The real reason I wanted to talk about this event was the Goldberg/Armstrong match. It is a common opinion, but Brad Armstrong really was an underutilized talent. He's had a good look and could certainly wrestle. It is a shame that he did not get more of an opportunity during the Monday Night Wars era. He was given two opportunities then and they were as Buzzkill (meh) and a BA, part of the No-Limit Soldiers group (double meh).
One of the things I had forgotten about was Brad's "Armstrong Curse" phase. I recall him wearing the shirt and that is about all I remember about it. I also seem to recall hearing that some personal issues may have hurt Brad's career, but I am not positive about that.
Anyhow, enjoy watching Goldberg build his streak by destroying Brad Armstrong.
I wonder what Brad Armstrong is up to these days. I am going to have to see if he is still active. If so, I wonder how he looks and if he can still "go."
UPDATE: Looking into the Armstrong Curse a bit more and Wikipedia's entry on Job (professional wrestling) had this:
Also, in World Championship Wrestling since 1994, the tendency of the Armstrongs (particularly Brad Armstrong) to lose matches was referred to as the "Armstrong curse". On average, however, Brad was more of a jobber to the stars, while his brothers were pure jobbers for the most part.