In Your House 2 1995

Commentary Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler
The second PPV of In Your House 1995 kicks off with 123 Kids vs The Roadie, the two former members of D-Generation X. The 123 Kid was always pulling off some good high flying moves at this time. Yet despite the Roadie ends up victorious with a piledriver from the top rope. As a singles competitor, the Roadie began to show a little more personality here than being Jeff Jarrett’s sidekick.
The next match is between the recently crowned King of the Ring, King Mabel with Sir Mo against Razor Ramon and his new ally, Savio Vega. Continuing on from their feud from King of the ring. The tag team match isn’t that special and it is obvious that King Mabel takes the win, to continue his push as King of the Ring. Mabel also scores the win over Razor Ramon.
A short entertainment break is next with Jeff Jarrett performing his song at the Nashville venue.
The next match is between Henry O. Godwinn and Bam Bam Bigelow. Bam Bam was still a face at this PPV which really didn’t suit him and he also had a new entrance theme. Bam Bam takes the win in the match which is a little boring.
Jeff Jarrett defends his Intercontinental title against the Heartbreak Kid Shawn Michaels. Shawn Michaels was a fan favourite between both two competitors and this was the beginning of the transition to his popularity as a face. The match was entertaining, especially with the Roadie taking his opportunities to attack Shawn Michaels. Unfortunately, it was the Roadies interference which accidentally cost Jeff Jarrett his title, and Shawn Michaels became the 3-time Intercontinental title. This was the best match of the In Your House 2 PPV. After the match, Shawn Michaels celebrated with Razor Ramon and Diesel, whereas apparently the Roadie and Jeff Jarrett got into a fight backstage.
The next match was Owen Hart and Yokozuna defending their tag team titles against the Allied Powers, British Bulldog and Lex Luger. The match was fairly decent to watch with the talent combination of speed and strength. Owen Hart and Yokozuna won and retained their tag team titles.
The main event was between Diesel versus Psycho Sid, who was backed by the Million Dollar Team. This was a lumberjack match. The best move was Diesel gaining revenge on the lumberjacks who attacked, by unexpectedly flying over the top rope on them all. Diesel took the win over Psycho Sid in which was a slightly disappointing match overall.

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