5 Shortest matches in WWE history
3. The Rock vs Big Boss Man (4 seconds):
Beating the Big Boss Man was no mean feat back in the day. The fans respected him for his abilities, although his popularity with them was not particularly high.
Despite this in 1998, when Steve Austin faced The Big Boss Man at the 1998 Survivor Series in the first round of the tournament, they did not expect much. As per their expectation, Steve Austin defeated Boss Man and progressed to the next round of the Deadly Games Tournament which had been set up as a way to fill the vacant WWE (then known as WWF) Championship. Stone Cold's victory came off a disqualification when the Boss Man hit him with the nightstick.
The last match of the first round was set to feature Triple H and the Rock, with Triple H returning to action. However, Triple H did not appear, and the Boss Man was sent in as his replacement.
In a match that lasted only four seconds, Rock rolled The Big Boss Man up for a quick pin, sending himself into the next round of the tournament.
You can see The Rock face Mankind in the final of the Deadly Games Tournament here: