At a Smackdown taping in Detroit, Michigan, Gerald Brisco wins the WWF Hardcore championship when he pins a sleeping Crash Holly
Stone Cold Steve Austin defeats The Rock in a no-disqualification match to win his third WWF World Championship, when Mankind makes the three count
On RAW is WAR, Stone Cold Steve Austin drives to ringside in a Coors Light truck and sprays Vince McMahon, The Rock & the rest of the Corporation with beer
2001 – On RAW is WAR, Matt and Jeff Hardy re-capture the WWF World tag team titles from The Dudley Boys, continuing their classic series of violent matches
At a Monday Night RAW taping, Steve Austin unleashes a series of Stone Cold Stunners, going wild and attacking several of his potential opponents in the Royal Rumble match later that month
At a RAW is WAR taping, Triple H defeated Shawn Michaels to win the WWF European Championship, when his fellow D-Generation X member lays down for him
Just as Stephanie McMahon and Test are prepared to exchange their vows in the ring, the leader of DX shows a bombshell video that breaks up the whole ceremony
The Rock defeats Mankind by ‘submission’ to win the vacated the WWF title, after a shocking turn of events in the tournament final
Chyna wins a ‘Good Housekeeping Match’ to capture the Intercontinental championship from Jeff Jarrett, in his final WWF match.
During the WWF’s first-ever Hell in a Cell match, Glenn Jacobs debuts as Kane, and tears the door off the cage to go after his ‘brother’, The Undertaker
Stone Cold drives the massive machine to ringside, taking out Mr. McMahon and a few light fixtures along the way.
On RAW is WAR, the unlikely team of Mankind and The Rock defeat ‘The Unholy Alliance’ of The Undertaker and Big Show to win the WWF Tag Team Championship
The World Wrestling Federation introduces their second major, weekly show, as The Attitude Era heats up
1999 – It’s True. Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle makes his first WWF television appearance, on an episode of Sunday Night Heat in his hometown of Pittsburgh
2000 – The WWF presents No Way Out, featuring Triple H defeating Mick Foley for the World Heavyweight title and forcing him into ‘retirement’