Slamboree (1999) 1999 World Championship Wrestling pay-per-view event

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Slamboree (1999)
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Promotional poster featuring Bret Hart and Diamond Dallas Page
PromotionWorld Championship Wrestling
DateMay 9, 1999
CitySt. Louis, Missouri
VenueTWA Dome
Tagline(s)Watch Rules And Bones Shattered In The Comfort Of Your Own Home.
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Slamboree (1999) was the seventh Slamboree professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by World Championship Wrestling (WCW). It took place on May 9, 1999 from the TWA Dome in St. Louis, Missouri. As of 2014 the event is available on the WWE Network.[1]


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.[2]


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

Prior to the pay-per-view, there was one dark match, in which Dale Torborg defeated Johnny Swinger.

In the opening match of the pay-per-view broadcast, Raven and Perry Saturn won the WCW World Tag Team Championship against Rey Misterio, Jr. and Billy Kidman, and Dean Malenko and Chris Benoit in a triple threat match. Raven ultimately pinned Kidman after hitting him with the Evenflow.

Konnan defeated Stevie Ray, in the next match, via pinfall after Vincent and Horace Hogan interfered, followed by Rey Misterio, Jr. hitting Stevie Ray off the top rope.

In the following match Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Brian Knobbs. This match was advertised as a hardcore match, however immediately prior to the match it was changed to a falls count anywhere match. Knobbs attempted to dive from the crowd onto Bigelow, in the concession area. After missing, Bigelow suplexed Knobbs through the table and picked up the pinfall.

During the WCW World Television Championship title match, Rick Steiner defeated Booker T to win the title. Rick’s brother Scott Steiner came to the ring and tripped Booker T, which enabled Rick to hit a bulldog off the top rope, and pick up the pinfall.

The following match saw Gorgeous George faced referee Charles Robinson. Due to Gorgeous George’s victory in the match, Randy Savage was reinstated as a WCW wrestler.

In the next match, Scott Steiner successfully defended his WCW United States Heavyweight Championship against Buff Bagwell. Scott’s brother Rick came to the ring, indicating to Bagwell he was there to help him. As Bagwell went to his the Buff Blockbuster, Rick attacked Bagwell with a chair, enabling Scott to pick up the victory.

Roddy Piper next defeated Ric Flair via disqualification, enabling Piper to gain control as WCW President. Ric Flair was originally won this match against Roddy Piper by pinfall. Eric Bischoff came out and reversed a decision that Flair was disqualified for hitting Piper with a foreign object, turning Bischoff face for the first time since he turned on Piper and joins the nWo in November 1996. Piper fired Flair after the match.

The following match was scheduled to be between Sting and Goldberg. However, a few minutes into the match Bret Hart returned for the first time in two months, and attacked Goldberg. The Steiner Brothers then ran out and attacked both Sting and Goldberg.

In the main event Kevin Nash originally was awarded the victory over Diamond Dallas Page via disqualification. Randy Savage interfered in the match to assist Page, assaulting Nash and hitting him with the title belt. Eric Bischoff came to the ring after Savage interfered, ordered Doug Dillinger to escort Savage out of the building, and then told referee Nick Patrick to restart the match as a no disqualification match. Nash ultimately picked up the victory and the title after a Jacknife Powerbomb.


In 2021, Conrad Thompson said that the Konnan vs Stevie Ray match was "one of the worst matches" he has ever seen. Bischoff explained that, while the two of them were great stars, they did not have chemistry.[3]


No. Results[4] Stipulations Times
1D Dale Torborg defeated Johnny Swinger Singles match N/A
2 Raven and Perry Saturn defeated Rey Misterio, Jr. and Billy Kidman (c), and Dean Malenko and Chris Benoit (with Arn Anderson) Triple threat match for the WCW World Tag Team Championship 17:28
3 Konnan defeated Stevie Ray (with Vincent and Horace Hogan) Singles match 06:10
4 Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Brian Knobbs Hardcore match 11:29
5 Rick Steiner defeated Booker T (c) Singles match for the WCW World Television Championship 11:08
6 Gorgeous George (with Madusa, Miss Madness and Randy Savage) defeated Charles Robinson (with The Head Nurse and Ric Flair) Singles match 10:39
7 Scott Steiner (c) defeated Buff Bagwell by submission Singles match for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship 07:11
8 Roddy Piper defeated Ric Flair (with Arn Anderson and The Head Nurse) by disqualification Singles match 12:10
9 Sting fought Goldberg to a no contest Singles match 08:17
10 Kevin Nash defeated Diamond Dallas Page (c) Singles match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship 18:23
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • D – indicates the match was a dark 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. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ Grabianowski, Ed. "How Pro Wrestling Works". HowStuffWorks, Inc. Discovery Communications. Retrieved 2015-11-15. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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  4. ^ "WCW Slamboree". The history of WWE. Retrieved September 4, 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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