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WWF Vengeance (2001)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dwayne Johnson ... The Rock
Chris Jericho ... Chris Jericho
Steve Austin ... 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin
Kurt Angle ... Kurt Angle
Adam Copeland ... Edge
Darren Matthews ... William Regal
Devon Hughes ... D-Von Dudley
Mark LoMonaco ... Bubba Ray Dudley
Paul Wight ... The Big Show
Glenn Jacobs ... Kane
Rob Van Dam ... Rob Van Dam
Mark Calaway ... The Undertaker
Jeff Hardy ... Jeff Hardy
Matt Hardy ... Matt Hardy
Trish Stratus ... Trish Stratus
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WWF Title: Steve Austin vs. Kurt Angle, The World (WCW) Title: The Rock vs. Chris Jericho, with the winners of those two matches to meet to decide the Undisputed Championship, WWF Intercontinental Championship: Edge vs. William Regal, WWF Tag Team Championship: The Dudley Boyz vs. The Big Show & Kane, WWF Hardcore Championship: Rob Van Dam vs. The Undertaker, WWF Women's Championship: Trish Stratus vs. Jacqueline, Scotty 2 Hotty & Albert vs. Test & Christian Written by Anonymous

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Four Superstars... Three Matches... Two Titles... One Undisputed Champion

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Release Date:

9 December 2001 (USA) See more »

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WWF Armageddon See more »

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San Diego, California, USA

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Worst PPV of the year.....but also historic.
12 February 2016 | by bljonathanSee all my reviews

Christian and Test v Scotty 2 Hotty and Albert:

The ending got a big pop with Scotty 2 Hotty and the Worm. Rather short and forgettable to rate highly.

Edge v Regal (IC title):

You could tell WWE really wanted to make Edge strong, here. Another forgettable match. The fans wanted blood. They got none.

Flair and Angle have a really good back stage segment.

Matt v Jeff (Lita special guest ref):

Really good package promo for this, summing up the rivalry.

You know what? I am with Matt's side on this one. As for the match? Just like how Edge v Christian was a surprising dud so was this.

For some reason neither Matt nor Jeff got a good pop to their entrance. The crowd was dead. Jeff definitely got more cheers than Matt and he got the baby face comeback routine, whereas Matt got the heel working on the limb routine. I point that out because both guys careers would go different directions with Jeff being far more popular. Not a great match at all but not as bad as people make it out. It was a solid wrestling match and with some good psychology, which the Hardys are often accused of being deficient, but the crowd just weren't into it. I guess the fans just didn't want to see them fight. It's better than the Edge v Christian matches but a bad start.

Dudleys v Kane and Big Show (Tag titles):

The audience sucks. They don't care for this one either although to be fair the Dudleys at this point were getting a bit tiring and the Big Show and Kane were rather aimless with little to do. Big Show spanking Stacy got the fans into this. This was a better match than a match with Kane and Bigshow should have been but nothing special so far.

Undertaker v RVD (hardcore title):

Just going to say it. Undertaker is the opposite of cool. He comes off like an old man trying to stay "hip" by riding a bike to the ring and wearing glasses, whilst calling himself a "bad ass". Not a good match. It goes into the crowd which is a trope common at this time but it sucks. It slows the match down and is boring. Not a good match at all and I blame Undertaker. RVD has had a really good year, especially on PPV. His matches against Jeff Hardy and Y2J were some of the best of the year. This was slow, boring and safe for the most part. DUD. Crowd enjoyed it though.

Jacqueline v Trish (womens title):

Botchfest but Jacqueline is really stiff which is nice to see. Really bad PPV so far. Its up to the main event to save the show.

Angle v Austin (WWF title):

Fans looked bored. This match was a lot like the Taker/Austin match at Judgement Day. Lots of stomps and lacking in energy and creativity. Match just kinda ends.

Rock v Jericho (WCW title):

Much like the last match, albeit maybe more energy. Jericho put Rock in a head lock for what felt like 5 minutes. Rock did well to give Jericho offense but the match gets lost on the outside of the ring, so the match never really gets much momentum, until the end where it gets over booked from this point.

Main event (WWF and WCW title):

Much like Austin v Angle but with much over booking.

Overall:

Bad PPV but with historic significance. My only explanation is that the guys were jaded but not a single memorable match on the card makes this the worst of the year, despite the significance. Crowd was dead for most of it. Poor effort.


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