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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.64
For the sake of clarity, I'm putting together a fancy WrestleMania XXI Preview Thread. Yep.


WRESTLEMANIA XXI
LIVE Sunday April 3rd, 2005 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California

Commentary by Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler (RAW), Michael Cole & Tazz (Smackdown) and Carlos Cabrera & Hugo Savinovich (en espanol). Ring announcing by Howard Finkle (RAW) & Tony Chimel (Smackdown). [7th Mania for Ross/Lawler as a team. 9th overall for JR, 11th for Lawler. 3rd Mania for Cole/Tazz team, 4th overall for Cole. 6th Mania for Carlos y Hugo. 3rd Mania for Chimel, 21st for Finkle.]

CONFIRMED:
World Heavyweight Championship Match:
TRIPLE H [Greenwich, CT; 6'4", 260 lbs; 10th Mania (5-4)] vs. BATISTA [Washington, DC; 6'5", 317 lbs; 2nd Mania (1-0)]
BACKGROUND: Triple H aligned with Ric Flair in September 2002. Batista debuted on RAW in October of that year and aligned himself with Flair (and HHH). Randy Orton joined the group in January 2004 and Evolution was born. The foursome dominated the WWE for awhile, but turned on Orton when he won the World Title in August 2004. Orton later told Batista that Triple H would turn on him too, once he became a threat. Batista stayed loyal to HHH...but a turn was teased during the build-up to Survivor Series when it was revealed to us (on the November 8th RAW) that he wanted the World Title. He got his chance at New Year's Revolution, dominating the Elimination Chamber but getting eliminated when Triple H let him get pinned by Randy Orton, then took advantage of Batista's attack on Orton to regain the World Title. Batista won the Royal Rumble and got a choice of who to face at WrestleMania. After weeks of conniving and deception by Triple H, "The Animal" chose to face him at WrestleMania XXI and finally turned on Evolution. Triple H claims that Batista is disloyal and wouldn't be anywhere if not for him. Batista's aiming to become "The Man" and has to beat Triple H to do just that. At WrestleMania XXI, the Animal will be unleashed. Can Triple H survive his protege's challenge, or will it be Game Over?

WWE Heavyweight Championship Match:
JOHN "BRADSHAW" LAYFIELD [New York, NY; 6'6", 290 lbs; 7th Mania (1-5)] vs. JOHN CENA [West Newbury, MA; 6'1", 240 lbs; 2nd Mania (1-0)]
BACKGROUND: Layfield won the WWE Title in June 2004. Ever since, he's managed to retain his title by hook or crook, typically with help from his Cabinet (The Basham Brothers & Orlando Jordan). On the flip side, John Cena has been just about unstoppable during the last year. He was a fighting US Champion for just about the entire year, never losing the title cleanly and regaining it quickly the two times he lost it during 2004. Cena nearly won the Royal Rumble, but was eliminated last by Batista. Nevertheless, Cena won the tournament for the WrestleMania WWE Title Shot and drew the ire of JBL and his Cabinet. After delivering a heated promo on why he hates Cena, JBL helped Jordan win Cena's US Title on the March 3rd Smackdown. They're polar opposites: an evil cowboy stockbroker and a sassy white rapper. The only thing they have in common is their desire to be WWE Champion. At WrestleMania XXI, something's got to give.

Interpromotional Match:
KURT ANGLE [Pittsburgh, PA; 6'2", 220 lbs; 6th Mania (2-3)] vs. SHAWN MICHAELS [San Antonio, TX; 6'1", 225 lbs; 12th Mania (5-6)]
BACKGROUND: Shawn Michaels eliminated Kurt Angle from the Royal Rumble. Angle got mad, snuck back into the Rumble, eliminated Michaels, and beat the hell out of him. A few weeks later, Michaels realized (during a conversation with Randy Orton) that he had no WrestleMania plans, so he told visiting Smackdown GM Theodore Long to relay a challenge to Kurt Angle. Angle recieved the challenge on Smackdown, then attacked Michaels on the following edition of RAW following Michaels' victory over Edge. Then Michaels showed up on Smackdown and attacked Angle. On the March 7th RAW, Kurt Angle claimed that if he had gone to the WWE instead of the Olympics in 1996, he would've shattered HBK's records. Instead, he feels his Olympic achievements were overshadowed by HBK. Now it's payback time. Angle has pledged to do everything Michaels has done in his 16 year career over the 4 weeks preceding WrestleMania, then cap that off with a victory over the Heartbreak Kid. Has Angle finally bitten off more than he can chew?

Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
CHRIS JERICHO [Manhasset, NY; 6', 231 lbs; 6th Mania (2-3)] vs. CHRIS BENOIT [Atlanta, GA; 5'11", 220 lbs; 5th Mania (2-2)] vs. CHRISTIAN [Toronto, ONT; 6'2", 235 lbs; 5th Mania (3-1)] vs. SHELTON BENJAMIN [Orangeburg, SC; 6'2", 245 lbs; 3rd Mania (1-1)] vs. EDGE [Toronto, ONT; 6'5", 240 lbs; 4th Mania (3-0)] vs. KANE [Parts Unknown; 7', 320 lbs; 7th Mania (3-3)]
BACKGROUND: Six men with a desire to be World Heavyweight Champion. Five former Intercontinental Champions and the current one. Three former World Champions. All wanting a shot at becoming World Heavyweight Champion. All they have to do is climb a ladder and grab the briefcase suspended above the ring. The winner recieves a title shot anytime during the next year.

Legend vs. Legend Killer Interpromotional Match:
THE UNDERTAKER [Death Valley, CA; 6'10", 328 lbs; 13th Mania (12-0)] vs. RANDY ORTON [St. Louis, MO; 6'4", 245 lbs; 2nd Mania (1-0)]
BACKGROUND: The Undertaker debuted in 1990 and is undefeated at WrestleMania, having beaten such legends as King Kong Bundy, Jimmy Snuka, Triple H, Jake Roberts & Ric Flair. Randy Orton debuted in 2002 and made a name for himself on RAW as a self-styled "Legend Killer" after attacks on folks like Shawn Michaels, Sgt. Slaughter, Rob Van Dam, Cactus Jack and Harley Race. Since his explusion from Evolution in August, Orton has been adrift. He believes he can find his way again and cement his legendary status at WrestleMania XXI by going after the biggest WrestleMania Legend of them all, the undefeated Undertaker. Can the Legend Killer add another name to his victim list, or will the Phenom make Orton rest in peace?

WWE Women's Championship Match
TRISH STRATUS [Toronto, ONT; 5'4", 120 lbs; 3rd Mania (1-1)] vs. CHRISTY HEMME [Temecula, CA; 5'5", 115 lbs; 1st Mania]
BACKGROUND: Trish Stratus is one of the best women's wrestlers in WWE history. Since turning heel at WrestleMania XX, she's been pretty much unbeatable. Nobody can stop her...except for maybe Lita. Problem is...Lita's injured. But that won't stop her from training Diva Search winner (and Playboy covergirl) Christy Hemme in her attempt to dethrone Trish and capture the Women's Championship.

WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match
CHAVO GUERRERO [El Paso, TX; 5'9", 210 lbs] vs. PAUL LONDON [Austin, TX; 5'10", 205 lbs]
BACKGROUND: Paul London is awesome. Since debuting on Smackdown in 2003, London's impressed fans with his ringwork and style. London took part in his first Royal Rumble Match in 2005 and made a quick impact before being eliminated in impressive fashion by RAW's Gene Snitsky. Shrugging that off, London got a Cruiserweight Title shot at No Way Out as part of the 6-man Gauntlet Match and beat 4 others before being cheated out of the title by Chavo Guerrero. London believes he deserve a title shot, a shot he will recieve after winning a #1 contender's match taped for the March 12th edition of Velocity. Can Chavo cheat his way to victory once again, or will Paul London finally become Cruiserweight Champion?

Sumo Match
BIG SHOW [Tampa, FL; 7'; 470 lbs; 6th Mania (0-5)] vs. AKEBONO [Honolulu, HI; 6'8", 484 lbs; 1st Mania]
BACKGROUND: The Big Show is big. Akebono is big. Big Show was WWE Champion. Akebono is the first America-born yokozuna (sumo champion). They had a staredown when Smackdown was in Japan because each one of them thinks they're the biggest (and best) athlete in the world. How a sumo match will solve that dispute, nobody knows.

Piper's Pit:
Featuring "ROWDY" RODDY PIPER & "STONE COLD" STEVE AUSTIN [former WWE Champion]

WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2005 Unveiling:
Featuring 2005 Inductees HULK HOGAN [former WWE Champion], "ROWDY" RODDY PIPER, NIKOLAI VOLKOFF, THE IRON SHEIK [former WWE Champion], "THE MOUTH OF THE SOUTH" JIMMY HART, "COWBOY" BOB ORTON JR. and "MR. WONDERFUL" PAUL ORNDORFF

RUMORED:

Grudge Match
REY MYSTERIO [San Diego, CA; 5'6", 165 lbs] vs. EDDIE GUERRERO [El Paso, TX; 5'8", 220 lbs]

WWE United States Championship Match
ORLANDO JORDAN [Miami, FL; 6'4", 250 lbs; 1st Mania] vs. BOOKER T [Houston, TX; 6'3", 250 lbs; 4th Mania (1-2)]

Misc. Smackdown Folks That May Draw In
TEAMS: The Dudley Boyz [New York, NY; 515 combined; 0-4 at Mania], The Bashams [Columbus, OH; 500 combined; 0-1 at Mania], Charlie Haas & Hardcore Holly [477 combined] and Kenzo Suzuki & Rene Dupree [500 combined]
SINGLES: Carlito, Heidenreich, Luther Reigns & Mark Jindrak

Misc. RAW Folks That May Draw In
TEAMS: William Regal & Tajiri [Tag Champs; 450 combined], La Resistance [480 combined] and Simon Dean & Maven [430 combined]
SINGLES: Chris Masters, Gene Snitsky, Muhammad Hassan & Tyson Tomko

(edited by Freeway420 on 11.3.05 1527)

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#2 Posted on
What are some other possible matches? I can see:

Trish vs. Christy: Women's Title

Orlando Jordan vs. Booker T: US Title

World Tag Team Title Match: Tajiri/Regal vs. ?

WWE Tag Team Title Match: ? vs ? (Eddie and Rey won't have the titles. Bashams will probably be involved)

Either Tag match, or both could be on Heat.


(edited by BorneAgain on 4.3.05 1607)


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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.28
In the spirt of WrestleMania, I've prpared a video for the weiners on the history of all 20 WrestleManias and a preview of WrestleMania 21, it's nearly 6 mins long and is less then 5mb (low quality) so anyone can view it, hope you guys enjoy it.

Click Here (hhhgamewmx7.tripod.com)



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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.22
Very cool video that I would LOVE to see in higher quality.

HOWEVER, I was annoyed by the fact that your nickname appears in the centre of the video all the time.



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.28
Yeah it's a watermark, can't be too careful these days, I thought it wasen't that noticeable and didn't take too much from the video. Thanks for the feedback. I may post it better quality if feedback increases.



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.00
It broked
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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.28
Link still works for me, try right clicking and ''Save Target As''



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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.81
Do this:

Copy this link location from this page. Click on it and get the "No Remote linking" page. Then, paste the link in to the page and download it.

Tripod looks at their referrals and blocks access if you are coming from somewhere other than Tripod. They don't appear to check to see if you are coming from the Remote Linking forbidden page, though


//EDIT: OK, well, I downloaded it last night like that, but now I can't do it again. I think it is broken, sorry.

(edited by Guru Zim on 6.3.05 1431)


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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.27
    Originally posted by hhhgamewmx7
    In the spirt of WrestleMania, I've prpared a video for the weiners on the history of all 20 WrestleManias and a preview of WrestleMania 21, it's nearly 6 mins long and is less then 5mb (low quality) so anyone can view it, hope you guys enjoy it.

    Click Here (hhhgamewmx7.tripod.com)


Really cool video man. I especially liked your sort of preview to Wrestlemania XXI at the tail end of the video.




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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.27
Yeah awesome video hhhgamewmx7 also anyone have ideas what Jericho's ladder match will be about?
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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.33
Great job on the video. Felt like I was watching a history of the last 20 years of my life. Thank you for that.

It's amazing how the most corrupt of industries can look pure and magical put to the right music and with a little slo-mo.

Great job. Hope you'll keep doing this.
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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.27
    Originally posted by Big D
    Yeah awesome video hhhgamewmx7 also anyone have ideas what Jericho's ladder match will be about?


Its quite simple. The writers can't come up with a good storyline for any of the participants in it, so they just dump them all in one big, giant, career-shortening spotfest.




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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.27
Yeah just wondering if it would be for the IC championship or not. Kind of hoping it isn't since it's an obvious step down for about half of the superstars in the match. Damn writers!!
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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.43
Sorry about the link, when I try to log in to tripod now it says there is a database error so it's out of my hands. Thanks again for the feedback, I have afew more videos up my sleve so keep your eyes open, don't know if CRZ would allow a thread on videos that i could keep updated.



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#15 Posted on
Our offical list for the card

Confirmed matches

JBL vs. Cena
HHH vs. Batista
Taker vs. Orton
HBK vs. Angle
Big Show vs. Akebono
Rey vs. Mysterio
Christy vs. Trish
Benoit vs. Jericho vs. Xtian vs. Edge vs. Kane vs. Shelton

Likely matches
London vs. Chavo
Booker vs. Orlando
Raw Tag Title Match
Smackdown Tag Title Match
A match with Hassan*

*Could be the tag title match with him teaming with Davari


(edited by BorneAgain on 7.3.05 2038)

(edited by BorneAgain on 7.3.05 2157)

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#16 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.27
Looks pretty good so far besides the Christy and Trish match.



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#17 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.05
    Originally posted by The Vile1
      Originally posted by Big D
      Yeah awesome video hhhgamewmx7 also anyone have ideas what Jericho's ladder match will be about?


    Its quite simple. The writers can't come up with a good storyline for any of the participants in it, so they just dump them all in one big, giant, career-shortening spotfest.

Really. 2 of the guys already had major neck surgeries, and another (Christian) had to take a bunch of time off last year due to a bad back. On top of that, 1 of the guys walked out of last year's WM as the World Champ and is now a directionless midcarder, and the IC Title looks to be going undefended (what a way to build up Shelton & the belt!).

(edited by Spaceman Spiff on 7.3.05 2347)


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#18 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.44
    Originally posted by hhhgamewmx7
    Sorry about the link, when I try to log in to tripod now it says there is a database error so it's out of my hands. Thanks again for the feedback, I have afew more videos up my sleve so keep your eyes open, don't know if CRZ would allow a thread on videos that i could keep updated.
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#19 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.42
Well ow du yu spel it? Or should i change it to just the-w?

Now it's changed, no more ''weinerboard''.

(edited by hhhgamewmx7 on 8.3.05 1802)


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#20 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.64
WrestleMania Gimmick Matches:
[NOTE: 3-ways, 4-ways and elimination matches aren't really gimmick matches...except when coupled with another kind of gimmick.]

$15,000 Body Slam Match
I: Andre the Giant beat Big John Studd [4:15]
Battle Royals
II: (20-Man) Andre the Giant won [9:11]
IV: (20-Man) Bad News Brown won [9:46]
XIV: (Tag Team) The Legion of Doom (L.O.D. 2000) won [8:24]
2000: (Hardcore) Hardcore Holly won the Hardcore Title last [15:00]
XVII: (Gimmick) The Iron Sheik won [3:06]
Blindfold Match
VII: Jake Roberts beat Rick Martel [4:13]
Boxing Match
II: Mr. T beat Roddy Piper by DQ [13:19]
XV: Butterbean beat Bart Gunn [0:46]
Cat Fight
2000: Terri beat The Kat [2:25]
Dumpster Match
XIV: Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie beat The New Age Outlaws [10:20]
Evening Gown Match
XX: Sable & Torrie Wilson beat Stacy Keibler & Miss Jackie [2:34]
Falls Count Anywhere Match
X: Randy Savage beat Crush [9:42]
Gauntlet Match
XX: (Cruiserweight Open) Chavo Guerrero won [7:14]
Hair vs. _____ Match
III: (Hair vs. Hair) Roddy Piper beat Adrian Adonis [6:54]
XX: (Hair vs. Title) Victoria beat Molly Holly
Handicap Match
V: (3-on-2) Demolition beat Mr. Fuji & The Powers of Pain [7:14]
XIX: (2-on-1) The Undertaker beat The Big Show & A-Train [9:45]
XX: (3-on-2) Evolution beat The Rock & Mick Foley [17:00]
Hell In A Cell
XV: The Undertaker beat The Big Boss Man [9:46]
"I Quit"/Submission Match
XI: Bret Hart beat Bob Backlund [9:33]
XIII: Bret Hart beat Steve Austin [22:03]
Iron Man Match
XII: Shawn Michaels beat Bret Hart [61:52]
Ladder Match
X: Razor Ramon beat Shawn Michaels [18:45]
2000: Edge & Christian beat The Dudley Boyz & The Hardy Boyz [22:26]
XVII: (TLC) Edge & Christian beat The Dudley Boyz & The Hardy Boyz [15:40]
Mixed Tag Matches
III: Hillbilly Jim, Little Beaver & Haiti Kid beat King Kong Bundy, Lord Littlebrook & Little Tokyo by DQ [4:08] (Men & Midgets)
VI: Dusty Rhodes & Sapphire beat Randy Savage & Sensational Queen Sherri [7:30] (Men & Women)
X: Bam Bam Bigelow & Luna Vachon beat Doink & Dink [6:09] (Men, Women & Clown Midgets)
XIV: Marc Mero & Sable beat Goldust & Luna Vachon [9:10] (Men & Women)
Retirement Match
VII: The Ultimate Warrior beat Randy Savage (Savage retired) [20:46]
Steel Cage Match
II: Hulk Hogan beat King Kong Bundy [10:16]
Street Fight
XII: (Hollywood Backlot Brawl) Roddy Piper beat Goldust
XIII: (Chicago Street Fight) Ahmed Johnson & The Legion of Doom beat Faarooq, Crush & Savio Vega [10:46]
XVII: Shane McMahon beat Vince McMahon [14:11]
XIX: Hulk Hogan beat Vince McMahon [20:47]
Title for Title
VI: IC Champion Ultimate Warrior beat WWE Champion Hulk Hogan [23:54]
Two Falls Triple Threat Match
2000: Chris Benoit beat Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle in the first fall, then Chris Jericho won the second fall [13:36]

WrestleMania Title Matches: [Overall, defending champions are 28-40-1 (with 6 countout/DQ losses). The last DQ/countout loss by a champion was at WrestleMania XI.]

WWE Championship [Defending Champions: 6-14]
II: Champion Hulk Hogan beat King Kong Bundy [10:16] (Cage Match)
III: Champion Hulk Hogan beat Andre the Giant [11:59]
IV: Randy Savage beat Ted DiBiase in the finals for the vacant title [9:16]
V: Hulk Hogan beat Champion Randy Savage [17:52]
VI: The Ultimate Warrior beat Champion Hulk Hogan [23:54]
VII: Hulk Hogan beat Champion Sgt. Slaughter [20:18]
VIII: Randy Savage beat Champion Ric Flair [17:29]
IX: Yokozuna beat Champion Bret Hart [8:54], then Hulk Hogan beat Champion Yokozuna [0:22]
X: Champion Yokozuna beat Lex Luger by DQ [14:40], then Bret Hart beat Champion Yokozuna [10:31]
XI: Champion Diesel beat Shawn Michaels [20:32]
XII: Shawn Michaels beat Champion Bret Hart [61:52] (Iron Man Match)
XIII: The Undertaker beat Champion Sycho Sid [21:19]
XIV: Steve Austin beat Champion Shawn Michaels [20:01]
XV: Steve Austin beat Champion The Rock [16:51]
2000: Champion Triple H beat The Rock, The Big Show & Mick Foley [36:25]
XVII: Steve Austin beat Champion The Rock [28:04]
XVIII: Triple H beat Champion Chris Jericho [18:41]
XIX: Brock Lesnar beat Champion Kurt Angle [21:06]
XX: Champion Eddie Guerrero beat Kurt Angle [21:33]
World Heavyweight Championship [Defending Champions: 1-1]
XIX: Champion Triple H beat Booker T [18:46]
XX: Chris Benoit beat Champion Triple H & Shawn Michaels [24:47]
WWE Intercontinental Championship [Defending Champions: 7-10 (with 5 of those losses by DQ or countout)]
I: Junkyard Dog beat Champion Greg Valentine by countout [6:48]
II: Champion Randy Savage beat George Steele [7:07]
III: Ricky Steamboat beat Champion Randy Savage [14:33]
IV: Brutus Beefcake beat Champion The Honky Tonk Man by DQ [6:44]
V: Rick Rude beat Champion The Ultimate Warrior [6:19]
VI: Champion The Ultimate Warrior beat Hulk Hogan [23:54]
VII: The Big Boss Man beat Champion Mr. Perfect by DQ [4:33]
VIII: Bret Hart beat Champion Roddy Piper [13:49]
IX: Tatanka beat Champion Shawn Michaels by countout [18:15]
X: Champion Razor Ramon beat Shawn Michaels [18:45] (Ladder Match)
XI: Razor Ramon beat Champion Jeff Jarrett by DQ [13:31]
XIII: Champion Rocky Miavia beat The Sultan [9:44]
XIV: Champion The Rock beat Ken Shamrock by DQ [4:49]
XV: Champion Road Dogg beat Ken Shamrock, Val Venis & Goldust [9:45]
2000: Chris Benoit beat Champion Kurt Angle & Chris Jericho [7:55] (First fall of Two-Falls Triple Threat Match)
XVII: Champion Chris Jericho beat William Regal [7:07]
XVIII: Rob Van Dam beat Champion William Regal [6:19]
World Tag Team Championship [Defending Champions: 5-11-1 (with 1 loss by countout)]
I: The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff beat Champions Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo [5:00]
II: The British Bulldogs beat Champions The Dream Team [12:00]
IV: Demolition beat Champions Strike Force [8:00]
V: Champions Demolition beat Mr. Fuji & The Powers of Pain [7:14] (Handicap Match)
VI: Demolition beat Champions The Colossal Connection [5:25]
VII: The Nasty Boys beat Champions The Hart Foundation [8:55]
VIII: The Natural Disasters beat Champions Money, Inc. by countout [8:19]
IX: Champions Money, Inc. beat The Mega-Maniacs by DQ [18:11]
X: Men On A Mission beat Champions The Quebecers by countout [7:43]
XI: Owen Hart & Yokozuna beat Champions The Smoking Gunns [9:39]
XIII: Vader & Mankind drew Champions Owen Hart & The British Bulldog by double countout [15:50]
XIV: Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie beat Champions The New Age Outlaws [10:20] (Dumpster Match)
XV: Champions Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart beat D'Lo Brown & Test [3:47]
2000: Edge & Christian beat Champions The Dudley Boyz & The Hardy Boyz [22:26] (Ladder Match)
XVII: Edge & Christian beat Champions The Dudley Boyz & The Hardy Boyz [15:40] (TLC)
XVIII: Champions Billy & Chuck beat The APA, The Dudley Boyz & The Hardy Boyz [13:51]
XX: Champions Booker T & Rob Van Dam beat The Dudley Boyz, La Resistance and Mark Jindrak & Garrison Cade [7:52]
WWE Tag Team Championship [Defending Champions: 2-0]
XIX: Champions Team Angle beat Chris Benoit & Rhyno and Los Guerreros [8:45]
XX: Champions Rikishi & Scotty 2 Hotty beat The APA, The World's Greatest Tag Team and The Basham Brothers [6:01]
WWE Women's Championship [Defending Champions: 5-3]
I: Wendi Richter beat Champion Leilani Kai [6:10]
II: Champion The Fabulous Moolah beat Velvet McIntyre [0:54]
X: Champion Alundra Blayze beat Leilani Kai [3:24]
XV: Champion Sable beat Tori [4:27]
XVII: Chyna beat Champion Ivory [2:37]
XVIII: Champion Jazz beat Trish Stratus & Lita [6:16]
XIX: Trish Stratus beat Champion Victoria & Jazz [7:17]
XX: Champion Victoria beat Molly Holly [4:53]
WWE Cruiserweight Championship [Defending Champions: 2-0]
XIX: Champion Matt Hardy Version 1 beat Rey Mysterio [5:38]
XX: Champion Chavo Guerrero won Cruiserweight Open to retain title [10:29]
WWE United States Championship [Defending Champions: 0-1]
XX: John Cena beat Champion The Big Show [9:14]

DEFUNCT WWE Light Heavyweight Championship [Defending Champions: 1-0]
XIV: Champion TAKA Michinoku beat Aguila [5:57]
DEFUNCT WWE European Championship [Defending Champions: 3-2]
XIV: Champion Triple H beat Owen Hart [11:28]
XV: Champion Shane McMahon beat X-Pac [8:41]
2000: Chris Jericho beat Champion Kurt Angle & Chris Benoit [13:36] (Second Fall of Two Falls Triple Threat Match)
XVII: Eddie Guerrero beat Champion Test [8:04]
XVIII: Champion Diamond Dallas Page beat Christian [6:08]
DEFUNCT WWE Hardcore Championship [Ignoring Due to 24/7 "Rule"]
XV: Hardcore Holly beat Champion Billy Gunn & Al Snow [7:05]
2000: Hardcore Holly left as Hardcore Champion, Crash Holly arrived as Champion [15:00]
XVII: Kane beat Champion Raven & The Big Show [9:19]
XVIII: Maven arrived & left as Champion, despite losing it during the show

National Anthem Singers:
I: "Mean" Gene Okerlund
II: Ray Charles (America the Beautiful)
III: Aretha Franklin (America the Beautiful)
IV: Gladys Knight (America the Beautiful)
V: Rockin' Robin
VI: Robert Goulet (Oh Canada)
VII: Willie Nelson (America the Beautiful)
VIII: Reba McIntyre
X: Little Richard (America the Beautiful)
XI: Special Olympian Kathy Huey (America the Beautiful)
XIV: The D-X Band (America the Beautiful)
XV: Boyz II Men (America the Beautiful)
2000: Lillian Garcia
XIX: Ashanti (America the Beautiful)
XX: Boys Choir of Harlem (America the Beautiful)

(edited by Freeway420 on 10.3.05 1414)


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