WWF No Way Out (2002)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Hall ...
Darren Matthews ...
Matt Hyson ...
Peter Senerchia ...
Andrew Martin ...


WWF Undisputed Title: Chris Jericho vs. Steve Austin, WWF Intercontinental Title (Brass Knuckles on a Pole Match): William Regal vs. Edge, WWF Tag Team Titles: Spike Dudley & Tazz vs. Test & Booker T, #1 Contender's Match (winner gets WWF Title shot at Wrestlemania X-8): Triple H vs. Kurt Angle, The Rock vs. The Undertaker, Rob Van Dam vs. Goldust, #1 Contender Tag Team Turmoil Match (winner gets WWF Tag Team Titles shot at Wrestlemania X-8) featuring The Hardy Boyz, The Acolytes, Billy & Chuck, Christian and Lance Storm, Scotty 2 Hotty & Albert, & The Dudley Boyz. Plus: The WWF debut of the nWo. Written by Anonymous

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This event marked the WWE pay-per-view debut of the New World Order, a faction that originated in WCW and was made up of Hollywood Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall. Because Vince McMahon had purchased WCW a year earlier, he owned the copyright to the nWo name and signed the three wrestlers to re-form the group. The storyline was that the nWo had played a major part in WCW's "destruction", and that Vince was using them to destroy the WWF because he couldn't buy the other 50% of the company back from "co-owner" Ric Flair. See more »


Followed by WWE No Way Out (2004) See more »


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Bringing in the nWo was a bad idea.

In the past, the WWF ppv shows have had their ups and downs, but bringing back the nWo was a plain stupid idea. Back in the mid 90's in WCW they were entertaining for a while, but then they just got annoying. Let's see how many versions of nWo were there? well, there was nWo hollywood (Black and White) Wolf pack (Red and Black) a more fan friendly version, and the short lived (Black and Silver) back in late 1999-early 2000. Now in 2002, the WWF has brought back the original 3 members portraying the original "Bad Guy" roles that they first had in 1996 in WCW, on paper this sounds interesting, but seeing them on television you realize that it's just recycled material that WCW had used 5 years ago (example Hogan saying how he's the biggest icon in wrestling, and he's the reason that everyone attends, and watches wrestling period.) granted Hogan is a big star, and he did his part in making wrestling what it is today, but many other more talented wrestlers did their part as well. On to the PPV the matches were for the most part good, except for the championship match. Chris Jericho is the worst champion the WWF has ever had. He only does a handful of moves over and over again, and it really brought the quality of the match down, and just like the Rock's match with him, Steve Austin carried the entire match. When is the WWF going to learn what WCW did, and that is this guy has NO TALENT what so ever that's why when he was in WCW Jericho never carried any major titles, he hurts the WWF by being it's champion beyond repair almost. Overall No Way Out was a good ppv showing by the WWF. If you're a fan, you might want to check this one out.

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