WWF Fully Loaded Results

Fully Loaded 98 – Fresno, CA – Selland Arena – July 26, 1998 (9,855)
Pay-per-view bouts – featured Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler on commentary:
Val Venis pinned Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) with a roll up at 7:47 after ramming Jarrett into Lee on the apron
WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown (w/ the Godfather) pinned X-Pac (w/ Chyna) at 8:24 with the Sky High in a non-title match after X-Pac knocked the Godfather off the apron (The Best of In Your House Blu ray)
Scorpio & Farooq defeated Terry Funk & Bradshaw at 6:50 when Scorpio pinned Funk with the 450 splash; Bradshaw attacked both his partner and opponents after the match
Mark Henry pinned Vader with a splash at 5:03
Skull & 8-Ball (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated the Legion of Doom at 8:48 when DOA made the illegal switch and hit a DDT on Road Warrior Animal after Animal knocked Ellering off the apron
Owen Hart defeated Ken Shamrock in the Dungeon match at 4:53 with a crossface after using a hand weight as a weapon; Dan Severn was the special referee and the bout took place in the Stu Hart Dungeon in Calgary, Alberta (Owen: Hart of Gold)
Triple H (w/ Chyna) fought WWF IC Champion the Rock to a 30-minute time-limit draw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; prior to the bout, the Rock was escorted out by Mark Henry, Kama, and WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown while Triple H was escorted out by X-Pac, Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg; before the match started, Sgt. Slaughter had everyone but Chyna return backstage; fall #1: Rock pinned Triple H at 20:17 with the Rock Bottom after the challenger knocked an interfering D-Lo Brown out of the ring with the European title; fall #2: Triple H pinned the Rock at 26:29 after Chyna interfered and hit a DDT onto a steel chair; fall #3: the time-limit expired as the challenger had the Rock covered following the Pedigree; after the bout, the Nation attacked Triple H until DX made the save and cleared the ring (History of the Intercontinental Championship)
Sable defeated Jackie (w/ Marc Mero) in a bikini contest
WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Kane & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) to win the titles at 17:27 when the Undertaker pinned Kane with a chokeslam and a tombstone (The Best of In Your House)

Fully Loaded 99 – Buffalo, NY – Marine Midland Arena – July 25, 1999 (16,605)
Val Venis pinned Joey Abs at 3:16
The Godfather pinned Meat at 2:06
Christian pinned Viscera at 2:43
Pay-per-view bouts – featured Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler on commentary:
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) pinned WWF IC Champion Edge to win the title at 13:22 with the reverse Russian leg sweep after Gangrel interfered and dropped the champion throat first on the top rope
The Acolytes defeated Michael Hayes, WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy at 9:32 to win the titles in a No DQ handicap match by pinning Hayes with a spike powerbomb
D-Lo Brown pinned WWF European Champion Mideon to win the title with the Lo Down at 7:11
The Big Bossman pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow to win the title at 10:13 by handcuffing Snow to a fence outside the arena and beating him with his nightstick
The Big Show pinned Kane at 8:13 with the chokeslam after special referee Hardcore Holly clipped Kane in the knee as he attempted his own chokeslam; X-Pac tried to make the save after the match but he and Kane were beaten down by the Undertaker and Big Show; Steve Austin jumped the Undertaker backstage after the confrontation, busting his head wide open as payback for the Undertaker doing the same to him before the PPV went to air
Ken Shamrock defeated Steve Blackman in an Iron Circle match at 4:19 by choking Blackman out with a chain; spectators around the participants included: Val Venis, the Godfather, Sgt. Slaughter, Droz, Albert, Viscera, Mideon, Kurt Angle, and several others
X-Pac & the Road Dogg defeated Billy Gunn & Chyna at 11:44 when Road Dogg pinned Gunn with the pumphandle slam after Gunn hit the turnbuckle head first; due to prematch stipulations, X-Pac & Road Dogg won the rights to the DX name
Triple H pinned the Rock in a No DQ, falls count anywhere, strap match with the Pedigree at 19:21 after the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on an interfering Billy Gunn; both Chyna and Gunn interfered on behalf of Triple H late in the contest (Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 90s)
WWF World Champion Steve Austin defeated the Undertaker in a First Blood, End of an Era match at 15:31 following a TV camera shot to the head after X-Pac interfered and kicked a chair into the challenger’s face; prematch stipulations called for if Austin won, Vince McMahon would leave the WWF forever and if Taker won, Austin would never recieve a world title shot; Triple H attacked Austin after the match but the Rock made the save; Austin and Taker continued to brawl after the contest until Taker left ringside and Austin gave McMahon a goodbye handshake, just to hit the Stunner on him (Tombstone: The History of the Undertaker)

Fully Loaded 00 – Dallas, TX – Reunion Arena – July 23, 2000 (16,504)
Pay-per-view bouts – featured Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler on commentary:
Lita, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Test, Albert, & Trish Stratus at 13:12 when Lita pinned Trish with a moonsault; Matt & Jeff fought off Test & Albert after the match, although they sustained a beating in the process (Lita: It Just Feels Right)
Tazz defeated Al Snow at 5:21 by reversing a waist lock into the Tazzmission
Perry Saturn (w/ Terri) pinned WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) at 8:10 with a flying elbowsmash to win the title after Terri hit a low blow on the champion outside the ring; Chyna ran Terri backstage early in the bout but she returned in the final moments of the match
The Acolytes defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian via disqualification at 5:32 when Edge hit Farooq with one of the title belts as Farooq had Christian pinned with the Dominator
WWF IC Champion Val Venis (w/ Trish Stratus) pinned Rikishi in a steel cage match at 14:11 after Tazz interfered and hit the challenger with a video camera as Rikishi attempted to leave through the door after hitting a splash off the top of the cage onto the champion; Lita ran off Trish Stratus moments earlier (The Atittude Era)
The Undertaker pinned Kurt Angle at 7:37 with a chokeslam and the powerbomb
Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) defeated Chris Jericho in a Last Man Standing Match at 23: 13 following a back suplex through the commentary table (Most Memorable Matches of 2000)
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned Chris Benoit (w/ Shane McMahon) at 22:09 by reversing an attempt at the Crippler Crossface and hitting the Rock Bottom; Benoit won the match via disqualification moments earlier and, due to prematch stipulations stating that the title could change hands on a DQ, won the championship after referee Earl Hebner was attacked from behind by Shane; Mick Foley came out following the initial decision, stated that no disqualification had taken place, and ordered the match to continue (Most Memorable Matches of 2000)