May 11th, 1998: Vince McMahon stacks the deck even further against "Stone Cold" Steve Austin by giving him a mystery tag team partner in his match tonight as well as appointing several guest officials for his match against Dude Love at "Over the Edge." DX continues their invasion of WCW by showing up at their headquarters in Atlanta, and Triple-H later goes one-on-one with his rival Owen Hart. In a rare Husband vs. Wife match-up, Marc Mero and Sable intend to finally settle their differences. Finally fed up with the Goldust character, Dustin Runnels burns his costume and pledges not to take any more crap from the establishment. An ECW wrestler surprisingly shows up at the WWF's door, and he has brought a friend with him. The Undertaker seeks to get some revenge on Jerry "The King" Lawler while Paul Bearer continues to insist that he is actually Kane's father. Jeff Jarrett goes head-to-head with Faarooq as "Double-J's" nemesis Steve Blackman lurks at ringside. Club Kamikaze have now been renamed Kaientai, and their debut "Raw" match is a 3-on-2 encounter against Terry Funk & Scorpio. Vader takes on NWA member Barry Windham in what turns out to be the final televised match of Windham's not-so-prestigious WWF career. Hawk battles Skull in singles action as the L.O.D.O.A. rivalry continues. Plus, we get a terrible Edge vignette and The WWE Network edits out a special commercial! Meanwhile over on "Nitro," Eric Bischoff lays down a challenge to Vince McMahon, and Diamond Dallas Page provides us with what is likely the most unintentionally hilarious promo of his career!
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