WWE Results: Survivor Series 1998

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Survivor Series 1998

Deadly Game

| Date: November 15 1998 | Venue: Kiel Center | City: St. Louis, Missouri | Attendance: 21,779|

Too Much: Brian Christopher and Scott Taylor defeated The Hardy Boyz: Matt and Jeff Hardy

Hardcore Holly and Scorpio defeated The Legion of Doom: Animal and Droz

Val Venis defeated Tiger Ali Singh

Gangrel (accompanied by The Brood) defeated Steve Blackman

Survivor Series 1998 Results

Tournament First Round Matches

Mankind defeated Duane Gill in a Tournament First Round match

Al Snow (accompanied by Head) defeated Jeff Jarrett (accompanied by Debra) in a Tournament First Round match

Steve Austin defeated The Big Boss Man via DQ in a Tournament First Round match

X-Pac fought Steven Regal to a Double Count-out in a Tournament First Round match

Ken Shamrock defeated Goldust in a Tournament First Round match

The Rock defeated The Big Boss Man in a Tournament First Round match

Tournament Quarter Finals

The Undertaker (accompanied by Paul Bearer) defeated Kane in a Tournament Quarter-final match

Mankind defeated Al Snow (accompanied by Head) in a Tournament Quarter-final match

The Rock defeated Ken Shamrock in a Tournament Quarter-final match

WWE Womens Championship 

Sable defeated Jacqueline (c) (accompanied by Marc Mero) to capture the WWE Women’s Championship

Tournament Semi Finals

Mankind defeated Steve Austin in a Tournament Semi-final match

The Rock defeated The Undertaker (accompanied by Paul Bearer) via DQ in a Tournament Semi-final match

WWE Tag Team Championship

The New Age Outlaws: Billy Gunn and Road Dogg (c) defeated D’Lo Brown & Mark Henry and The Headbangers: Mosh and Thrasher to retain the WWE Tag Team Championship

WWE Championship Tournament Final

The Rock defeated Mankind to capture the WWE Championship in a Tournament Final match

Image Credit: Survivor Series 1998 Recall YouTube Page

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