Welcome to another edition of "Slapstick Saturday," Cagesiders, where your old pal Hollywood Holland pokes fun at every botch, blooper and bomb the world of professional wrestling has ever given us.
This time, we're keeping you abreast of things that transpired during the Attitude Era.
That includes the Capital Carnage pay-per-view (PPV) that went down on December 6, 1998 at the London Arena in London, England, featuring a Fatal Four-Way main event pitting Stone Cold Steve Austin against Mankind, Kane and The Undertaker.
Straight up Attitude style, yo.
Elsewhere on the card, "Jacqueline" (Jacqueline DeLois Moore) was involved in a mixed-tag match with Marc Mero opposite Christian and Sable. During the match, Jacqueline ends up on the referee's shoulders (don't ask) and Sable runs up behind her with a big ol' tug on the top.
What's interesting about this clip is that it's still alive, especially following the efforts of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) to protect Linda McMahon's Senate campaign and expunge YouTube of all Attitude Era videos depicting similar debauchery. That includes my (sniff) Dawn Marie/Torrie Wilson collection.
Have a look and see for yourself.
Work or shoot?