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WrestleMania X-Seven (2001)

TV-14 | | Action, Sport | TV Special 1 April 2001
WWF Title: The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, WWF Intercontinental Title: Chris Jericho vs. William Regal, WWF tag Team Titles (TLC Match): The Hardy Boyz vs. The Dudley Boyz vs. Edge & ... See full summary »

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WWF Title: The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, WWF Intercontinental Title: Chris Jericho vs. William Regal, WWF tag Team Titles (TLC Match): The Hardy Boyz vs. The Dudley Boyz vs. Edge & Christian, WWF Hardcore Title: Raven vs. The Big Show vs. Kane, WWF Women's Title: Ivory vs. Chyna, Vince McMahon vs. Shane McMahon, Tazz & The Acolytes vs. The Right To Censor, Chris Benoit vs. Kurt Angle, Triple H vs. The Undertaker, The Gimmick Battle Royal, WWF European Title:Test Vs. Eddie Guerrero Written by Anonymous

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The APA and Tazz vs. Right to Censor match was the last PPV appearance for the Right to Censor gimmick. Val Venis, Barry "Bull" Buchanan, and The Goodfather (Charles Wright) were shipped off to WWE's developmental promotion Ohio Valley Wrestling to rehab injuries and because they would not have fit in with the promotion-wide face turn done in anticipation of the Invasion angle. Steven Richards, who was in their corner, and Ivory, who dropped the WWF Women's Championship to Chyna, both disappeared, aside from a one-off appearance at Insurrextion 2001, until coming back for the Invasion angle as part of the WCW/ECW Alliance. Richards' next PPV appearance would be as the manager for Kronik at Unforgiven 2001 in September, and Ivory's next PPV appearance would be as the manager for Lance Storm at No Mercy 2001. Venis and Wright, going back to being The Godfather, would not return until Royal Rumble 2002, while Buchanan would not return until Armageddon 2002 as B-2, the lackey for John Cena. See more »

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Eddie Guerrero trips on the ring ropes and falls out of the ring in front of a startled Perry Saturn. See more »

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Jim Ross: [Stone Cold locks The Rock in the Million Dollar Dream] The Million Dollar Dream! Austin taught that hold by Ted DiBiase when he was the Ringmaster!
Paul Heyman: What won't Steve Austin do to become the champion?
Jim Ross: Austin hasn't used that maneuver in years!
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Unbelievable
15 May 2001 | by (Glasgow, Scotland) – See all my reviews

When sitting down to watch this I hoped that what I would see would be impressive and maybe even match some of the WWF's highlights over the last few years (Survivor Series 1998 springs to mind). I was not disappointed. With the exception of the Women's title match and the European title match every fight was better than average match. Particular highlights were:

Kurt Angle v Chris Benoit. An excellent and brave match considering how out of vogue purely technical matches seem to be these days.

Vince McMahon v Shane McMahon. A bit predictable at times but it shows that despite being the son of a multi-millionaire (billionaire?) Shane is a superb athlete and is willing to put his body on the line for the company (see Backlash 2001 for further proof).

T.L.C. II. I thought the original Tables, Ladders and Chairs match was impressive, this one was better, more competitors, more destruction of tables and more destruction of bodies. How the wrestlers manage to do this is beyond me.

Triple H v The Undertaker. Everything about this match was good, from Triple H's entrance to a live performance of his music by Motorhead to the ending with some excellent wrestling in between. Triple H really has proven himself to be the best in the WWF. Not the most popular or the most photogenic, but the best at selling his own moves and selling his opponents moves. He seems to be one of the few wrestlers who will make himself look bad or cowardly to make others look good.

The Rock v Stone Cold Steve Austin. What was looking to be a good match between the WWF's two most popular fighters was taken far beyond expectations with the most unexpected and shocking heel turn for a long time. When The Rock turned heel at Survivor Series 1998 it was surprising, and made that Pay-Per-View the best I had ever seen. Stone Cold's turn was more shocking and pushed this one close to Survivor Series 1998.

What totally confirmed this PPV as the WWF's best ever was the highlights shown immediately afterwards. As 'My Way' by Limp Bizkit played over action from earlier in the night the full extent of how good this event had been was shown. Hopefully somehow this will be improved upon but I have absolutely no idea how.


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