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Fall Brawl (1999)

Fall Brawl (1999) was the seventh Fall Brawl professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by World Championship Wrestling (WCW). It took place on September 12, 1999 from the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. As of 2014 the event is available on the WWE Network.[1]

Fall Brawl (1999)
Fall Brawl 1999 VHS.jpg
PromotionWorld Championship Wrestling
DateSeptember 12, 1999
CityWinston-Salem, North Carolina
VenueLawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Tagline(s)Sting & Hogan Brawl For It All!
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The WarGames match was created when Dusty Rhodes was inspired by a viewing of Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.[2] It was originally used as a specialty match for the Four Horsemen. The first WarGames match took place at The Omni in Atlanta during the NWA's Great American Bash '87 tour, where it was known as War Games: The Match Beyond. It became a traditional Fall Brawl event from 1993 to 1998. This was the first Fall Brawl not to have a War Games Match.


The event featured professional wrestling matches that involve different wrestlers from pre-existing scripted feuds and storylines. Professional wrestlers portray villains, heroes, or less distinguishable characters in the scripted events that build tension and culminate in a wrestling match or series of matches.[3]


Other on-screen personnel
Role: Name:
Commentators Tony Schiavone
Bobby Heenan
Mike Tenay
Interviewer Gene Okerlund
Ring announcers David Penzer
Referees Mickie Henson
Charles Robinson

Berlyn was originally supposed to face Buff Bagwell, but the storyline was that Bagwell was late in arriving. In reality, Bagwell had refused to lose the match. Instead Berlyn wrestled against Jim Duggan. In the main event Sting put an unconscious Hulk Hogan in the Scorpion Deathlock after knocking him out with a baseball bat and Hogan failed to respond to his arm being raised three times by referee Charles Robinson. The outcome of the match played out due to large amounts of interference. Diamond Dallas Page was the first to interfere, attacking referee Nick Patrick and then hit the Diamond Cutter on Hogan. After Hogan kicked out Page attacked Patrick with the Diamond Cutter and took him out of the match. Bret Hart then came out to attack Page while Hogan forced Sting to the outside. Sid Vicious entered the ring to attack Hogan but was quickly taken out with the Big Boot. Hogan then intercepted a bat-wielding Lex Luger as he tried to interfere; Sting then took the bat after Luger had dropped it and assaulted Hogan with it. After the match, Sting and Luger celebrated in the middle of the ring.


No. Results[4] Stipulations Times
1 The Filthy Animals (Rey Misterio Jr., Eddy Guerrero and Billy Kidman) defeated Vampiro and Insane Clown Posse (Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope) Six-man tag team match 14:14
2 Lenny Lane (c) (with Lodi) defeated Kaz Hayashi Singles match for the WCW Cruiserweight Championship 12:09
3 The First Family (Hugh Morrus and Brian Knobbs) (with Jimmy Hart) defeated The Revolution (Dean Malenko and Shane Douglas) No Disqualification match 09:26
4 Rick Steiner (c) defeated Perry Saturn Singles match for the WCW World Television Championship 09:23
5 Berlyn (with The Wall) defeated Jim Duggan Singles match 07:58
6 Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) defeated The West Texas Rednecks (Barry Windham and Kendall Windham) (c) (with Curt Hennig) Tag team match for the WCW World Tag Team Championship 13:05
7 Sid Vicious defeated Chris Benoit (c) Singles match for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship 11:48
8 Goldberg defeated Diamond Dallas Page Singles match 09:04
9 Sting defeated Hulk Hogan (c) Singles match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship 15:21
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match


  1. ^ "Every pay-per-view available on WWE Network". WWE. February 4, 2014. Archived from the original on February 5, 2014. Retrieved February 8, 2014.
  2. ^ WCW War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches 2013. WWE.
  3. ^ Grabianowski, Ed. "How Pro Wrestling Works". HowStuffWorks, Inc. Discovery Communications. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  4. ^