WWE Undisputed Title: The Rock vs. Brock Lesnar, Street Fight: Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H, WWE Intercontinental Title: Chris Benoit vs. Rob Van Dam, WWE Tag Team Titles: Lance Storm & ... See full summary »
A World Wrestling Federaton Pay-Per-View with the following matches: WWF Tag-Team Championships: Edge & Christian vs. X-Pac & Road Dogg with Tori; WWF Light-Heavyweight Championship: Dean ... See full summary »
WWF Title: The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, WWF Intercontinental Title: Chris Jericho vs. William Regal, WWF tag Team Titles (TLC Match): The Hardy Boyz vs. The Dudley Boyz vs. Edge & ... See full summary »
We begin with a Tag Team Championship match, the Hardy Boys vs. Cade and Mudroch. It's a passable but unexceptional opener (5/10).
Next we have an enjoyable Women's Title match, Melina vs. Mickie James. Not only are they both very hot, but they are also among the few women left in the WWE who can still execute solid submission moves (especially the underrated Melina) (6/10).
I skipped the next match (Benoit vs. MVP), for reasons that should be plainly obvious.
The 3-on-1 handicap match for the ECW title has Lashley going for power, Umaga going wild, Shane McMahon trying to go technical, and Vince McMahon getting a chance to discredit the ECW brand even more by becoming its champion (5/10).
The Last Man Standing match for the World Heavyweight Title (Undertaker vs. Batista) is not bad of its type (which is not my type), but the only really memorable spot comes at the very end, with both men falling from a certain height (6/10).
Thankfully, the PPV ends on a high note with a pretty exciting Fatal 4-Way match for the WWE title (Cena vs. Edge vs. Orton vs. HBK). It moves at a fairly consistent pace, and although the outcome is predictable, the way it happens is quite inventive. It's also easily the match that the crowd seems to care most about (7/10).
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