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Issue # 451

Date:  Wednesday December 29th, 1999  8:37 am

The Wrestling Booking Sheet

At the conclusion of this issue we have the
results of the WWF Smackdown & Heat tapings
from Richmond, Virginia (taped Tuesday, 12/28).
As always, if you would rather be surprised,
be sure to skip that section…
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Written by reader: Cris Justin (CDCJ)
Your message was well received but with
one exception; Wrestling was NOT ever
"fun to watch, clean, wholesome" during
the 70's or 80's.

The 80's were filled with valets and feuds
surrounding the issue and the 70's and 80's
were the bloodiest years in the entire
history of professional wrestling.

You may be referring to the few years of
the "Pop-Era Circus" caused by WWF, but
otherwise, there is not much else to
support you comment.
SSW results and more…
Thanks Kingsport for a great Night
Christmas Night Star Wars '99 Results
Kingsport National Amory
Kingsport, TN

Bryan Wayne beat Memphis Body Guard #3 by DQ
Brian Overbay beat Memphis Body Guard #2
Overbay and Wayne beat Memphis Body Guards
Jimmy Valiant beat Chuck Jones with The
Duke of New York in a Street Fight / Beau
James with "Nature Boy" Buddy Landel beat
P.J. Sharp in a Loser Retires Match
Ricky Harrison and Jimmy Valiant beat
Death and Destruction

"The 2nd Annual Little K Town Showdown"
January 8th, 2000
8:15 Belltime
Kingsport National Guard Armory
Kingsport, TN

*** Main Event ***
12 Man Cyclone Stampede
*** Beau James last shot at the
Appalachian Title ***
Beau James Vs. Champion Chuck Jones
*** SSW Title ***
Bryan Wayne vs. Champion WarMachine
All that plus "Nature Boy" Buddy Landel,
Kingsport's own Brian Overbay, "Big" Ron
Ray, Boris Dragoff and more!

Tickets go on sale 5PM day of the event

The War Machine
Heavyweight Champion
1.Chuck Jones (Appalchian Champion)
2.Beau James
3.Ricky Harrison
4.Jimmy Valiant
5.Steve Flynn
6.Frank Parker
7.Roger Anderson
8.Brian Overbay
9.Mike Cooper
10.Bryan Wayne

Rock-N-Roll Express (Harrison & Morton)
Tag Team Champions
1.Death and Destruction
2.Memphis Body Guards
3.1st Family
4.Death Row 2000
5.G Dog and Eddie Bruiser

Check Out and
Reported by Outlawdx12 & Jason Riner at:

WWF Smackdown and WWF Sunday Night Heat Tapings
Richmond, VA
December 28, 1999

Taka Michinoku w/Sho Funaki defeated Papi Chulo
High flying matchup. Taka wins with the help
of Funaki. Funaki holds Papi's feet while
Taka gets up. Taka hits Chulo with the
Michinoku Driver for the 1-2-3!

To Air: January 2, 2000
Hosted by: Michael Cole and Kevin Kelly

Edge & Christian vs. D-lo Brown & Val
Venis ended up in a NO CONTEST
Val accidentally clotheslined D Lo and D-lo
took exception to it. D-lo hits the Sky High
on Christian but Val pulls D-lo off of him.
Val and D-lo exchange punches all the way to
the outside. The referee calls for the bell;
other referees and officials of the WWF break
this up.

Grandmaster Sex(a)y w/Scotty Too Hotty vs. Mosh w/Thrasher
Thrasher runs in the ring and tries to attack
Grandmaster. Grandmaster throws Mosh out of
the ring. Mosh climbs to the top rope and does
The Mosh Pit for the 1 2 3 and the win on
Grandmaster Sex(a)y.

The New Age Outlaws come out to the ramp and
talk about the #1 Contenders to the WWF Tag
Team Titles, The Acolytes. Since they are the
champions and they looked into their "crystal
balls" that they will defend against The
Acolytes if anything is left of them at the
Royal Rumble.

The Godfather w/Hos vs. Viscera
Very slow paced matchup. The ending comes when
Gangrel runs down to the ring and spits the
red juice into the face of Viscera. The
Godfather rolls Viscera over for the win.

(D-lo Brown challenged Val Venis for the
European Title due to their problems in
their tag team match)

WWF European Title Match
Val Venis (Champion) vs. D-lo Brown (Challenger)
D-lo Brown pins Val Venis in the ring, but
another referee says that Val's leg was on
the rope when the ref counted (Val exits the
ring and walks up the ramp). The two referees
talk it over and decide if Val doesn't return
to the ring, he will be stripped of the WWF
European Title and it will be handed to D-lo
Brown. (Val returns to the ring). Val ends up
pinning D-lo with a Fisherman's Suplex.

(Intermission while they change the ropes of
the ring from the black ropes from HEAT to
the blue ropes for SMACKDOWN!)

TO AIR: December 30, 1999
Hosted by: Michael Cole and Jerry "The King" Lawler

The show starts off with a re-cap of what
happened on RAW, from the Pink Slip on a Pole
Match with Mankind losing to The Rock.

HHH and Stephanie are shown in their dressing
room. (Kane and Tori come in the dressing room).
HHH and Stephanie decide that Kane will take
on The Rock in a No Holds Barred Match on

Handicap Match
Test vs. Big Boss Man and Prince Albert
Big Boss Man stays on the apron the duration
of the match. Prince Albert holds the ref in
the corner with him. Boss Man hits Test in
the nose with the NIghtstick. Prince Albert
does his Karate Kick on Test for the win.

HHH and Stephanie are shown again. (The
Fabulous Moolah and Mae Young enter the room).
Stephanie calls them disgraces to the WWF.
Stephanie says that they will take on The
Hollys in a Tag Team Match later on.

Rikishi Fatu w/Too Cool vs. Kurt Angle
Steve Blackman is handcuffed to the turnbuckle.
Rikishi is in the corner draped over the top
rope. Blackman takes his Kendo Stick and hits
Rikishi with it. Kurt Angle covers Rikishi for
the win. NOTE: Rikishi Phatu and Too Cool
dance before the match

Tori is shown getting a Mountain Dew out of
the drink machine when Stephanie confronts
her and says that The Rock has a thing for
women and Tori is scared about him now.

Al Snow is seen in HHH's and Stephanie's
dressing room. Al Snow says since Mankind
was fired, that Al should receive all of
Mankind's stuff. So HHH agrees and says
since Mankind was supposed to face Jeff
Hardy tonight, Al Snow will face Jeff
Hardy. HHH adds that if Al wins he will
receive a bonus.

Al Snow vs. Jeff Hardy w/Terri
Al grabs a chair from ringside. Al gets
it and climbs the top rope. He attempts
a Moonsault but Jeff moves out of the way.
Al Snow again mounts the top rope this
time but is knocked down by Matt Hardy by
a chair. Jeff covers Al in the ring.

The Fabulous Moolah w/Harvey Wippleman
and Mae Young w/Mark Henry vs. The Hollys
Very slow match. Mae Young executed The
Bronco Buster on Crash in the corner.
Hardcore comes in and clotheslines Mae.
Crash does a bodyslam on Mae for the win.
After the match, Crash and Hardcore attack
Mark Henry. Harvey Wippleman gets in the
ring and take off his shirt and attempts
to attack Hardcore Holly but in unsuccessful
in his attempt.

No Holds Barred Match
Kane w/ Tori vs. The Rock
The Rock and Kane fight in the ring and
outside of it too. They make their way up
the ramp and onto the stage. Kane and The
Rock exchange punches while The Rock is
almost punched off the stage onto a table
off the stage. But The Rock reverses it
and mounts punches of his own which leads
to Kane being punched off the stage and
through the table. The Rock hits Kane in
the head 2 times with a chair that Tori
tried to take away. The Rock ends up
winning with a Rock Bottom in the ring
after Kane accidentally clothesline Tori
in the ring.

HHH and Stephanie are sitting with X-Pac.
X Pac is making fun of Mankind's firing.
HHH takes exception to it. HHH says it is
nothing to joke about. Therefore, X Pac
will take on The Big Show for the WWF
Championship but if X Pac loses, he is

WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Chris Jericho (Champion) vs. Chyna
(Challenger) with The Kat
The end of the match saw a referee get
knocked over by a move by the 2 wrestlers.
Another referee came down. Both wrestlers
were on their back. Both wrestlers put an
arm on each other. Each referee counted the
1-2-3. Therefore, a double pin occured. The
referees gave us no final decision of the

Faarooq w/Bradshaw vs. Buh Buh Ray Dudley
w/ D Von Dudley
The Mean Street Posse stand on the stage.
D Von and Bradshaw interfere in this match.
The referee calls for the bell, resulting
this match to end in a Double Disqualification.
The Mean Street Posse come down to the ring
with their baseball bats and attack The
Acolytes viciously.

Michael Hayes is anxiously awaiting to interview
The Rock. Hayes is outside his Locker Room Door.

Intergender Tag Team Match
Viscera and Jacquelyn vs. Gangrel and Luna
The ending of the match came when Viscera
dropped The Big Splash on Luna for the win.
Luna is taken off on a stretcher.

Michael Hayes and The Rock talk about
Mankind's firing. Hayes blames The Rock for
Mankind's firing. The Rock takes exception to
it and threatens Michael Hayes.

WWF Championship Match
The Big Show (Champion) vs. X Pac (Challenger)
HHH and Stephanie watching from Recliner Chair
on the Smackdown Stage in front of the Ovaltron.
The Big Show has X Pac up in a press slam. HHH
gets up and says that this match is now a
Handicap Match. He brings out The Road Dogg as
X-Pac's partner. A few moments later, HHH gets
up again and says that since this match is a
Handicap Match, X Pac and Road Dogg also have a
partner, and he is Mr. Ass. Another few moments
go by, yet again HHH gets up and says that since
this is a Handicap Match, Mr. Ass, The Road Dogg,
and X Pac also have a partner. HHH says, and he
is ME! All four members of DX attack The Big
Show with a chair. The Big Show is busted wide
open. X Pac covers Big Show but X Pac doesn't
win the WWF Title.
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