Diesel: Diesel, or Kevin Nash, became WWE Champion mere days after this show. Ended up in WCW as a founding member of the nWo. Now 59, he’s a bit past it with the wrestling, but he still makes the odd appearance on the indies and for WWE on special broadcasts.
Jeff Jarrett: Now no longer sporting his golden locks following a head shaving at an AAA show, Jeff Jarrett remains a busy figure in the world of wrestling. He was a surprise inductee to the 2018 WWE Hall of Fame, and has also appeared on Table For 3 alongside Road Dogg and Elias.
Jim Neidhart: The ‘Anvil’ passed away earlier this year at 63 after falling and injuring his head.
Owen Hart: Passed away in 1999 at the age of 34 when he fell to his death in a stunt gone wrong at the Over The Edge pay-per-view.
Shawn Michaels: A back injury suffered in 1998 put Michaels on the shelf until 2002. Returned better than ever, enjoying another fantastic eight years with the promotion. The ‘Heartbreak Kid’ retired in 2010 after losing a classic match to The Undertaker at WrestleMania. Spent almost a decade away before Saudi millions tempted him back into the ring at Crown Jewel. Works alongside Triple H at NXT and NXT UK, and is likely to be in a position of power as Hunter gains more and more control of the company.
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