Ad blocker interference detected!
Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers
Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.
The winner is the first man to escape the boiler room. Any weapons found in the room can be used. During Jerry Flynn's stint in World Championship Wrestling, this match was known as "The Block". This match has come to be known as one of Mick Foley's specialty matches.
The Boiler Room Brawl is almost non-existent in today's WWE. However, prior to the "Attitude" era, which introduced much more ringside weapons into matches, the Boiler Room Brawl was used as a way to get such items as ladders and steel pipes into matches. As the name suggests, the Boiler Room Brawl takes place inside an arena boiler room. The winner is usually the first Superstar to escape the room.
History of the Boiler Room Brawl match
|No.||Match||Event, date and location|
|I||Mankind defeated The Undertaker||SummerSlam 1996, August 17, 1996, Cleveland, Ohio|
|II||Mankind defeated The Big Show||In Your House 28: Backlash, April 25, 1999, Providence, Rhode Island|
|III||Triple H defeated Mankind||WWE Friday Night SmackDown!, September 23, 1999|
|IV||Jerry Flynn defeated The Barbarian||WCW Monday Nitro, November 15, 1999, Little Rock, Arkansas|
|V||Jerry Flynn vs. The Wall ended in a No-Contest when Berlyn interfered||WCW Monday Nitro, November 29, 1999, Denver, Colorado|
|VI||Triple H as "Santa Claus" defeated Mankind after interference from The Mean Street Posse and The New Age Outlaws who were all dressed as Santa||WWE Raw, December 20, 1999|
- Mankind apperared in every Boiler Room Brawl match under the WWE banner while Jerry Lynn appeared in both said matches in WCW.