Overall there are two interesting notes I would like to point out with one being that Booker, T lost to Kanyon earlier in the night and would then defeat Jeff Jarrett in the main event to win the World Title. In my opinion, there was a problem with the booking on this show, because even though Kanyon defeated Booker there was never any follow up which would've been a breath of fresh air for at least a short time; also this would've at least given Kanyon a nice thank you for all the hard work he had put in for years working for WCW. The other note was that this show was the final event for Eric Bischoff as an employee of WCW as he would leave the company the following day after a meeting with Brad Seigel in California. Either way this event has provided a little bit of insight into how messed up things were during this time in WCW.
Lt. Loco (C) Def. (Pin) Juventud Guerrera WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Big Vito (C) Def. (Pin) Norman Smiley & Ralphus Handicap Hardcore WCW Hardcore Title
Daffney Def. Miss Hancock "Wedding Gown"-*
Brian Adams & Bryan Clark Def. (Pin) Chuck Palumbo (C) & Shawn Stasiak (C) WCW World Tag Team Titles
Kanyon Def. (Pin) Booker T.
Mike Awesome Def. (DQ) Scott Steiner (C) WCW United States Title
Vampiro Def. (Forfeit) The KISS Demon "Graveyard"
Shane Douglas Def. (Pin) Buff Bagwell
Hulk Hogan Def. (Pin) Jeff Jarrett (C) WCW World Heavyweight Title
Goldberg Def. (Pin) Kevin Nash
Booker T. Def. (Pin) Jeff Jarrett (C) WCW World Heavyweight Title