WWF/WWE Show Information


It started out as a regional promotion, broke away from the National Wrestling Association, fought through the wars of the Big 3, and now stands as the biggest wrestling organization on the planet. From the World Wide Wrestling Federation to today's World Wrestling Entertainment, the McMahon family has truly built a dynasty that can be admired and envied. Through this listing of the major cards and pay-per-views that have taken place in the history of the organization, I hope you'll get to remember the matches and individuals that helped mold the history of sports entertainment.

For a little more information on the cards (such as the time of the matches and who picked up the falls), be sure to check out the WWE section of www.prowrestlinghistory.com.


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(WWWF/WWF/WWE Raw) WWE Title
(WWE Smackdown) World Heavyweight Title
WWWF/WWF/WWE Tag-Team Titles
WWE Unified Diva's Title
WWF/WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Title
WCW/WWE United States Heavyweight Title
WWE "Smackdown" World Tag-Team Titles(Retired)
WWF/WWE World Women's Title(Retired)
WWF/WWE World Light Heavyweight Title(Retired)
WWF/WWE European Heavyweight Title(Retired)
WWF/WWE Hardcore Title(Retired)
WCW/WWF/WWE Cruiserweight Title(Retired)
WWWF/WWF World Junior Heavyweight Title(Retired)


WWF Royal Rumble '99
(January 24th, 1999)

- In a dark match, Christian defeated Jeff Hardy

- In a dark match, Bob Holly & Scorpio defeated Too Much (Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor)

- Mankind defeated Mabel

- The Big Boss Man defeated Jesse James

- Ken Shamrock retained the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, defeating Billy Gunn

- X-Pac retained the WWF European Heavyweight Title, defeating Gangrel

- Sable retained the WWF World Women's Title, winning a "Strap" Match over Luna

- Rocky Maivia won the WWF World Heavyweight Title, winning an "I Quit" Match over Mankind

- Vince McMahon won the "Royal Rumble" Match over Steve Austin, the Big Boss Man, Steve Blackman, the Blue Meanie, D-Lo Brown, Chyna, Droz, Edge, Gangrel, Gillberg, the Godfather, Goldust, Golga, Billy Gunn, Owen Hart, Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Mark Henry, Jesse James, Jeff Jarrett, Kane, Kurrgan, Mabel, Dan Severn, Ken Shamrock, Tiger Ali Singh, Al Snow, Test, Val Venis, and X-Pac

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WWF St. Valentine's Day Massacre
February 14th, 1999

- In a dark match, Too Much (Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor) defeated The Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy)

- In a dark match, Viscera won, via DQ, over Test

- In a dark match, Billy Gunn fought to a No-Contest with Tiger Ali Singh

- Goldust defeated Bluedust

- Bob Holly won the vacated WWF Hardcore Title, defeating Al Snow

- The Big Boss Man defeated Mideon

- Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett retained the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, defeating D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry

- Val Venis won the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, defeating Ken Shamrock

- Chyna & Kane defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley & X-Pac

- Mankind retained the WWF World Heavyweight Title, fighting to a No-Contest in a "Last Man Standing" Match with Rocky Maivia

- Steve Austin won a "Steel Cage" Match over Vince McMahon (this match had the debut of Paul Wight)

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WWF Wrestlemania XV
March 28th, 1999

- In a dark match, Jacqueline defeated Ivory

- In a dark match, D-Lo Brown and Test were the final 'survivors' of a "Tag-Team Contendership Battle Royal". The other participants were Animal, Steve Blackman, Justin Bradshaw, Brian Christopher, Droz, Eight Ball, Faarooq, Gillberg, the Godfather, Johnny Grunge, Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, Hawk, Mideon, Rocco Rock, Tiger Ali Singh, Skull, Scott Taylor, and Viscera

- Hardcore Holly won the WWF Hardcore Title, winning a "Hardcore Triangle" Match over Billy Gunn and Al Snow

- Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett retained the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, defeating D-Lo Brown & Test

- Butterbean won a "Brawl For All" Match in the 1st round over Bart Gunn. Vinnie Panziano was the special referee. Chuck Wepner and Gorilla Monsoon were the special judges.

- Mankind won a "Winner Referees Main Event" Match, via DQ, over Paul Wight

- The Road Dogg retained the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, winning a "Four Corners" Match over Ken Shamrock, Val Venis, and Goldust

- Kane won, via DQ, over Hunter Hearst Helmsley

- Sable retained the WWF Women's World Title, defeating Tori

- Shane McMahon retained the WWF European Heavyweight Title, defeating X-Pac

- The Undertaker won a "Hell In A Cell" Match over the Big Boss Man

- Steve Austin won the WWF World Heavyweight Title, defeating the Rock

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WWF Backlash '99
April 25th, 1999

- In a dark match, Val Venis & Nicole Bass defeated D-Lo Brown & Ivory

- In a dark match, Prince Albert & Droz defeated Too Much (Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor)

- In a dark match, Kane defeated the Big Boss Man

- In a dark match, Viscera defeated Test

- Mideon & The Acolytes (Bradshaw & Faarooq) defeated the Brood (Edge, Christian, & Gangrel)

- Al Snow won the WWF Hardcore Title, defeating Hardcore Holly

- The Godfather retained the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, defeating Goldust

- The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James) defeated Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett

- Mankind won a "Boiler Room Brawl" over Paul Wight

- Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated X-Pac

- The Undertaker defeated Ken Shamrock

- Steve Austin retained the WWF World Heavyweight Title, defeating the Rock. Shane McMahon was the special referee.


WWF No Mercy '99 (UK)
May 16th, 1999

- Tiger Ali Singh defeated Gillberg

- Viscera & The Acolytes (Bradshaw & Faarooq) defeated the Brood (Christian, Edge, & Gangrel)

- Steve Blackman defeated Droz

- Kane won, via DQ, over Mideon

- Nicole Bass defeated Tori

- Shane McMahon retained the WWF European Heavyweight Title, defeating X-Pac

- Billy Gunn defeated Mankind

- Steve Austin retained the WWF World Heavyweight Title, winning an "Anything Goes Triangle" Match over Hunter Hearst Helmsley and the Undertaker


WWF Over The Edge '99
May 23rd, 1999

- In a dark match, Meat defeated Brian Christopher

- In a dark match, The Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy) defeated Goldust & the Blue Meanie

- In a dark match, Vince McMahon fought to a No-Contest with Mideon

- Kane & X-Pac retained the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, defeating D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry

- Al Snow retained the WWF Hardcore Title, defeating Hardcore Holly

- Owen Hart, who was scheduled to win the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title from the Godfather, fell to his death from the top of the arena.

- Val Venis & Nicole Bass defeated Jeff Jarrett & Debra

- Mr. Ass defeated the Road Dogg

- The Union (Ken Shamrock, the Big Show, Mankind, & Test) won an "Elimination" Match over the Corporate Ministry (Bradshaw, Faarooq, Viscera, & the Big Boss Man). (Mankind was the sole 'survivor')

- The Rock won, via DQ, over Hunter Hearst Helmsley

- The Undertaker won the WWF World Heavyweight Title, defeating Steve Austin. Shane McMahon was the special referee.


WWF King of the Ring Tournament '99
May/June 1999

First Round Matches:

- The Roaddogg defeated the Godfather

- Chyna defeated Val Venis

- Bob Holly defeated Al Snow

- X-Pac defeated the Big Boss Man

- Kane defeated Test

- The Big Show defeated Droz

- Ken Shamrock defeated Jeff Jarrett

- Billy Gunn defeated Viscera

(All other matches at PPV)


WWF King of the Ring '99
June 27th, 1999

- In a dark match, Meat defeated Kurt Angle

- In a dark match, Edge & Christian fought to a No-Contest with The Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy)

- In a dark match, Mideon & Viscera won a "Handicap" Match over the Big Boss Man

- In a dark match, Prince Albert defeated Val Venis

- In a dark match, Ken Shamrock won, via DQ, over Shane McMahon

KOTR Tournament, Quarter-Finals:

- X-Pac won, via DQ, over Bob Holly

- Kane defeated the Big Show

- Billy Gunn won, via ref stoppage, over Ken Shamrock

- The Road Dogg defeated Chyna

KOTR Tournament, Semi-Finals:

- Billy Gunn defeated Kane

- X-Pac defeated the Road Dogg

KOTR Tournament, Finals:

- Billy Gunn defeated X-Pac to win the tournament

Other Matches:

- The Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy) defeated Edge & Christian

- The Undertaker retained the WWF World Heavyweight Title, defeating the Rock

- Shane McMahon & Vince McMahon won a "Control of WWE Handicap Ladder" Match over Steve Austin


WWF Fully Loaded '99
July 25th, 1999

- In a dark match, Val Venis defeated Joey Abs

- In a dark match, the Godfather defeated Meat

- In a dark match, Christian defeated Viscera

- Jeff Jarrett won the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, defeating Edge

- The Acolytes (Bradshaw & Faarooq) won the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, winning a "Handicap" Match over Michael Hayes & The Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy)

- D-Lo Brown won the WWF European Heavyweight Title, defeating Mideon

- The Big Boss Man won the WWF Hardcore Title, defeating Al Snow

- The Big Show defeated Kane. Hardcore Holly was the special referee.

- Ken Shamrock won a "Parking Lot Brawl" over Steve Blackman

- X-Pac & the Road Dogg won a "Rights To D-Generation X" Match over Chyna & Mr. Ass

- Hunter Hearst Helmsley won a "Strap" Match over the Rock

- Steve Austin retained the WWF World Heavyweight Title, winning a "First Blood" Match over the Undertaker. Due to prematch stipulations, Vince McMahon was banned from television.


WWF Summerslam '99
August 22nd, 1999

- Jeff Jarrett won the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title & the WWF European Heavyweight Title, defeating D-Lo Brown

- The Acolytes (Bradshaw & Faarooq) won a "Tag-Team Elimination" Match over The Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy), Edge & Christian, Mideon & Viscera, Droz & Prince Albert, and Crash Holly & Hardcore Holly

- Al Snow won the WWF Hardcore Title, defeating the Big Boss Man

- Ivory retained the WWF Women's World Title, defeating Tori

- Ken Shamrock won a "Lion's Den" Match over Steve Blackman

- Test defeated Shane McMahon

- The Big Show & the Undertaker won the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, defeating Kane & X-Pac

- The Rock won a "Kiss My Ass" Match over Billy Gunn

- Mick Foley won the WWF World Heavyweight Title, winning a "Triangle" Match over Steve Austin and Hunter Hearst Helmsley. Jesse Ventura was the special referee.


WWF Unforgiven '99
September 26th, 1999

- Val Venis defeated Steve Blackman

- D-Lo Brown won the WWF European Heavyweight Title, defeating Mark Henry

- Jeff Jarrett retained the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, winning, via DQ, over Chyna

- The Acolytes (Bradshaw & Faarooq) defeated The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray Dudley & D-Von Dudley)

- Ivory retained the WWF Women's World Title, winning a "Hardcore" Match over Luna Vachon

- The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James) defeated Edge & Christian

- Al Snow retained the WWF Hardcore Title, winning a "Kennel From Hell" Match over the Big Boss Man

- X-Pac won, via DQ, over Chris Jericho

- Hunter Hearst Helmsley won the vacated WWF World Heavyweight Title, winning a "Six Pack" Match over the Big Show, the British Bulldog, Kane, Mankind, and the Rock. Steve Austin was the special referee.


WWF Rebellion '99 (UK)
October 2nd, 1999

- In a dark match, Christian defeated Crash Holly

- Jeff Jarrett retained the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, defeating D-Lo Brown

- The Godfather defeated Gangrel

- Val Venis defeated Mark Henry

- Ivory retained the WWF Women's World Title, winning a "Four Corners" Match over Jacqueline, Luna, and Tori

- Chris Jericho defeated the Road Dogg

- Chyna won, via DQ, over Jeff Jarrett

- Kane won a "No Disqualification" Match over the Big Show

- The British Bulldog defeated X-Pac

- Edge & Christian won a "Triangle Elimination" Match over The Acolytes (Bradshaw & Faarooq) and the Hollys (Crash Holly & Hardcore Holly)

- Hunter Hearst Helmsley retained the WWF World Heavyweight Title, winning a "Steel Cage" Match over the Rock


WWF No Mercy '99
October 17th, 1999

- The Godfather defeated Mideon

- The Fabulous Moolah won the WWF Women's World Title, defeating Ivory

- The Hollys (Crash Holly & Hardcore Holly) won, via DQ, over The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James)

- Chyna won the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, winning a "Good Housekeeping" Match over Jeff Jarrett

- The Rock defeated the British Bulldog

- The Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy) won a "Ladder" Match over Edge & Christian

- Val Venis defeated Mankind

- X-Pac won a "Four Corners Elimination" Match over Bradshaw, Faarooq, and Kane

- Hunter Hearst Helmsley retained the WWF World Heavyweight Title, winning an "Anything Goes" Match over Steve Austin


WWF Survivor Series '99
November 14th, 1999

- D-Lo Brown, the Godfather, & the Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) won an "Elimination" Match over The Acolytes (Bradshaw & Faarooq) & The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray Dudley & D-Von Dudley). (Brown & the Godfather 'survived')

- Kurt Angle defeated Sean Stasiak

- Steve Blackman, Gangrel, Mark Henry, & Val Venis won an "Elimination" Match over the British Bulldog & the Mean Street Posse (Joey Abs, Pete Gas, & Rodney). (Henry & Venis 'survived')

- The Fabulous Moolah, Mae Young, Debra, & Tori defeated Terri Runnels, Ivory, Jacqueline, & Luna

- Kane won, via DQ, over X-Pac

- The Big Show won a "Handicap Elimination" Match over the Big Boss Man, Mideon, Prince Albert, & Viscera

- Chyna retained the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, defeating Chris Jericho

- The Hollys (Crash Holly & Hardcore Holly) & Too Much (Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor) won an "Elimination" Match over The Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy) & Edge & Christian. (Hardcore Holly was the sole 'survivor')

- The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James) retained the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, defeating Al Snow & Mankind

- The Big Show (substituting for an injured Steve Austin) won the WWF World Heavyweight Title, winning a "Triangle" Match over Triple H and the Rock


WWF Armageddon '99
December 12th, 1999

- The Acolytes (Bradshaw & Faarooq) won a "Tag-Team Battle Royal" over The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray Dudley & D-Von Dudley), The Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy), the Hollys (Crash Holly & Hardcore Holly), the Mean Street Posse (Pete Gas & Rodney), Too Much (Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor), Edge & Christian, and Mark Henry & the Godfather

- Kurt Angle defeated Steve Blackman

- Miss Kitty won the WWF Women's World Title, winning a "Four Corners Evening Gown Pool" Match over B.B., Ivory, and Jacqueline. Mae Young & the Fabulous Moolah were special referees.

- The Hollys (Crash Holly & Hardcore Holly) defeated Rikishi & Viscera

- Val Venis won the WWF European Heavyweight Title, winning a "Triangle" Match over D-Lo Brown and the British Bulldog

- Kane won a "Steel Cage" Match over X-Pac

- Chris Jericho won the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, defeating Chyna

- The Rock 'n' Sock Connection (Mankind & the Rock) won, via DQ, over the WWF World Tag-Team Champions, The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James)

- The Big Show retained the WWF World Heavyweight Title, defeating the Big Boss Man

- Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Vince McMahon