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17 October 1999 (USA) See more »
Triple H battles Stone Cold Steve Austin in an Anything Goes Match for the WWF Championship. The Rock vs. The British Bulldog. And much more. | Add synopsis »
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A great WWE event highlighted by quite possibly the best match in WWE history... See more (4 total) »



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Vince McMahon .... executive producer

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USA:180 min (approx)

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Stone Cold Steve Austin's last PPV match for a year.See more »
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References Jerry Maguire (1996)See more »


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A great WWE event highlighted by quite possibly the best match in WWE history..., 18 September 2006
Author: Seikan from Australia

Without a doubt, the Tag Team Ladder match here was arguably the greatest feat to ever grace the eyes of WWE's faithful fans. Flying about, dominating one another and destroying themselves, the match without a doubt blew every other event on the card right out of the water, putting both teams of Edge & Christian, and the Hardy Boyz (in particular, Jeff, who put by far the most effort into the match) on the map. The latter helped to revive tag team wrestling, this being the first stepping stone to do so.

Looking back at this one match, I wonder to myself "where did tag team wrestling go wrong?"

The answer is simple: The Hardy Boyz split, and this match here is enough of a reason why they never should have done so.

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