Putting all of these things aside and focusing on the one match that this show is known for and that is the Triple Threat match between Kevin Nash, Goldberg, and Scott Steiner. For those of you that may not be aware of what took place at this event was when Goldberg pulled away from the jackknife and walked out of the match with Vince Russo fuming. This moment was suppose to be taken as a shoot and that Goldberg didn't want to play ball, but in reality nobody cared as the moment was just meant to pop the ratings instead of having an actual plan.
Overall this card is absolutely unlike anything that WCW had seen, because at past events we had seen a tremendous undercard and a lackluster main event. However, looking at this show we saw a lackluster undercard and solid main event; which though is a great thing it is harder to call a PPV good if it only has one match worth watching. This show is one that I would point to as a one match show with Booker, T and Jeff Jarrett as the only good match; don't get me wrong the opening match was good but at this point both teams were unproven.
Evan Karagias & Shane Helms & Shannon Moore def. Jamie-San & Kaz Hayashi & Yun Yang ladder (3 on 3)
Ernest Miller def. (pin) The Great Muta
Buff Bagwell def. (pin) Kanyon "Judy Bagwell On A Forklift"
Brian Adams & Bryan Clark def. (pin) Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak, Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire, Corporal Cajun & General Rection Four corners Tag WCW World Tag Team Titles
Billy Kidman def. (pin) Shane Douglas Strap Match
Major Gunns def. (pin) Miss Hancock "Rip off the Clothes"
Sting def. (pin) The Demon
Lance Storm def. (pin) Mike Awesome "Canadian Rules" WCW United States Title
The Great Muta & Vampiro def. (pin) Brian Adams & Bryan Clark WCW World Tag Team Titles
Kevin Nash def. (pin) Goldberg, Scott Steiner Triple-threat
Booker T. def. (pin) Jeff Jarrett WCW World Heavyweight Title