|Promotion||World Wrestling Entertainment|
|Date||February 14, 1999|
|Previous episode||February 7, 1999|
|Next episode||February 21, 1999|
The February 14, 1999 Edition of Heat is a Professional wrestling television show of the WWE, which took place at the The Pyramid in Memphis, Tennessee. This was broadcast live at the lead-in for In Your House 27: St. Valentine's Day Massacre PPV.
Shane McMahon opens the show by introducing Vince McMahon to the ring. He reminds everyone that he won the Royal Rumble and that he pinned Steve Austin on the last RAW. He gives Austin one last chance to assault him and break his contract before their cage match later.
A limo pulls up, but they don't reveal who arrived.
The Rock interviews a potential personal masseuse. He then dismisses her and the rest of the potential applicants as two-bit skanks.
Jerry Lawler addresses the crowd from inside the ring. He is running for mayor of Memphis. He invites Debra and Ivory to the ring. Debra challenges Ivory to join the tag team title match and make it a 6-man mixed tag match. Ivory refuses and insists that the title match take place as planned. They catfight, but their respective tag teams break it up.
Backstage, the Iron Sheik shows Mankind his training clubs, but Mankind wonders if he could put them to better use just clubbing the Rock with them.
Todd Grisham tries to get a comment from Ausin, but gets a door slammed in his face.
Backstage Gunn counts his bribe money, but is interrupted by Ryan Shamrock who jumps on his lap.
Before his match, Tiger Ali Singh insults the crowd. Billy Gunn quickly defeats Singh after Val Venis runs in to count the pinfall. Ken Shamrock runs out to brawl with Venis. Gunn throws them both out of the ring then celebrates with D-Generation X. Big Bossman and Test come out to escort Shamrock to the back.
DeNucci encourages Mankind to dropkick.
Bob Backlund advises Mankind to run up and down the stairs for a cardiovascular advantage. Mankind runs a little bit, but the Rock shows up and attacks him out of nowhere.
Vince comes out again and explains that he hates Austin. He calls out Austin, but Commissioner Shawn Michaels comes out instead. Vince accuses Austin of hiding behind Michaels and that brings out Austin. Vince spits in Austin faces as the show ends and goes to PPV.
- Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
- (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
- Singles Match: Viscera (w/ Mideon) defeated Test (w/ Big Bossman) (2:20)
- Viscera won by disqualification after Bossman attacked him during the match.
- Singles Match: Billy Gunn defeated Tiger Ali Singh (0:35)