Olympic Saddledome
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
July 6, 1997
Live Attendance: 12,151



New Blackjacks vs. The Godwins
Free-For-All Match
The Godwins score the victory when Phineas pins Blackjack Windham.



Hunter Hearst-Helmsley with Chyna vs. Mankind
Triple H and Mankind brawl out on the floor, which causes the referee to count both men out. They then fought into the crowd. The two ended up brawling throughout the next match, when they were separated in the parking lot.



Taka Michinoku vs. The Great Sasuke
Sasuke scores the victory with a thunder fire bomb and tiger suplex in a great match filled with many death-defying and high-flying maneuvers.



The Undertaker (WWF Champion) vs. Vader with Paul Bearer
World Wrestling Federation Championship Match
Paul Bearer repeatedly screams "Murderer!" at the Undertaker, which we later would find out would be in reference to the Undertaker's brother, Kane. In an amazing brawl, the Undertaker chokeslams the Rocky Mountain Monster off the top rope. This only gets a two count, but the Undertaker then tombstones the 450 pound giant for the victory!



The Dixie Chicks sing the Canadian National Anthem, and the crowd is introduced to Ralph Klein (Alberta's premiere politician) as well as the Hart Family.



Bret Hart, Jim Neidhart, Owen Hart, British Bulldog, and Brian Pillman vs. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Goldust, Ken Shamrock, and Legion of Doom
The Hart Foundation vs. Team USA -- 10-Man Faction Warfare
Steve Austin is nearly booed out of the building, as the place explodes when Bret Hart comes out. Wayne Hart jumps over the security railing and starts brawling with Austin, when the rattlesnake took a shot at him. Bret attacks Austin then, but Austin retaliates. Austin is talking trash to Bret, but Owen Hart rolls in the ring and rolls up Stone Cold for the victory. While the Hart Foundation and other Hart Family members are in the ring, Austin comes back to attack them. The Harts all beat on the Rattlesnake, until police come down and arrest him.

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