April 6th, 1998: After being sent to jail last week, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin has apparently reconsidered and become Vince McMahon's corporate champion.... or has he? The brand new version of D-Generation-X runs afoul of The Disciples of Apocalypse by [ahem] washing their motorcycles, which results in a match between the two factions. A despondent Cactus Jack takes the fans to task for cheering on another wrestler, and we may have seen the last of him in the WWF as a result. Kane and Paul Bearer continue their mind games by desecrating the gravesite of The Undertaker's parents. The new Nation of Domination ambushes Faarooq backstage, and The Rock then puts his Intercontinental Title on the line against Owen Hart. Ken Shamrock goes one-on-one with Marc Mero while The Nation continues to cause trouble for "The World's Most Dangerous Man." Steve Blackman squares off with Brian Christopher, but Blackman's nemesis Jeff Jarrett is not finished with him yet. Dan "The Beast" Severn has his debut WWF match against Flash Funk, so you can probably predict that outcome pretty easily. Luna Vachon takes on a random jobber in what is billed as the WWF's first ever intergender match. Plus, X-Pac almost ruins the new DX's debut promo by quoting the most inoffensive rapper of all-time and a terrible gimmick gets sent to Wrestler Heaven!
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