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WWF Title: Triple H vs. The Big Show vs. The Rock, WWF Intercontinental Title: Chyna vs. Chris Jericho, WWF Tag Team Titles: The New Age Outlaws vs. Mankind & Al Snow, Kane vs. X-Pac, Kurt Angle vs. Shawn Stasiak, The Hollys & Too Cool vs. Edge, Christian & The Hardy Boyz, The Godfather, D'Lo Brown & The Headbangers vs. The Acolytes & The Dudley Boyz, The British Bulldog & The Mean Street Posse vs. Steve Blackman, Val Venis, Gangrel & Mark Henry, The Fabulous Moolah, Tori, Mae Young & Debra vs. Terri, Ivory, Luna & Jacqueline Written by Anonymous

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This was "Stone Cold" Steve Austin's and Debra's final appearance with the WWE until the SmackDown! event before Backlash 2000, as he was run over by a car (later revealed to be driven by Rikishi) during the event. The Big Show replaced Austin in the main event. The Big Show was also in a 4-on-1 match against the Big Boss Man's team; he was originally slated to team up with Kaientai (Taka Michinoku & Funaki) and The Blue Meanie, but he attacked them on Sunday Night Heat prior to the PPV because he wanted to go alone into the match. This was also the televised debut of Kurt Angle. See more »

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Jim Ross: Good God Almighty for God's sake that car just ran over Austin.
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Follows WWF WrestleFest '97 (1997) See more »

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It was okay
15 July 2001 | by (Santa Paula, California) – See all my reviews

This was an okay ppv with some ups, and some downs. The first match was good. It was fun to see the Acolytes and the Dudleys turn on each other and lose the match. Kurt Angle had his first match in the WWF against Shawn Stasiak. I don't know why he got so much hype before he debuted; his first opponent was Shawn Stasiak for God's sake. The X-Pac, Kane match was a dissapointment. The eight man tag matches were okay, except for the women's (it was too short, in my view and the teams were mis-matched). The IC title match between Jericho and Chyna was great. The WWF title match was good also. Austin getting hit by the car was a little weird, though. I mean, if I saw a car coming at me, I think I'd try to run.


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