WWF Sunday Night Heat on March 14th 1999 continues the WWF Attitude Era Series with Part 117. In the main event, the New Age Outlaws join forces to take on the WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly and the WWF Intercontinental Champion Val Venis. Plus, Mr. McMahon has a blockbuster announcement for Wrestlemania 15, and more.
WWF Sunday Night Heat 3/14/99 Results.
Test defeated D’Lo Brown via disqualification.
Hardcore Holly and Val Venis defeated The New Age Outlaws when Val Venis pinned Road Dogg with a German Suplex.
WWF Attitude Era Series Part 117: WWF Sunday Night Heat 3/14/99
For those of us looking for wrestling, this episode of Sunday Night Heat was not one for the ages. There was approximately two minutes of action on this show. One of them was a quick match with a disqualification finish, and the other was a quick tag team match.
The big storyline features Paul Wight, Mankind, Mr. McMahon, the Rock, and Stone Cold Steve Austin leading up to Wrestlemania 15. The Rock believes Paul Wight is out to get him. The not yet Big Show disagrees, and Mankind gets beat up. As a result, Mankind runs through the entire show attacking everyone. Stone Cold Steve Austin shows up at the end of the show. The Big Show destroys the ring.
We set up two huge matches for RAW the next time. Hardcore Holly will take on Billy Gunn for the Hardcore Championship. Val Venis will take on Road Dogg for the WWF intercontinental Championship, and we’re going to that particular loathsome storyline.
Rainbrow bright pants Hardy Boyz make a cameo and got beat up by Mankind. Then Al Snow and Droz were going to have a match, but get beat up. There is a lot of beating up by Mankind, and there is very little wrestling.
WWF RAW is WAR for March 15th 1999 will feature two huge title matches, plus Mankind and Stone Cold Steve Austin against the Rock and Paul Wight. The Attitude Era Series continues with Part 118.
Past WWF Attitude Era Series Parts.
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