WWE Results: Over the Edge 1999


Over the Edge 1999

| Date: May 23 1999 | Venue: Kemper Arena | City: Kansas City, Missouri | Attendance: 16,472 |

Over The Edge 1999 will forever be remembered not for the in ring action but for the tragedy that befall the audience in Kansas City. Prior to his Intercontinental Championship match with the Godfather, Owen Hart’s safety harness snapped as he was being lowered to the ring. Known as the Blue Blazer, Hart was preparing to do an in ring stunt that went horribly wrong. The moment was luckily missed by a live PPV audience who were watching a video package of Owen Hart. Immediately treated by EMT’s, Owen was rushed to hospital and announced an hour later that his life was cut short. WWE made the bold decision to continue the show against many of the wrestlers wills. This is noticeable in the quality of the match.

Sunday Night Heat

Meat defeated Brian Christopher

The Hardy Boyz: Matt and Jeff Hardy defeated Goldust and The Blue Meanie

Mr. McMahon fought Mideon to a No-Contest

WWE Over The Edge 1999 Results

Kane and X-Pac (c) defeated D’Lo Brown and Mark Henry (accompanied by Ivory) to retain the WWE Tag Team Championship

Al Snow (c) defeated Hardcore Holly to retain the WWE Hardcore Championship in a Hardcore match

Val Venis and Nicole Bass defeated Jeff Jarrett and Debra

Mr. Ass defeated Road Dogg

Eight Man Elimination Tag Team match
The Union: Mankind, The Big Show, Test and Ken Shamrock defeated The Corporate Ministry: Viscera, The Big Boss Man, Faarooq and Bradshaw in an Eight Man Elimination Tag Team match
The Rock defeated Triple H (accompanied by Chyna) via DQ

WWE Championship
The Undertaker (accompanied by Paul Bearer) defeated Steve Austin (c) to capture the WWE Championship with Mr. McMahon and Shane McMahon as the Special Guest Referees

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