WWF Over the Edge
|Over the Edge|
The generic Over the Edge logo used circa 1999
|Promotion(s)||World Wrestling Federation|
|First event||Over the Edge: In Your House|
|Last event||Over the Edge (1999)|
Over the Edge was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event that was to be produced every May by the American professional wrestling promotion the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). The event was created in 1998, with its inaugural event produced as an In Your House event in May of that year. The event was retired the following year after Owen Hart, a performer for WWF, died during that year's event when he fell to his death during his ring entrance. In 2000, the event's pay-per-view slot was replaced by Judgment Day.
Since there have only been two Over The Edge pay-per-views, the PPV had been held in only two U.S. states. Both events were held in an indoor arena. Each event featured WWF talent competing in various professional wrestling match types.
Stone Cold Steve Austin was featured in the main event of both versions of the event. Also he was the defending WWF Champion in both events.
|Over the Edge: In Your House||May 31, 1998||Milwaukee, Wisconsin||Wisconsin Center Arena||Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) vs. Dude Love in a Falls Count Anywhere match for the WWF World Heavyweight Championship with special guest referee Vince McMahon|
|Over the Edge (1999)||May 23, 1999||Kansas City, Missouri||Kemper Arena||Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) vs. The Undertaker for the WWF Championship with special guest referees Vince McMahon and Shane McMahon|
(c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match