Summerslam Results History - Part 2


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Summerslam 1998 - Highway to Hell
August 30, 1998 - New York City, New York

  • D-Lo Brown defeated Val Venis by DQ to retain his European Title

  • The Oddities defeated Kaientai/Taka Michinoku

  • X-Pac defeated Jeff Jarrett in a "hair vs. hair" match

  • Sable/Edge defeated Jacqueline/Marc Mero

  • Ken Shamrock defeated Owen Hart via submission in a "Lion's Den" match

  • The New Age Outlaws defeated Mankind/Kane when Kane never showed to become the new WWF Tag Team Champions

  • HHH defeated The Rock in a ladder match to become the new Intercontinental Champion

  • Steve Austin pinned The Undertaker to retain his WWF Championship


Summerslam 1999
August 22, 1999 - Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota

  • Jeff Jarret defeated D'Lo Brown for the I.C and European belt

  • The Tag Team Royal Rumble: Edge & Christian defeated The Hardy Boyz, then Viscera & Mideon then Droz & Prince Albert, they then lost to the Acolytes who went on to beat Crash Holly & Hardcore Holly and win the tournament.

  • Al Snow defeated Big Bossman for the Hardcore belt

  • Ivory defeated Tori and kept her womens championship

  • Ken Shamrock defeated Steve Blackman in a lion den's Match

  • Test defeated Shane McMahon to earn the right to date Stephanie McMahon

  • Undertaker & big Show defeated X-Pac and Kane for the Tag Team Belt

  • The Rock defeated Bad Ass in a kiss my Ass match

  • Mankind defeated Stone Cold and HHH in a triple Threat Championship Match


Summerslam 2000
August 27, 2000 - Entertainment and Sports Complex, Raleigh, North Carolina

  • Right to Censor defeated Too Cool and Rikishi is a 6-Man Tag Match

  • X-Pac defeated Road Dogg

  • Chyna and Eddy Guerrero defeated Val Venis and Trish Stratus in a mixed Tag Match, Chyna got the pinfall so she became the NEW I.C Champion

  • Jerry 'The King' Lawler defeated Tazz

  • Steve Blackman defeated Shane McMahon to become the NEW Hardcore Champion

  • Chris Benoit defeated Chris Jericho in a 2 out of 3 falls match, the score was 2-1

  • Edge and Christian defeated the Hardy Boyz and the Dudley Boyz in a TLC (Tables, Ladders & Chairs) match to keep their tag team championship

  • The Kat defeated Terri Runnels in a Thong Stinkface Match

  • The Undertaker defeated Kane

  • The Rock defeated HHH and Kurt Angle in a triple threat match to keep his WWF Championship


Summerslam 2001
August 19, 2001 - Compaq Center, San Josť, California

  • Edge defeated Lance Storm to become the New WWF Intercontinental Champion.

  • The Dudley Boyz and Test defeated The Acolytes and Spike Dudley

  • X-Pac defeated Tajiri to win the WWF Light-Heavyweight Championship

  • Chris Jericho defeated Rhyno

  • Rob Van Dam defeated Jeff Hardy in a Ladder Match for the WWF Hardcore Championship

  • Undertaker and Kane defeated DDP and Kanyon in a Steel Cage Match to become the New WWF Tag Team Champions

  • Kurt Angle defeated Stone Cold Steve Austin by DQ after Referee Nick Patrick cheated. Austin kept his WWF Championship

  • The Rock defeated Booker T to become the New WCW Champion


Summerslam 2002
August 25, 2002 - Long Island, New York

  • Kurt Angle defeated Rey Mysterio

  • Ric Flair defeated Chris Jericho

  • Edge defeated Eddie Guerrero

  • The Un-Americans (Christian and Lance Storm) defeated Booker T and Goldust to keep the WWE Tag Team Championship

  • Rob Van Dam defeated Chris Benoit to become the new WWE Intercontinental Champion

  • The Undertaker defeated Test

  • HBK Shawn Michaels made his return the the ring after 4 years and defeated HHH in a non-sanctioned match.

  • Brock Lesnar defeated The Rock to become the New WWE Undisputed Champion.


Summerslam 2003
August 20, 2003 - America West Arena - Phoenix, AZ

  • La Resistance defeated The Dudleys to retain the World Tag Team Championship

  • Undertaker defeated A-Train

  • Shane McMahon defeated Eric Bischoff

  • Eddie Guerrero defeated Chris Benoit, Rhyno and Tajiri to retain the United States Championship

  • Kurt Angle def. Brock Lesnar to retain the WWE Championship

  • Kane def. Rob Van Dam

  • Triple H defeated Kevin Nash, Bill Goldberg, Chris Jericho, Randy Orton and Shawn Michaels in an Elimination Chamber match to retain the World Heavyweight Championship


Summerslam 2004
August 20, 2004 - Air Canada Centre - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

  • The Dudley Boyz & Spike beat Paul London, Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio Jr

  • Winner marries Lita: Kane beat Matt Hardy

  • US Title match 1 of best of 5 series: John Cena beat Booker T

  • I-C Title: Champion Edge beat Chris Jericho & Batista

  • Kurt Angle beat Eddie Guerrero

  • Triple H beat Eugene

  • Diva Dodge Ball: Diva Search Contestants beat RAW Divas

  • WWE Title: Champ JBL lost to The Undertaker by DQ

  • World Heavyweight Title: Randy Orton beat Chris Benoit to win the title


Summerslam 2005
August 21, 2005 - MCI Center, Washington, D.C

  • US Title: Chris Benoit beat Orlando Jordan to win the title

  • Edge beat Matt Hardy

  • Ladder Match for custody of Dominick: Rey Mysterio beat Eddie Guerrero

  • Kurt Angle beat Eugene to regain his Olympic Medals

  • Randy Orton beat The Undertaker

  • WWE Title: John Cena beat Chris Jericho

  • No Holds Barred Match for World Heavyweight Title: Champ Batista beat JBL

  • Hulk Hogan beat Shawn Michaels


Summerslam 2006
August 20, 2006 - TD Banknorth Garden; Boston, MA

  • Chavo Guerrero beat Rey Mysterio

  • ECW Title: Champ The Big Show beat Sabu

  • Hulk Hogan beat Randy Orton

  • I Quit Match: Ric Flair beat Mick Foley

  • World Heavyweight Championship: Batista beat Champ King Booker by DQ

  • D-Generation X beat Vince & Shane McMahon

  • WWE Title can Change Hands on DQ: Champ Edge beat John Cena

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