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(2000 TV Special)

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Solid show
A very solid, complete show & a darn good card to end the year 2000 for the WWF. The "Hell in a Cell" battle was indeed that. The IC title must be seen, just to see Billy Gunn's push effectively killed. Lots more decent stuff here. Like I said, a solid show overall. Recommended.
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lord i'm coming home 2 u
Ruthsofnashville12 July 2003
Yes, the world wrestling federation intended 4 "the End" from the doors to be the soundtrack but as the show kicked off you could here swet home alabama in the background. this was the seecond of 3 hell in a cells i've seen Kotr'98 (short but cool) & WM XV but this my absolute favorite because there's action happening everywhere when i saw recaps on recap shows it look likerikishi sat down through the cell. I thought rikishi would be gone for a long time but he was at the rumble the next month. y2j vs. kane said y2j was ready to b a player for the championship. 2 1/2 years later they await word from ralphus so they can officialy restart his wcw career. Chyna/val venis+dud elimination match taught us the value of bendability awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww... triple threat short & sucked. tag bout coo euro match sad.
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Recap of Armageddon 2000 (Last PPV of the year)
Spawn Devil26 June 2002
Match 1: 6 Person Intergender Elimination Match Hardy Boys and Lita vs Eddie Guerrero, Dean Malenko, and Perry Saturn w/ Terri Match starts off with the Hardys clearing the ring. Hardys double team Eddie. Jeff flies out over the top on Eddie and Dean. Jeff backdrops Eddie. Jeff blocks a top rope huricanrana by Eddie. Jeff counters with the swanton bomb on Eddie for the elimination. Poetry in motion on Dean. Saturn eliminates Jeff with the death valley driver. Matt bulldogs Saturn for a two count. Saturn counters the twist of fate with a suplex. Matt with a second rope legdrop on Saturn. Twist of fate on Saturn for the elimination. Terri comes in the ring and slaps Matt. Lita spears Terri. Dean rolls up Matt for the elimination. Lita with a headscissors takeover on Dean. Lita goes up top and hits the moonsault on Dean for a two count. Lit ddt's Dean. Dean hits a superplex on Lita but pulls her up from the pin. Backbreaker by Dean and he pulls Lita up from the pin. Texas cloverleaf on Lita for the submission win. Winner: Dean Malenko

Match 2: European Championship William Regal vs. Hardcore Holly Regal does some mic work before the match and gets interupted by Holly's entrance. Match starts off right away with Holly attacking Regal. Regal and Holly trade punches on the outside. Regal posts Holly. Belly to back suplex by Holly for a two count. Holly goes up top and Regal raises his boot when he comes down. Regal with a superplex for a two count. Holly backdrops Regal for a two count. Clothesline followed up with a dropkick by Holly. Holly goes up top and hits a leg drop for a two count. Regal powerbombs Holly. Regal stretch but Holly makes it to the ropes. Holly hits Regal with the stiff arm. Raven comes in and ddt's Holly. Regal gets the easy pin. Winner: William Regal

Match 3: Chyna vs Val Venis w/ Ivory Match starts off with Chyna attacking Val in the aisle. Chyna whips Val into the ring steps. Drop toe hold by Chyna. Chyna kicks Val down in the corner. Double arm ddt by Chyna for a two count. Side russian leg sweep by Val for a two count. Val throws Chyna out of the ring and Ivory gets her shots in. Val with a double underhook suplex for a two count. Val slams Chyna then misses a elbow drop. Chyna with a backbody drop followed up by a neckbreaker for a two count. Clothesline by Chyna for a two count. Powerslam by Val. Val goes up top and misses the money shot. Ivory trips up Chyna. Chyna leaves the ring to go after her. Val intercepts and hits the fishermen's suplex for the pin. After the match Chyna pulls Ivory in the ring but Val comes back in and powerbombs Chyna. Winner: Val Venis

Match 4: Last Man Standing Kane vs. Chris Jericho Match starts off with Kane attacking Jericho in the aisle. Match quickly goes to the back. Jericho and Kane both briefly attacked Mideon because he was in the way in the back. They make their way back to the ring. Jericho posts Kane and then slams his head off the ring steps. Jericho goes up top and connects with a back elbow. Jericho clotheslines Kane out of the ring. kane catches Jericho in a bear hug and drives his spine into the ring post. Kane powerslams Jericho on the floor. Kane slams Jericho's head into the ring steps. Kane with a backbreaker. Kane kicks Jericho down in the corner. Kane grabs Jericho by his hair and hangs him over his back. Kane walks into a big foot from Jericho. Kane misses an elbow drop. Jericho hits a spinning heel kick. Jericho tried the lionsault but Kane raised his knees. Kane goes up top and connects with a clothesline. Kane chokeslams Jericho. Kane brings a chair in the ring and hits Jericho in the stomach and back with it. Jericho low blows Kane and hits a ddt. Jericho hits Kane in the head with the chair. Jericho with a flying forearm. Jericho goes up top and hits a missile dropkick. Jericho with a bulldog. Jericho places the chair on Kane's face and does the lionsault on it, which hurt Jericho at the same time. Kane with a big boot to Jericho. Kane press slams Jericho out of the ring to the floor. Kane follows out and drags Jericho up the aisle and into the tech area. Jericho bulldogs Kane off a storage case onto a table, twice. Jericho tips over a ton of stacked barrels on top of Kane. Jericho is declared the winner as Kane could never get up. Winner: Chris Jericho

Match 5: Tag Team Championship Right to Censor vs. Edge & Christian vs. Dudley Boyz vs. Road Dogg & K-Kwik Match starts off with RTC attacking the Dudleys. Dvon with a back elbow on Bull. Goodfather hits Dvon with the ho train. Dudleys double clothesline Goodfather for a two count. Buh Buh and RoadDogg do a double juke n jive on E & C. Kwik and RoadDogg double team Edge. Kwik with a sidekick on Edge. Goodfather works on Kwik's arm. Kwik with a neckbreaker on Edge. Buh Buh tagged in and cleans house. All hell breaks loose. Goodfather with a shoulder breaker on Kwik. Nutcraker suite on Edge. Dudleys clothesline RTC with a table. Dvon clotheslines Edge off of Buh Buh's shoulders. 3D on Bull. 3D on Goodfather. Nutcracker suite on Christian. Richards ddt's Dvon on a table. Edge spears Buh Buh for a two count. Christian hits the tomakazie on Buh Buh for the pin. Christian was not the legal man. Winners and new Tag Team Champions: Edge and Christian

Match 6: Intercontinental Championship Chris Benoit vs. "The One" Billy Gunn Match starts off with Benoit stomping on Gunn. Drop toe hold by Gunn. Gunn throws Benoit out of the ring. Gunn posts Benoit. Back in the ring Benoit places Gunn's leg around the ropes and kicks at his knee. Benoit dropkicks Gunn in the knee. Benoit with a dragon screw leg whip on Gunn. Benoit locks on the figure four. Gunn makes it to the ropes and the hold is broke. Benoit with multiple belly to back suplexes. Benoit goes up top and misses the swan dive headbutt. Powerslam by Gunn for a two count. Gunn press slams Benoit and his knee buckles. Gunn with a jackhammer followed up by the fameasser for a two count. Benoit locks on the crippler crossface but Gunn gets his foot on the rope. Gunn tries a tilt a whirl but his knee buckles again. Gunn walks into a big foot. Benoit locks on the crippler crossface again, this time for the submission. After the match Michael Cole gets a quick interview with Gunn. Gunn says he is not done with Benoit. Winner and new Intercontinental Champion: Chris Benoit

Match 7: Women's Championship Molly Holly vs. Trish Stratus vs. Ivory Match starts off with Molly attacking Trish. Trish monkey flips Molly into a clothesline from Ivory. Trish and Ivory double suplex Molly. Molly goes up top and hits a double crossbody for a two count. Molly knocks Ivory out of the ring. Molly powerbombs Trish. Ivory tosses Molly out. Ivory pins Trish from the Molly powerbomb. Test and Albert comes out and grab Molly. Crash comes out and challenges T & A. The Acolytes come out and destroy T & A. Molly and Crash leave with the Acolytes. Winner: Ivory

Match 8: Six Way Hell in the Cell Match for the Federation Championship Kurt Angle vs. Undertaker vs. Triple H vs. Rock vs. Rikishi vs. Stone Cold Undertaker came out to his new theme music done by Limp Bizkit. Match starts off on the outside with Austin attacking Angle. Austin slams Triple H into the cage. Rock clotheslines Rikishi. UT with a running clothesline on Angle. UT chokes Angle in the corner. Rock and Rikishi trade blows. Rock with a flying clothesline on Rikishi. Triple H with the facebuster on Austin. Austin with the Lou Thez press on Triple H for a two count. Austin chokes Triple H on the ropes. Triple H with the high knee on Austin. Triple H wraps Austin's leg around the ring post. Rock with a samoan drop on Angle for a two count. UT tosses Angle over the ropes. Triple H suplexes Austin on the floor. Rikishi whips Rock into the cage. Angle slams Rikishi's head into the ring post. UT whips Triple H into a Austin clothesline. Austin rubs Triple H's face on the cage. Rikishi drops a leg on Austin's neck. Triple H pedigrees Rikishi, Rock makes the save. Rock ddt's Triple H, Angle makes the save. Olympic slam on Rock, Austin makes the save. Stunner on Angle, UT makes the save. UT chokeslam on Austin, Triple H makes the save. UT drags Triple H around the ring slamming him into the cage. Austin clotheslines Rikishi. Austin with a Lou Thez press on Rikishi. Vince McMahon, Patterson, and Brisco ride to ringside on the back of a truck and rip the door off the hell in the cell. Vince orders the truck driver to continue ripping the cell down. Mick Foley comes out and orders Vince to stop. Foley attacks Patterson and Brisco. The police come out and take Vince away. The truck with pine chips in the bed stay parked close to the ring. Triple H leaves the cell but Austin chases after him. Austin slams Triple H on a parked car set up as a prop. Austin then uses a boom camera as a swinging weapon on Triple H. All the participants are out of the cage now. Triple H slams Austin face first through a window of a truck. Rock slams Triple H on top of a car. Triple H low blows Rock. Pedigree on Rock on top of the car. UT slams Angle on the hood of a car. Triple H throws UT and Angle head first into a car. Austin catapults Triple H onto the windshield of a car. Austin tries to hit Triple H with a barrel but misses. UT rams Angle's head into the ring bell. UT chokes Angle with the tv cable. Everybody starts making their way back to the cage. Angle blasts UT in the head with a chair. Triple H starts climbing the cage with Austin following him. UT throws Angle into the crowd. Austin and Triple H trade blows on top of the cell. Stunner on Triple H. UT chases Angle to the top of the cell. UT rubs Angle's face on the cage. Triple H starts climbing down the cage. Rikishi starts climbing to the top of the cell with Rock following him. UT hits Angle in the head with a chair. Rikishi hits UT in the back of the head with a chair. Rikishi keeps hitting UT and Angle with the chair. Angle climbs down the cage. UT pushes Rikishi off the top of the cell into the bed of the truck filled with pine chips. Austin and Rock stare at each other in the ring. Both men trade blows. Rock with a spinebuster on Austin. Triple H clotheslines Rock before he can hit the people's elbow on Austin. Rock punches Triple H out of the ring. Rock bottom on Angle, Austin makes the save. Austin with the stunner on Rock, Triple H makes the save. Triple H with a neckbreaker on Austin. Angle sneaks in the ring and pins the Rock who was still laid out from the stunner. After the match Austin nails Angle with the stunner. Winner: Kurt Angle

This PPV deserves a A-
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WWF did great on this show
MotorheadOnly1214 July 2002
They really made up from the last few shows that didn't do as good as expected. Armageddon was a brilliant show for the end of 2000. The Hell in a Cell was the high light for that event. That event had some great matches. I rate it 10/10
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Awesome Main Event
Big Movie Fan28 June 2002
This WWF event was fairly mediocre in most respects but it was saved by a fantastic main event.

I didn't find the undercard that impressive but after watching the main event set in a cage I soon forgot about the lacklustre matches before it. The main event featuring six of the WWF's top stars just blew my mind away. All the competitors for the main event must have spent the next morning with ice packs all over their bodies because the match was brutal throughout. The wrestlers looked as though they were going to kill each other at times and it did have me doubting their sanity throughout but it was still a great match.

I recommend you buy this video and go straight to the main event.
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Exemplifies its era - for better and for worse
gridoon20186 October 2017
Warning: Spoilers
"Armageddon 2000" has a lot of the hallmarks of WWF's "Attitude Era": lots of talk, politically incorrect content, bumps, brawling, gimmicks and carnage - and minimal wrestling. In the first match, Lita puts in a good effort when she's left all alone in the ring against Dean Malenko after the Hardy Boyz have been eliminated. It's easy to forget William Regal vs. Hardcore Holly ever happened. Chyna vs. Val Venis lacks the spark of an intergender match. Kane vs. Chris Jericho in a Last Man Standing match is sleep-inducing until the end. The four-corners Tag Team match is just plain confusing (though the Dudley Boyz are entertaining). Benoit vs. Billy Gunn has the most wrestling of the night. The women's triple-threat lasts 2 minutes!! And the main event, the six-man Hell In A Cell WWF Championship match, is a mess, but the way they tease and prepare the big fall off the top of the cell is effective indeed. **1/2 out of 4.
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WWF goes into Hell!
rcuppen7923 August 2001
Armageddon 2000 is a good show with an excellent main-event: the Hell in a Cell match for the WWF Championship. This PPV contains 8 matches:

1. Kane vs. Chris Jericho in a Last Man Standing Match is a good f fight that greatly uses the talents of both superstars.

2. Chyna vs. Val Venis is ok, but nothing special. 3. William Regal vs. Hardcore Holly is a boring fight and I expected a little bit more out of these two good WWF-superstars.

4. Ivory vs. Molly Holly vs. Trish Stratus was better than I thought.

5. Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn & Eddie Guerrero vs. The Hardy Boyz & Lita was a good yet hardly memorable match. 6. "The One" Billy Gunn vs. Chris Benoit is a standard match but it was fun to watch. 7. Edge & Christian vs. Bull Buchanan & The Goodfather vs. The Dudleyz vs. Road Dogg & K-Kwik could have been better. 8. The Hell in a Cell Match for the WWF-championship. This is definitely the only reason why you should purchase this video. All the best superstars are in it: Kurt Angle, The Rock, Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Triple-H and Rikishi. This match was definitely one of the best matches of the year 2000 and also one of the most brutal ones in the history of the WWF.

The Hell in a Cell-match therefore saves this PPV because there aren't many great matches in this PPV.
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