- 02/23/2014, 03:49AM ET
PCH said 02/23, 03:49 AM
No Mercy 1999
Good Housekeeping match Intercontinental Title on the LINE
Chyna vs Jeff Jarrett
I personally think Vince was throwing Jarett under the bus. Jarrett was headed to WCW after the fight.
How did they even come up with a "good housekeeping match"? Weird.
I get the whole women thing.
Chyna wins the match @ No Mercy, first women to ever when a men's title in WWE history.
side note: Theodore Long was the referee. You know Smackdown General Manager, former Doom manager, Butch Reed, Ron Simmons.
Should be fun, PGH. No need to stress, we goin' all the way through on this one. (td)
Formerly from Ewa PGH Fan said 02/24, 12:12 PM
My first choice is the Hog Pen match between Henry O Godwinn or HOG for short and HHH during his Blue Blood days. This match happened at the In Your House PPV on 17 Dec 1995.
HHH was undefeated in the WWE coming into the match. The only way to win was by throwing your opponent into the pig pen set up, well not at ringside but up the isleway toward the entrance from the back. The pig pen contained a herd of 6 or so pigs scared pigs. The special guest referee, none other than Hillbilly Jim.
The match started off in the ring and stayed there until HOG threw HHH out of the ring and HHH retreated up the isleway toward the pig pen. Ya know, so the finish could occur. HOG slop dropped HHH. The Slop Drop was a reverse DDT. And it looked like curtains for HHH or so announcer\owner Vince McMahon would have us believe. HHH rested against the fence of the pen and HOG charged him only to be back dropped into the pen giving the win to HHH. HHH immediately got in the face of Hillbilly Jim and got pushed toward the pen where HOG grabbed him and slammed HHH into the slop so Vince and the King could make numerous dumb comments. I don't know what was worse, the match or announcing!
PCH said 02/25, 12:10 AM
Duchess of Queensbury Rules Match
Steven Regal vs Chris Jericho
The Duchess changed the rules every time Jericho was about to win, therefore Lord Steven Regal stole the victory.
I don't know if this is more weird, or dumb.
Formerly from Ewa PGH Fan said 02/25, 08:17 PM
My next choice:
Kennel from Hell Match
Al Snow vs. Big Boss Man (BBM) at the 1999 Unforgiven PPV for the Hardcore Title
This match came about cause the Big Boss Man dognapped Al's small dog (a Yorky I believe) Pepper. BBM then made Al beleive he ate Pepper for dinner. You know like in War of the Roses, except we saw the dog alive again in War of the Roses. Believe it or not, it's all down hill from here.
In order for Al to get revenge on BBM, WWE Booked a Kennel from Hell Match for Unforgiven. Never heard of or can't remember what that match entailed, lucky you!!!
The match consisted of a steel cage surrounded by a cell, and dogs were around the ring within the cell. The first competitor to escape the steel cage and the cell would be declared the winner. The dogs showed no hostility toward the wrestlers and proceeded to pee, poop and hump outside the ring.
Snow knocked out BBM with Head (mannequin head Al carried around) and escaped both cages to retain the Hardcore title. You'd expect the pay off to be Al reunited with a still alive Pepper but nope, Pepper was never seen again.
You know what that means, right??? Weird, just sick or BOTH!!!
PCH said 02/26, 04:24 AM
This one I remember QUITE WELL....
Actually thoroughly enjoyed it.
In Your House 6 Cry Baby match
1-2-3 Kid vs "The Bad Guy", Razor Ramon...
At the end of the match, 1-2-3 Kid had an oversized diaper on, with baby powder all over it.
Razor put it to the heel PINFALL KID.
Razor's edge, then change the baby. Ted Dibiase was not thrilled with his client.
Formerly from Ewa PGH Fan said 02/27, 10:45 AM
Buried Alive Matches
There have been 4:
Undertaker beat Mankind - In Your House 11 Oct 20, '96. (1st Buried Alive Match)
Stone Cold beat Undertaker - In Your House 13 Dec '98.
Undertaker and Big Show beat The Rock and Mankind - SmackDown 7 Sep '99.
Vince McMahon beat Undertaker - Survivor Series 16 Nov '03.
The objective of this match is to put your opponent in a specially constructed grave, cover them in dirt and 'bury him/them alive'. Kane aided in burying Undertaker in the Buried Alive matches against Stone Cold and Vince. After burial, the Undertaker rises again from the dead and returns in some extraordinary fashion. Wonder if this will be the stip for Brock and Taker at WM30???
These matches unlike all the others on our lists haven't been bad by a long shot but you have to admit winning a match by burring your opponent alive is a weird way to win even if the Undertaker is involved. So they are weird, but in a good way!
This stip would make sense for Taker/Brock at WM30 as weird as it is. Taker loses and the streak is buried with him. If Brock loses and comes back it proves nothing can stop the beast incarnate! NOTHING!!!
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