At the time, I think the majority of fans were confused with the way the title change went down. Obviously there was no Internet, and the insider newsletters were nowhere near as prevalent as they are today. I was 18 and had been a fan for over a decade, but I didn't know anything about double-crosses. I thought everything was scripted and all the wrestlers were friends, although I do remember thinking how awkward the finish to that match and the post-match action looked. Unlike the Montreal Screwjob, the Richter-Spider Lady match was quickly forgotten and never referenced again on WWE television.