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Lex Luger, The Steiner Brothers & Undertaker def. Quebecer Jacques, Yokozuna, Ludvig Borga & Crush
Sole Survivor: Lex Luger
This one was about more than just who would pick up the big W . National pride was on the line in this one as Lex Luger teamed up with fellow patriots the Steiner Brothers and Undertaker to take on the Foreign Fanatics. The Fanatics were comprised of Quebecer Jacques, Ludvig Borga, Crush and WWE Champion Yokozuna.
The big man from Finland, Borga, got his team off to a fast start as he pinned Rick Steiner. Crush then went on the offensive, but Randy Savage came out and distracted him. Scott Steiner knocked Crush to the outside, and he fought up the aisle with Savage, getting counted out in the process. Scott Steiner later tried a Frankensteiner on Yokozuna, but the Champ was just too big and he squashed him for the pin and elimination.
Yokozuna and Undertaker then got into a battle of the big men. Yokozuna connected on the Banzai Splash, but when he went for a second one, Undertaker got out of the way. The action spilled to the outside and both men got counted out, leaving Luger against Borga. Luger was a house of fire and connected with a flying forearm for the pin and the victory.