WWF Backlash (2002)

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Undisputed WWF Title: Triple H vs. Hulk Hogan, #1 Contender's Match (special referee Ric Flair) : The Undertaker vs. Steve Austin, WWF Intercontinental Title: Rob Van Dam vs. Eddie Guerrero... See full summary »


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Undisputed WWF Title: Triple H vs. Hulk Hogan, #1 Contender's Match (special referee Ric Flair) : The Undertaker vs. Steve Austin, WWF Intercontinental Title: Rob Van Dam vs. Eddie Guerrero, WWF Tag Team Titles: Billy & Chuck vs. Al Snow & Maven, WWF Cruiserweight Title: Billy Kidman vs. Tajiri, WWF Women's Title: Trish Stratus vs. Jazz, Edge vs. Kurt Angle, Brock Lesnar vs. Jeff Hardy, Scott Hall vs. Bradshaw Written by Anonymous

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This was the final Pay-Per-View broadcast under the WWF name. Shortly after the PPV, the company changed their name to WWE. On the box cover of the home video, the title is under the WWE name. See more »


Follows WWF Insurrextion (2000) See more »


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Hulkamania Proves It Is A Force To Be Reckoned With
25 August 2002 | by (England) – See all my reviews

I have to hand it to Vince McMahon-he is the best wrestling promoter on the planet because he is a wrestling fan. Backlash 2002 was brilliant and McMahon proved to me just why the WWF has stayed in business for so long. Forget the old WCW-it was good at times but it was run by idiots who knew nothing about what the wrestling fans wanted. Vince McMahon gave the fans what we wanted-Hollywood Hulk Hogan VS The Game Triple H.

I found Backlash to be very good. Most of the undercard matches were great (especially the women's match which featured two stunning ladies). The best undercard match was Stone Cold Steve Austin VS The Undertaker who had a wild brawl refereed by Ric Flair.

The main event pitted Hulk Hogan VS The Game Triple H. This is a match I've wanted to see for a few years. It was a brilliant match and once again the crowd were really behind Hogan and The Game. It was quite an unpredictable match at times. I give credit to Hogan-since his return to the WWF in February 2002 he has tried to stay away from bodyslams and punches and come up with some other moves. There were plenty of holds in this match and some exciting moments.

All in all, Backlash 2002 was fantastic. Well done Vince McMahon and all the wrestlers involved.

As I'm in a good mood, I'd also like to praise Jerry "The King" Lawler and Jim Ross who make a great announcing team.

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