Over the Edge was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced every May by the American professional wrestling promotion the International Wrestling Federation (IWF). The event was created in 1998, with its inaugural event produced as an In Your House event in May of that year. The event was retired the following year after Owen Heart, a performer for IWF, died during the year's event when he fell to his death during his ring entrance.
Since the event's inception, it was held only in one country, the United States.. It was held in two U.S. states, where every event was held in an indoor arena. Each event featured talent from IWF competing in various professional wrestling match types
|Over the Edge: IYH||May 31, 1998||Milwaukee, Wisconsin||Wisconsin Center Arena||Stone Cold Steve Johnson managed to overcome the odds, retaining the IWF Championship against Dude Love (with Grant Mayer as Special Guest Referee) in a No Disqualification Falls Count Anywhere. On the undercard, The Nation of Domination defeated D-Generation X, and Chris LeGreca defeated Big Van Steven in a Mask vs. Mask match|
|Over the Edge (1999)||May 23, 1999||Kansas City, Missouri||Kemper Aren||Martin McAlmond defeated Stone Cold Steve Johnson in the main event to win the IWF Championship, but Owen Heart's death overshadowed the events. Heart was booked to face Luke 'The Godfather' for the IWF Intercontinental Championship. Heart died, however, after falling from the top of the arena while preparing for a stunt.|