1. Singles Match for the WWF European Championship
X-Pac (C) w/Chyna vs. D-Lo Brown w/Mark Henry
This match had a solid amount of time (5 Minutes) and I thought for what it was it was pretty good, Chyna and Mark Henry continued there ongoing drama with a letter to Chyna which was intriguing. Anyway the European title match had some good action especially the D-Lo Brown frog splashes but it was the second Frog Splash following Mark Henry slamming X-Pac's injured back into the ringpost to get the victory thus becoming the New European Champion.
Winner-D-Lo Brown to Become the NEW European Champion, Rating-**3/4, Length-5:17
2. Tag Team Match
The Headbangers vs. The Insane Clown Posse
This was The Headbangers calling out someone from the Oddities and The Insane Clown Posse came out, the headbangers assaulted these two men viciously. hey smashed them both with Steel Chairs before the Oddities came out and made the save but it was too late.
Winners-No Contest, Rating-N/a
Thry show a clip from Sunday Night Heat when Austin went on a search for something to cut off the feed to Vince McMahon which he did. They highlight what happened last week when Undertaker and Kane bashed Vince McMahon's ankle to shreds.
McMahon Hospital Segment 1-They show Mr. McMahon in the hospital when Mick Foley comes in and he brings in chocolates, a clown and Mr. Socko just to cheer McMahon up which only makes him annoyed.
3. Singles Match w/Sable on Commentary
Vader vs. Marvelous Marc Mero w/Jacqueline
Interesting match that was basically a two on one handicap against Vader, in the end though Marc Mero hit Marvelocity on Vader for the 1...2...3 to defeat the Masterdon, Vader. After the match they taunted Sable into the ring before they knocked her down and Jacqueline cut her hair. Mero and Jacqueline escape up the ramp with Sable's hair in hand.
Winner-Marvelous Marc Mero, Rating-**, Length-4:14
A vignette hyping Steven Regal aka William Regal hyping his debut as they show him squeezing oranges to make orange juice instead of pouring it from a carton.
4. Singles Match
Edge vs. Owen Hart
Owen gets on the microphone and says that when he did what he did to Dan Severn last week he regret's, this leads OWen Hart to walking out thus Edge wins the match via forfeit.
Winner-Edge by Forfeit, Rating-N/a, Length-N/a
Owen Hart is shown walking in the car park with a suitcase where Michael Cole interviews him asking what happened, Hart says "He's done"
5. Singles Match
Kane vs. Ken Shamrock
In this match Shamrock basically tried to keep Kane down for more then about three seconds since Kane would continue to sit-up following everything. In the end though Undertaker walked down to ringside, Kane went to the top rope which lead Undertaker to shaking the top rope and knocking Kane down before Ken Shamrock hit him with a Belly to Belly Suplex off the top rope for the 1...2...3 to defeat Kane.
Winner-Ken Shamrock, Rating-**1/2, Length-7:11
6. Singles Match
Val Venis w/Terri Runnels vs. Gangrel w/Christian
This match saw about two minutes of action before Edge came through the crowd and got in Christian's face before Gangrel DDT'd Edge on the floor thus causing a count-out. After the match Val Venis got a special delivery which lead to Goldust announcing via the arena speakers that he will return next week.
Winner-Val Venis, Rating-*, Length-2:35
They show highlights of Austin on Sunday Night Heat from the night before when he got in Shane McMahon's face as well as cutting the cable to connect Vince McMahon's feed.
7. Singles Match
Al Snow vs. Jeff Jarrett
About a four minute match that didn't really do anything to me, the last thirty seconds was intriguing however when Al Snow did a scoopslam on Jarrett before going to the top rope with the head however Sgt. Slaughter who had made his way down to ringside at about the two minute mark shook the ropes (exact same finish to Shamrock vs. Kane) and the referee disqualified the commissioner therefore...
Winner-Al Snow by Disqualification, Rating-*1/2, Length-4:16
8. Singles Match
Road Dogg w/Chyna and X-Pac vs. Mark Henry w/D-Lo Brown
Apparenty the piece of paper Chyna got at the start of the show was a lawsuit for Sexual Harassment which was different. I think this match was way to short since it only spanned about three minutes but still solid match which saw a vice versa ending from earlier in the night as Chyna comes down and distracts Mark Henry by taking out D-Lo Brown. before Road Dogg got a move on Henry before getting the pinfall to get one back on Henry and D-Lo.
Winner-Road Dogg, Rating-**, Length-3:40
McMahon Hospital Segment 2-They show Mr. McMahon in the hospital when the doctor asks for the other doctor, Stone Cold then jumps on Vince delivering punches to him before smashing him in the head with a Bed Pan, using defibrillators on McMahon, sticking I don't even know what it was up McMahon's um...this was a really good segment that will go down in the history of the Monday Night Wars.
Rating-AWESOME (This was a Classic Scene in the Monday Night Wars, especially the Bed Pan part which was AWESOME)
9. Singles Match
The Rock vs. The Undertaker
The main event of the October 5th, 1998 episode of RAW was pretty good, I thought this match had a very good flow to it, the timing was great as well as the ending. The match included Rock reversing the Old School by throwing Taker into the ring, several finishers as well as the ending which saw the referee get knocked down, then Taker and Rock did a flying double clothesline which took each other down. When they got back up Rock Irish whipped Undertaker into where Kane was standing, Kane smashed Undertakers back with a steel chair before Rock hit him with a Rock Bottom but there was no referee. Rock went to check on the referee but Undertaker sat up and hit him with a Tombstone Piledriver on the Steel Chair for the slow 1....2....3 to defeat The Rock in a Pretty Good match.
Winner-Undertaker, Rating-***3/4, Length-12:49
Overall-A; Another one of the great Attitude Era RAW's which had great storytelling, storyline progression, good swerves as well as a really good main event match.