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Issue # 286

Date:  Wednesday August 25th, 1999  3:10 pm

The Wrestling Booking Sheet

As of the moment we are publishing The Booking Sheet on a almost daily
basis; I'm optimistic that we can maintain the schedule for the near
future. You can expect the Booking Sheet in your mailbox daily (our
next issue will be delivered Friday morning). In the meantime I would
like to welcome Josh Hewitt to our collection of columnists. There
will be several new features in The Booking Sheet in the weeks to come…

Reported by Dave Scherer at: http://www.1Wrestling.Com
Scherer reports that Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr. have asked WCW for their
releases, joining Raven & Kidman in a mass exodus out of the company.
Reportably, Bischoff has agreed to grant the releases.

At this point, it is still unknown if these releases will be
unconditional, or if they will include no-compete clauses. Scherer
feels that there will be clauses preventing the men from working in the
WWF (and perhaps ECW) for the length of their respective contracts, and
will not be allowed to work anywhere for 90 days. If true, this
certainly goes against the spirit of Bischoff's original offer.

At the conclusion of today's issue we have The spoiler for Thursday
night's (8/26) WWF Smackdown premier on UPN. As always, if you wish to
be surprised, please skip that section!
There is a Pro Wrestling Fantasy Tournament currently active at that started with an
opening field of 310 names! We are still in the first round and
there will be a ways to go. Visit the link and cast your votes today!
(All votes are anonymous via an automated poll system.)
By Rick Scaia (WrestleLine/WrestleManiacs)
Reported at

The WWF returned to Kansas City, MO, and the Kemper Arena on Tuesday
night to tape the first edition of WWF SmackDown! for the United
Paramount Network.

Before the SmackDown! tapings, there were several other matches, either
dark matches, or taped for Jakked/Metal/Superstars/etc ... but the
tapings were the reason everybody was on hand.

Warning, huge spoilers about tomorrow night's show follow:

The show opened with Triple H hitting the ring for an interview. He brags
about becoming the WWF Champ, just like he said he would. The Rock
comes out to issue a challenge, and though Triple H doesn't want to grant
the title shot, Commissioner Shawn Michaels hits the scene to announce
that The Rock and Triple H will battle for the WWF Title in the night's main
event. Shane McMahon comes out and tries to insert himself as a guest
ref, but Shawn tells him, "Sorry," since Shane is going to have to face
off against Mankind later in the night. Shawn himself will ref the
title match. Mankind comes out and also cuts a promo at this point, and
things degenerate into a giant brawl with Rock battling Triple H and Mankind
and Test taking on Shane and the Posse.

Billy Gunn defeats Jeff Jarrett in a NON-title match, thanks to Chyna
providing a distraction.

A Triple Threat Tag Team title match was next, with the Undertaker and
Big Show defending against X-Pac/Kane and the Acolytes. Undertaker
never even got in the ring, preferring to do commentary while TBS did
all the work. Big Show got the win for his team after choke slamming
X-Pac. There was some tension
between X-Pac and Kane after the match.

The second installment of the Blonde Bytch Project airs.

The Bossman cuts a promo where he promises to give Pepper back to Al
Snow if Snow will grant him a Hardcore Title match. Snow complies.
Bossman wins the title after punking Snow out with the nightstick.
Bossman walks out with Pepper, once again.

Chris Jericho's TV debut came against the Road Dogg. Jericho was
disqualified in this match after power bombing Dogg through a table. In
frustration, Jericho locked in the Liontamer for several minutes, and
wouldn't let go.

Tori beat Ivory in the Evening Gown Match ... it lasted about a minute,
and nothing too racy was shown. After the match, Luna hit the ring and
restrained Tori from doing any more damage. Interestingly, this was a
NON-title match, despite the fact that Tori's promo on Monday promised
that she'd strip Ivory of her clothes AND her title.

Jericho cut a promo with the Fink, telling him to stand up for himself
and be a Warrior, and to go out to the ring and take his ring
announcing job back. The Ultimate Warrior music fires up, and Finkel
storms the ring to attack the ring announcer. But the other ring
announcer fights back and wins the brief scuffle.

Finkel leaves, dejected, as the ring announcer brings out Ken Shamrock
for the night's next match. However, as Shamrock enters, he bumps into
Finkel and Jericho. The Fink distracts Shamrock while Jericho pastes
him with a chairshot. Shamrock snaps, but can't catch up to Jericho.

Stephanie McMahon came to the ring, and asked Test to join her. She
announced she did want to marry him. This immediately brought out Shane
and the Posse, who attacked Test. Mankind made the save, which segued
immediately into the night's Shane vs. Mankind match. Lots of
outsideinterference here, from Test, the Posse, the Stooges, etc ... in
the end, its intereference from Triple H (a chairshot on Mankind's leg)
that allows Shane to get the cheap win over Mankind.

Triple H and The Rock had a nice little main event match going, and the
crowd was into it. They were fired up after Rocky hit the Rock Bottom,
and was running the ropes to deliver the Peoples' Elbow when special
ref Shawn Michaels shocked the audience by turning heel and delivering
a little bit of Sweet Chin Music to the Rock. Triple H recovered, hit the
Rock with a Pedigree, and Michaels counted to three. Triple H, Michaels,
Chyna and Shane McMahon all celebrated as the show ended.
The staff of The Wrestling Booking Sheet
Editor: Steve Appy
Columnist: Mark George
Columnist: SamJerry
Columnist: Fritz Capp
Columnist: Rick Phelps
Columnist: Cindy Barnes
Columnist: Josh Hewitt
Columnist: Swami
Columnist: Tom Misnik
Columnist: Nate Pelley
Columnist: Robert Troy (Osiris)
Tom Kirkbride
Columnist: Ryan S. Oaks
Columnist: Darren Kramer

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