August 10th, 1998: WWF Tag Team Champions "Stone Cold" Steve Austin & The Undertaker put their belts on the line in a massive Four Corners Match against Kane & Mankind, The New Age Outlaws, and The Rock & Owen Hart. Val Venis is joined by (ugh) John Wayne Bobbitt so he can explain what happened last week when Mr. Yamaguchi-San attempted to "choppy-choppy his pee-pee." The tension within D-Generation-X continues to mount, and all five members of the group may decide that they would be better off if there was a "DX Split." Jeff Jarrett has now ditched Tennessee Lee as well as his country singer gimmick, and he debuts his newest weapon: a guitar with the phrase "Don't Piss Me Off" written on it. L.O.D. 2000 is scheduled to face Southern Justice, but Hawk's personal demons resurface and put the match in jeopardy. The Brawl For All continues with two more match-ups that no one cares about: Bradshaw vs. Marc Mero and Darren Drozdov vs. Savio Vega. The Godfather and Vader are booked to go head-to-head...... but Vader may opt to spend the night with The Godfather's ladies instead. Luna Vachon faces Jacqueline in what is surprisingly the first one-on-one women's match on "Raw" in several years. Plus, Dustin Runnels issues a statement from his new family-friendly organization Evangelists Against Television, Movies, & Entertainment (wait, how would you abbreviate that?).
Meanwhile over in WCW, Jay Leno successfully takes Hulk Hogan to the mat with an armbar!
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