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Issue # 327

Date:  Sunday September 26th, 1999  8:00 pm

The Wrestling Booking Sheet

WWF Unforgiven - September 26, 1999
Live from
Charlotte, North Carolina

By Nate Pelley of The Wrestling Informer Newsletter; to subscribe to
The Informer, sent a blank e-mail to: twi-newsletter-subscribe@xxxxcxxxpgroups

The World Wrestling Federation presented "Unforgiven" tonight live on
PPV. The event, live from the
Charlotte, North Carolina, saw the
crowning of a new WWF champion, and lot's of other exciting action as
well. Here are your complete match by match results:

Match #1: Val Venis vs. "The Lethal Weapon" Steve Blackman. Not the
most exciting way to open up the PPV, but the match had to be thrown in
at some point. Crowd was pretty dead, as even the "Big Valbowski"
couldn't get them to rise... to their feet. Lawler mentioned that the
Rock and the British Bulldog will start out the 6 Pack Challenge match,
with the other four men in four separate corners. Back to the match at
hand, it was Val nailing Blackman and then executing the Money Shot for
the pin. Afterwards, Val tried to nail the "Silent Assassin" with his
Kendo stick, but Blackman attacked Val. Jim Dotson, head of WWF
security, speared Blackman afterwards to prevent further damage.
Winner: Val Venis.

Match #2: WWF European Champion "Sexual Chocolate" Mark Henry (with
"women") vs. D'Lo Brown. Before the match, Henry complained he couldn't
wrestle because Lillian Garcia slapped him across the face in the
locker room. Brown came out to a decent pop, and attacked Mark. The
former tag partners and Nation members went back and forth, with Brown
hitting a nice suicide dive on the outside of the ring. Henry came back
and used his usual slow power moves to make the match's workrate drop.
But D'Lo was not to be denied, as he battled back against the former
"World's Strongest Man" and hit the Low Down after about 10 minutes to
get the win, and become the European champion.
Winner: And for the Fourth time, WWF European Champion,D'Lo Brown.

Match #3: WWF Intercontinental Champion Jeff Jarrett (with Miss Kitty)
vs. "9th Wonder of the World" Chyna. In the "battle of the sexes"
Jarrett took an early advantage. Chyna came back however,
backdropping"Double J" on the Spanish announce table. Back in the ring,
the former DX member went for the Pedigree on Jarrett, but he slipped
out. Jarrett came back again, and inadvertently monkey-flipped Chyna
into referee Harvey Wippleman. With Wippleman out, former WWF Women's
Champion Fabulous Moolah and Mae Young, who had been shown at ringside
earlier, hit the ring. They hit a suplex on Jarrett and the crowd
popped. Miss Kitty had tried to hand the guitar off to Jarrett, but the
old timers prevented it. Jarrett hit a double clothesline on the
elderly duo, and went for the figure four on Chyna. But who should
arrive, but Debra! Puppy power procured the guitar, and she destroyed
instrument over Jarrett's head. Chyna rolled over, and got the one,
two, three! But Tom Prichard, head WWF official, ran down and showed
the referee what had happened on the Titan Tron. Wippleman reversed his
decision, and gave the win to Jarrett by disqualification, due to Debra
coming in.
Winner: As a result of a disqualification, WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett.

Match #4: The Acolytes (Faarooq and Bradshaw) vs. The Dudley Boyz (Buh
Buh Ray and D-Von). A battle of perhaps the two best tag teams of the
year in this one, and it was a brawl from the get go. The crowd was
once again pretty dead, for whatever reason (WCW country perhaps?).
D-Von hit a flying head butt for a two count, but Bradshaw and Faarooq
would not go down. Finally, it was 3D time for the Acolytes, and as
the Dudleys appeared poised to win in their WWF PPV debut, Stevie
Richards, dressed like Faarooq, came out and superkicked D-Von,
allowing the Acolytes to win. Afterwards, Stevie tried to kiss up to
the Acolytes, and got a beat down for his troubles.
Winners: The Acolytes.

Match #5: WWF Women's Champion Ivory vs. Luna, Hardcore Rules Match.
Ivory and Luna went at it next in this Hardcore rules bout. They
brawled in the back, with Luna jumping off a forklift onto Ivory for a
two count. When Ivory was about to hit Luna with a poll, Tori ran in
and stopped her. Tori got nailed for her troubles, as did Luna, and
Ivory got the quickwin. Mae Young and the Fabulous Moolah were
interviewed, and then they attacked Ivory! Could we see Moolah, who
held the women's belt for over 25 years, get another title reign?
Winner: WWF Women's Champion Ivory.

Match #6: WWF World Tag Team Champion The New Age Outlaws ("RoadDogg"
Jesse James and "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn) vs. Edge and Christian. In a
match that
was made on Heat, the #1 contenders, Edge and Christian, faced the
newly reformed New Age Outlaws for the tag belts. Solid match up
between some of the true young stars of the WWF. Back and forth action
early on, with Edge and Christian dominating midway through the match
up. Just as it appeared the NAO were on the ropes, who should appear
but Gangrel along with the New Brood. Gangrel and Matt Hardy attacked
Christian on the outside, and Jeff leveled Edge with a top rope
dropkick as the ref was distracted. Gunn hit the Fame-Asser on the
former Sexton Hardcastle to get the win, and retain the tag belts.
Winners: WWF Tag Team Champion the New Age Outlaws.

Match #7: WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow vs The Big Bossman,"Kennel From
Hell" Match. This one was, well, interesting. Snow put his Hardcore
title on the line against arch rival the Big Boss Man, and it was a
wild affair. Snow got busted open pretty early on, and the Boss Man
dominated. Kind of a dull match up, with impressive scenery. Boss Man
cut a hole in the top of the cage to get out, but Snow stopped him.
Boss Man handcuffed Al down, but again Snow broke free and stopped the
former Big Bubba Rogers from escaping. Al shocked the world (!) by
bring back Head, which he used to K.O. the Big Boss Man. Al walked out
the door of the cell to win the battle, and Boss Man climbed over the
top, refusing to go near the dogs. This one was a let down, mostly due
to the Boss Man's work.
Winner: WWF Hardcore Champion, Al Snow.

Match #8: Chris Jericho (with Curtis Hughes) vs. X-Pac. X-Pac was
replacing Ken Shamrock, who was "injured" at the hands of Chris Jericho
on Smackdown. In actuality, the "World's Most Dangerous Man" aggravated
a neck injury (he broke his neck in high school). Finally a really good
match up for the PPV, with two excellent workers. Jericho and X-Pac
went back and forth in a very good match up for several minutes. Hughes
got involved a few times, attacking X-Pac on the outside. Although
Jericho and X-Pac worked hard, the crowd was just dead. What the hell
is wrong with the fans in Charlotte? If its not some guy coming out
there saying "Whoo" every other word, do they not pop? Anyway, very
good bout until the end, when Hughes ran in and attacked referee Tom
Prichard and X-Pac. "Road Dogg" came down to make the save and end the
Winner: By Disqualification, X-Pac.

Match #9: The Rock vs. The British Bulldog vs. The Big Show vs.Kane vs.
Mankind vs. "Triple H" Hunter Hearst Helmsley (with "9th Wonder of the
Chyna), in a "6 Pack Challenge" match, for the WWF title, with "Stone
Cold" Steve Austin as the guest enforcer referee. Bulldog and Rock
began the match up, with the other men in their respective corners. Any
man can tag out to any other man during the match up. Lot's of action
in this one, as all the men took turns squaring off with each other.
I'll skip all the early stuff and get into the finish. Mankind had Mr.
Socko on the Rock, Triple H hit the Pedigree on the Bulldog, and the Big
Show nailed a wicked chokeslam for a count of two, but no finish yet.
Helmsley almost had the pin again on the Rock, but a kick out. "Triple
H" got a Rock Bottom, and again only for a two
count. The original referee made a run in, and a big ref brawl broke
out. Great false finishes finally woke the crowd up. Austin nailed the
Bulldog, but another Pedigree on the Rock and indeed it is Helmsley,
once again, the WWF Champ!
Winner: And for the second time, WWF Champion, Hunter Hearst Helmsley!
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interest they deserve. We lavish gifts upon them; but the most
precious gift, our personal association, which means so much to them,
we give grudgingly. -- Mark Twain

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