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WWF Insurrextion (2001)

WWF World/Intercontinental/Tag Team Titles: Steve Austin & Triple H vs. Kane & The Undertaker, WWF European Title: Matt Hardy vs. Eddy Guererro vs. Christian, WWF Hardcore Title: Rhyno vs. ... See full summary »


Kevin Dunn




Cast overview, first billed only:
Steve Austin ... 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin
Paul Levesque ... Triple H
Mark Calaway ... The Undertaker
Glenn Jacobs ... Kane
Darren Matthews ... William Regal
Matt Hardy ... Matt Hardy
Chris Jericho ... Chris Jericho
Chris Benoit ... Chris Benoit
Eddie Guerrero ... Eddie Guerrero
Kurt Angle ... Kurt Angle
Jay Reso ... Christian
Adam Copeland ... Edge
Terry Gerin ... Rhyno
Scott Levy ... Raven
Mark LoMonaco ... Bubba Ray Dudley


WWF World/Intercontinental/Tag Team Titles: Steve Austin & Triple H vs. Kane & The Undertaker, WWF European Title: Matt Hardy vs. Eddy Guererro vs. Christian, WWF Hardcore Title: Rhyno vs. Raven, 30 Minute Submission Match: Chris Benoit vs. Kurt Angle, Dutchess of Queensbury Rules: William Regal vs. Chris Jericho, Last Man Standing: Shane McMahon vs. The Big Show, X-Factor vs. The Dudley Boyz & Spike Dudley Written by Anonymous

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Official Sites:

World Wrestling Federation





Release Date:

29 April 2001 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA See more »

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This PPV marked the end of Right to Censor, due to the WWF winning their legal battle against the Parents Television Council. RTC's Steven Richards (Michael Manna) and Ivory (Lisa Moretti) cut a promo in the ring where Richards thanked Commissioner William Regal (Darren Matthews) for allowing him to "censor" the scheduled women's battle royal. Jacqueline (Jacqueline Moore), Lita (Amy Dumas) and Trish Stratus made their way out, with Ivory insulting them until they stripped her down to her bra and panties, sending her running to the back. They then pantsed Richards. Richards' next PPV appearance would be as the manager for Kronik at WWF Unforgiven (2001), while Ivory's next PPV appearance would be as the manager for Lance Storm at WWF No Mercy (2001). Meanwhile, ex-RTC members Bull Buchanan (Barry Buchanan), The Goodfather (Charles Wright), and Val Venis (Sean Morley) would get shipped off to WWE's developmental programs at Ohio Valley Wrestling (Louisville, KY) and the Heartland Wrestling Association (Ohio) for repackaging a month later, and would not be seen again in the WWF for the rest of the year. Both Venis and Wright (going back to being The Godfather) would return at Royal Rumble (2002), while Buchanan would return at WWE Armageddon (2002) as B-2, the lackey for John Cena. See more »


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Recap of WWF Insurrextion 2001
23 June 2002 | by Spawn DevilSee all my reviews

Match 1: Eddie Guerrero vs. Grandmaster Sexay Grandmaster Sexay dominated most of the match. Sexay had the early control after a bulldog on the ramp. Sexay danced all throughout the match, and when Guerrero gained control, he mocked Sexay by dancing himself. Sexay took control after a bulldog and a top rope dropkick but couldn't get the pin. Sexay then delivered a powerbomb and went up to the top rope for the hip hop drop, but Guerrero moved out of the way. After Sexay missed a corner splash, Guerrero rolled Sexay up for the pin, using the ropes for leverage. Winner: Eddie Guerrero

Match 2: Hardcore and Crash Holly (w/Molly Holly) vs. The Radicalz Before the match, Terri came out and said that it wasn't going to be a 6-person match because she couldn't find any wrestling gear in the UK. Back and forth match. Hardcore started to dominate early on after a spinebuster and a dropkick to Saturn. Saturn and Malenko then dominated Hardcore with a variety of suplexes. After Saturn missed a top rope elbow drop, Crash got the hot tag. Crash hit a DDT on Malenko and a top rope hurricanrana on Saturn. While Molly was fighting with Terri, Saturn hit the Moss Covered Three Handled Family Cradenza on Crash for the pin. Winners: The Radicalz

Match 3: The Big Show vs. Bradshaw Back and forth match. Bradshaw dominated early by using him clubbing fists and stiff kicks. Big Show came back with a sidewalk slam. Bradshaw recovered and hit a top rope shoulderblock for a 2 count. Show then threw Bradshaw to the outside and threw a chair into the ring. Show then attacked Test who was still down on the outside of the ring, and he threw him into the ring. He was going to hit him with the chair but Test hit the big boot into Show's face. Bradshaw then hit the Clothesline from Hell for the pin. Winner: Bradshaw by pinfall

Match 4: Elimination Match: Edge and Christian vs. X-Factor vs. The Dudley Boys vs. The Hardy Boys Dudleys and X-Factor started out. Bubba hit a few power moves on Credible who ran to the outside for a timeout and tagged Matt Hardy in. Christian then tagged himself in. The Hardys then dominated every team for the next few minutes. They hit the Poetry in Motion on Credible, hit the Twist of Fate on X-Pac and Jeff eliminated X-Pac after the Swanton Bomb. Edge and Christian then double-teamed Jeff and quickly got the elimination after Christian gave Jeff the Unprettier. Edge and Christian then double-teamed D-Von including a few backbreakers. After D-Von hit a top rope clothesline and a reverse suplex, Bubba got the hot tag. He hit Christian with a big backdrop, a sidewalk slam on Edge, the Bubba Bomb on Christian and the Wassup drop on Edge. Rhyno then came in behind the referee's back and hit the gore on Bubba and Edge got the pin. Rhyno then set up a table in the ring, but Spike Dudley came in and hit the Dudley Dogg on Edge, and the Dudleys hit the 3D on Rhyno through the table. Winners: Edge and Christian

Match 5: 2 Out Of 3 Falls Match: Chris Benoit vs. Kurt Angle Before the match, Benoit said he had Angle's medals in a very safe and warm place. Best match of the night. Both men exchanged some amateur wrestling counters early on. Benoit and Angle tried for their crossface and anklelock submissions early, but to no avail. Angle then hit a series of belly to belly suplexes, but Benoit came back and hit one of his own. Benoit then hit a series of 3 rolling snap suplexes. Benoit then hit another series of German suplexes. Benoit signalled for the end and went to the top rope and hit the diving headbutt for the pin and the first fall. Angle played possum with Benoit pretending he was hurt but instead attacked Benoit on the outside of the ring. Angle then hit a top rope belly to belly suplex for a 2 count. Angle hit another few suplexes for a few near falls. Benoit came back with a DDT and went to hit the diving headbutt again, but Angle moved out of the way. Benoit rolled out of an anklelock submission by Angle and applied the crossface which Angle also rolled out of, but Benoit rolled up Angle for the quick and surprising pin. Benoit won with 2-0 falls. After the match, Benoit said he had kept his promise and that Kurt's medals were in a warm and safe place, as all the time they were down his pants. Benoit put the medals around his neck and raised his arms in victory as the fans popped big. Winner: Chris Benoit

Match 6: Queens Cup Match: William Regal vs. Chris Jericho Very good match. It was a mixed reaction for Regal in his hometown, although whenever he did that wave to the crowd, the fans popped big. The two exchanged some lightweight-style counters early on. Jericho started out by hitting a top rope clothesline and a top rope crossbody for a 2 count. Jericho tried for the Walls of Jericho early on, but Regal escaped. Regal then worked over Jericho's shoulder by shoving him into the ringpost. Jericho came back with a top rope hurricanrana, but Regal retaliated with a overhead suplex. Jericho came back with a flying forearm and a bulldog. He went for the Lionsault but Regal got his knees up. Regal went for a German suplex, but Jericho escaped and applied the Walls of Jericho to Regal who tapped out for the win. After the match, Regal destroyed Jericho by hitting him with the Queen's Cup Trophy which actually drew quite a big pop. Winner: Chris Jericho

Match 7: Handicapped WWF Championship Match: Stone Cold Steve Austin and HHH vs. The Undertaker The only way the Undertaker could win the WWF Title is if he pinned Stone Cold. HHH's entrance probably received the biggest pop of the night. Austin and HHH double-teamed the Undertaker early on. The Undertaker then segregated Austin on the outside and backdropped him on the ramp. Back in the ring, the Undertaker hit HHH with a backdrop and the Old School forearm off the top rope. Austin was then tagged in and hit the Undertaker with a Thesz press and a few elbow drops. While Stephanie distracted the referee, Austin nailed the Undertaker with a chair but he kicked out. The Undertaker then resurged and chokeslammed HHH through the announcers table at ringside. Back in the ring, the Undertaker chokeslammed Austin but only for a 2 count. HHH came back with a facebuster and a clothesline. Mr McMahon came down to the ring and went to hit the Undertaker with the chair, but he ducked and McMahon nailed HHH. The Undertaker then chokeslammed McMahon and also chokeslammed HHH for the pin. Winner: The Undertaker

This Pay-per-view diserves a C+, because I've seen all the matches before already.

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