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SmackDown!
16 May 2002


Michael Cole and Tazz welcomes us to the final SD! Before Judgment Day this Sunday on PPV. They say that tonight undisputed Champion The Rock will team up with his opponent in three days Ric Flair to face the tag team champions Hulk Hogan and The Big Show!



Match 1: Undertaker vs. Bradshaw
Bradshaw and Taker have good chemistry in the ring and Bradshaw takes the fight to Undertaker hwoever he is knocked down by Old School and then a Big Boot. Taker drops Bradshaw with a Chokeslam for the win at 6.11 Taker walks off pleased with his win, he stands at the top of the entrance ramp, SPear on the Steel Stage!! Edge just speared Taker on the stage. The fans are going wild as Edge stands over the downed Undertaker. “You Think You Know Me” plays as Edge is on a roll heading into Judgment Day.




Outsiders Alert
The camera cuts to the parking lot as Scott Hall has his baseball bat, but he is not alone as Kevin Nash walks into the frame, Hall and Nash hug and Nash says that he is glad to be here to help out a friend. Nash and Hall walk towards the arena as the camera cuts to the arena.





Match 2: Rob Van Dam vs. Lance Storm
The number one contender for Van Dams IC title is on commentary for the bout, Matt Hardy. Storms Hardcore title is not on the line either. The match is a goof throwback to their ECW days, lots of chain wrestling with a few high spots in the match. RVD hits the split-legged moonsault and the rolling thunder but can't keep Storm down. Storm hits the leaping clothesline off the top rope and a sit out gutwrench suplex, but can't keep RVD pinned to the mat. Storm locks in the one legged boston crab aka the Canadian Crab. But RVD gets to the ropes. Van Dam gets back in the match with a spinned heel kick and a second rolling thunder. Van Dam then climbs to the top rope and crashes into Storm with the Five Star Frog Splash. Van Dam pins and gets the win at 9.40. RVD celebrates as Hardy applauds and slides in the ring. RVD has the IC title belt on his shoulder, RVD and Hardy shake hands as they look to battle for the title at Judgment Day




Interview with Stone Cold
Kevin Kelly is standing by with Stone Cold. Kelly asks what he thinks about Scott Hall arriving moments ago with his buddy Kevin Nash. Austin says that he doesn't give a rats ass who is here tonight and that he will open up a can of whoop ass on anyone who comes in his path. Foley walks in on the interview and tells Austin not to worry about Nash and that he will get Nash taken care of, cause he is not contracted to SD! And therefore should not be in the building tonight. Foley then says that Austin looks in the mode to compete, so tonight he will go one on one with the five time WCW Champion Booker T. Austin tells Foley that it doesn't matter, if its Scott Hall, Kevin Nash or Booker T, cause he is here to open a can of whoop ass and that's the bottom line, cause Stone Cold said so!





Match 3; Hardcore Match: Al Snow vs. Bossman vs. Bubba Ray Dudley vs. Hardcore Holly vs.
This match is a typical fun hardcore chaos that we are use to seeing. Bubba Ray drives Al Snow throught the table with a Bubba Bomb ! Bubba gets the win @ 6.01 to become the number one contender for Lance Storms Hardcore Championship.




Storm & Christian Backstage
Christian and Storm look on at Bubba winning the match, Storm has an ice pack on his neck from his match with RVD from earlier. Christian then kicks the sitting Storm in the head. Christian then picks up Storm and drives him head first into the concrete wall. Storm falls onto the canvas as Christian opens the door and brings in a referee he had waiting outside. Christian pins Storm on the medical room floor...1..2...3!! Christian steals the hardcore championship from his “friend”.




Match 4: The Rock & Ric Flair vs. Hulk Hogan & Big Show
The star power in this match is incredibly high and Flair and Hogan start the match. Flair gets his chops in the light up the crowd as well as Hogans chest. Hogan no sells the chops and fires punches back at Flair. Show tags in and so does Rock. The entire match is very back and forth with Flair and Rock working as a cohesive unit, showing respect to each other. The match continues through the commercial break with The Rock battling Big Show. Flair tags Rock in, with Rock being unaware. Flair beats down on Big Show, stealing Rocks limelight and momentum. Rock tags himself back in to the chagrin of the nature boy. Rock and Flair are getting a bit heated trying to one up each other. But this lets the tag team champions get back in the match. Hogan gets the upper hand on The Rock and the Big Show gets involved and beats down on the undisputed champion. All four men end up on the outside as the battle commences. Hogan and Show end up together on one side of the ring as Flair and Rock have words on the other side of the ring. Out of the crowd come Raws Kurt Angle and Chris Jericho. They leap over the barrier and attack the tag team champions, but the tag team champions fight back and the four men battle into the crowd, causing a no contest at 14.22

Rock and Flair get in the ring looking on at what is happening through the crowd before they turn towards each other and face off in the centre of the ring. Flair looks alive and well and better than he has for years as he put on a great showing in the match moments ago. Flair tells Rock that he stall his “it” and that he is coming for the title on Sunday. Rock tells him he will be waiting. “Wooooo” plays as Flair moves away and exits the ring.



Interview with Rico Constantine
Kevin Kelly is backstage with newcomer Rico. Kelly says that Rico has been on a roll since coming to the WWE and wants to know what Rico's plans going forward are. Rico says that he had a great trainer and teacher, but before he can say anything else, Hugh Morrus walks in on the interview. Morrus says that Rico needs to earn his spot in the business and then slaps him in the face and pushes him into the staging. Morrus then walks off to a bunch of heat leaving Rico trying to get back to his feet.




Match 5: Hurricane & Billy Kidman w/Torrie vs. Tajiri & Justin Credible
A fast paced cruiser-weight match that ends with Kidman delivers the Shooting Star Press to Tajiri and pins the cruiserweight champion at 5.20 for the win. Torrie celebrates with Kidman and Hurricane in the ring as the camera cuts to the backstage.



Foleys Office
Foley states that Christian will have to defend his Hardcore title at Judgment Day not only against the number one contender Bubba Ray, but also gets his friend and person he stole the title of earlier tonight, Lance Storm.




Main Event: Booker T vs. Steve Austin
Austin and Booker T have a good match with Booker taking the advantage early on. This is similar to their matches in late 2001. Austin brawls back and catches Booker with the lou thez press, followed by hard right hand punches to Booker. Austin tries to build momentum but Booker takes a break on the outside. Austin follows him to the outside and Booker whips Austin head first into the steel ring post. Booker is able to use this to get momentum back in his favour. Booker drops Austin with the Book End but Austin kicks out. Booker then does the Spinaroonie! but Austin is to his feet and he drives Booker to the canvas with a vicious clotheslines. Austin nails Booker with the bionic elbow drop. Booker staggers to his feet and gets the Stone Cold Stunner! Austin pins and gets the win at 8.54

Immediately Hall and Nash rush down to the ring. Hall has the baseball bat in his hand. Austin meets Nash first and hammers him with hard right hands. Austin is fighting for his life as he kicks out at Hall making him drop the bat. Nash strikes Austin from the side and quickly Hall stomps down on Austin. Nash joins in as the Outsiders double team the Texas Rattlesnake. Hall picks up the bat as Nash picks up Austin. Baseball bat to the exposed ribs!!. Austin falls to the canvas holding his ribs as Nash and Hall pace the ring. Hall tells Nash to lift up Austin so he can hit him in the head with the bat.

“TIME TO PLAY THE GAME!!”

Raws Triple H rushes down to the ring, sledgehammer in hand!! HHH gets into the ring and Hall swings at HHH with the baseball, but it collides with the sledgehammer causing both weapons to drop to the canvas. HHH hits Hall with a hard right hand taking him down. Nash launches on on HHH and HHH fires back. Back and forth. HHH gets the upper hand but Hall hits him from behind, but Austin has the baseball and swings at Hall, who ducks out of the ring. Nash gets some room away from Austin and goes to pick up the sledgehammer but Triple H picks it up as he gets to his feet. Nash is concerned as Austin is standing in the ring with the bat and HHH is getting up with the sledgehammer. Nash slides out of the ring and retreats up the ramp-way with Hall as Austin and HHH stand tall in the middle of the ring with the respective weapons as the show goes off the air!!!



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Spoiler for Velocity Results:

Rico Constantine def. Crash Holly
Hugh Morrus def. Al Snow
Christian def. Faarooq


Spoiler for SmackDown! Results:

Undertaker def. Bradshaw
Rob Van Dam def. Lance Storm
Bubba Ray def. Hardcore Holly, Bossman & Al Snow to become no. 1 contender for Hardcore Title
Christian def. Lance Storm to become Hardcore Champion
The Rock & Ric Flair vs. Big Show & Hulk Hogan – No Contest
Billy Kidman & Hurricane def. Tajiri & Justin Credible
Steve Austin def. Booker T



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wwe.com has learned that Kane and Jeff Hardy will face Kama and D-von Dudley in a tag team tables match at Judgment Day! These four men have had issues for several weeks, but they get the chance to settle their feud this Sunday at Judgment Day!
I will post the full Judgment Day Card (as there is still another match to be added via wwe.com) in a seperate thread with preview and predictions set out for you all

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I will review for review with those who post predictions for my first PPV I will write. The matches will be in summary form (so not a quick recap but not pages and pages either).



Judgment Day Card







Tag Team Tables Match: Kane & Jeff Hardy vs. Kama & D-Von Dudley
These four men have been battling for over a month and their feud has spilled out of the ring on a number of occasions, including the time where Kama and D-Von beat up Kane and Hardy backstage. This Sunday the two teams collide in a tag team tables match!







European Championship Match: William Regal © vs. Diamond Dallas Page
Regal defeated DDP for the European title two weeks ago on RAW with help from the Brass Knuckles. DDP dropped Regal with the Diamond Cutter last week in the middle of the ring, sending him a physical message. Thanks to GM Shawn Michaels, DDP gets his rematch live on PPV at Judgment Day.






Street Fight: Kevin Nash vs. Triple H
Former best friends, now bitter enemies. This rivalry began back during the start of the brand extension. Triple H defeated Kevin Nash a month ago to become the number one contender for the WWE Undisputed Championship, however during his championship match, Kevin Nash interfered and caused Triple H to trip up and this allowed The Rock to capitalise and retain his title. This brought Triple H to a breaking point as he has been consistently screwed out of the title since his return at the start of the year. From there both men have fought non stop and have even overcome security holding them back on a number of occasions. GM Shawn Michaels has sanctioned this match as a street fight after he finally admitted that the friendship between the three of them will never be what it once was. This personal feud goes to another level this Sunday on PPV.






Tag Team Championship Match: Hulk Hogan & Big Show © vs. Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle
Ever since Angle and Jericho decided to team up they had one thing in mind and that was to become the tag team champions. After Angle pinned Hogan in a six man tag and Jericho, by questionable means, defeated Big Show. GM Shawn Michaels gave the duo a tag team title match for Judgment Day. Angle and Jericho have been calling the tag champs has-beens and last week they made an unscheduled appearance on SmackDown, attacking Hogan and Show in the middle of their match. The talking is over, this Sunday the titles are on the line.






Undertaker vs. Edge
Annoyed at the way Undertaker looked down upon him, Edge decided to eliminate Undertaker in a battle royal to claim the number one contendership for the undisputed championship. Although it was Undertaker who eliminated Edge firstly, Edge did not give up and he grabbed Undertaker from the outside and eliminating him! This pissed off Taker and Taker declared he would make Edge famous. Edge responded saying he would make himself famous by defeating him on PPV. Edge delivered a vicious Spear on the Steel Entrance Stage last week on SmackDown, further sending a message to The Deadman before they meet on Sunday.






Hardcore Championship Triple Threat Match: Christian © vs. Bubba Ray Dudley vs. Lance Storm
An interesting triangle has developed in the Hardcore Division on SmackDown. After Christian had defeated Bubba Ray Dudley in a non-title match, Storm pinned Bubba in the ring to win the Hardcore Title, due to the 24/7 rule. This obviously frustrated his tag team partner and friend; Christian, who did all the work to beat Bubba in the first place. The past week on SmackDown, Christian turned on his friend in the trainers room and attacked Storm, who was recovering from his match moments earlier against Rob Van Dam, Christian used the 24/7 rule to pin Storm and become the Hardcore Champion. Meanwhile Bubba Ray won a fatal four way match to earn a shot against the Hardcore Champion. GM Mick Foley announced that it would be a triple threat at Judgment Day






Intercontinental Championship Match: Rob Van Dam © vs. Matt Hardy
RVD has been on a role since defeated William Regal for the IC title at Backlash, in his first PPV Title defence, RVD will face Matt Hardy. By defeated Booker T in a hard fought match a few weeks ago on SmackDown, Matt Hardy earned the right to face Van Dam for the title. There is a lot of respect towards each other and we will see which fan favourite comes out on top with the gold at Judgment Day!





“Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. “The Outsider” Scott Hall
This feud got personal fast with Hall delivering the Outsiders Edge to Austin on the concrete floor before their match a month ago on SmackDown. This lead to Hall escaping facing Stone Cold. Hall has used his baseball bat to intimidate Austin, but it has made Stone Cold to bring out is unpredictable and psychotic side. Austin chased Hall out of the arena with a steel chain, however Hall distracted Austin and caused him to be eliminated from a battle royal to cast the number one contender for the Undisputed Title. Austin has lost all control and two weeks ago destroyed Halls automobile with a baseball bat! Hall and Austin will finally face each other in the ring one on one, nowhere to run or hide for either man. Can Hall tame the Rattlesnake or will Austin do what he does best and whoop some ass!






WWE Undisputed Championship Match: The Rock © vs. “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair
Ric Flair has proven that he can still be at the top of his game. Flair won a huge battle royal to become the number one contender for the Undisputed Championship. But to be champion, one of the greatest of all time must defeat “The Great One”. The Rock is “the man” of the industry today, Flair believes he has it in him to win a world title for a record breaking 17th time, only time will tell what the outcome will be. One thing is for sure, The dirtiest player in the game will do whatever it takes to capture the title. Can The Rock retain the gold he has worked so hard to hold onto so far?



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Tag Team Tables Match: Kane & Jeff Hardy vs. Kama & D-Von Dudley

European Championship Match: William Regal © vs. Diamond Dallas Page

Hardcore Championship Triple Threat Match: Lance Storm © vs. Christian vs. Bubba Ray Dudley

Intercontinental Championship Match: Rob Van Dam © vs. Matt Hardy

Singles Match: Undertaker vs. Edge

Tag Team Championship Match: Hulk Hogan & Big Show © vs. Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle

Singles Match: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. “The Outsider” Scott Hall

Street Fight: Kevin Nash vs. Triple H

WWE Undisputed Championship Match: The Rock © vs. “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair

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Tag Team Tables Match: Kane & Jeff Hardy vs. Kama & D-Von Dudley

European Championship Match: William Regal © vs. Diamond Dallas Page

Hardcore Championship Triple Threat Match: Lance Storm © vs. Christian vs. Bubba Ray Dudley

Intercontinental Championship Match: Rob Van Dam © vs. Matt Hardy

Singles Match: Undertaker vs. Edge

Tag Team Championship Match: Hulk Hogan & Big Show © vs. Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle

Singles Match: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. "The Outsider” Scott Hall

Street Fight: Kevin Nash vs. Triple H

WWE Undisputed Championship Match: The Rock © vs. “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair
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Tag Team Tables Match: Kane & Jeff Hardy vs. Kama & D-Von Dudley

European Championship Match: William Regal © vs. Diamond Dallas Page

Hardcore Championship Triple Threat Match: Lance Storm © vs. Christian vs. Bubba Ray Dudley

Intercontinental Championship Match: Rob Van Dam © vs. Matt Hardy

Singles Match: Undertaker vs. Edge

Tag Team Championship Match: Hulk Hogan & Big Show © vs. Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle

Singles Match: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. “The Outsider” Scott Hall- help from Kevin Nash

Street Fight: Kevin Nash vs. Triple H

WWE Undisputed Championship Match: The Rock © vs. “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair What the hell..lets see some history be made.
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Wasn't following as much as I would like to but I adored this time period and depending on the free time I have whenever this is put up, I may drop a review by. Best of luck either way.


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Tag Team Tables Match: Kane & Jeff Hardy vs. Kama & D-Von Dudley

This one was a bit of a tough one, even though it is a bit one sided on paper with Kane and all being a true monster back than, I wouldn't be surprised with double Chokeslams through tables, but I also wouldn't be surprised if we see Jeff going for a high-risk maneuver and crash through the tables, or you could do a Jeff/Kane thing afterwards. Either way, I'm going with the dominant team.

European Championship Match: William Regal © vs. Diamond Dallas Page

DDP was one of, if not the most underused former WCW guy the WWF ever had, I really hope you give him a lengthy title run, even though the EU title isn't worth all that much he can make it interesting and up there with the IC title.

Hardcore Championship Triple Threat Match: Lance Storm © vs. Christian vs. Bubba Ray Dudley

Please. Huge Christian fan on my behalf.

Intercontinental Championship Match: Rob Van Dam © vs. Matt Hardy

Matt wasn't all that big yet in single competetion yet, maybe in a rematch of sorts he could win but for the time being I see Van Dam retaining.

Singles Match: Undertaker vs. Edge

Same goes for Edge, sure he was hugely over around 2002/2003, going over Taker is still a huge win for him at this point, a bit too much.

Tag Team Championship Match: Hulk Hogan & Big Show © vs. Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle

Singles Match: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. “The Outsider” Scott Hall

Street Fight: Kevin Nash vs. Triple H

WWE Undisputed Championship Match: The Rock © vs. “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair
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PLanning on catching up from the start of the company here shortly, because the concept looks very interesting. Here are my predictions, all the same for Judgment Day.

Tag Team Tables Match: Kane & Jeff Hardy vs. Kama & D-Von Dudley

European Championship Match: William Regal © vs. Diamond Dallas Page

Hardcore Championship Triple Threat Match: Lance Storm © vs. Christian vs. Bubba Ray Dudley

Intercontinental Championship Match: Rob Van Dam © vs. Matt Hardy

Singles Match: Undertaker vs. Edge

Tag Team Championship Match: Hulk Hogan & Big Show © vs. Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle

Singles Match: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. “The Outsider” Scott Hall

Street Fight: Kevin Nash vs. Triple H

WWE Undisputed Championship Match: The Rock © vs. “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair
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Forgive me for not being fully up to date with what has been happening, but I will be sure to sling a review by once the show is up!!

Judgement Day Predictions

Tag Team Tables Match: Kane & Jeff Hardy vs. Kama & D-Von Dudley

The winners of this match I would assume be able to insert themselves as Tag Title contenders, so I am going for Kane and Jeff to get the win.

European Championship Match: William Regal © vs. Diamond Dallas Page

Both of these guys are awesome; but Regal has just won the title, so I think he can still feud with DDP for it, but he shoul really retain here.

Hardcore Championship Triple Threat Match: Lance Storm © vs. Christian vs. Bubba Ray Dudley

If Storm wins it kinda limits the way this can go, but if Christian gets the win it will add some fuel to the feud between him and Storm, as I don't think you would've broken them up just for the sake of it.

Intercontinental Championship Match: Rob Van Dam © vs. Matt Hardy

I don't like Matt Hardy.

Singles Match: Undertaker vs. Edge

I don't think Edge should get the win here just yet, and I think he needs a couple more months of build before he could get the W over 'Taker.

Tag Team Championship Match: Hulk Hogan & Big Show © vs. Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle

Potential to be the best tag team in the history of ever. Book it.

Singles Match: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. “The Outsider” Scott Hall

This was a toughie, but I went for Austin.

Street Fight: Kevin Nash vs. Triple H

Triple H can take so much more from the win here to put him back into the title hunt.

WWE Undisputed Championship Match: The Rock © vs. “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair

If Rock is to be taken as a credible champion he should be winning these defences against guys like Ric Flair.

Seems like it is going to be a good show, and I will defo read! Good luck
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I just eyed through the whole thing and liked it. I liked your version of Wrestlemania and what you're doing with Goldust and Tajiri.

Judgment Day Predictions

Tag Team Tables Match: Kane & Jeff Hardy vs. Kama & D-Von Dudley
Ok, so you broke Dudleyzzz and Hardyzzzz to pair Jeff up with Kane and D-Von with Kama? I'm not sure I like this but it's something new for sure. Kane and Hardy sounds like an absurd team but then again it's D-Von Dudley and The Godfather, so...

European Championship Match: William Regal © vs. Diamond Dallas Page
Regal is good and he just won the title. And he is actually European!

Hardcore Championship Triple Threat Match: Lance Storm © vs. Christian vs. Bubba Ray Dudley
Christian and Storm distract each other and Bubba gets his belt back. Seeing how good he has been in TNA recently, I'm all in for a Bubba push.

Intercontinental Championship Match: Rob Van Dam © vs. Matt Hardy
No way Matt wins the IC title, right?

Singles Match: Undertaker vs. Edge
I like this feud but Edge is not ready, brother.

Tag Team Championship Match: Hulk Hogan & Big Show © vs. Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle
Hulkster and Show seem like transitional champs to me.

Singles Match: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. “The Outsider” Scott Hall
While I usually don't really like feuds where the guys just beat each other week in and week out for no real reasons, I liked this. Must be the visuals of "lunatic Austin with a chair" and Hall 3:16. I wonder if the feud carries on...

Street Fight: Kevin Nash vs. Triple H
I actually wish this feud continues. Especially with Shawn playing a part in it. I wanna see where this goes. Therefore Big Sexy picks up the win here.

WWE Undisputed Championship Match: The Rock © vs. “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair
HUGE props for putting Flair in a title match. Really cool. I have nothing against a Naitch world title reing (that would be glorious!) but I doubt he's taking the belt. Definitely an interesting match-up here.
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Hey guys, here is Judgment Day, I think there maybe one or two grammar issues, but it is easily readible. All kinds of comments and feedback are greatly appriciated and I will return the favour before I move my thread forward. It is in summary format as explained before but some of the main event matches are a bit longer then I planned.

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Bradshaw hit Bossman with the Clothesline From Hell to get the win at 6.22.

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WWE Judgment Day
19 May 2002




Explosive pyro opens up the show as the arena is alive and loud as Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler welcome us to the first PPV since the WWE Brand Extension. They run down the card for tonight including that there is 5 title matches tonight as well as noting that Michael Cole and Tazz will be announcing the SmackDown! matches through out the show.







Tag Team Tables Match: Kane & Jeff Hardy vs. Kama & D-Von Dudley
Match Summary: This match was tornado rules, so no tags were needed. Kane and Kama went straight for each other and battled around the ringside area whilst Jeff Hardy and D-Von battled in the ring. Eventually D-Von hurt Jeff enough so he could concentrate on Kane with Kama. Kama and D-Von doubled teamed Kane until Hardy got back in the match. Hardy was the first person to bring out a table and he set it up on the outside. Kane and D-Von were battling in the ring when Hardy brought out a ladder from underneath the ring. Hardy set the ladder up as Kama was laid prone on the table. Jeff climbed the ladder as Kane had D-Von in the ring, to keep him from helping Kama…..SWANTOM BOMB OFF THE TOP OF THE LADDER……KAMA MOVES OFF THE TABLE…..HARDY GOES CRASHING THROUGH THE TABLE!!!!

JR & King remind us that you have to be put through the table offensively to lose the match. So we continue as there is now a second table set-up in the ring. Kane is doubled teamed by Kama and D-Von. Kane is put in the corner and Kama rushes at him with THE FREIGHT TRAIN!!! But Kane grabs Kama around the throat, D-Von rushes in and gets caught as well. Kama and D-Von fight free and Kane backs onto the ropes. Kama runs at Kane and Kane ducks down sending Kama over the top rope and onto the canvas. D-Von rushes over and gets grabbed around the throat again…..this time Kane has all his focus on D-Von…….CHOKESLAM THROUGH THE TABLE!!!!! The bell sounds as Kane & Hardy pick up the win @ 8.22. “Slow Chemical” plays as we see Kama pull D-Von’s carcass out of the ring, Hardy his still down on the outside as Kane stands tall in the ring.







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We get footage of earlier today when The Rock arrived in the building, next we cut to a live feed of the parking lot where a giant limo pulls up. Really hot ladies step out and form a line, as Ric Flair steps from out of the limo, he takes the ladies in his arms as he walks into the arena...






European Championship Match: William Regal © vs. Diamond Dallas Page
Match Summary: DDP and Regal lock up to start this match. Some good wrestling holds by both men, but Regal seems to gain the advantage each time by some underhanded means, whether it was by pulling the hair, the tights or using the ropes, Regal managed to keep control of the match in the opening minutes. However the match continued and DDP took control with some strong moves including a SUPERPLEX. There were a few near falls for Page as he looked to regain his title belt. During an Irish Whip reversal DDP grabbed Regal for the DIAMOND CUTTER!! But Regal pushed DDP off and rolled to the outside to gain a break. DDP came out to continue taking it to Regal but Regal was waiting for him and smashed DDP head first into the announce table. Regal worked on DDP on the outside and then rolled him in the ring. Regal kept DDP grounded with headlocks and arm locks, but DDP again fought back to his feet where he was caught in an Abdominal Stretch.

DDP hip-tossed his way out of it and dropped Regal with an inverted atomic drop, followed up by a strong clothesline taking both of them down. DDP even lifted up Regal with a Gorilla Press and then drove him back first onto the canvas. DDP then went for a PILEDRIVER! But Regal tackled DDPs leg and locked him in the REGAL STRETCH!!!!! Regal locked in but DDP refused to tap and managed to get to the ropes after almost a minute of agony. Regal stomped away at DDP and then pulled him away from the ring ropes. Regal pinned DDP but only got a 2 count. Regal frustrated, pinned again but only got a 2 count again. Regal then rolled to the outside and picked up the European Title belt. Regal brings the belt back in the ring but the referee pulls the belt off him. The fans cheer as Regal looks pissed, Regal then calms down and smiles, he pulls out the Brass Knuckles from his tights and right in front of the referee turns and hits DDP IN THE HEAD WITH THE BRASS KNUCKLES!!! The referee calls for the bell @ 9.01 and DDP wins by DQ. Regal grabs his belt off the referee and makes his way the back looking pleased with himself.







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Camera cuts to Mick Foley walking past the APA's “office”, he then walks down the corrider and bumps into his Raw counterpart, General Manager Shawn Michaels. They shake hands and Michaels says that he has an idea that could help both them out tonight. Michaels asks Foley that if tonight Scott Hall interferes in Street Fight between Triple H and Kevin Nash that he will be suspended immediately and in return he will be willing to suspend Kevin Nash if he interferes in the Austin and Hall match. Foley tells HBK that it is a great idea and a great way to ensure both matches run without interference. Foley says he is glad he can do business with Michaels.






Undertaker vs. Edge
Match Summary: Undertaker and Edge stare-down to start the match. Edge looks anxious and ready to go as Taker seems almost a bit too laid back for the match. The bell sounds and this match goes straight into wrestling 101 by the Undertaker! Surprisingly Taker has switched up his offence and locks Edge in a solid side headlock and then does a takeover to ground headlock. Taker has a smile on his face as he keeps control of Edge. Undertaker trash talks Edge whilst he has him down. Taker continues to hold down Edge with basic moves until Edge catches a break and manages to escape and get back to his feet. Taker is quickly to his feet as the two men stare-down for the second time.

The match continues as Edge uses his speed moves to keep out of the way of Undertakers grasp and he tries to chop down The Deadman. Edge uses high risk moves such as the flying dropkick to take Undertaker off his feet. Edge continues with moves bouncing off the ropes including a spinning heel kick and a cross-body block. Edge is unable keep Taker down, but he does manage to amr drag Taker and lock him in a shoulder-hold. Taker does fight back and starts to turn this match into more of a brawl, more like we expect Taker to be. Pure strikes hit Edge in the corner and Taker drops Edge with Snake Eyes and a Big Boot. Taker nails Old School too and signals for the ChokeSlam but Edge fights out of it and hits Taker with the DOWNWARD SPIRAL! Edge covers but only gets a two count. Edge sets up Taker for the SPEAR!! But Taker moves and Edge goes shoulder fist into the ring post. Taker then pulls Edge back to centre of the ring and delivers the LAST RIDE!!! Edge is out cold, Taker pins and picks up the win @ 9.01.







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We see Kevin Nash and Scott Hall getting ready for tonights' match, they question why Shawn has started to become all “goody goody” and say that he has become soft. Nash and Hall then tell each other that they both have points to prove tonight and that they both want to do them alone. Both agree to stay out of each others way as the camera cuts back to ringside.






Hardcore Championship Triple Threat Match: Christian © vs. Lance Storm vs. Bubba Ray Dudley
Match Summary: Storm and Christian begin this match with a double team on Bubba eventually taking himn out of the ring. Christian and Storm turn their attention to each other and start to have a technical based match for a minute or so until Bubba comes back in the ring with a trash can! He smashes the trash can over the head of Storm and then Christian. Bubba then rolls to the outside and throws some more weapons in the ring. Bubba gets back in the ring but Storm launches on him to keep him grounded. Christian picks up one of the kendo sticks and whacks Storm in the back with it. Christian covers Storm but Bubba breaks the pin up. Christian and Bubba face off in the ring with Bubba driving Christian down with right hands and then an elbow to the top of the skull. Storm then leaps off the apron and onto the top rope and then off the top rope and with a trash can lid smashes Bubba in the head!! Storm covers but Christian breaks up the pin.

Storm and Christian are back striking each other as Storm goes for the SUPERKICK but Christian reverses it and goes for the UNPRETTIER but Storm pushes him forward before he can be dropped, Bubba is on the apron and he FIRE EXTINGUISHER SPRAYED IN THE FACE OF CHRSTIAN!! SUPERKICK BY STORM ON THE BLINDED CHRSTIAN.....BUBBA BOMB ON STORM ONTO A TRASH CAN!!!!! Bubba pins Storm and picks up the win and the title @ 6.01







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Terri is backstage and she is standing by with the Womens Champion Jazz. Terri tells Jazz that she has been the most dominate Womens Champion of all time but tomorrow night on Raw she will have to defend her title in a triple threat match against Trish Stratus and Molly Holly. Jazz tells Terri that she is the meanest bitch in all of the WWE and no one has been able to defeat her so far and she does not see that changing. She acknowledges that Trish is tough opponent and that Molly has a newly found mean streak, but she reiterates that she is the best Women in the WWE and will not be beaten.






Intercontinental Championship Match: Rob Van Dam © vs. Matt Hardy
Match Summary: A handshake starts this match, counters and quick paced hip tosses, headlocks, suplexes and kicks start off the beginning of the match up. Neither man gaining more than three or four moves in a row before the other is back in it. Eventually Van Dam takes Hardy down with a spinning back kick and a twirling leg drop for the first cover of the match but Hardy kicks out. Van Dam shoots Hardy into the turnbuckles and cartwheels over and monkey-flips Hardy out of the corner, but Hardy lands on his feet and shoots into the ropes and goes for a clothesline but RVD ducks and waistlocks Hardy from behind and rushes him into the ropes, Van Dam tries to roll up Hardy but Hardy holds onto the ropes, Van Dam rolls back onto the canvas and then onto his feet as Hardy runs at him and knocks him down with a forearm smash. Hardy covers for the first time but only gets a two count. Hardy grabs a headlock to slow the pace down.

The match continues as Van Dam breaks free of the headlock and exchanges a few more near-falls with the challenger. Van Dam manages to hit the split-legged moonsault but can only get a two count. Van Dam is taken to the outside and Hardy dives off the top rope with a cross-body block taking him down. The referee starts a ten count but both men manage to get in the ring before the ten. The match continues as Van Dam is dropped with the SIDE EFFECT!!! Hardy covers but Van Dam kicks out at 2 and a half. Hardy climbs to the top rope but Van Dam straddles him. RVD climbs up the turnbuckles and meets Hardy who is couched on the top turnbuckle. Van Dam goes for a TOP ROPE HURRICANRANA but Hardy pushes Van Dam to the canvas and stays perched on the top turnbuckle. Van Dam rolls onto his back as Hardy dives off the turnbuckles with a LEG DROP!!! Hardy connects perfectly, he covers, the ref counts...1...2...RVD kicks out!

The match continues as Hardy lifts up Van Dam but RVD drops Hardy with a jaw-breaker, Hardy falls into the corner in a seated position. Van Dam runs at him with a DROPKICK INTO THE HEAD OF HARDY!!! Hardy rolls out of the corner and lies flat on the canvas. Van Dam shoots into the ropes.....ROLLING THUNDER!!!! Van Dam covers, the ref counts..1...2..Hardy kicks out. Van Dam is now looking frustrated as he picks up Hardy and snap-mares him into the centre of the ring. Van Dam goes for another twirling leg drop but Hardy moves out of the way and Van Dam goes ass first into the canvas. Hardy gets to his feet and dropkicks the seated champion in the spine. Hardy covers but only gets a two count. Hardy pulls Van Dam to his feet but Van Dam breaks free of the grip and fires forearm smashes to Hardy, Hardy staggers back and Van Dam goes for a high roundhouse kick but Hardy blocks it and kicks Van Dam in the gut....TWIST OF FATE!!!! Hardy rolls RVD over and covers him. The ref counts...1...2..NO! RVD gets a shoulder up at the very last second.

Hardy sits bewildered, he has hit RVD with the Side Effect, Second Rope Leg Drop and now the Twist of Fate but none of them could put away the champion. Hardy pulls himself to his feet as he sees RVD lying on his back in the middle of the ring. Hardy starts to climb up the turnbuckles facing towards the crowd. Hardy gets to the top, he has a quick look over his shoulder and then.....MOONSAULT!!! But Van Dam rolls out of the way and Hardy crashes into the canvas sternum first!!!!!

Hardy writhes in pain as he rolls onto his back holding his ribs and chest. Van Dam slowly rolls onto the apron and then up the turnbuckles until he is on top. RVD looks down to Hardy....FIVE STAR FROG SPLASH!!!!!! RVD writhes in pain as he holds his ribs before pinning Hardy. The ref counts...1...2...3!!! Van Dam retains @ 18.11


“One of a Kind” plays as we get replays of the top moments of the match up. Van Dam manages to get to his feet and starts to celebrates. Hardy pulls himself up and he and Van Dam are face to face in the centre of the ring. The music stops as Hardy claps his hands and offers his hand to Van Dam,. The fans applaud this sportsmen behaviour... as RVD accepts the handshake to end this great contest the way it started but HARDY KICKS VAN DAM IN THE GROIN!!!! The fans boo profusely as Hardy walks out of the ring and up the entrance way.







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The Coach is backstage with The Undisputed Champion The Rock. Rocky starts the interview by telling the fans that Finally The Rock has come back to Nashville. Rock carries on to say that he is up against of the greatest of all time. Rock puts over Flairs accomplishments and builds him up, Rock finished the interview by saying that he is “the man” now, and that it is up to Ric Flair to Bring It and to bring it everything he has, because The Rock wants the absolute best from Ric Flair. If Ya Smelllll. What The Rock....is coookin'.






Tag Team Championship Match: Hulk Hogan & Big Show © vs. Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle
Match Summary: All four men have been waiting for this match, both teams need to prove a point to the other tonight. We start with Angle and Hogan. Hogan uses his power to gain control early on in the match. Frequent tags with the Big Show helps his team stay fresh as they work over Angle. However Angle gets back in the match when he drops Hogan with a Belly to Belly Suplex. Angle works over Hogans back as he tags in Jericho. Chris Jericho and Kurt Angle now take it in turns to single out Hogan and keep him from making a tag to Big Show. Minutes pass as Jericho and Angle work over Hogan, who has a had a few small comebacks but was never able to make the tag.

Hogan and Jericho are the legal men as both men collide in the centre of the ring with a double clothesline. Both men crawl their way over to their corner but it is Hogan who gets there first and tags in Show but Angle has entered the ring and distracted the referee. The ref turns around and tells Show to get back on the apron as he did not see the tag. As Show argues with the ref, Kurt pulls Jericho right next to the corner he is in. Show finally gets back on the apron as Kurt leans over and tags himself in. Kurt rushes over and pulls Hogan back into the centre of the ring. Angle works over Hogan and attempts a MOONSAULT!! but Angle missed and Hogan makes the tag. Show takes down Angle and Jericho comes in but is taken down by Show for his efforts. Show signals for the chokeslam but Jericho chopblocks Show down to his knees. Angle then tags in Jericho, Show is still on his knees as Jericho drops him with the one handed bulldog. Jericho then hits the LIONSAULT. The ref counts but only gets a two count. Jericho then tries to lock Show in the WALLS OF JERICHO but Show is to strong and powers out of it and tags in Hogan.

Hogan drops Jericho with a Big Boot and drops the IMMORTAL LEG DROP on Jericho! Hogan covers, the ref counts...1...2...Angle pulls Hogan off Jericho with the ANKLE LOCK!!!!!!!! Hogan screams in pain but Show grabs Angle around the throat.....SHOWSTOPPER!!!!! Show turns around and Jericho knocks himout of the ring with a RUNNING ENZUGIRI!!!!!!!!!!!! Jericho turns around as Hogan lifts him up and drops him with a Body Slam. Hogan shoots into the ropes and then down onto Jericho with the IMMORTAL LEG DROP!!!! Hogan pins and gets the win to retain the tag team titles @ 16.44.







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The camera cuts to the womens locker room where Trish and Stacy are sitting. Stacy wishes Trish luck for her title match tomorrow night and Trish says that she will beat that bitch for what she did to Lita last week. At that moment Molly Holly walks into the room, Trish stands up and Molly and Trish are face to face. Molly tells Trish that she has no chance of winning and that she will come out on top. Molly steps back as Stacy looks on as Trish and Molly keep eye contact as Molly steps out of the room.






“Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. “The Outsider” Scott Hall
Match Summary: Hall is very tentative to start and stalls before locking up a few times but eventually they do and it is Austin who backs Hall into the corner. No clean break though and Austin is already stomping a mud-hole into Hall, who quickly retreats to the apron to make the referee pull Austin away from him. Austin breaks away to avoid being disqualified as Hall gets back in the ring. The match continues as they lock up for a second time but this time it is Hall with a knee to the gut of Austin. Hall works over Austin for the next few minutes, Austin tries to mount an a comeback on several occasions but Hall keeps bringing the momentum back to him. Hall and Austin eventually brawl to the outside and where Hall whips Austin into the steel ring post., Both men continue to brawl back and forth until they end up back in the ring.

Austin reverses an Irish Whip attempt and drops Hall with the Lou Thez Press. Ausitn unloads with a flurry of right hands hitting Hall in the head. Austin gets back to his feet and Hall is up as well. Austin chops Hall across the chest and takes him back in the corner where he mud-hole stomps him for the second time in this match. Austin pulls Hall to his feet and shoots him into the ropes, Austin ducks his head for a back body-drop but Hall kicks Austin to regain momentum. Hall then shoots Austin into the ropes, Austin bounces off the ropes and Hall drops him with Samoan Drop! Hall covers but is only able get a two count. Hall lifts up Austin and signals for the OUTSIDERS EDGE!! But Austin back body-drops Hall onto the canvas. Austin climbs the second rope and delivers a bionic elbow drop to the heart of the outsider. Austin pulls himself to his feet as Hall staggers up.....STONE COLD STUNN....NO! Hall slides down and rolls out of the ring.....

The fans boo, but Austin quickly comes to the outside too, but Hall swings up and BASEBALL TO THE HEAD!!!!!! Hall pulled the baseball bat from under the ring and nailed Austin with it, right in front of the referee. The ref calls for the bell and Austin wins this by DQ @ 10.11. The fans boo as Hall rolls Austin back in the ring. Hall drives the BASEBALL BAT INTO THE SPINE OF AUSTIN!!! The fans boo as Hall gets a spray paint can from ringside and sprays “Hall 3:16” on the back of a prone Austin. “Outsider” plays as Hall stands tall over Stone Cold.







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Camera cuts to a darkened room with there is a chair facing away from the camera. The chair spins around as Goldust is sitting in the chair. His golden wig is covering his face. Goldust says that “tomorrow night, everyone will never forget the name of.........ohhhhhh.....Golllldusssssst.......”






Street Fight: Kevin Nash vs. Triple H
Match Summary: Triple H came down to the ring first, dressed in his jeans and t-shirt it was obvious that he was not looking for a wrestling match with Big Sexy. “Nash Power” hit the PA system as Kevin Nash in his typical ring attire made his way down to the ring. Nash got in the ring and the match immediately began with an exchange of punches instigated by The Game. The match quickly turned into an all out brawl as they took the fight to the outside early on. Nash got the upper hand by whipping Hunter into the steel steps and then clotheslining him into the front of the crowd. Nash and Triple H then battled up some stairs in the crowd before making their way backstage. As the match spilled into the empty corridors of the arena, Nash used cable to choke The Game and mounted him and pounded down with right hands. They battled towards the wall where there was a window. Nash tried to Big boot The Games head into the window but HHH moved out of way and Nash’s foot smashed the window!
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Triple H gets a breather from the punishment as Nash screams out in pain trying to remove the broken shatters of glass from his boot. Nash shakes it off as he walks down the corridor and through the curtain onto the entrance ramp. HHH is not far behind as the match finally ends up back in the ring. Triple H takes Nash down with a single-leg and then hits an elbow drop onto Nash’s left knee. Triple H then gets back to his feet and removes the top turnbuckle, exposing the steel. HHH tries to ram Nash into the exposed turnbuckle but Nash blocks it and knocks Triple H back into the middle of the ring. HHH tries to Irish Whip Nash, but Nash reverses it and sends HHH spine first into the exposed turnbuckle. The pace slows as HHH writhes in pain and Nash slides to the outside and picks up a steel chair.
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Nash is back in the ring and he hits Triple H in the spine with the steel chair!! Hunter writhes in pain as Nash covers him for a 2 count. Nash then lifts up Hunter and drives him down to the mat with a sidewalk slam! Nash covers but again HHH kicks out at 2. Nash props the chair out so it is set up in the middle of the ring, he shoots HHH into the ropes but HHH hooks onto the ropes to stop him running towards Nash. Nash then runs towards Triple H but Hunter kicks him in the mid-section and fires hard right hands at the big man. HHH pushes Nash towards the centre of the ring and then whips him across the ring…..SPINEBUSTER ON NASH ONTO THE STEEL CHAIR!!!! HHH covers…1…2… Nash gets a shoulder up.
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The chair is mangled, Kevin Nash’s back is mangled and Triple H is starting to regain control of the match. HHH mounts Nash fires down a vicious series of punches. The referee can do nothing but watch as HHH keeps firing down, 10, 15, 20 times. Finally Triple H gets off him and stands up. The crowd is going nuts as Triple H screams out in a mixture of pain and anger. HHH delivers a running knee drop to Nash and then rolls to the outside. HHH looks under the ring and brings out the Sledgehammer!!! The fans gasp as Nash starts to make his way back up in the ring. HHH slides back in the ring with the deadly weapon in his hand. HHH swings at Nash but Nash drives Big Boot into the skull of The Game, making him drop the weapon. Nash regains his posture as Triple H starts to get to his feet. Nash kicks HHH in the gut……JACK KNIFE POWERBOMB!!! NO! Triple H double leg takedowns Nash and Catapaults him HEAD FIRST INTO THE EXPOSED TURNBUCKLE!!! Nash is groggy in the corner, literally only being held on his feet by resting on the turnbuckles. Triple H makes his way back to his feet and pulls Nash out of the corner…..PEDIGREE!!!!! HHH connects, Nash is done, but Triple H is sitting on the canvas, he looks at the downed Nash, the referee is already in place make the count but Triple H isn’t taking it. HHH looks across the ring and points towards the Sledgehammer!!! The crowd erupts as HHH starts to get to his feet, HHH picks up the hammer as HBK runs down towards ringside, HBK gets on the apron and pleads with Hunter not to use the hammer. HBK gets a mixed reaction from the fans, some obviously are happy to see him, but others don’t want him interfere in the match. HHH tells Michaels that he has to do this, he turns around as Nash is on his knees in front of him, Nash with a DOUBLE HANDED LOW BLOW TO TRIPLE H!!!!! The fans boo, as Michaels has backed off the apron, HHH is down, Nash is down, the sledgehammer is out of play…..
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Nash slowly makes his way to his feet. He picks up the Sledgehammer as Michaels gets on the apron and now tries to tell Nash not to do it. Nash tells Michaels to “stay out of it”. Triple H slowly gets to his feet….SLEDGEHAMMER TO THE SKULL OF TRIPLE H!!!!! Michaels shakes his head in disgust as he gets in the ring and tries to keep Kevin Nash away from Triple H. Michaels pleads Nash and Nash finally drops the Sledgehammer. Nash raises his fist high in the air as the fans boo. Triple H starts to stir as he is a now wears a crimson mask thanks to the sledgehammer hit. Michaels climbs back onto the apron still having words with Nash. But Nash picks up the Sledgehammer again!!! He raises it high in the air but Michaels grabs it from the apron and pulls it off Nash, Nash turns around and reaps it back off Michaels and then tries to hit Michaels with it, but Michaels jumps off the apron and onto the floor below. Nash turns around as HHH is just about to his feet. Nash delivers A SECOND SLEDGEHAMMER SHUT TO THE SKULL OF TRIPLE H!!! Nash drops to the canvas and pins Hunter. The ref counts…1…2…3!!! Nash picks up the win @ 23.44. “Nash Power” plays as Nash stands tall over Triple H, with Shawn Michaels watching from the outside. Nash makes his way to the back as Michaels slides into the ring to check on his friend. Officials and Medical staff rush down to the ring as they begin stretcher Triple H out of the ring and to a nearby medical facility.








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Backstage and Kevin Kelly is standing by with Torrie Wilson and Billy Kidman. Torrie looks very happy now that she is back with Kidman and no longer with Tajiri. Kidman is congratulated for pinning Tajiri in a tag team match last week on SmackDown. Kelly then tells Kidman that he will get a shot at the Cruiserweight Championship this week on SmackDown and what his thoughts are on this. Kidman replies by saying it feels great to be back with Torrie and that he has proven he can beat Tajiri last week, and next week when the the title is on the line, he is not just winning it for himself, but also for all those times Tajiri degraded Torrie.






WWE Undisputed Championship Match: The Rock © vs. “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair
Match Summary: The crowd is electric as the two men battling for the biggest prize in the industry lock up, Flair takes Rock into a side-headlock. Rock shoots him off and Flair drops him with a shoulder barge. Rock gets back to his feet as Flair lets out a giant “woooo” and slicks his hair back before circling the ring once again. This time it is The Rock who takes Flair down, Flair gets back up and Rock poses himself. Flair and Rock seem to trying to get into each others heads as this match begins. They go to lock up again but this time Flair pushes Rock back into the corner. The ref asks for a clean break and it looks like Flair has done so, but at the last second he chops Rock in the chest!! Flair unleashes a flurry of chops as Rock writhes in pain holding his chest. Rock staggers out of the corner as Flair chop-blocks Rocks leg. Flair starts to work over Rocks leg and knee in particular as this match progresses.

Rock gets back into the match and drops Flair with a huge DDT!!! Rock gets a two count and begins to work over Flair in the corner and drives him to the canvas with hip-tosses and clotheslines, but Flair gets back in the match with an eye rake. Flair then drives Rocks eye into the top rope, burning it all the way across. The fans are loving the heel tactics by Flair who has taken control of the match again. Flair catches Rock with a school boy and uses the tights but can only get a two count. Flair goes for a small package with the tights being held again but Rock kicks out again. Flair focuses back on Rocks knee and locks in the FIGURE FOUR LEG LOCK!!!!!! Rock writhes in pain as Flair uses the rope to gain extra leverage behind the referees back. Rock keeps trying to tell the referee Flair has hold of the ropes, but Flair releases before the referee can see what is going on. Eventually Rock manages to grab the ropes himself to break the hold.

Flair decides to take a risk and go to the top rope, he dives of but Rock catches him in the mid-section with a punch on the way down. Flair flips onto the canvas as Rock takes Flair into the corner and stomps him into a seated position. Rock pulls Flair up and unleashes his own set of knife hand chops to the master of the chops! Rock suplexes Flair and sets him up for the ROCK BOTTOM!!! but Flair fights out of it.

Flair shoots Rock into the ropes but Rock reverses it and Flair comes back at The Rock...SPINEBUSTER!!!! Rocky spins around and stands above Flair. Rock looks up to the jam-packed arena of fans looking on. Rock removes his elbow pad and shoots into the ropes.....PEOPLES. ELB... No Wait, Flair grabs Rocks hovering leg and pulls him onto the canvas......FIGURE FOUR LEG LOCK!!!!!! Rocky writhes in agony as Flair has the move on once again. This time the both men are in the centre of the ring. Flair is too far from the ropes to gain the extra leverage but that also means that The Rock is nowhere near the ropes to break the hold. Flair wrenches on the hold as Rockys shoulders go flat against the mat. The ref counts as Rocks shoulders are down...1....2... Rock gets his shoulder up.

Rock lifts back up to a seated position as Flair keeps torquing the legs. Rock drops back down as the ref counts Rocks shoulders down again.1...2.. Rock gets a shoulder again. The crowd is split, there is a “woooo” chant as well as a “Rocky, Rocky” chant. The fans start to clap as Rock begins to try and turn Flair onto his belly. Flair reaches out put is too far away from the ropes to stop the turn and Rock turns it!!!! PRESSURE ON FLAIRS LEG!!!!

The referee spins around to Flair who is no screaming in agony. Rocky manages to adjust himself and starts to sit up.....ROCKY SHARPSHOOTER ON RIC FLAIR!!!!! Rock managed to adapt the reverse figure four into the Sharpshooter!!!! Flair is screaming and screaming in pain.......The pain continues as Flair begins to inch his way over to the ropes to break the hold. Rock lets go to avoid being disqualified as both men are down on the canvas. Rocks knees are hurt, Flairs back is hurt, both men use the ropes to pull themselves up and it is Rock who is up first...Flair is up second and the match continues..

Rock fires a hard open palm to the head of Flair...Flair staggers and fires a knife hand chop to the great one....Rock fires back.....Flair with another chop....palm hand...knife hand...palm hand....knife hand...palm hand...palm hand....palm hand...Rock goes for the big right hand but Flair delivers a knife hand chop with all his might chopping Rocky down to the canvas. Flair grabs Rocks leg and goes for the FIGURE FOUR LEG LOCK!! one more time, but Rock pushes Flair off and Flair goes shoulder first into the steel ring post!!! Rock pulls himself up as he stalks behind Flair.....Flair pulls himself out of the corner and turns around....ROCK BOTTOM!!!! Rock nails it, Rock covers, the ref counts...1...2...3!!! Rocky defeated the nature boy @ 19.33 to retain his title. “If Ya Smell What The Rock is Cookin....” plays as The Rock celebrates to end the show.







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Spoiler for Judgment Day Results:
Kane & Jeff Hardy def. Kama & D-Von Dudley in a Tables Match
DDP def. William Regal by DQ – Regal retains the European Title
Undertaker def. Edge
Bubba Ray Dudley def. Christian & Lance storm to win the Hardcore Title
Hulk Hogan & Big Show def. Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle to retain the Tag Team Titles
Steve Austin def. Scott Hall by DQ
Kevin Nash def. Triple H in a Street Fight
The Rock def. Ric Flair to retain the WWE Undisputed Title

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