Following the first match on the broadcast, Jerry Lawler introduced Jeff Jarrett and presented him with a storylinegold record for supposedly selling 500,000 copies of his country music album, Ain't I Great. Lawler then invited Jarrett to do commentary with himself and Vince McMahon for the next match. In the second match Ahmed Johnson was originally supposed to face Dean Douglas, but Douglas claimed that he could not compete due to a back injury. He introduced Buddy Landel (his "graduate student") as his replacement for the night. Johnson won the match, and afterward Jarrett attacked Johnson with his gold record.