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[1999-12-16-WCW-Thunder] Bret Hart & Goldberg vs Scott Hall & Kevin Nash (House of Pain)

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A House of Pain match is a cage match where you have to chain both members of the opposing team. Once you do that, the House of Pain match begins and you can dish out whatever punishment. We'll see how this works in execution. Roddy Piper broke into the building to don the ref's shirt. Scott Hall was laid out before the match and it looks like Nash may have to go it alone. Creative Control attacks Piper as Goldberg makes his entrance and Jeff Jarrett joins them. Meanwhile, Nash is in the cage alone with Bret doing a number on him. Goldberg runs the heels off and rips the door off the cage and comes in to save Bret but Nash is ready for him. But this leaves an opening for Jarrett to come in the ring and break the guitar over Piper's head. Then Goldberg spears Jarrett, but Nash hits him from behind with a steel pipe. Nash and Jarrett chain Goldberg and Bret to the cage, and also do the same to Piper for good measure. Goldberg breaks the cuffs himself as the show is going off the air. This is a lot of booking.

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It was easy to create your own House of Pain at the time. Simply turn on WCW. Russo didn't just book the angle here, he booked practically every single move that was done out there.

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A whole lot of sound and fury signifying nothing here. Jarrett has his face painted like Sting because reasons, because fake Stings aren't completely played out in late '99. Was Hall in "no condition to perform" which is why he's not here?

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