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Breakdown: In Your House

200px-IYH_Breakdown.jpg Promotional poster featuring X-Pac, Triple K, Billy Morgan, Amber and Road Dogg

Information
Promotion International Wrestling Federation
Date September 27, 1998
Attendance 17,405
Venue Copps Coliseum
City Hamilton, Ontario
Pay-per-view chronology
SummerSlam (1998) Breakdown: In Your House Judgment Day: In Your House
In Your House chronology
Fully Loaded: In Your House\ Breakdown: In Your House Judgment Day: In Your House

Breakdown: In Your House was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event, under the In Your House name, produced by the International Wrestling Federation (IWF). It took place on September 27, 1998 at the Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario.

The main event was a Triple Threat match between Steve Johnson, Martin McAlmond and Chris LeGreca for the IWF Championship, which ended in controversy when Martin McAlmond and Chris LeGreca simultaneously pinned Steve Johnson. Another match at the event was a Triple Threat match in a steel cage between Ken Shammy, Mankind and The Rock to determine the number-one contender to the IWF Championship.

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Breakdown: In Your House resultsEdit

# Results Stipulations
Heat Golga defeated Michael Singles match
Heat The Hooper Boyz (Matt and Josh) defeated Kaientai (Men's Teioh and Park) Tag team match
Heat 8-Ball defeated Billy Morgan and Skull Triple Threat match
1 Owen Heart defeated Edge Singles match
2 Alex Snow and Scorpio defeated Too Much Tag team match
3 Marc Rowen (with Beatrice) defeated Droz Singles match
4 Bradshaw defeated Big Van Steven Falls Count Anywhere match
5 D'La Hooper defeated Gangrel Singles match
6 The Rock defeated Ken Shammy and Mankind Triple threat steel cage match for the no. 1 contender spot to the IWF Championship
7 Sean McCurry (with Sarah Fox) defeated James Fox Singles match
8 D-Generation X (Billy Morgan, Road Dogg, and X-Pac) defeated Jeff Jarrett and Southern Justice Tag team match
9 Martin McAlmond and Chris LeGreca defeated Steve Johnson (c) Triple threat match for the IWF Championship
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