SummerSlam (1999)

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SummerSlam (1999)
SummerSlam 1999.jpg
Promotional poster featuring Steve Austin
Tagline(s) An Out of Body Experience
Promotion World Wrestling Federation
Sponsor(s) Chef Boyardee
Date August 22, 1999
Attendance 17,370
Venue Target Center
City Minneapolis, Minnesota
Pay-per-view chronology
Fully Loaded (1999) SummerSlam (1999) Unforgiven (1999)
SummerSlam chronology
SummerSlam (1998) SummerSlam (1999) SummerSlam (2000)

SummerSlam (1999) was the twelfth annual SummerSlam professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). It took place on August 22, 1999, at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.


No. Results Stipulations Times[1]
1 Jeff Jarrett (with Debra) defeated D'Lo Brown (c) Singles match for the WWF Intercontinental and WWF European Championships 07:28
2 The Acolytes (Faarooq and Bradshaw) won by last eliminating The Holly Cousins (Hardcore and Crash) Tag team turmoil match to determine #1 contenders to the WWF Tag Team Championship 17:27
3 Al Snow defeated Big Boss Man (c) Hardcore match for the WWF Hardcore Championship 07:25
4 Ivory (c) defeated Tori Singles match for the WWF Women's Championship 04:11
5 Ken Shamrock defeated Steve Blackman Lion's Den Weapons match 09:05
6 Test defeated Shane McMahon Greenwich Street Fight 12:14
7 The Unholy Alliance (The Undertaker and Big Show) (with Paul Bearer) defeated Kane and X-Pac (c) Tag team match for the WWF Tag Team Championship 12:00
8 The Rock defeated Billy Gunn Kiss My Ass match 10:11
9 Mankind defeated Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) and Triple H (with Chyna) Triple threat match for the WWF Championship with Jesse Ventura as the special guest referee 16:24
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
Tag team turmoil
Draw[1] Wrestler[1] Order[1] Eliminated by[1]
1 Edge and Christian 4 Acolytes
2 The New Brood (Matt and Jeff Hardy) (with Gangrel) 1 Edge and Christian
3 Mideon and Viscera 2 Edge and Christian
4 Droz and Prince Albert 3 Edge and Christian
5 The Acolytes (Faarooq and Bradshaw) Winners
6 The Holly Cousins (Hardcore and Crash Holly) 5 Acolytes


  1. ^ a b c d e Powell, John (August 23, 1999). "Foley new champ at SummerSlam". Slam! Sports. Canadian Online Explorer. Retrieved October 27, 2012. 


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