WWF World/Intercontinental/Tag Team Titles: Steve Austin & Triple H vs. Kane & The Undertaker, WWF European Title: Matt Hardy vs. Eddy Guererro vs. Christian, WWF Hardcore Title: Rhyno vs. ... See full summary »




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WWF World/Intercontinental/Tag Team Titles: Steve Austin & Triple H vs. Kane & The Undertaker, WWF European Title: Matt Hardy vs. Eddy Guererro vs. Christian, WWF Hardcore Title: Rhyno vs. Raven, 30 Minute Submission Match: Chris Benoit vs. Kurt Angle, Dutchess of Queensbury Rules: William Regal vs. Chris Jericho, Last Man Standing: Shane McMahon vs. The Big Show, X-Factor vs. The Dudley Boyz & Spike Dudley Written by Anonymous

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Average Pay-Per-View
18 April 2002 | by (Venlo) – See all my reviews

Backlash certainly isn´t the best Pay-Per-View event of the year 2001 as far as the WWF is concerned. Therefor this event doesn´t have a very interesting main-event and too less good matches. A short summary:

6-Man Tag-Team Match: Dudley Boyz vs. X-Pac, Justin Credible & Albert

I´m not really a fan favorite when it comes to tag-team matches and this one certainly isn´t a memorable tag-team match. Average in every way I would say.

Hardcore Championship Match: Raven vs. Rhyno This match is one of the highlights of this pay-per-view. Brutal and very entertaining. A good match between these two former ECW-superstars.

Triple-Threat European Championship Match: Matt Hardy vs. Christian vs. Eddie Guerrero. Also not a very memorable match-up. I had expected a little bit more from these three very unique and very extraordinary athletes.

Duchess of Queensberry Rules Match: William Regal vs. Chris Jericho

These kind of childish matches give the WWF a bad name. When you purchase this movie I would skip this part because it´s not worth it.

30-minute ultimate submission match: Chris Benoit vs. Kurt Angle

A rematch after their match at Wrestlemania. I think this match is better than their Wrestlemania match, but it´s too long in my opinion. I think it would have been better if it was a 20-minute submission match. But hey, if you are a Kurt Angle or Chris Benoit fan you will certainly enjoy it.

Last Man Standing Match: Shane McMahon vs. Big Show Matches like this proves that the WWF doesn´t take itself too serious. An average sized Shane McMahon (6´1, 200 lbs) takes on the biggest wrestler in the WWF: The Big Show (7´2, 500 lbs). And he even stands a chance. I´m a big fan of the Big Show, so I kind of hated this match. The only memorable thing of this match is Shane McMahon´s elbow drop of a 50 ft high Titantron.

Three Titles on the line: Stone Cold Steve Austin & Triple H vs. The Undertaker & Kane Main-event of the evening and like I said I´m not a fan favorite of tag-team matches. Certainly not when it comes to main-event tag-team matches, because they are always so predictable. There were three titles on the line in this match. The WWF Championship from Stone Cold, The Intercontinental Championship from Triple H and the Tag-Team Championships from The Undertaker & Kane.

In the end I can say that Backlash 2001 wasn´t a great pay-per-view because it lacks too few great match-ups with good storylines.

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