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WWF Diva Intentionally Exposed Herself 21 Years Ago (Video)

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• WWF Diva Intentionally Exposed Herself 21 Years Ago (Video)

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 12, 1999, the World Wrestling Federation aired their annual ‘Armageddon’ event LIVE on PPV from the National Car Rental Center in Sunrise, Florida.

In front of 17,054 people, Triple H faced Vince McMahon in a ‘No Holds Barred’ match after marrying his daughter Stephanie “against her will” a few weeks earlier.

Despite being on the official WWF Poster, The Undertaker wasn’t part of the event, because he was still injured.

At this PPV, Miss Kitty won the WWF Women’s Championship in a Four Corners Evening Gown Pool match. After the match, Miss Kitty exposed herself to celebrated.

You can watch it below:

Below are the results:

The Acolytes won a #1 contenders Battle Royal

Kurt Angle defeated Steve Blackman

Evening Gown pool – WWF Women’s Championship: Miss Kitty defeated B.B., Ivory (c) & Jacqueline

The Hollys defeated Rikishi and Viscera

WWF European Championship: Val Venis defeated The British Bulldog (c) & D’Lo Brown

Steel Cage: Kane defeated X-Pac

WWF Intercontinental Championship: Chris Jericho defeated Chyna (c)

WWF Tag Team Championship: The Rock ‘n’ Sock Connection defeated The New Age Outlaws (c) by DQ

WWF Championship: Big Show (c) defeated Big Boss Man

No Holds Barred: Triple H defeated Mr. McMahon

ALSO WATCH: WWF Diva Jacqueline Completely Exposed At Capital Carnage 1998:

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• Hardcore Wrestling Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Hardcore Wrestling Legend “The Homicidal, Suicidal, Genocidal….Death–Defying Maniac” Sabu (Real name: Terry Brunk) turns 56 today.

Sabu revolutionized Hardcore Professional Wrestling while competing for Paul Heyman’s ECW Extreme Championship Wrestling promotion from 1995 till 2000.

He also had a brief stint in Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1995, where he defeated Mr. JL (Jerry Lynn under a mask) at WCW Halloween Havoc 1995.


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