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    Posted: 09/May/2011 at 18:03

Dont know if there is a thread for it but just name a few of your favorite In Your House ppvs. Figure its Old-School because the IYH ppvs left us in Feb. of 1999.

One of my Favorite IYH ppvs of all time if not my favorite IYH ppv ever and that was Bad Blood on Oct. 5th 1997. While the rest of the card sucked, The Patriot vs Bret Hart (during his anti-america era) was a great semi-main event and that little ***** HITC match that set up the EPIC Undertaker vs Kane feud.
 
To describe this match, I'll turn it over to a Youtube video by SpinnerNet1 because he explains this match very well: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61Mpia1DNG0&feature=relmfu
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It's a tie between IYH: Bad Blood and IYH: Mindgames for me.
 
Bad Blood was the night of firsts: First appearence by Kane, and the first Hell in a Cell.
 
Mindgames was the first IYH that iI got to see, although I was real close to going to Ground Zero since it wasn't that far a drive.

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St Valentine's day Massacre is also one of my favorite IYH ppvs of all time (hell I still have it on VHS). We got another great Mankind vs The Rock No Holds Barred Match, Mcmahon took a beating like a champ and we witnessed a great Hardcore match that ended nearly in the Mississippi River.
 
Oh and the intro to the ppv was EPIC: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jP4U-Uzx4Uc
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Found a nice fella on da YouTube that has uploaded every WWF IYH ppv. So if ya wanna see some ppvs that truly stunk outside of the matches involving The Kliq and the Hart Foundation, THIS is a channel for you.
 
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No Way Out '98 has a real fun main event.

Plus it has Bradshaw fluffing his lines and calling Vader a fat fucking bastard.

Win all round.
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My favourite IYH PPV's are ones from 1998 (my personal favourite year i n wrestling by the way), when the WWF stopped using the In Your House logo, but it was still technically called "In Your House".

I'll give a quick honourable mentions to Badd Blood '97 for the inaugural Hell in q Cell, No Way Out of Texas for probably one of greatest multi-man tag team matches of all time, Break Down '98 for two tremendous Triple Threat Matches with one being held inside a Steel Cage. Also, both Over the Edge and Unforgiven, mainly because of Austin/Dude Love.

However, my favourite has to go to St. Valentine's Day Massacre 1999. Just coming off the heels of a wonderful year and a luckluster Royal Rumble, this one event comes as a close second as to SummerSlam '99 as PPV of the year!

It had a great Hardcore Championship Match that went into the Mississippi River! A unbelievable Last Man Standing encounter fir the WWF Championship and it culminated with McMahon vs. Austin inside a Steel Cage!


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rico Len Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22/April/2014 at 15:32
I'm looking for an In Your House event where Yokozuna was cutting promos in English and trashing Vince for forcing him to be "Japanese" when he's actually Samoan. I swear it was for an In Your House PPV, but I can't find it, and Pimpy's wants to see it.
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Originally posted by Rico Len Rico Len wrote:

I'm looking for an In Your House event where Yokozuna was cutting promos in English and trashing Vince for forcing him to be "Japanese" when he's actually Samoan. I swear it was for an In Your House PPV, but I can't find it, and Pimpy's wants to see it.


If it's an IYH, it's either: Beware of Dog IYH or Good Friends Better Enemies IYH. That's around the time Yoko was a babyface who wwe featured on their shows before not used for being disgustingly overweight and eventually fired by the end of 1996.

Btw Canadian Stampede IYH is one of the greatest ppvs in wrestling history let alone the best IYH ppv of them all.

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Thanks Willy. :)

Point of contention though, I was just on Yoko's Wikipedia page and apparently he wasn't let go until 1998, he just went unused from 1996-1998. I never realized that, I too thought he was let go in 1996.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Willy1225 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22/April/2014 at 17:38
So your telling me the WWF kept that fat tub of lard while he sat around and ate himself to even more fatness for almost two years, it's hard for me to buy that.

Summerslam 1996 vs Austin of all people was the last WWF match he competed in that I know of off the top of my head.
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