalypse hit the ring, Chainz grabbing the microphone right out of The Undertaker’s hand. That was a big mistake as before he could say a word The Undertaker hit him with a big right hand. The Undertaker took the fight to both Chainz & Crush in controlling fashion, leveling Chainz with a big boot, chokeslamming Crush and finishing the duo off by delivering the dreaded Tombstone Piledriver to Chainz. The Undertaker left the Disciples of Apocalypse down and out, sending a message to Sting that sooner or later they will meet again, and this time The Undertaker will be ready for him.

RATING: B (82)

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Akira Hokuto & Bull Nakano vs. Manami Toyota & Etsuki Mita

With Madusa, and likely much of the WWF Women’s division, going to RAW in the WWF draft this was an opportunity for three former WWF Women’s Champions, and Akira Hokuto who is sure to want to add her name to that list, to show their stuff and stake their claim as the next challenger. This was a battle between Hokuto & Nakano’s brutality against Totoya & Mita’s skill and determination. Akira & Bull weren’t afraid to bend the rules as they attempted to wear down Toyota and cut her off from her corner until the Flying Angel managed to make the hot tag to Mita, who hit the ring like a house on fire. Mita tore through both of her opponents and when Totoya returned to the fight to take Akira Hokuto out of the ring Mita connected with the Death Valley Driver to Nakano to pick up the victory.

WINNER: Manami Toyota & Etsuki Mita
RATING: C+ (66)

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With only three picks to come in tonight’s live portion of the WWF draft Vince McMahon wasted no time in announcing another champion would be coming to Monday Night’s, mentioning that he was impressed earlier tonight and can’t wait to see what Rey Mysterio does on RAW. Roddy Piper shot back with a champion on his own, mentioning that while RAW will have the Women’s Champion he’ll be taking the Cruiserweight Champion and a man just as exciting as Rey Mysterio, Jushin Thunder Liger! Vince McMahon immediately changed the tone, saying that Piper has managed to forget about one of the most dominant men in wrestling history, the man they call Vader while Piper fired back, saying that he hasn’t forgotten anyone, he’s just choosing to focus on the future with his ninth pick as he picked a man who at just 26 has already challenged for the WWF World Heavyweight Championship, Rob Van Dam!




RATING: B- (75)

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Kane vs. Bam Bam Bigelow

Kane may not have been victorious at WrestleMania XIII but the Big Red Machine has still only ever been defeated once in singles action, against his own brother The Undertaker, and he reminded everyone exactly why that was as he went toe to toe with Bam Bam Bigelow in a real hoss fight. With Ted DiBiase and Tatanka watching their Million Dollar Corporation stablemate in action Bigelow put up a real fight, trying to get his career back on track after an extremely rough few years. Unfortunately tonight wasn’t going to be his night as Kane wrapped that huge hand around Bigelow’s throat and drove him to the mat with a Choke Slam, much to Ted DiBiase’s dismay.

WINNER: Kane
RATING: B- (76)

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There was just one pick left for both brands tonight and there was a lot of anticipation as to who would be that tenth and final pick. Vince decided to invite his son Shane McMahon out onto the stage to make the final pick, saying that he’ll be proud to have his son by his side as he crushes Roddy Piper. Shane announced that their tenth pick is someone just as dominant as they’ll be, as he just proved, the Big Red Machine Kane! Roddy Piper was impressed by their tenth pick, but said that they’ve forgotten perhaps one of the best young stars in all of professional wrestling, a man who actually only debuted one year ago and already has a big WrestleMania victory under his belt, SmackDown’s tenth and final pick… The Rock! While that was it for the draft that didn’t mean the drama was over, as suddenly the lights went out and…



When they came back on Vince and Shane McMahon were both covered in golden slime, slipping and sliding all over the ramp while Roddy Piper and Goldust stood laughing at them from the SmackDown podium! Goldust might have come up short last night at WrestleMania XIII against the McMahon’s but he’s certainly got the last laugh tonight, humiliating the McMahon’s on what was meant to be a historic night for the first family of professional wrestling!




RATING: B (80)

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The Kliq vs. Owen Hart, Steve Austin, Brian Pillman, Randy Savage & The British Bulldog

Possibly one of the biggest matches in RAW history as The Kliq clashed with a number of competitors that they’ve had issues with. Tonight we have seen all ten of these men drafted to different shows, with The Kliq being split up thanks to the efforts of Vince McMahon and Roddy Piper. For this version of the group this match was their swan song and they wanted to go out with a bang, but that wasn’t going to be easy when their opponents consisted of the WWF World Heavyweight Champion, the WWF World Tag Team Champions, the Macho Man and The British Bulldog. A lengthy bout ensued with all ten men getting some time in the ring with no clear winner in sight. As was always going to happen this match eventually descended into complete chaos with all ten men splitting off to fight it out. As the action spilled out of the ring only Owen Hart and Shawn Michaels were left and with both of these men part of the RAW roster this could easily be a future title match. Tonight it was the champion who was left standing tall as Owen Hart managed to counter a Sweet Chin Music and lock in the Sharpshooter. With the rest of The Kliq preoccupied Michaels decided it’d be better to live to fight another day and tapped out!

WINNERS: Owen Hart, Steve Austin, Brian Pillman, Randy Savage & The British Bulldog
RATING: B (80)

The Kliq had lost on their last night as a combined unit and as their opponents celebrated up the ramp it was time for their curtain call. Bret Hart wanted no part of it, leaving ringside in frustration over the loss however the rest of the group all joined each other in the ring, too-sweeting each other and embracing. Triple H, Chyna, the New Age Outlaws & Syxx were the first to leave, giving the original trio, Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash & Scott Hall the ring. The three friends hugged it out and, knowing they were all still part of RAW, made it clear they’d be working together…

Until suddenly Scott Hall delivered a low blow to Michaels before Nash followed it up with a big boot! The crowd were in shock, moreso when Triple H held his arms out on the ramp, signalling to the rest of The Kliq not to get involved. Kevin Nash and Scott Hall lifted Shawn Michaels up before Nash drove him into the mat with a Jacknife Powerbomb! Scott Hall then did the same, hitting the Razor’s Edge on Michaels! The Kliq had imploded in the aftermath of their loss, Kevin Nash & Scott Hall ending this historic episode of RAW stood over the broken body of their former friend Shawn Michaels.

RATING: A (89)

SHOW RATING: B (82)



WWF Sunday Night HEAT, April 1997, Week One
Attendance: 14,156 at AR Verizon Centre
Commentary Team: Mike Tenay & Bobby Heenan

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- In footage from immediately following RAW is WAR, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall refused to give an interview to Todd Pettengill, cockily telling him to wait until RAW. (B / 77)
2. In a squash match Ken Shamrock defeated Mike Sharpe in 7:23 by submission with an Ankle Lock. (C+ / 66)
3. Farooq defeated Marc Mero in a back and forth contest with a Dominator. (B / 80)
- Faarooq, New Jack & Mustapha Saed cut a promo in the ring where they said that the Nation of Domination will continue to dominate RAW is WAR. (C+ / 67)
4. In a big, competitive tag team main event Rey Mysterio & Scott Steiner defeated Bam Bam Bigelow & Tatanka when Scott Steiner defeated Tatanka by submission with a Steiner Recliner. (B- / 75)

SHOW RATING: B- (75)

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Amazing first episode Rateddc! I'm excited to see where this Kliq storyline goes!
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Great show. I'm excited to see where the rest of the roster ends up.
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damn that was a super hot draft, just when I thought id picked my facourtie show the other switched it up and made me pick them.....guess there's only one thing for it, to enjoy both RAW and SMACKDOWN!
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Vince is full of surprises. I was surprised when he approached with an offer for ECW, and I was even more surprised when he said he wanted to bring me and some of the boys on board for an angle. Course I figured it’d inevitably lead to my humiliation, just another show of victory for the WWF, but if it meant some of my guys got a job out of the ashes of ECW? Hell, I’d do whatever it took to make that happen.

So consider all that when I tell you that a few weeks before WrestleMania XIII Vince McMahon himself approached me and told me that when the brand split went down he wanted me to head up the booking team for SmackDown. Me, Paul Heyman, actually booking for the World Wrestling Federation? Hell, that was little Paul’s dream, right back when I was taking photos from ringside, so of course I jumped at the chance, even if it meant selling out all over again.

Course Jim Ross didn’t like it, he’d done a great job booking things for the last few years, taking the fight to WCW, he couldn’t understand why a guy like me was suddenly being given so much power. He was still the head booker for RAW obviously, but he thought that he’d get to keep running the entire company, even with the split. Vince though, he saw things differently. He wanted there to be a real sense of competition between RAW and SmackDown, which meant he wanted two guys running things, fighting for supremacy.

Gotta say, I liked the man’s style sometimes.

Some of the old hands didn’t like it either, thought I was gonna push ‘em out the door in favour of my own guys, but that’s not my style. They’d have a chance to prove themselves, same as anyone, and as long as they could help me put a dent in the juggernaut that was RAW then I'd make sure they got their time to shine, but if they didn’t hold up their end of things? Well, I ain’t the sentimental sort, let’s put it that way…


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Paul Heyman heading up Smackdown. Smackdown Six coming 5 years early perhaps?
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It's just me or Paul Heyman looks like a murderous butcher?
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WWF SmackDown, April 1997, Week One
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
Chris Benoit vs. Chris Jericho
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Jushin Thunder Liger & Mikey Whipwreck vs. Psicosis & Silver King
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
Cactus Jack vs. Scott Norton
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
The Undertaker vs. Chainz
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Goldust vs. Reno Riggins
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
Adam Clarke vs. Triple H
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The prediction contest standings will be released after each weeks RAW and SmackDown is posted, and there'll be an update after this show as to exactly what the prediction contest entails.

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Paul Heyman heading up Smackdown. Smackdown Six coming 5 years early perhaps?
Let's just say I had Jim Ross and Paul Heyman in mind when drafting the rosters. My hope is that RAW and SmackDown will both have distinct feels both in content and who gets spotlighted as the game goes on.

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It's just me or Paul Heyman looks like a murderous butcher?
I'm definitely sensing a gimmick change here...
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
Chris Benoit vs. Chris Jericho
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Jushin Thunder Liger & Mikey Whipwreck vs. Psicosis & Silver King
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
Cactus Jack vs. Scott Norton
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
The Undertaker vs. Chainz
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Goldust vs. Reno Riggins
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Adam Clarke vs. Triple H
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
Chris Benoit vs. Chris Jericho
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Jushin Thunder Liger & Mikey Whipwreck vs. Psicosis & Silver King
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
Cactus Jack vs. Scott Norton
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
The Undertaker vs. Chainz
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Goldust vs. Reno Riggins
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
Adam Clarke vs. Triple H
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
Chris Benoit vs. Chris Jericho
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Jushin Thunder Liger & Mikey Whipwreck vs. Psicosis & Silver King
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
Cactus Jack vs. Scott Norton
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Round One
The Undertaker vs. Chainz
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