- Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
- (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
- Christian, Edge & Test defeated The British Bulldog & The Mean Street Posse (Joey Abs, Pete Gas and Rodney) in a Four On Three Handicap Match (2:44)
- Triple H (c) defeated Al Snow to retain the WWF World Heavyweight Championship (4:22)
- Mankind vs. The Rock ended in a no contest (6:59)
- The Fabulous Moolah (c) defeated Mae Young by DQ to retain the WWF Women's Championship (2:57)
- The Hollys (Crash Holly & Hardcore Holly) (c) defeated The Hardy Boyz (Matt & Jeff Hardy) (w/ Terri Runnels) to retain the WWF World Tag Team Championships (3:55)
- The Big Bossman (w/ Phony Cop) vs. The Big Show ended in a no contest in a non-title match (1:00)
- Mark Henry & The Godfather (w/ Hos) defeated Mideon & Viscera (1:29)
- Steve Austin defeated Val Venis (9:57)
- Included Mankind cutting an in-ring promo to begin the show in which he made mention of his book, Have a Nice Day, saying it was the greatest thing he ever did.
- Moments later, Mankind did a sit-in to get Vince McMahon's attention and, after Vince came out, Mankind said he wanted a title shot and wanted to beat the Rock in order to earn it.
- The Rock then came out and accepted the challenge.
- After Mankind left the ring, Rock confronted Vince and said that if he was wrestling tonight, Steve Austin should be wrestling as well.
- When Vince said no one had challenged Austin, Val Venis came out and did so.
- Austin came out, accepted the challenge, and sent Venis out of the ring as Vince and Rock left ringside.
- Featured footage of Mark Henry at his 5th sex therapist in which his therapist was revealed to be the Godfather, with Godfather telling Henry there was absolutely nothing wrong with him.
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