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Cactus Jack is Back! 

X-Pac and Triple H battle Big Show and The Rock in a Tag Team main event. The McMahon-Helmsley regime have a special message for D-Generation X. Bradshaw faces The New Age Outlaws in a No ... See full summary »

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Kurt Angle
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Steve Blackman
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Prince Albert
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The Kat
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Chyna
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D-Lo Brown
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Edge
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Rikishi Phatu
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Jeff Hardy
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Matt Hardy
David Heath ...
Gangrel
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Hardcore Holly
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Kane
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Road Dogg
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X-Pac and Triple H battle Big Show and The Rock in a Tag Team main event. The McMahon-Helmsley regime have a special message for D-Generation X. Bradshaw faces The New Age Outlaws in a No Disqualification, Handicap Match. Triple H issues to a challenge to Mankind. Kane vs. Chris Jericho. Too Cool and Rikishi face Crash Holly, Hardcore Holly, and Al Snow in a six-man action. Prince Albert and Big Boss Man vs. The Hardy Boyz. Kurt Angle and Steve Blackman battles Edge and Christian and more. Written by Anonymous

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13 January 2000 (USA)  »

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Mankind: Triple H, how much more do you want from me? First you take away my job, then you bring this idiot out there...
[pointing at "Mankind" in the ring with Hunter]
Mankind: ...and you take away my dignity. Then, Monday night, you take me and you ruin my face. And I'll be honest, you are the best in the business right now. Because you are, without a doubt, The Game. So it saddens me to say that after the beating you gave me on Monday night, one thing Mankind is not is ready to face you in a street fight at ...
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