WWE Vengeance (2002)

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WWE Undisputed Title: The Undertaker vs. The Rock vs. Kurt Angle, WWE Intercontinental Title: Rob Van Dam vs. Brock Lesnar, WWE Tag Team Titles: Hulk Hogan & Edge vs. Lance Storm & ... See full summary »

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WWE Undisputed Title: The Undertaker vs. The Rock vs. Kurt Angle, WWE Intercontinental Title: Rob Van Dam vs. Brock Lesnar, WWE Tag Team Titles: Hulk Hogan & Edge vs. Lance Storm & Christian, WWE European Title: Jeff Hardy vs. William Regal, No Disqualification: Booker T vs. The Big Show, Tables Match: Bubba Ray & Spike Dudley vs. Chris Benoit & Eddie Guerrero, Chris Jericho vs. John Cena Written by Anonymous

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John Cena made his PPV debut here. See more »

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Before the tag title match, Jim Ross is talking about how Edge was a Hulkamaniac growing up and how he was living a dream by teaming with Hogan. In the process, he got WrestleMania III (Hogan vs. Andre in Detroit) and WrestleMania VI (Hogan vs. Warrior in Toronto) badly confused. See more »

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Follows WWF in Your House 3 (1995) See more »

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Great PPV!
22 July 2002 | by (Nashville, TN) – See all my reviews

This might be the WWE's 2nd best PPV of the year after Wrestlemania it was a good suprise! John Cena had an excellent match in which he upset Chris Jericho. Jeff Hardy retained his IC title in a short sloppy match with Willam Regal. Bubba & Spike Dudley won a fairly violent tables match over Benoit & Guerrero. Jamie Noble had a really good match with Kidman which was suprising to me. Booker T defeated The Big Show in a no dq match, at one point Booker T gave the scissors kick to Big Show and sent him right through the table. In a stupid decision by the WWE Christian and Lance Storm, the jealous anti-americans defeated Hogan and Edge with a lot of help from Test and Jericho. RVD and Brock had the match of the night it was filled with great high spots and RVD got to retain his ic title through a DQ so I was happy he kept the title. Triple H also signed with Eric Bischoff and Raw which means little to nothing. And in the main event the Rock became the first ever 7-time WWE world champion defeating both Kurt Angle & Undertaker in a triple threat match. Overall this is probably the WWE's 2nd best PPV of 2002! 7/10


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