WWF WrestleMania 2000 Results – 4/2/00 (Fatal Four Way Match for the WWF Championship)

WWF WrestleMania 2000 Results

WWF WrestleMania 2000 Results
April 2, 2000
Anaheim, California (Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim)
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler welcome us to the show.

Howard Finkel introduces Lilian Garcia, who sings a beautiful rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner.”

A video plays showcasing WrestleMania through the years, leading us to this year’s show with a Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match for the WWF Championship. Triple H defends against The Rock, The Big Show, and Mick Foley with a McMahon in every corner.

We see a big pyrotechnics display in the Arrowhead Pond before abruptly cutting to the ring with The Godfather and D’Lo Brown already in it. Ice-T had accompanied them to the ring singing a new song for The Godfather, but it was edited out on the WWE Network version.

The Godfather says it’s time for everyone to come aboard the Ho Train. Godfather says everyone knows he’s been pimping hoes nationwide. Take that fatty out and say, “Pimpin’ ain’t easy!”

The Godfather and D’Lo Brown vs. The Big Boss Man and Bull Buchanan

It’ll be D’Lo Brown starting against Bull Buchanan. Brown ducks a pair of clotheslines and punches him. Brown slides through his legs, ducks a clothesline, and hits a jumping heel kick. Big Boss Man tries to run in, but Godfather clotheslines him down. Brown hits Buchanan with a back elbow and tags Godfather in. Godfather hits a scoop slam. Brown follows up with a big splash before Godfather hits a spinning leg drop. Godfather sends Buchanan into the ropes and hits a back elbow. Buchanan avoids an elbow drop and tags Boss Man in. Boss Man has a whip to the corner reversed on him, and Godfather hits some clotheslines. Godfather punches Boss Man in the midsection before hitting a calf kick for a two count. Brown tags in, but Boss Man cuts him off and tags Buchanan in. Brown quickly puts Buchanan in the corner and punches away at him before punching Boss Man back. Brown whips him to the opposite corner, but Buchanan leaps to the top rope and jumps off with a clothesline. Buchanan scoop slams Brown and lifts him up, but Brown punches back at him. Buchanan hits a drop-toe-hold into the ropes as Boss Man tags in. Buchanan and Boss Man punch Brown. Godfather breaks up the pin. Boss Man punches Brown before sending him into the ropes for a big boot. Buchanan tags in and hits Brown with a scissor kick for a near fall! Buchanan sends him out of the ring. Boss Man drops Brown on the barricade. Godfather runs into the ring and accidentally hits the referee, who was in the way. The referee stayed standing. Godfather punches away at Buchanan before getting his eyes raked. Buchanan punches Brown to the corner before whipping him hard into the corner. Buchanan drives Brown into Boss Man’s foot. Boss Man tags in and takes Brown down with Buchanan’s help for a two count. The referee holds Godfather back from getting in the ring. Buchanan applies a bear hug to Brown. Brown won’t submit and punches out. Buchanan quickly levels him with a back elbow and tags Boss Man in. They kick Brown and club him down. Boss Man shouts they are the best. Boss Man boots Brown in the head. Brown fights back and goes for a running cross-body, but Boss Man catches him and hits a backbreaker for a near fall. Buchanan tags in and comes off the top rope with a big axe handle. Buchanan uppercuts Brown and hits a backbreaker. Buchanan goes to the top rope, but Godfather shakes the ropes to crotch him on the top rope. Brown then hits a super hurricanrana.

Godfather tags in and punches away at Buchanan before sending him into the ropes for a back body drop. Boss Man runs in, but Godfather takes him down. Boss Man reverses a whip to the corner and goes for an avalanche, but Godfather moves. Godfather winds up and hits the Ho Train avalanche on Boss Man to the delight of the crowd. Brown tags in and goes to the top rope, but Buchanan shoves him off. Godfather takes Buchanan out. Brown kicks Boss Man and hits the ropes, but Boss Man hits a Boss Man Slam. Buchanan follows up with a diving leg drop off the top rope for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: The Big Boss Man and Bull Buchanan

After the match, Boss Man and Buchanan angrily chase away the scantily clad hos (WWF’s terminology, not mine). Godfather does not look happy in the ring.

Mike’s Thoughts: Super blah opener for the show. The Godfather was super over (wow was he amped up for his promo before the match) and the crowd loved everything he did, but in terms of action this was sloppy and largely bad. One of the more cringey spots was Godfather mistiming a clothesline and hitting the referee, who didn’t go down since it wasn’t a spot. Buchanan was impressive with his springboards and dives, but that’s about it. Rough way to kick off WrestleMania 2000.

WWF Champion Triple H is backstage with his wife, WWF Women’s Champion Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley. Triple H talks about the McMahon-Helmsley Era putting on the biggest WrestleMania of all time. Stephanie says it doesn’t get better than this.

JR and Jerry “The King” Lawler talk about how relaxed Triple H and Stephanie appear heading into the main event of WrestleMania.

Footage is shown from earlier today of the referees talking about the rules of the 15 minute Hardcore Battle Royal. The title can change hands during the match, but the holder of the belt at the end of the 15 minutes will be the champion.

WWF Hardcore Championship – Hardcore Battle Royal
Tazz vs. Viscera vs. Pete Gas vs. Rodney vs. Joey Abs vs. Hardcore Holly vs. Taka Michinoku vs. Funaki vs. Thrasher vs. Mosh vs. Faarooq vs. Bradshaw vs. Crash Holly (c)

A big brawl breaks out in the ring and the 15 minutes begin. It quickly spills out of the ring. In the ring, Tazz hits a Tazzplex on Crash for the pin. Tazz is now the Hardcore Champion. Viscera picks Tazz up and drives him into the ring post before slamming him on the ground for the win. Viscera is the new Hardcore Champion. Hardcore Holly absolutely drills Crash with a cooling fan. Viscera grabs a cookie sheet and swings. The Mean Street Posse attack him with a wood plank. Crash is absolutely busted open. The Acolytes hit Viscera with a lead pipe, but he soon fights back with the cookie sheet.

Thrasher hits Hardcore Holly with a tennis racket. Viscera wipes out Pete Gas with the cooling fan. Bradshaw hits Rodney with a garbage can before slamming it on Gas. Viscera grabs Crash at ringside and picks him up with two hands by the neck. Viscera clubs away at Faarooq before hitting him with a garbage can. Bradshaw annihilates some people with the cookie sheet. The crowd is going crazy. Hardcore Holly takes Viscera down with a trash can lid for a two count. Mosh covers Viscera for another two count. We’ve got about 10 minutes remaining. Pete Gas is busted open from the box fan. Viscera punches Joey Abs away from him. Abs crushes Tazz with some cookie sheet shots. The Mean Street Posse are in the ring. Viscera gets in the ring and hits Thrasher with the cookie sheet. Viscera hits Rodney, Funaki, and Taka with the sheet. Mosh goes for a sleeper hold, but Viscera hits him with the sheet. Viscera goes to the top rope. Faarooq hits Funaki with the Dominator while Bradshaw hits Taka with a VICIOUS powerbomb. The Acolytes then slam Viscera off the top rope! Faarooq breaks a 2×4 off Viscera’s back before Bradshaw hits a diving shoulder block. Funaki jumps on Viscera, as does Taka and Mosh. Funaki is determined to be the new Hardcore Champion!

Kaientai celebrate for a moment before Taka punches Funaki down! We’ve got 7:30 left. Funaki runs up the aisle to escape, so the rest of the competitors chase him. Rodney attacks Funaki and is the new Hardcore Champion! Abs clotheslines Rodney before giving him a gutwrench suplex on the concrete for the win. Joey Abs is the Hardcore Champion! Thrasher drives a cart into Abs’ abs before plowing him into a garage door. Thrasher clotheslines him to become the Hardcore Champion. Viscera crushes Thrasher with a baking sheet. They fight back to the aisleway. Gas sprays Thrasher with a fire extinguisher to become the new Hardcore Champion. Tazz grabs Gas and sends him back to ringside. Tazz sends Gas into the ring post before hitting a t-bone suplex on the floor to become the new Hardcore Champion. Hardcore Holly kicked Tazz to break it up, but he no sold it and stayed on the cover.

Hardcore Holly grabs Tazz and sends him into the steel steps for a near fall. Hardcore Holly clubs Tazz, but Tazz fights back. Mosh hits Hardcore Holly with a baking sheet and splashes Tazz for a near fall at ringside. Mosh takes Tazz down again for a near fall. Hardcore Holly gets Tazz in the ring. The Holly Cousins double-team Tazz in the ring. We’ve got 3:00 left. Tazz goes for a takedown, but Hardcore Holly gets out. Tazz fights off the Holly Cousins and wipes Crash out with a trash can lid. Tazz tries to pin Crash despite not needing to pin anyone since he’s the champion. Less than 2:00 remain in this match. Tazz hits Crash with a Tazz-plex. Hardcore Holly sends Tazz into the ropes for a powerslam to pick up a near fall. Crash covers Tazz for a near fall. Hardcore Holly throws Crash out of the ring and dropkicks Tazz for a near fall. Tazz hits Holly with a northern lights suplex. Crash hits Tazz with a baking sheet twice to become the new Hardcore Champion. Tazz immediately applies the Tazzmission! The crowd roars. 10 seconds left. Hardcore Holly hits Tazz with a candy jar! Hardcore Holly covers Crash Holly and the referee inexplicably stops counting with one second remaining.

There’s mass confusion as obviously the finish got messed up. Crash Holly walks off with the Hardcore Championship, but Hardcore Holly is declared the winner and new champion despite the referee never counting the pin.

Winner by Pinfall and new WWF Hardcore Champion: Hardcore Holly

Mike’s Thoughts: What an absolute mess. 15 minutes of meaningless weapon shots, blood, and each member of the Mean Street Posse briefly winning the Hardcore Championship. Cap that off with a completely botched finish and you’ve got a hideous WrestleMania match. That box fan really messed Crash Holly and Pete Gas up. So much carnage for so little heat.

Video Package: WWF WrestleMania Axxess

Al Snow is in the bathroom talking to someone in a stall about making the greatest entrance in WrestleMania history. Steve Blackman walks in and asks what’s going on. Blackman doesn’t want anything stupid at WrestleMania. Snow says he wouldn’t do anything stupid. It’s WrestleMania. A toilet flushes, and Blackman wants to know who is in the stall. Snow says it’s no one. Blackman walks off. Snow looks into the stall and tells the person to knock it off… and light a match.

They show a closeup of Trish Stratus’ breasts before zooming out. She says it’s time to show WrestleMania some T & A.

Steve Blackman and Al Snow make their entrance. Snow introduces their new mascot: Chester McCheeserton. McCheeserton is a small man dressed as a block of cheese with two holes cut out in the back for his butt cheeks. Snow starts a “Let’s go Head Cheese” chant.

Head Cheese (Al Snow and Steve Blackman) w/ Chester McCheeserton vs. T & A (Test and Albert) w/ Trish Stratus

Test will start against Steve Blackman. Test shoves him to the corner, but Blackman thrust kicks him down. JR’s headset goes out almost immediately. Al Snow tags in and punches away at Test. Test reverses a whip and clotheslines him down. Albert tags in. T & A whips Snow to the corner. Test hits a big boot, and Albert covers. Blackman breaks up the pin. Snow punches Albert to the corner and clotheslines him down. Albert immediately gets up, and Snow hits an enzuigiri. Test breaks up the pin. Blackman tags in and punches away at Albert’s ribs. Albert reverses a whip, but he misses a clothesline. Blackman hits a shoulder block and punches him. Albert reverses a whip and shoulder blocks Blackman down. Blackman hits a leg sweep and Snow follows up with a slingshot leg drop. Snow drops Test out of the ring. Albert presses Snow up, but Blackman chop blocks him. Snow then dropkicks Test out of the ring. Snow and Blackman double clothesline Albert for a two count. Snow hits Albert with a suplex and kicks away at him. Snow knocks Test off the apron again. Snow and Blackman give Albert a double-team back elbow. Chester McCheeserton approaches Trish Stratus at ringside. Blackman hits Albert with a diving head-butt for a near fall. McCheeserton chases Stratus away. Blackman hits a head-butt to the groin and taunts the crowd. Snow tags in and hits a sledge to the spine. The crowd is silent for this match. Albert hits a double-arm suplex.

Test and Blackman tag in. Snow tags in and Test hits a sidewalk slam, but Blackman breaks it up. T & A hit Snow with a double-team powerbomb, but Blackman breaks it up. JR says this match is bowling shoe ugly. Snow hits an Asai Moonsault on Albert. Blackman and Snow hit a double-team backbreaker/diving leg drop combo on Test. Albert breaks up the pin. Albert hits Blackman with a scoop slam before slamming Test on him. Snow pulls Test out of the ring. Blackman thrust kicks Albert down again. Test throws Snow into the crowd. Albert hits a scoop slam, and Test hits a diving elbow drop for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: T & A (Test and Albert)

Blackman and Snow are disappointed in the ring. Snow grabs a microphone and says he’s sorry. Snow knows it was a stupid idea. Snow invites Chester McCheeserton into the ring and helps him in. Snow says it’s time to cut the cheese. Snow hits McCheeserton with the microphone before Blackman hits him with a bicycle kick. Blackman and Snow hit McCheeserton with a double-team backbreaker/diving leg drop combo.

Mike’s Thoughts: I take back everything I’ve ever said about any bad match I’ve ever recapped. This is the most god awful thing I’ve ever recapped. Chester McCheeserton… hideous. How was this on WrestleMania?

Mae Young is backstage with The Kat, who is obviously naked. Kat’s phone rings and this is basically just a bunch of teases of seeing Kat nude with Mae inadvertently covering her up.

The Dudley Boyz are backstage with Michael Cole. D-Von Dudley says the WWF is all about putting them at a disadvantage. D-Von hates ladders and heights, but they’ll keep the WWF Tag Team Championships. Bubba Ray Dudley says they’re taking the ladder match to a whole new level of violence. When the dust settles and they’re heading out with the Tag Titles around their waists, it’ll be then that the Edge and Christian and The Hardy Boyz realize thou shalt not… F with the Dudley Boyz!

WWF Tag Team Championship – Triangle Ladder Match
Edge and Christian vs. The Hardy Boyz vs. The Dudley Boyz (c’s)

As the Dudley Boyz are posing on the ladder, Edge and Christian blindside The Hardy Boyz. Edge and Christian attack The Dudley Boyz on the entrance way. All three teams are now brawling in the aisle. Christian has Matt in the ring and dropkicks him down. Matt quickly rolls out of the ring. Bubba sends Jeff into the ring steps. Edge hits Bubba with a spinning wheel kick in the ring. Bubba has Jeff in the ring and rips open his shirt to chop the chest. Bubba whips him to the opposite corner, but Jeff climbs the ropes and hits a corkscrew plancha. Bubba reverses a whip and hits a HUGE back body drop. Bubba follows up with a full nelson bomb. Christian gets a ladder in the ring and sets it up. Matt pulls Christian down and starts to climb, but Christian pulls him down. Edge punches D-Von in the ring, and Christian joins in. Matt bounces Bubba in the corner. All three teams are in the ring. Matt throws a ladder into Bubba’s face. The Hardy Boyz hit Poetry in Motion into the ladder on Bubba. D-Von shoves a ladder into Christian, and The Hardy Boyz clothesline Edge with the ladder. Matt scoop slams D-Von on the ladder. Matt then goes to the second rope and drops a ladder on him. D-Von gyrates in pain.

Jeff kicks Bubba and hits him with a DDT. Jeff sets Bubba up on a ladder and goes to the top rope. Jeff goes for a 450 splash, but Bubba moves and Jeff crashes into the ladder! Christian hits Matt with a reverse DDT while Bubba hits Jeff with a scoop slam. Bubba puts the ladder on top of Jeff and goes to the second rope for a senton bomb! Christian puts the ladder on top of Matt and stomps on the ladder. Edge climbs to the top rope and rides a ladder onto the ladder on top of Matt! D-Von scoop slams Edge and slams a ladder on him. D-Von goes to the second rope and drops a leg on the ladder on top of Edge!

Bubba gets up and puts the ladder on top of his head and starts doing the windmill to wipe out his fellow competitors. Bubba holds the ladder up in a trance before Edge and Christian double dropkick it into him. Edge and Christian send D-Von into the ropes and hit a double-team flapjack into a ladder leaning in the corner. Edge and Christian set a ladder up in the middle of the ring and push it over to the ropes. Christian goes to the top of the ladder and jumps off to the floor on Bubba and Matt! Wow! Jeff sets up the ladder in the middle of the ring, but Edge comes off the top rope with a spear to the mat!

Edge starts to climb the ladder, but Matt pulls him off and hits a Splash Mountain Bomb! Matt starts to climb the ladder, but D-Von cuts him off and flips him off the ladder. D-Von starts to climb, but Christian throws a ladder at him. Bubba gets in the ring and sets up a ladder next to his. Bubba low blows him and sets a third ladder up. Bubba climbs the ladder, grabs Christian, and hits a cutter off the ladder! Matt and Jeff Hardy move the two new ladders to the corner and clear the ring. They lay Bubba in the middle of the ring and hit a stereo diving leg drop/splash combo off the ladders. Christian grabs Jeff and throws him out of the ring. Jeff lands flat on his back at ringside. D-Von is climbing a ladder near the corner of the ring. Edge and Christian set up another ladder and hit D-Von with a double-team superplex off the ladders. Outside the ring, Matt sends Bubba into the steel steps.

The Hardy Boyz and Edge and Christian set ladders up side by side and start to climb. Jeff and Christian slam each other off the ladder. On the other side, Edge and Matt crash to the mat in a Russian Leg Sweep off the ladder. Bubba is in a trance and gets in the ring. Bubba repositions the ladders. The Dudley Boyz and Edge and Christian start climbing. The Hardy Boyz join them. Christian and Jeff are knocked off the ladder and over the top rope! Jeff lands flat on his back again! Bubba is knocked off the ladder and he bounces into the ropes before knocking the ladder over with Edge and Matt on it. They land on the top rope crotch first!

The Dudley Boyz get in the ring and sandwich Christian with two ladders. They soon hit Edge with a 3D! The Dudley Boyz go under the ring and grab some tables to a huge ovation. The Dudley Boyz set up two ladders and lay a table out across the top! They start to climb and are going to use the table as a platform. The Hardy Boyz pull them down. Bubba takes Matt down. D-Von knocks Jeff down. Bubba sets up a table in front of ladder/table bridge. Bubba sends Matt into the steel steps and sets up a table in front of the commentary table. Bubba pulls Matt on top of the commentary table and powerbombs Matt through it! Right before that, D-Von went for a diving head-butt through a table, but Jeff moved! Bubba grabs a ladder at ringside. Jeff tries to jump off the barricade onto him, but Bubba throws the ladder into him!

Bubba goes up the ramp and grabs a 20 foot ladder! Bubba sets it up on the aisleway before setting up a table in front of it. Bubba drags Jeff to the table and punches him onto it. Christian comes over and crushes Bubba with the ring bell, laying him on the table. Jeff sends Christian headfirst into the ladder and takes off his shirt. Jeff climbs to the top of the 20 foot ladder and poses. Jeff then leaps off with a Swanton Bomb on Bubba through the table! Wow! They show multiple replays of this amazing moment.

Back to live action, D-Von hits Christian with an electric chair drop. Matt gets in the ring and hits D-Von with a Twist of Fate. Matt and Christian climb opposite ladders. Edge soon climbs up behind Matt. Christian and Matt are on the ladder bridge punching away at each other. Matt grabs for the WWF Tag Team Titles, but Edge pushes Matt off the bridge through the table in the ring! Edge and Christian then grab the WWF Tag Team Championship belts to win the titles for the first time!

Winners and new WWF Tag Team Champions: Edge and Christian

Edge and Christian celebrate with the WWF Tag Team Championships and leave through the crowd.

Mike’s Thoughts: What a match. This was a crazy car wreck, but somehow it all made sense. So much great action in this. This was really the kickoff of a series of tremendous weapons matches with these three teams, culminating in the first ever TLC match (and the many to follow). Awesome to watch all six of these guys so young and making themselves into legends. Definitely career shortening stuff, but it was killer. This definitely picked up this show because it has been awful so far.

Kevin Kelly is backstage with Mick Foley and Linda McMahon. Linda says she’s happy to have Foley in the main event and tells him to go get it. Foley says judging from the Triangle Ladder Match, no one is holding anything back. It is the biggest show in this year and this is the biggest year in the WWF’s history. This is the biggest match in the history of the WWF and certainly his career. Thanks to Linda McMahon, he gets a second chance to make a last impression. Foley wants people talking about this match for the next 10 years. Tonight, is like a fairy tale for him. So, for Triple H, Rock, and Big Show, fairy tales can come true, they can happen to you… BUT IT WON’T. Tonight, fairy tales will come true for him. BANG-BANG!

JR and Lawler continue to put over the Triangle Ladder Match and show more highlights from it.

Howard Finkel starts introducing the Catfight Match. To win, you must throw your opponent out of the ring. Jerry Lawler is beside himself with glee.

Val Venis makes his way to the ring to referee the match. Venis’ towel has the referee zebra stripes on it. Venis says, “Helloooo ladies!” The Big Valbowski and WrestleMania have a lot in common. They’re both the single largest extravaganza of all time and get your blood pumping. The only difference is that while WrestleMania comes only once a year, The Big Valbowski comes every single night!

Catfight Match
Terri w/ The Fabulous Moolah vs. The Kat w/ Mae Young

Special Guest Referee: Val Venis

Terri is trying to flirt with Val Venis to garner favors from him. The bell rings, and Terri and The Kat argue. The Kat shoves her, so Terri takes her down. Venis pulls Terri off her. Terri kisses him, and Venis passionately kisses her back. The Kat walks up and kisses Venis as well. Terri pulls The Kat’s hair and throws her. The Kat gets up and spears her. Mae Young gets on the apron and is trying to show her “puppies,” but Venis stops her. The Kat throws Terri out of the ring, but Venis doesn’t see. Moolah puts Terri back in the ring. Terri attacks The Kat. Mae Young angrily circles the ring and chases Moolah inside. Venis gets Moolah out of the ring. Mae Young grabs Terri by the hair, so Venis pulls her off. Mae Young then begins to kiss Venis! Venis struggles to get her off him. The Kat throws Terri out of the ring again, but Venis is sidetracked with Mae. Moolah pulls Kat out of the ring and puts Terri in. Venis finally gets away and sees Terri standing in the ring.

Winner: Terri

Young attacks Moolah from behind and cracks Terri in the neck. Young tells Moolah to suck it and hits her with a Bronco Buster! The Kat gets in the ring and rips Terri’s tights off, showcasing a skin colored thong. Moolah pulls Young away and covers Terri up. Terri and Moolah run off.

Mike’s Thoughts: Simply hideous, though I am ashamed to say when Mae Young kissed Val Venis and then gave Moolah the Bronco Buster… I was laughing my butt off.

The Radicalz are talking backstage. Dean Malenko is talking about how they have to break the legs of Too Cool. Malenko asks if Eddie is with them. Eddie Guerrero says he’s going to lay all his Latino Heat on her. Perry Saturn says Eddie isn’t the only good looking guy in the group.

We see Chyna backstage, and she’s disgusted by Guerrero. Brian Christopher says they’ll take care of him.

6 Person Intergender Tag Team Match
The Radicalz (WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko, Eddie Guerrero, and Perry Saturn) vs. Chyna and Too Cool (Scotty 2 Hotty and Grand Master Sexay)

Eddie Guerrero winks and blows kisses at Chyna before throwing his shirt to her. It’ll be Eddie Guerrero starting against Scotty 2 Hotty. Guerrero cannot stop staring at Chyna. Guerrero kicks Scotty and applies a side headlock. Scotty whips him off, but Guerrero shoulder blocks him. Guerrero hits the ropes, but Scotty leapfrogs him and hits a monkey flip. Scotty follows up with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker followed by a moonwalk. Chyna tags in, and Guerrero quickly retreats and tags Dean Malenko in. Chyna goes for a kick, but Malenko blocks it. Malenko spins her, but Chyna comes back with a clothesline. Malenko soon kicks her and goes for a powerbomb, but Scotty clotheslines him down. Grand Master Sexay tags in and hits Malenko with a double-team suplex with Chyna. Sexay dances, and Chyna follows suit. Sexay dances some more and goes for a clothesline. Malenko runs into a back elbow. Sexay hits him with a scoop slam. Guerrero tags in, so Sexay hits him with a back suplex. Sexay goes to the top rope and puts his goggles on. Malenko distracts the referee, and Perry Saturn throws Sexay off the top rope.

Guerrero hits Sexay with a low dropkick and clubs him. Saturn tags in and punches Sexay down. Saturn tags his durag and puts it on before stomping away at him. Saturn and Malenko hit a double-team clothesline before Guerrero tags in. Guerrero connects with a suplex before tossing the durag out of the ring. Guerrero sends him into the ropes, but Sexay takes him down and tags Scotty in. Scotty charges, but Guerrero hits a hot shot into the top rope! Guerrero stares at Chyna. Guerrero hits a belly-to-back suplex and connects with a slingshot senton. Guerrero taunts Scotty, and Sexay gets fired up. The referee stops Sexay from getting into the ring. Guerrero attacks Chyna and drives her headfirst into the ring post! Scotty punches away at Guerrero. Sexay then grabs Guerrero and suplexes him out of the ring to the floor!

Scotty fights back at Saturn and Malenko. Sexay superkicks Malenko, and Scotty hits Saturn with a facebuster. Scotty gets fired up and hops around. W-O-R-M! Double Worm on Malenko and Saturn! Guerrero runs in, but Scotty punches him down. Guerrero retreats to the referee for protection. The referee keeps Chyna back. Outside, Malenko andn Saturn run Scotty into the crowd. Guerrero uppercuts Scotty and tags Saturn in. Saturn superkicks Scotty down and goes to the top rope. Saturn hits a diving elbow drop and tags Guerrero in. Guerrero goes to the top rope, but Scotty crotches him up there. Scotty connects with a superplex on Guerrero and both men are down. Chyna tags in, and she double clotheslines Saturn and Malenko as they run in. She scoop slams them both, and Guerrero is running away from her. Chyna hits Saturn and Malenko with handspring back elbows before low blowing them! Guerrero attacks Chyna from behind and goes for a powerbomb, but Chyna gets out. Chyna’s pants rip. Chyna hits a powerbomb. She sends Guerrero into the ropes and grabs him by the crotch. Guerrero screams in pain. Chyna then press slams him! Chyna applies a sleeper hold and hits a sleeper slam for the win!

Winners by Pinfall: Chyna and Too Cool (Scotty 2 Hotty and Grand Master Sexay)

Mike’s Thoughts: Actually, a pretty good match, which shouldn’t be surprising considering the Radicalz were having to carry the brunt of it. The action with The Radicalz and Too Cool was good. The stuff with Chyna was weak, as it always was throughout her career, but her interactions with Guerrero were great and her handspring back elbows were super crisp. Guerrero was so damn good.

Video Package: WWF flies Bridget and Chris Binder out to WrestleMania from Allentown, Pennsylvania on their private plane.

Bridget and Chris Binder are shown at ringside celebrating.

We go backstage to see The Big Show standing there. Shane McMahon says their era begins tonight. Big Show will become the new WWF Heavyweight Champion. Big Show says The Most Electrifying Man gets unplugged. Mick Foley will be retired… for good. As for Triple H, it’s game over.

Footage is shown from Sunday Night HeAT with Kurt Angle realizing it was Bob Backlund’s idea for him to put both titles on the line. Angle choked him out with the Crossface Chickenwing.

WWF Intercontinental and European Champion Kurt Angle is backstage. He says he’s the Euro-Continental Champion. This is his first WrestleMania and he’s excited. Angle asks the security guard to give him extra security after he wins and celebrates in the crowd. If he does this, Angle will sign some autographs for his kids.

Both titles will be on the line in this two-fall triple threat match. The first fall will be for the Intercontinental Championship. The second fall will be for the European Championship.

Chris Jericho makes his entrance. Jericho welcomes the crowd to WrestleMania is Jericho. Y2J has waited his whole life for this moment, as have the Jerichoholics. Jericho can’t guarantee he’ll walk out with both titles or even one. He can guarantee he will walk out as the true Ayatollah of Rock and Rolla. He can also guarantee that Kirk Angel and Mr. Roboto will walk out with bumps, bruises, and a shirt that says, “I visited Anaheim and all I got was this lousy t-shirt and a Y2J beating that I will never… EVER forget AGAIN!”

WWF Intercontinental and European Championship
Two-Fall Triple Threat Match
Chris Jericho vs. Chris Benoit vs. Kurt Angle (c)

Chris Benoit attacks Kurt Angle as he makes his entrance. The bell rings, and Benoit puts Angle in the ring. Jericho sends Angle into the ropes, but Angle reverses it. Jericho punches Angle down and clotheslines Benoit. Jericho chops Angle and sends him into the ropes for a clothesline. Jericho quickly punches away at Benoit, but Angle attacks him. Jericho sends him into the ropes and hits a back elbow. Benoit runs in and chops Jericho before sending him sternum-first into the corner. Benoit goes for a back suplex, but Jericho flips through and lands on his feet before dropkicking Benoit shoulder-first into the ring post. Angle attacks Jericho, but Jericho reverses a whip and hits a dropkick. Angle rolls to the apron to recover, so Jericho goes for a springboard dropkick. Before he can hit it, Benoit pulls Jericho’s feet out. Benoit attacks Angle on the apron, but Jericho comes back with a springboard dropkick that knocks Benoit and Angle off the apron.

Jericho hits Benoit with a baseball slide and charges Angle at ringside, but Angle hits a nasty flapjack on the steel steps. Angle hits a belly-to-belly suplex, but Benoit breaks up the pin. Benoit levels Angle with a punch, sends him into the ropes, and hits a clothesline. Jericho breaks up the pin and chops away at Jericho. Jericho clubs Angle and hits a double underhook backbreaker. Jericho goes to the top rope, but Benoit shoves him off into the commentary table! Benoit hits Angle with a snap suplex for a near fall. Benoit hits a stiff back suplex for another near fall. Benoit chops Angle to the corner, but Jericho comes in and dropkicks him. Jericho has a whip to the corner reversed by Angle. Jericho goes to the second rope and hits Angle with a missile dropkick, but Benoit breaks up the pin with an elbow drop. Benoit hits a backbreaker on Jericho, but Angle breaks it up. Angle hits Benoit with a suplex for a near fall. Angle punches Jericho to the corner, but Jericho punches back. Jericho sends him into the ropes, kicks him, and hits a facebuster. Jericho covers for a two count. Benoit attacks Jericho and viciously chops his chest. Benoit head-butts Jericho. Angle comes in and hits Benoit with a back suplex and covers. Jericho breaks up the pin with an elbow drop off the second rope. Jericho applies a camel clutch to Benoit before letting go to hit Angle. Jericho hits Angle with a nice suplex and Benoit makes the cover for a two count. Jericho stomps Benoit before Angle punches away at him. Jericho big boots Angle back, but Angle comes back with a nice double underhook belly-to-belly suplex for a near fall. Benoit attacks Angle with some punches before whipping him into Jericho. Jericho counters with a roll-up, but Benoit sits on Jericho’s shoulders. Angle breaks up the pin with a dropkick.

Angle kicks Jericho in the midsection and gets out of a double underhook backbreaker. Angle then applies the crossface chickenwing to Jericho. The referee checks on Jericho’s arms, and he appears to be fading. Benoit dropkicks Angle in the head and throws him outside before sending him into the front row. Benoit goes to the top rope and hits Jericho with a diving head-butt to win the first fall!

Winner of Fall One and new WWF Intercontinental Champion: Chris Benoit

Angle angrily gets in the ring and hits Benoit before he covers Jericho to win the European Championship. The European Championship is now on the line. Angle gives Benoit a suplex and picks up a two count. Angle hits a scoop slam on Benoit and goes to the top rope. Jericho sweeps Angle’s feet and crotches him on the top rope. Jericho climbs the ropes, but Benoit crotches Jericho behind Angle. Benoit hits Jericho with a back superplex, but he hurts his own neck on the landing. Angle goes for a moonsault on Benoit, but Benoit moves!

All three men are down. Angle slowly rolls over and covers Benoit for a two count. Jericho then covers Angle for a two count. Jericho takes Angle down and applies the Walls of Jericho, but Benoit breaks it up with a clothesline. Benoit sends Jericho into the ropes and turns him inside out with a knee to the midsection. Angle punches Benoit and hits a big scoop slam. Angle punches away at Jericho in the corner and whips him across the ring. Jericho avoids a clothesline from Benoit, clotheslines Angle, and hits Benoit with a spinning heel kick. Jericho hits a pair of powerbombs on Angle and covers but gets up when Benoit gets in the ring. Benoit hits a trio of German Suplexes, but Angle breaks up the pin. Benoit goes for a German Suplex on Angle, but he fights it. Benoit hits a dragon suplex, but Angle over-rotates and has his shoulders up while the referee counts the near fall. Jericho chops away at Benoit. Benoit reverses a whip and drops down, causing Jericho to hit referee Tim White with a flying forearm. Benoit takes Jericho down and applies a Crippler Crossface. Jericho taps out, but the referee is down. Jericho applies the Walls of Jericho to Benoit, and Benoit taps out, but still the referee is down. Angle hits Jericho with the Intercontinental Championship to break up the Walls of Jericho. Angle covers Jericho and Tim White comes to, but Benoit pulls Jericho out of the ring. Benoit and Angle trade vicious punches before Benoit hits a back suplex. Benoit goes to the top rope for a diving head-butt, but Angle moves. Jericho quickly hits Benoit with the Lionsault for the win!

Winner of Fall Two and new WWF European Champion: Chris Jericho

Kurt Angle is absolutely furious over losing both his championships despite never being pinned for either of them. Benoit celebrates with the Intercontinental Championship while Jericho celebrates with the European Championship. Angle is absolutely irate in the ring. Angle shouts, “That is wrong, man!”

Mike’s Thoughts: This match should have been awesome. It should have been an all-time great WrestleMania wrestling match considering the three guys involved… but this was missing something in a big way. There was no heat, there were clunky moments, no flow to it… just a mess. I haven’t seen this match in years (close to 18 probably) and I don’t remember it being this poor. It was the first WrestleMania for all three guys. Particularly with Angle, who only debuted at Survivor Series 1999, maybe they were all feeling the butterflies? Either way it was off. Still a good match, but you know it could have and probably should have been better.

Michael Cole is backstage with Vince McMahon. Will he be a factor in the match tonight? McMahon says he’s always a factor wherever he is. The Rock is very confident about becoming WWF Champion tonight at WrestleMania and is confident whether McMahon is in his corner or not. Will the other three McMahon family members be factors? McMahon says he’s heard that his family is dysfunctional… he guaranteed to make things right at WrestleMania.

Elsewhere backstage, Triple H is talking with Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley. Triple H says it’s not about what’s right or wrong. It’s about who is the best. Tonight, he’ll prove it to the world and show that he is The Game and the World Wrestling Federation Champion. He is that damn good.

DX make their entrance to their new music by Run DMC. Road Dogg gets in the ring and does the entrance hype for them.

D-Generation X (Road Dogg and X-Pac) w/ Tori vs. Rikishi and Kane w/ Paul Bearer

Jerry Lawler knocks off a classic line about Rikishi saying, “When he sits down, chairs beg for mercy.” Jim Ross says Rikishi “will back that ass up.”

At ringside, Paul Bearer and Tori get into it. Bearer tells her to go to hell, and she slaps him. Bearer backs her up and starts to (sort of) chase her. Kane gets out of the ring and grabs Tori by the throat. In the ring, DX double-teams Rikishi. X-Pac gets out of the ring and attacks Kane. In the ring, Rikishi hits Road Dogg with an avalanche and hits a Stinkface! Tori gets in the ring, and Rikishi scares her back. Rikishi sets up for a Stinkface on Tori, but DX pulls her out. DX goes to leave the match, but Kane and X-Pac stop them. Kane uppercuts X-Pac down on the ramp. Rikishi grabs Road Dogg and brings him back to the ring. X-Pac floors Rikishi with a spin kick as he gets in the ring. X-Pac hits a spinning heel kick on Rikishi and hits a Bronco Buster. Road Dogg tags in and hits Rikishi with Shake, Rattle, and Roll. Rikishi doesn’t go down, so Road Dogg hits a running forearm to take him down. Road Dogg connects with a Shake, Rattle, and Knee Drop for a two count.

X-Pac tags in and kicks Rikishi in the face. X-Pac kicks away at Rikishi, but Rikishi comes back with a flapjack neckbreaker. Kane tags in and clotheslines Road Dogg before giving X-Pac a big boot. Kane hits Road Dogg with a big boot before hitting X-Pac with a back body drop. Kane clotheslines X-Pac out of the ring and clotheslines X-Pac in the corner. Kane looks at Rikishi, who comes in the ring to give X-Pac a Stinkface, but he gets out of the ring. Road Dogg runs in, but Rikishi superkicks him. Paul Bearer then shoves Tori in the ring! Kane grabs her by the throat and shoves her into the corner. Rikishi then gives Tori a Stinkface! Bearer gleefully watches. Kane follows up with a Tombstone Piledriver on X-Pac for the win!

Winners by Pinfall: Rikishi and Kane

Too Cool runs down to the ring and get the crowd pumped up for a dance. All of a sudden, the San Diego Chicken gets in the ring. Kane looks at the chicken. Last year, Pete Rose was wearing the outfit. Rikishi goes to walk off on the dance, but Grand Master Sexay pulls out his yellow sunglasses. Too Cool, Rikishi, and the San Diego Chicken do their dance.

After the dance is over, Kane grabs the chicken and powers him to the corner. All of a sudden, Pete Rose runs in the ring with a baseball bat. Rikishi stops Rose from swinging. Kane grabs Rose and gives him a Chokeslam! Bearer does the DX crotch chop to Rose after! Rikishi tosses the bat to Kane and has Too Cool put Rose in the corner. Rikishi then gives MLB’s all-time hit king a Stinkface! Kane sets his pyro off in the corners, and they all leave the ring.

Mike’s Thoughts: Not much of a match. Just seemed all about making sure Tori got the Stinkface and they worked Pete Rose in. The Pete Rose gag was fun. Wish they kept that going.

Kevin Kelly is backstage with The Rock. The Rock silences Kelly and listens to the LOUD ovation he is getting from the crowd. 12 months ago, after every interview, backstabbing, win, and loss. After every Chokeslam, Mandible Claw, and Pedigree… The Rock says this… if he could do it all again, he would say, “Finally, The Rock has come back to WrestleMania!” It’s not about the glitz and the glamor, the McMahon family saga, Mick Foley’s final match, or The Big Show. It’s about the WWF Championship. If he has an ounce of sweat to spill or blood to drop, he’ll do what he does best and layeth the smacketh down on their candy asses. The Rock says he’ll do it for the millions… AND MILLIONS of The Rock’s fans. The People’s Champion says tonight is the night.

Michael Clarke Duncan is shown hyped up at ringside. Martin Short is also at ringside.

WWF Championship – Fatal Four Way Elimination Match
Mick Foley w/ Linda McMahon vs. The Big Show w/ Shane McMahon vs. The Rock w/ Vince McMahon vs. Triple H (c) w/ WWF Women’s Champion Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley

The bell rings, and Foley zeroes in on Triple H, the man who retired him initially at No Way Out in February. Big Show and Rock go at it. Foley clotheslines Triple H and forearms away at him in the corner. Foley backs up and hits a running knee in the corner. Big Show chops The Rock, but Rock turns him around and punches away at him. Big Show quickly spins Rock and chokes him with his boot. Big Show then explodes and hits Triple H and Foley with a double clothesline. Big Show attacks Rock and hits Foley with a scoop slam. Big Show then throws Triple H across the ring. Big Show sends The Rock into the ropes and presses him up for a slam. Big Show sends Triple H into the ropes for a press slam as well! Big Show grabs Foley and head-butts him before digging a knee into the face of The Rock. Foley jumps on Big Show’s back and rips at the face. Big Show then falls back and CRUSHES Foley with an avalanche.

The Rock punches back at Big Show, but Big Show reverses a whip and hits a sidewalk slam. Big Show goes to give Triple H a Showstopper, but Foley low blows him. Foley and Triple H team up to punch away at Big Show. The Rock joins in, and they triple-team The Big Show. Triple H goes for a clothesline, but Big Show doesn’t go down. Foley tries for the same result. Finally, The Rock hits the ropes and clotheslines Big Show. The Rock, Triple H, and Mick Foley stomp away at Big Show before Triple H turns on Foley. Foley hits Triple H with a Cactus Jack clothesline over the top rope. In the ring, Big Show big boots Rock down. Foley hits Triple H in the ribs with a steel chair at ringside. The Rock hits the ropes, but Shane McMahon grabs his feet. Shane gets on the apron, but The Rock punches him down. The Big Show hits the ropes, but Foley hits him in the back with the steel chair. The Rock hits Big Show with the Rock Bottom for the elimination!

The Big Show has been eliminated from the match.

The crowd reacts HUGE to the elimination. It’s down to Triple H, The Rock, and Mick Foley. The Big Show shouts at Vince McMahon that this is not over. Stephanie gleefully waves goodbye to her brother. The McMahon family dysfunction is on full display.

Triple H tries to convince Mick Foley to team with him against The Rock. Foley declines. Triple H tries to get The Rock to team with him, and he seemingly accepts. The Rock then blindsides Triple H, and The Rock ‘N’ Sock Connection double-team Triple H! They take turns punching Triple H, who is staggering around the ring. The Rock then takes Triple H down. Rock and Foley send Triple H into the ropes for a double-team clothesline. Foley sends Triple H out of the ring and sends Rock after him. Triple H fights back at Rock, but Foley stops the momentum. Foley reverses a whip into the steps, and Rock clotheslines Triple H down. Foley tosses the ring bell to Rock and holds Triple H up. Triple H ducks, and Rock accidentally hits Foley with the bell. Triple H attacks Rock and sends him into the ring steps.

Triple H drops Rock on the barricade and taunts him. Foley all of a sudden emerges with a 2×4 wrapped in barbed wire! Triple H gets in the ring and looks terrified. Foley goes for a shot, but Triple H drops down and low blows Foley. Triple H hits Foley in the midsection with the barbed wire. Rock cuts off Triple H and punches away at him. Triple H sends him into the ropes and over the top rope. Foley quickly hits Triple H with a kick and a Double Arm DDT! Foley then pulls Mr. Socko out! Foley applies the Mandible Claw to Triple H! The Rock gets in the ring, and Foley pushes Triple H into a clothesline from The Rock. The Rock sets up for the People’s Elbow, but Foley blindsides The Rock with the Mandible Claw! The crowd loudly boos Foley. Triple H comes up and gives them a double low blow.

All three men are down. A LOUD “Rocky” chant picks up. Triple H punches away at The Rock, but The Rock turns him around before hitting a clothesline. Foley then clotheslines The Rock down for a near fall. Vince McMahon puts a chair in the ring. Foley punches away at The Rock, but Rock reverses a whip into the corner. Foley connects with a Double Arm DDT… but Rock kicks out! Vince McMahon lets out a sigh of relief. Foley grabs the chair, but Rock boots the chair into his face. Foley tries to reverse a whip, but Rock counters with a DDT. Triple H breaks up the pin. Triple H clotheslines The Rock, and Foley says he wants it to be him and Triple H in the finals. Foley and Triple H double-team The Rock. Triple H punches The Rock in the midsection, and Foley follows up with a knee lift for a near fall. Triple H and Foley hit a double-team suplex on Rock. Triple H drops a knee for a two count. Foley punches Rock out of the ring and clubs him at ringside. The Rock reverses a whip and sends Foley into the steps. The Rock chokes Triple H with a cable at ringside, but Foley comes over with the steel steps and hits Rock in the head with them. Stephanie and Linda get into it at ringside. Triple H punches The Rock onto the commentary table and tells Foley to elbow drop him. Foley goes to the second turnbuckle and leaps off for an elbow drop, but he comes up way short and hits the table with his ribs before crashing to the floor! Yikes! Triple H then tries to save it by giving Rock an elbow drop, but the table won’t break. Triple H tries again and the table finally breaks.

Triple H and Foley get in the ring, and Triple H turns on him. Triple H connects with a Pedigree, but Foley kicks out! Triple H grabs the steel chair and hits Foley in the side of the head with it. Triple H hits Foley with a Pedigree on the steel chair and covers him to end Foley’s career.

Mick Foley has been eliminated from the match.

The crowd gives Foley a standing ovation as he walks off with Linda McMahon. Foley then turns around and grabs the barbed wire 2×4. Foley then nails Triple H in the head with the barbed wire, lets out a “BANG-BANG,” and leaves the ring to a huge ovation. Rock slowly crawls in the ring and covers Triple H for a near fall.

The final two are Triple H and The Rock. The Rock punches away at Triple H and takes him down. Rock sidesteps a clothesline and clotheslines Triple H over the top rope. The Rock drags Triple H up the ramp and punches him. Triple H goes for a suplex, but Rock reverses it on the floor. Rock sends Triple H into the steel structure forming the stage and clotheslines him. Rock drags Triple H through the crowd and gives him a back body drop back to ringside. Rock bounces Triple H off the timekeeper’s table. Rock grabs the steel steps, but Triple H hits them with a chair to knock them into The Rock. Triple H then slams the chair on the steel steps a few times. Triple H pulls Rock over and gives him a piledriver on the steel steps. JR screams to stop the match. Triple H gets The Rock in the ring, but The Rock kicks out.

The Rock starts to punch back at Triple H. Triple H reverses a whip, but The Rock comes back with a Rock Bottom attempt. Triple H gets out and goes for a Pedigree, but Rock gives him a back body drop to the floor! Triple H lands hard! The Rock punches Triple H back into the crowd. Triple H fights back and clotheslines him over the barricade. Rock reverses a whip into the barricade and hits him with a spinebuster on the floor. The Rock clears the second commentary table and hits Triple H with a suplex through it. Triple H crawls away, so Rock follows. Triple H gives him a drop-toe-hold on the steel steps. Vince all of a sudden attacks Triple H and sends him into the ring post. Shane McMahon sneaks back to ringside and attacks his father before driving him into one of the commentary table monitors. Shane punches Vince down, grabs another monitor, and cracks him in the head with the monitor. Stephanie looks shocked. Vince angrily gets up and punches Shane a few times. Vince has a trickle of blood coming down from his scalp. Shane low blows Vince and cracks him in the head with a steel chair! Michael Clarke Duncan gets in Shane’s face, and Shane dekes him back! Duncan is furious! Vince is helped to the back.

The Rock punches away at Triple H in the corner. Rock connects with a DDT for a near fall. Rock hits a tilt-a-whirl powerslam for another near fall. Shane sizes Rock up from ringside. Rock sends Triple H into the ropes, but he lowers his head and takes a facebuster. Triple H then hits The Rock with the barbed wire 2×4! Shane gets in the ring and waits forever for The Rock to catapult Triple H into him. The Rock hits Triple H with the Rock Bottom, but he’s too hurt to cover him. Vince all of a sudden runs down to ringside and attacks Shane before punching him over the top rope. Vince grabs the steel chair and pretends like he’s going to attack Triple H, but he hits The Rock in the head instead! Stephanie is stunned. Triple H covers, but The Rock kicks out. Vince grabs the chair again and hits Rock with it. Triple H covers and finally picks up the pin.

Winner by Pinfall and still WWF Champion: Triple H

The crowd angrily throws garbage in the ring and hits Vince McMahon in the back with a soda. Vince and Stephanie embrace in the ring. Shane gets in the ring looking very pained. Vince says his son busted him open and talks some sense into him.

The Rock angrily gets in the ring and hits Shane with a Rock Bottom. The Rock punches away at Vince and hits him with a Rock Bottom! The Rock makes eye contact with Stephanie, who is checking on her father. Stephanie gets in The Rock’s face and slaps him in the face! The Rock gives her a Rock Bottom to a HUGE ovation. Triple H gets on the apron, but The Rock punches him off. The Rock then hits Stephanie McMahon with a People’s Elbow to loud applause. The Rock leaves the ring triumphantly.

Trainers help The McMahons to their feet. Vince looks to be in a lot of pain. Vince is furious as he looks at his daughter laying in the ring. Referees help Vince to the back.

Video Package: WrestleMania 2000 highlights

Mike’s Thoughts: This main event stunk. It dragged something fierce and went way too long. When it came down to The Rock and Triple H, you’d think it would be nuclear heat. It was silence. The crowd was mostly dead throughout the match. The Mick Foley retirement was ok, but the No Way Out moment was way more special. If you haven’t ever seen that, get on the WWE Network and watch No Way Out 2000. The ending with the McMahon Family reuniting stunk then and it still stinks now.

A poor ending to what is one of the worst WrestleMania shows of all time. It’s the only WrestleMania without a traditional singles match (the Catfight was anything but traditional). Heels seemed to dominate all night with only three matches ending with a face on top (though one was a two-fall match where the heel also won a fall). It’s a break from the tradition and goes to show why breaking the tradition isn’t always for the best. Change for the sake of change is empty. This concept of no singles matches and heels winning didn’t work. The video game on N64 was so good. You’d think this would have been a good show as well, especially at the height of the WWF’s Attitude Era. Oh well.

What did you think of this show? Did you watch it live? Were you actually there? Let me know in the comments section. See you for the next retro recap where we’ll finish up the WrestleMania section with the classic WrestleMania X-Seven.

Quick Match Results

— The Big Boss Man and Bull Buchanan def. The Godfather and D’Lo Brown
— Hardcore Holly won a Hardcore Battle Royal for the WWF Hardcore Championship
— T & A (Test and Albert) def. Head Cheese (Al Snow and Steve Blackman)
— Edge and Christian def. The Hardy Boyz and The Dudley Boyz in a Triangle Ladder Match to win the WWF Tag Team Championship
— Terri def. The Kat in a Catfight Match
— Chyna and Too Cool (Scotty 2 Hotty and Grand Master Sexay) def. The Radicalz (WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko, Eddie Guerrero, and Perry Saturn)
— Chris Benoit def. Chris Jericho and Kurt Angle in fall one of a Two-Fall Triple Threat Match to win the WWF Intercontinental Championship
— Chris Jericho def. Chris Benoit and Kurt Angle in fall two of a Two-Fall Triple Threat Match to win the WWF European Championship
— Rikishi and Kane def. D-Generation X (Road Dogg and X-Pac)
— Triple H def. The Rock, Mick Foley, and The Big Show in a Fatal Four Way Elimination Match to retain the WWF Championship

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