Summerslam (2004)

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Six-Man Tag Match: Spike Dudley and The Dudleys vs. Rey Mysterio, Paul London and Billy Kidman; 'Til Death Do Us Part Match: Kane vs... See full synopsis »

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Cast

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John Layfield ...
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Nick Dinsmore ...
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Six-Man Tag Match: Spike Dudley and The Dudleys vs. Rey Mysterio, Paul London and Billy Kidman; 'Til Death Do Us Part Match: Kane vs... See full synopsis »

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15 August 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

A fan almost fell through JBL's limousine, when he jumped over the railing to the top of the car. A square on the roof of the Limo was rigged for the Undertaker to choke slam JBL through the roof, almost ruining a storyline for weeks to come later. See more »

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Featured in WWE: The Twisted, Disturbed Life of Kane (2008) See more »

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Summertime Blues
Written by Eddie Cochran (uncredited) and Jerry Capehart (uncredited)
Performed by Rush
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A good show with some bad matches
10 November 2004 | by (Toronto) – See all my reviews

I was very fortunate to watch Survivour Series this past Summer and this one PPV. It wasn't a bad show overall. There were some matches no one even cared for and they were matches that definitely was interest to some people. Toronto is a major hot bed for wrestling that's been around for over 50 years and it certainly had it's share of good stars worldwide coming there through the years. The WWE has certainly been a great support of the wrestling scene in Toronto and on this PPV the fans itself made that show even though we have the right to cheer or boo the kind of matches we like and don't like. The JBL & Undertaker match was the worst on the card and everyone in attendance didn't take interest in watching it and to show their protest they did the wave which the camera's didn't bother showing to the crowd. Many reports began complaining that the fans didn't care about the match but as I mentioned we the the fans have the right to boo or cheer on any match we like or don't like.


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