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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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Gene Okerlund accidentally calls Earthquake by his real name during the gimmick battle royal. See more »

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Jim Ross: Austin and McMahon might as well urinate on the Rock thats what they done to him.
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A Great Night
10 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was honestly one of the better Wrestlemania events in a long time.

Match 1: Chris Jericho (c) vs William Regal for the Intercontinental Championship - This feud was one of the more entertaining feuds in 2001. This match was an impressive opener for WWE's secondary championship. Jericho had all the momentum in this particular match and it all really carried him to retaining the title. Decent match.

Match 2: Tazz & The APA vs The Right to Censor - Just a time filler. The concept of making sure everyone gets time at the biggest event of all time is a nice concept, but this would have been more a Sunday Night Heat match. Tazz & The APA take the win.

Match 3: Raven (c) vs Kane vs Big Show in a Triple Threat Hardcore match for the Hardcore Championship - One of the more extreme matches of the night. Raven does all he can to retain (you hear this a lot in Heyman's commentary). The match is a solid falls count anywhere war for the Hardcore title. Big Show and Kane dominate Raven and each other the entire time. In the end Kane throws both men off the stage to win the title.

Match 4: Test (c) vs Eddie Guerrero for the European Championship - The European Championship is always booked a little higher than the Intercontinental Championship at Wrestlemania for some reason, but this was actually a very good title match for the mid-card. Test fends off attacks from Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko most of the match, while maintaning to defend against Guerrero. In the end the distractions pay off when Guerrero hits Test with the belt to begin his second run as European Champion.

Match 5: Kurt Angle vs Chris Benoit - Next to the main event this was a match of the night candidate. Benoit and Angle look to lock on every single submission in the universe. The two have this epic battle that is Wrestlemania worthy. Angle and Benoit both come out as heels in this feud, even though most side over with Benoit. The match turns out very well. In the end Angle gets the win. Benoit chases him to the back and locks on the crossface for payback.

Match 6: Ivory (c) vs Chyna for the Women's Championship - Absolute squash match. Chyna comes out and tosses Ivory around, finally scoring the win and earning her first Women's title.

Match 7: Shane McMahon vs Vince McMahon in a Street Fight - Mick Foley plays the unbiased turned biased referee in this match. A very hardcore war between both father and son. The whole story line was the higher rated segment of the show. Vince beats his son with Linda at ringside. In the end she raises from her chair and hits a low blow on Vince. Shane then takes off from this and gets the win over his dad.

Match 8: The Dudley Boyz (c) vs Edge & Christian vs The Hardy Boyz in the TLC II match for the WWF Tag Team Championship - A pretty good spotfest. Tons of tables, ladders and chairs in the match. It started pretty fast with a lot of good spots. The spear in mid air from Edge to Jeff Hardy was the best of the match. Jeff Hardy as well took the match to incredible heights with his daredevil attitude. Spike Dudley, Rhino and Lita all interfere for their respective teams. In the end Edge & Christian, with help from Rhino, win the tag gold again.

Match 9: Gimmick Battle Royal - Entertaining match. The Iron Sheik wins by lastly eliminating Hillbilly Jim. Sgt. Slaughter locks on his submission to restore his rivalry with the Sheik. Classic stuff.

Match 10: Triple H vs The Undertaker - The first meeting between these two main event caliber stars. They went all through the crowd and hit each other with a ton of weapons while the referee was down. Triple H makes you think that he is clearly on the road to ending Taker's streak, but it all comes to a head when Undertaker hits the Last Ride for the win and to extend his Wrestlemania win streak. Excellent match.

Match 11: The Rock (c) vs Stone Cold Steve Austin for the WWF Championship - The greatest encounter of the night. These two always put on a top form match against each other. With the no disqualification rules they take it to one another with every inch of weapon that they can find. In the end Vince McMahon comes out and when you wonder why he is out there you suddenly see him align himself with his longtime enemy Stone Cold Steve Austin. They beat down the Rock and Stone Cold finally regains the WWF Championship.


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