Foley declares that Angle and Benoit will take on The Rock and Triple H in a tag-team match, "right here in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania." Angle shows his dissatisfaction by attacking Benoit, and about a million refs pile out to break it up. Where do all these refs come from? There are like three refs that actually officiate. I think the rest of them are just fans that get plucked out of the cheap seats to fill in at moments like these. As we go to commercial, Austin arrives at the arena, looking for X-Pac and Road Dogg.
Back from commercial, Austin finds X-Pac and Road Dogg in a locker room. He pumps them for information about his attacker. They claim they don't know anything, and they were just "following orders from Hunter." Austin tells Road Dogg that if he's lying, Austin will "harvest [his] little cornrows." Ha! Road Dogg's hairstyle is lame. I wish Austin had made fun of X-Pac instead, though. I hate X-Pac.
Lita, the current Woman's Champion, comes out to the ring, as the announcer says she will be taking on Jacqueline. Before the match begins, Lita introduces the new WWF Tag Team Champions, the Hardy Boyz. You know, I used to harbor a little crush on Jeff Hardy, but he is so incredibly cheesy, even for the WWF, that I had to let it go. Nice red velvet pants, dude. I'm glad they won the belts, though. Jacqueline comes out with Edge and Christian. Jacqueline scares me, even more than your average wrestler. At least they are finally having actual wrestling matches between women now, instead of using them as excuses to have the women take their clothes off. Lita executes a splendid moonsault off the top rope, but some fighting by the boys outside the ring distracts the ref. Finally, Lita gets a Twist of Fate off and retains the title. Lita and the Hardys do some sort of bizarro Three Musketeers thing at the top of the ramp. I think they had better work on that one.
When we come back from commercial, we find out that, "recently," Mick Foley, The Rock, and Chyna posed for a poster promoting literacy. Um, recently? Why does Foley have shoulder-length hair then, instead of his current buzz cut? Whatever.
Road Dogg comes out carrying a garbage can and does his usual schtick. Before he can get through the whole speech, Steve Blackman's "music" (can you call drumbeats music?) hits and the announcer tells us this will be a Hardcore Championship match. Multiple garbage cans are used on various skulls. The announcers keep commenting on how quick Blackman is, like we get it, already! Besides, my grandmother is quick compared to the Road Dogg. The wrestlers battle their way out of the ring and into the lobby. This would all seem a lot less contrived if there weren't security guards already out there to keep the fans out of the way. Zzz. Could this match be any more boring? Whoo! Suddenly, Stone Cold comes out of nowhere and smacks Road Dogg with a chair! Apparently, Austin was making a call in a nearby phone booth, and took advantage of opportunity. Blackman sees Road Dogg on the ground, covers him, and retains the title.