WWE Insurrextion (2002)

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Triple H vs. The Undertaker, WWF Intercontinental Title: Eddie Guerrero vs. Rob Van Dam, Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Big Show, WWF European Title: Spike Dudley vs. William Regal, WWF Hardcore Title: Steven Richards vs. Booker T. (featuring Crash Holly), The Hardy Boyz vs. Brock Lesnar & Shawn Stasiak, Trish Stratus & Jacqueline vs. Jazz & Molly Holly Written by Anonymous

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This was the last ever show to go under the WWF name. Due to a lawsuit from the World Wildlife Fund the Federation changed its name to World Wrestling Entertainment and started to use the WWE name on the following episode of RAW on May 6, 2002. See more »

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Recap of WWF Insurrextion 2002
23 June 2002 | by (Vancouver, B.C.) – See all my reviews

Match 1: Eddy Guerrero vs. Rob Van Dam This was unquestionably the match of the evening. Both RVD and Guerrero were on top form. Rob Van Dam one by DQ when Guerrero knocked over the ref.

Match 2: Bradshaw vs. X-Pac As expected, this was the weakest match of the evening. I couldn't help but feel I was watching WWF Heat during the match. The crowd was pretty much dead throughout. X-Pac did the X Factor and got the win.

Match 3: The Hardy Boyz vs. Brock Lesnar & Shawn Stasiak

This one started off with a promo by Paul Heyman. He told Stasiak to stay out of the match and let Brock do all the work. During the match, the hardys teamed up on Brock, knocking him out of the ring. Stasiak entered, and soon got pinned. Brock entered the ring and power bombed all three competitors. (I hate Paul Heyman!!)

Match 4: Spike Dudley vs. William Regal William Regal got lots of heat in this match. Spike faked a leg injury and was carried out. Regal attacked him, and dragged him back to the win. While distracted, Spike rolled him up for the pin.

Match 5: Trish & Jackie vs. Molly & Jazz Boring match, Trish got a pop at the beginning but the crowd wasn't into it at all. Trish pinned Jazz for the win.

Match 6: Steve Austin vs. Big Show Before the match kicked off, Ric Flair came out stating that he'll be the second referee for the match. The match went at a slow pace, but picked up on the arrival of Kevin Nash, who was the recipient of a stunner. Austin stunned Show for the win. The crowd kept chanting 'you fat bastard' throughout to the Big Show.

Match 7: Triple H vs. Undertaker Both Triple H and the Undertaker came out to huge pops. During the match the top rope came loose, so they couldn't use them as much. HHH hit undertaker with the pedigree.

I thought this show wasn't that bad, considering it was an England pay-per-view. I mean even for a pay-per-view that wasn't shown in the U.S. I would give this one a B


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