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Release Date:
21 September 2003 (USA) See more »
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Face Your Fear
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Directed by
Kevin Dunn 
 
Produced by
Vince McMahon .... executive producer
 
Art Department
Peter Castellano .... motion graphics artist
 
Editorial Department
Simon L. Edwards .... additional editor
 

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Runtime:
USA:180 min
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1.33 : 1 See more »
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Trivia:
First WWE PPV appearance for Gail Kim.See more »
Movie Connections:
Followed by WWE No Mercy (2004) (TV)See more »
Soundtrack:
EnemySee more »

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Forgive and forget, 26 October 2005
Author: gridoon

In chronological order:

1) The Dudley Boyz vs. La Resistance and Rob Conway. So lame that even the commentators couldn't keep their attention on it. *1/2

2) Test vs. Scott Steiner. The winner gets Stacy (MY GOODNESS she's perfection) Keibler. If they had Stacy simply standing in the middle of the ring, this would have been a lot more interesting. *1/2

3) Shawn Michaels vs. Randy Orton (with Ric Flair). A slight improvement over the previous two. A lot of cheating determines the winner in this one. **

4) Gail Kim and Molly Holly vs. Trish Stratus and Lita. That's more like it! Faster, better and more energetic than anything before it, with some great moves by Trish. ***

5) Shane McMahon vs. Kane. A "last man standing" match with no disqualifications. Brutal, but slower than molasses. **

6) Christian vs. Chris Jericho vs. Rob Van Dam. Pretty good. RVD seems to be the best wrestler of the three, so most of the time the other two team up to get him out of the way. Some impressive kicks by RVD, and a painful hold by Jericho. An entertaining show. ***

7) Jerry "The King" Lawler and Jim Ross (the commentators of this whole PPV!) vs. Al Snow and Jonathan Coachman. The winners will be the commentators on "Raw". Whoever thought this was a good idea for a tag-team match should be shot. *

8) Triple H vs. Goldberg for the WH title. Fair, with some displays of raw power, but not much more than that. **1/2

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