- Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
- (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
- Darren Drozdov & LOD 2000 (Road Warrior Animal & Road Warrior Hawk) vs. The Disciples Of Apocalypse (8-Ball, Chainz & Skull) ended in a no contest in a Six Man Tag Team Chicago Street Fight (4:00)
- Val Venis defeated Papi Chulo (3:45)
- Marc Mero defeated Steve Blackman in a King Of The Ring 1998 Qualifying Match (2:51)
- The Nation (D-Lo Brown, Owen Hart & The Rock) (w/ Kama Mustafa & Mark Henry) defeated D-Generation X (Billy Gunn, The Road Dogg & Triple H) (w/ Chyna & X-Pac) in a Six Man Tag Team Elimination Match (10:38)
- Billy Gunn defeated D-Lo Brown (1:32)
- The Rock defeated The Road Dogg (2:23)
- Owen Hart defeated Billy Gunn (3:32)
- Triple H defeated The Rock (10:05)
- Triple H was DQ'd (10:38)
- Jeff Jarrett (w/ Dennis Knight, Mark Canterbury & Tennessee Lee) defeated Faarooq in a King Of The Ring 1998 Qualifying Match (3:21)
- Taka Michinoku (w/ Bradshaw) (c) defeated Sho Funaki (w/ Dick Togo, Teioh & Yamaguchi-San) to retain the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship (3:08)
- Mark Henry defeated Terry Funk in a King Of The Ring 1998 Qualifying Match (4:53)
- Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated The Undertaker in a WWF World Heavyweight Title No#1 Contendership Match (6:25)
- Dark Match: Steve Austin (c) defeated The Rock to retain the WWF Championship
- McMahon then ordered Taker to face Kane for the chance at the title.
- Included a vignette promoting the debut of Edge scheduled for June 15.
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