Yes, that’s Cindy Margolis strapped to a gurney while getting an earful from Jeff Jarrett. This one’s weird, folks.
Previously on the Vintage Best and Worst of WWF Smackdown: Kane ran amok over the whole show, parting ways with X-Pac and attempting to light Triple H on fire before their WWF Championship match. Also, the tag team titles were defended in a Buried Alive match, the conclusion of which saw Stone Cold Steve Austin’s debut for the Blue Team.
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And now, the vintage Best and Worst of WWF Smackdown for Sept. 16, 1999.