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WWF Title: The Rock vs. Chris Benoit, WWF Intercontinental Title (steel cage match): Val Venis vs. Rikishi, Last Man Standing Match: Triple H vs. Chris Jericho, WWF Tag Team Titles: Edge & Christian vs. The Acolytes, WWF European Title: Eddie Guererro vs. Perry Saturn, The Undertaker vs. Kurt Angle, Tazz vs. Al Snow, The Hardy Boyz & Lita vs. T&A & Trish Stratus Written by Anonymous

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Fully Loaded 2000
24 June 2005 | by (England) – See all my reviews

This was a very good PPV but for some reason Kane and The Dudley Boyz were not on the card.

Match 1 pitted Lita and The Hardy Boyz against Test, Albert and Trish Stratus. This was an enjoyable match which surprised me because I thought Albert done a good job.

Next up Tazz took on Al Snow. This was a technical master piece, but there was hardly no build up to this match which spoilt things, but Tazz won with the Tazz Submission. Overall a very good match.

Next up Edge and Christian battled The APA in a boring match. Edge was about to hit Faarooq with a chair and the referee Jim Korderas shouted to him 'Don't do it Edge' so what did he do?! You guessed it whacked him with a steel chair! The APA won the match via DQ.

Next up Rikishi took it to Val Venis in a steel cage match. This saw Rikishi jump off the top of the cage onto Venis! Overall not bad, Venis managed to squeeze a good match out of Rikishi which was a bloody miracle. Venis won when Tazz knocked Rikishi out with a camera.

The next match was way too long. Kurt Angle battled The Undertaker in a fine but like I said in a long match. Taker won when he Last Rided Angle. Again like Taker vs Angle, the Last Man Standing Match between Chris Jericho and Triple H was too long, but it was enjoyable.

Then Chris Benoit tried to take away the Heavyweight Title away from The Rock. He succeeded but only for about 60 seconds when Mick Foley came down and ordered the match to continue. This was because Earl Hebner, the referee thought Rock knocked him out, but it was actually Benoit who knocked Hebner out. Rock won with a Rock Bottom.

Overall a very good PPV!

Trish/T&A vs Hardyz/Lita - 8/10 Tazz vs Al Snow - 8.5/10 Edge and Christian vs APA - 5/10 Taker vs Angle - 7.5/10 Eddie Guerrero vs Perry Saturn - 7.5/10 Rikishi vs Venis - 7.5/10 HHH vs Y2J - 8/10 Rock vs Benoit - 9/10


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