Summerslam 1992 doesn't count. I'm talking strictly UK WWF/WWE PPV's like Rampage, Battle Royal At The Albert Hall, One Night Only, Mayhem In Manchester, Capital Carnage, Insurrextion, Rebellion and anything else I may have forgotten. For me, it's Capital Carnage. This capped off my favourite year in the WWF, 1998. In the main event we saw the 4 guys who spent the majority of that year in the main event scene feuding with each other, compete in a Fatal 4 Way, Austin vs. Undertaker vs. Kane vs. Mankind, and it was a fun exciting wild brawl. The Rock defended the WWF Championship against X-Pac in a great WWF Championship match, the crowd were really behind X-Pac and wanted him to win the title. X-Pac looked like he could believably win the belt and came close. Other matches on the card I liked were Triple H vs. Jeff Jarrett, Val Venis vs. Goldust, New Age Outlaws vs. The Nation, Al Snow vs. Gangrel, Sable and Christian vs. Mero and Jacqueline etc. Vince along with Shane, Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson cut a harsh promo during the show on the UK, just really laying into the British crowd, lol. We also saw an appearance from Vinnie Jones, who was coming off hot from Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels that year. I loved Vinnie's appearance and the two toughest sumbitches Austin & Vinnie in the ring at the same time drinking a beer together to close the PPV was an awesome moment. We also saw Jacqueline's boobs. Usually on UK PPV's, storylines and feuds from the major weekly shows/PPV's weren't acknowledged, which made the UK PPV's seem unimportant but on this show they did acknowledge the storylines and feuds from the major shows, which made this show look important. The crowd really seemed to dig the show and had a good time. Unfortunately I found out recently that JR suffered his second bells-palsy attack on this show but other than that, I absolutely loved this show.