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WrestleMania 2000 (2000)

TV-14 | | Action, Sport | TV Special 2 April 2000
WWF Champion Triple H vs. The Rock vs. Mick Foley vs. The Big Show, Two Falls Match: WWF Intercontinental & European Champion Kurt Angle vs. Chris Jericho vs. Chris Benoit, Ladder Match: ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Levesque ... Triple H - DeGeneration X
Dwayne Johnson ... The Rock
Mick Foley ... Mick Foley
Paul Wight ... The Big Show
Kurt Angle ... Kurt Angle
Chris Jericho ... Chris Jericho
Scott Taylor ... Scotty Too Hotty - Too Cool
Chris Benoit ... Chris Benoit - The Radicals
Mark LoMonaco ... Bubba Ray Dudley - The Dudley Boyz
Devon Hughes ... D-Von Dudley - The Dudley Boyz
Jay Reso ... Christian
Adam Copeland ... Edge
Matt Hardy ... Matt Hardy - The Hardy Boyz
Jeff Hardy ... Jeff Hardy - The Hardy Boyz
Michael Lockwood ... Crash Holly
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Storyline

WWF Champion Triple H vs. The Rock vs. Mick Foley vs. The Big Show, Two Falls Match: WWF Intercontinental & European Champion Kurt Angle vs. Chris Jericho vs. Chris Benoit, Ladder Match: WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz vs. Edge & Christian vs. The Hardy Boyz, Hardcore Battle Royal: WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly vs. The Acolytes vs. The Mean Street Posse vs. The Headbangers vs. Kaientai vs. Tazz vs. Viscera vs. Hardcore Holly, X-Pac & The Road Dogg vs. Kane & Rikishi Phatu, Too Cool & Chyna vs. Eddie Guerrero, Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn, HEAD Cheese vs. T&A, D'Lo Brown & The Godfather vs. Bull Buchanan & The Big Boss Man, The Kat vs. Terri. Written by Anonymous

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Official Sites:

WWF | WWF

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 April 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

WWF WrestleMania XVI See more »

Filming Locations:

Anaheim, California, USA See more »

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Trivia

First WWF PPV appearance for Trish Stratus. See more »

Goofs

The ending of the Hardcore title match was planned as follows: Hardcore Holly would cover Crash Holly, and the referee would only reach a pinfall count of two before the time limit expired, ensuring that Crash would win the match and keep the title. However, in execution, the referee makes and completes the three count just before the on-screen clock reaches zero. There is some initial confusion among the commentators and the ring announcer Howard Finkel as to the outcome of the match, before an on-the-spot decision is made to announce Hardcore Holly as the winner, and the new Hardcore Champion. A re-write was made for the following night's "Raw" show, allowing Crash to win the title back from Hardcore Holly. See more »

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Chris Jericho: Welcome to WRESTLEMANIA IS JERICHO!
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Additional material on the DVD: A WrestleMania wrap-up with Jonathan Coachman A brief Hardcore Holly interview An interview with Mick Foley and his wife & kids after his match An interview with Edge & Christian, and some shots of them, The Hardy Boyz & The Dudley Boyz hugging after their match See more »

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Follows WrestleMania XI (1995) See more »

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Doesn't Quite Live Up To Billing, But Still Pretty Solid
16 April 2019 | by zkonedogSee all my reviews

The sixteenth WrestleMania is one that seems to have a lot of hype attached to it. The combination of it being a nice round number (2000), a big four-way finale, and the fearlessness (for better or for worse) of the WWE at the time likely all contribute to this perception. While WM 2000 isn't a bad event, by any means, I would also argue it isn't one of the great Manias either.

A few of my thoughts...

-The lack of even one singles matches hurts this card. I realize that the WWE is experimenting with many different formats at this time, but sometimes the traditional 1X1 match is better than anything off-the-wall or crazy. A good example of this is the Jericho/Benoit/Angle Three-Way match. I feel like any combination of those two would have been better than the three of them mucking around.

-The best match on the card, hands down, is the Three-Way Ladder match between the Dudleys, Hardys, and Christian/Edge. This is high-flying, absolutely insane professional wrestling at its very best. Not only were all these guys fearless, but it wasn't a "sloppy fearless" either (like Mick Foley would often lapse into). No, these teams were all incredibly talented and not afraid to take risks (that they almost always pulled off successfully).

-The tag match featuring Kane/Rikishi vs. Road Dogg/X-Pac is pretty entertaining/solid, if the traditional "random talents thrown together" type of structure. This is the type of match in which the talented guys who couldn't get a storyline developed before WrestleMania are just thrown together in hopes of the talent winning out over the "heat". In this case, it works well enough.

-The Fatal Four-Way finale, featuring a McMahon in every corner, is indeed an entertaining prospect. The Rock (Vince), Big Show (Shane), Foley (Linda), and Triple-H (Stephanie) put on a decent show, but the overall effect proves to be slightly lackluster in total. Not only is it difficult to follow the action a lot of the times, but the ending is disappointing in the way it features the McMahons over the actual star talent. In other words, the weeks of build-up to this match were far superior to the end result.

Considering that Steve Austin, the company's biggest star at the time, was recuperating from various injuries during this period, it is amazing that WWE was able to pull this show off as well as it did. I'll always argue it is more "hype" than "substance", but there is certainly talent present...no one is doubting that. That sets enough of a baseline bar for entertainment even if the overall product isn't in my top WM events.


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