DVD RESULTS

1999-2001

WrestleMania XV #1001

Stone Cold Steve Austin: Hell Yeah #1002

Summer Slam 99 #1003

The Rock: The People's Champ #1004

Royal Rumble 00 #1005

WrestleMania 2000 #1006

King of the Ring 00 #1007

Summer Slam 00 #1008

Survivor Series 00 #1009
- Sunday Night Heat: Val Venis (w/ the RTC, Edge & Christian) pinned Jeff Hardy (w/ Matt Hardy, Lita, & the Dudley Boyz) when Steven Richards interfered and hit the Steven Kick on Jeff; after the bout, the Hardyz, Dudleyz, and Lita cleared the ring

Royal Rumble 01 (4/3/01) #1011
- D-Lo Brown & Chaz (w/ Tiger Ali Singh) defeated Taka Michinoku & Sho Funaki at 1:51 when Chaz pinned Funaki following a modified powerbomb; prior to the bout, Taka & Funaki cut a promo in the aisle - voiced over by Shane McMahon & the Undertaker - regarding their opponents; stipulations stated one of the winning team would compete in the Royal Rumble match (1/21/01; New Orleans, LA)

Divas in Hedonism (5/8/01) #1012
- Lita pinned WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon (w/ Kurt Angle & Triple H) to win the title with the moonsault at 5:06 after the special referee the Rock fought off Angle and Triple H and hit the Rock Bottom on Stephanie (Raw - 8/21/00; Lafayette, LA)
- WWF Women's Champion Lita defeated Trish Stratus in a Bra & Panties match at 2:08 (Raw - 10/23/00; Hartford, CT)
- WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko, Eddie Guerrero, & Perry Saturn (w/ Terri) defeated Lita, Matt & Jeff Hardy in an elimination match at 8:03; Jeff pinned Guerrero at 2:56 with the Swanton after Lita hit the Twist of Fate behind the referee's back; Saturn pinned Jeff at 3:41 with the DVD after catching Hardy as Hardy attempted a springboard splash in the corner; Matt pinned Saturn with a kick to the midsection and the Twist of Fate at 5:07; Malenko pinned Matt with a roll up at 5:33 after sending Hardy into Lita, knocking Lita to the floor; Malenko defeated Lita via submission with the Texas Cloverleaf; after the bout, Malenko threw Lita to the floor before the Hardy Boyz returned to the ring to scare him from ringside; moments later, Michael Cole interviewed Lita at ringside during which she said she knew she could beat Malenko (Armageddon 00 - 12/10/00; Birmingham, AL)
- WWF Women's Champion Ivory defeated Trish Stratus and Molly Holly at 2:11 by pinning Trish after Molly powerbombed Trish but was thrown to the floor by the champion; after the match, the Acolytes made their return by saving Crash Holly from an attack by Test & Albert after T&A came out and cornered Molly (Armageddon 00 - 12/10/00; Birmingham, AL)
- Trish Stratus fought Jackie to a no contest in a spanking match when Kurt Angle came ringside and pulled Trish out of the ring (Smackdown! - 1/15/01; Milwaukee, WI)
- WWF Women's Champion Ivory (w/ Steven Richards) pinned Chyna after the challenger hit the hand spring elbow in the corner, injuring her neck; after the match, Billy Gunn and Jerry Lawler checked on Chyna before she was stretchered to the back (Royal Rumble 01 - 1/21/01; New Orleans, LA)

WrestleMania X-7 #1013
- Sunday Night Heat: Justin Credible & X-Pac (w/ Albert) defeated Steve Blackman & Grandmaster Sexay at 2:46 when X-Pac pinned Blackman following a double superkick after Blackman & Sexay knocked Albert off the apron

Backlash 01 (6/26/01) #1014
- Jerry Lynn pinned WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Crash Holly to win the title at 3:34 with a reversal into a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage; prior to the bout, Lynn cut an in-ring promo in which he aknowledged the chants of "Jerry" and said he challenged Holly to a title shot earlier in the night; there were loud chants of "ECW" during the contest (Lynn's TV debut) (4/29/01; Chicago, IL)
- Lita pinned Molly Holly with the Twist of Fate and moonsault at 3:41 (4/29/01; Chicago, IL)

(7/31/01) #1015

Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2 (6/26/01) #1016
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought Vince McMahon (w/ Pat Patterson, Gerald Brisco, & Sgt. Slaughter) to a no contest; following Vince's entrance, Shane McMahon came out to try to talk his father out of the match, without success; after the ring entrances, Vince took the mic and challenged Austin to wrestle the title match with one arm tied behind his back, since Austin noted earlier in the show that he could beat Vince in that situation; after Austin agreed to the stipulation, Brisco tied his arm up; several moments later, as Austin and McMahon finally squared off, Mick Foley then came out as Dude Love and said he wanted to bring peace; Dude then entered the ring and told Austin not to fight Vince since he signs Dude's checks, then telling McMahon that Austin could take him out whenever he wanted; McMahon responded by shoving Dude to the mat, with Dude then going after McMahon with the Mandible Claw until Austin intervened, with Dude putting the Claw on Austin instead; Dude then danced as McMahon and his entourage left the ring, with Dude then further assaulting Austin; McMahon yelled at Dude, upset that he interrupted the match, and then attempted to enter the ring but was held back by Shane and the others; Dude then reapplied the Claw before taking the mic and challenging McMahon to a fight as well; moments later, Dude went out to the floor and brawled with Austin, his arm still tied, before ramming Austin into the guardrail and assaulting him on the announce table (McMahon's in-ring debut) (4/13/98; Philadelphia, PA)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin & Vince McMahon (mystery partner) (w/ Gerald Brisco & Pat Patterson) fought WWF IC Champion the Rock & D-Lo Brown (w/ Owen Hart, Kama, & Mark Henry) to a no contest at 8:18 when Vince, Brisco, and Patterson attacked Austin; following Austin's entrance, McMahon, from backstage, introduced himself as Austin's partner; after the bout, Austin fought off McMahon, Brisco, and Patterson until he was attacked by Dude Love (5/11/98; Baltimore, MD)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco to a no contest in a handicap streetfight at around the 2:40 mark after fighting off guest referee Sgt. Slaughter and dropping him with the Stunner; after the match, Austin fought off an interfering Dude Love on the floor until a fan wearing a Steve Austin mask jumped over the guardrail, took down Dude, and then struck Austin over the back with a steel chair; Austin then went after the fan as he revealed himself to be Vince McMahon; moments later, Dude attacked austin and applied the Mandible Claw as McMahon watched (5/18/98; Nashville, TN)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker fought Kane & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) to a no contest in a Hell in a Cell match when Bearer locked himself inside the cage as Austin brawled with Kane & Mankind around ringside; Taker, who failed to arrive when his music played moments earlier, came up from underneath the ring and brutalized Bearer as Austin scaled the cage to attack Kane on the roof (6/15/98; San Antonio, TX)
- WWF IC Champion the Rock defeated X-Pac (w/ Chyna) via disqualification at 9:43 when a second referee prevented the referee from counting the pinfall on the champion, informing the ref that Triple H had interfered moments earlier and hit the Pedigree on the Rock; before the match began, DX and the Nation brawled in the ring until referees broke up the fight; moments before the finish, D-Lo Brown came through the crowd to interfere but was crotched on the top rope by Triple H, who had followed him through the crowd; after the bout, DX won a second brawl with the Nation before Triple H had a girl in the audience flash the crowd; Shawn Michaels did guest commentary for the bout (7/14/98; Binghamton, NY)
- Mankind fought the Undertaker (w/ Kane) to a no contest in a streetfight at around the 7-minute mark when the Rock came out of one of the Dumpsters positioned ringside, attacked Taker as he attempted to hit Mankind with a sledgehammer, pushed Mankind into the front row to protect him, and went backstage; both participants came to the ring in possession of a sledgehammer; after the bout, Taker and Kane stalked Rock backstage (9/14/98; San Jose, CA)
- The Rock, Ken Shamrock, & Mankind defeated the Undertaker & Kane in a handicap match at 12:51 when Rock pinned Taker with the Rock Bottom; following Shamrock and Mankind's entrances, the two brawled in the ring until Shamrock knocked Mankind to the floor; moments later, after Rock made his entrance, he and Mankind fought with Shamrock until Taker & Kane appeared (9/28/98; Detroit, MI) - WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter-Finals: Mankind defeated Mark Henry via submission to the Mandible Claw at 3:18; Chyna stood at ringside for the duration of the match; following Mankind's entrance, footage was shown of Michael Cole conducting a backstage interview with Mankind earlier in the night in which he discussed his upcoming match against Ken Shamrock at Judgment Day and said the recent chairshot he took from Shamrock was the weakest of his career; during Henry's entrance, it was noted he would face the Rock at Judgment Day; footage was then shown from earlier in the day of Henry reciting a poem backstage about how much he would like to go out with Chyna; late in the bout, there were chants of "Socko" (debut of Mr. Socko as a finisher) (10/12/98; Nassau Coliseum)
- Chyna won the 10-person Corporate Rumble by last eliminating Vince McMahon at 10:50; order of entry: WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock (0:00), Billy Gunn (0:56), the Big Bossman (1:18), Test (2:21) (Road Dogg's music accidentally played when Test came out), WWF European Champion X-Pac (3:32), the Road Dogg (4:42), Kane (6:10), Triple H (7:13), Vince McMahon (w/ Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco) (9:07), and Chyna (10:47); order of elimination: Shamrock eliminated himself while diving onto Gunn outside the ring (0:04); Shamrock assaulted Gunn around ringside after the elimination, repeatedly ramming him into the steel ring steps until the Bossman came out; Gunn by Test via a reversal into a hiptoss (3:57); Road Dogg by Kane via a clothesline (6:33); Test by Kane via a choke throw after Test accidentally hit a clothesline on Kane (7:35); Kane by Triple H & X-Pac via a double clothesline (7:40); X-Pac by Bossman (7:42); Triple H & Bossman by McMahon (9:11); after the elimination, McMahon celebrated in the ring with Patterson & Brisco and tore his shirt like Hulk Hogan, believing there were no other entrants and he had won; McMahon by Chyna when, after Chyna knocked down Patterson & Brisco on the floor, Steve Austin came out and distracted McMahon from the floor; stipulations stated the winner would be the #30 entrant in the Royal Rumble match; Shane McMahon provided guest commentary for the match (1/11/99; Houston, TX)
- Vince McMahon pinned Shane McMahon with the Stunner at 1:49; prior to the bout, Vince staggered out to the entrance stage after the assault he sustained earlier in the show from Triple H & the Undertaker, with Shane then running up the ramp to attack him and assault him on the floor before the match officially started (5/2/99; San Diego, CA)
- Kane & Shane McMahon (w/ Chyna) defeated Triple H & WWF European Champion X-Pac at 4:22 when Shane pinned X-Pac after hitting him with the title belt, given to him by Chyna behind the referee's back; Shane came to the ring wearing a DX jersey with "X-Punk" written across it;" stipulations stated that if X-Pac was pinned, the winner of the fall would win the title belt (2/15/99; Birmingham, AL)
- Chyna defeated Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco in a handicap match at 6:01 by sitting on both men following DDTs; Brisco wore a Brisco Brothers Body Shop T-shirt for the match; during the bout, it was noted Patterson's birthday was the following day; late in the contest, after blinding Chyna with powder to her eyes, Patterson fondled her breasts; the action was blurred on the screen (1/12/99; Beaumont, TX)
- WWF World Champion the Rock defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna) in an I Quit match at 9:12 when, as the challenger attempted to put Rock through the announce table with a Pedigree, the Big Bossman, Kane, WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock, & Test came to the ring and held Chyna hostage, with Bossman taking the mic and threatening to have Kane drop Chyna with a chokeslam if Triple H didn't quit; Triple H then quickly threw the match before tending to Chyna in the ring; moments later, he faced off against Kane before Chyna hit Triple H with a low blow and shoved him to the mat; Kane, Bossman, Test, and Shamrock then came back in the ring with Kane dropping Triple H with a chokeslam as Vince McMahon, Shane McMahon, Pat Patterson, and Gerald Brisco came out, with Vince and Shane hugging Chyna (1/25/99; Phoenix, AZ; America West Arena)
- WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly pined Bart Gunn at 8:18 when a man in a kabuki costume came out on the stage and threw the challenger off the stage and through a table set up on the arena floor; the man was later revealed to be Al Snow (2/16/99; Chattanooga, TN)
- Test fought Davey Boy Smith to a no contest in a steel cage match at around the 4-minute mark; late in the match, the Mean Street Posse came through the crowd and broke into the cage after Test hit an elbowdrop off the top of the cage; in the melee, the Smith escaped through the door, although the bell never rung nor was any decision announced; Shane McMahon made the save for Test by leaping off the top of the cage onto the Posse; after Test came to Shane's aid moments later, Stephanie McMahon came to the ring to tend to and celebrate with her brother and fiancee (10/25/99; Providence, RI)
- Kane fought Goldust to a no contest when, before the bout began, Goldust shot his opponent in the face with a pyro gun, then taking off his costume to reveal himself as Triple H; during Kane's entrance, it was noted he would face Triple H and that Goldust would face WWF IC Champion the Road Dogg, Ken Shamrock, and Val Venis at WrestleMania; after the incident, Triple H continued to pound away at a blinded Kane until referees swarmed the ring; moments later, as Tony Garea attempted to tend to Kane, Triple H gave Kane several crotch chops and left the ring (3/22/99; Albany, NY)
- The Big Show fought WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) to a no contest at 6:50 when the challenger chokeslammed Taker through the ring; after the bout, Show hit chokeslams on Bradshaw, Farooq, and Mideon; had any Corporate Ministry member interfered during the bout, they would have been fired on the spot (6/7/99; Boston, MA; FleetCenter)
- Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes to win the titles at 4:25 when Matt pinned Bradshaw with a tornado DDT after Jeff used Michael Hayes' cane as a weapon; Bradshaw wrestled without medical clearance after being tombstoned onto the steel ring steps by Kane on Sunday Night Heat; prior to their entrance, Bradshaw knocked down a medic who tried to stop him from participating in the match; after the match, the new champions and Hayes celebrated at the entrance stage (6/29/99; Fayetteville, NC)
- Kane & X-Pac defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes to win the titles at 4:36 when X-Pac pinned Farooq by reversing the Dominator into the X-Factor; after the bout, the Road Dogg came ringside to celebrate; moments later, X-Pac took the mic and prompted Kane to speak, but without his voice box; Kane then said "Suck it!" (Kane & X-Pac's first appearance with their mixed entrance music) (8/9/99; Chicago, IL)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Rock & Mankind defeated WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Chyna) (sub. for X-Pac) & Kane at 4:27 when Rock pinned Kane with the Rock Bottom and People’s Elbow after Triple H hit his partner with the sledgehammer behind the referee's back; following Rock's entrance, he cut a promo on Kane's voice box, saying he would shove it up Kane's ass; after Mankind's entrance, he took the mic, gave well wishes from his friends in the WWF to "Brian" (Brian Hildebrand) and said he was happy to be in "Harvard;" X-Pac failed to appear for the contest, with Kane then prompting to go ahead and have it as a handicap match; moments later, Triple H came out and stood in Kane's corner, with Chyna standing at ringside with a sledgehammer; after the match, Triple H entered the ring and assaulted Kane with the weapon but fled ringside after the Undertaker and Big Show came to the ring (9/6/99; Hartford, CT)
- TIT Invitational Best of 7 Series: Edge & Christian defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy at 4:20 when Edge pinned Jeff with a spear, jumping off Christian's back, as Jeff came off the top rope; Edge & Christian: 2, Hardys: 0; Terri Runnels provided guest commentary for the bout (10/4/99; East Rutherford, NJ)

WWF Hardcore (7/31/01) #1018
- WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly pined Bart Gunn at 8:18 when a man in a kabuki costume came out on the stage and threw the challenger off the stage and through a table set up on the arena floor; the man was later revealed to be Al Snow (2/16/99; Chattanooga, TN)
- Crash Holly pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Test to win the title at 3:57 after Hardcore Holly interfered and accidentally hit Test over the head with a steel chair when Crash moved out of the way (2/22/00; Nashville, TN)
- WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly pinned Tazz at 1:53 after spraying the challenger with a fire extinguisher and breaking a 2x4 over his head, moments after Tazz fought off an attack by the Big Bossman & Albert backstage; following the commercial break, Lilian Garcia conducted an interview with Crash in which he said he would be defending the Hardcore title on a 24/7 basis from now on; later in the broadcast, the Mean Street Posse attempted to beat Crash for the title as he was leaving the parking lot but Crash ended up escaping with his title intact (2/29/00; Trenton, NJ)
- WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly fought Hardcore Holly to a no contest at the 2-minute mark when, after Tazz, the Mean Street Posse, the Headbangers, Taka Michinoku, Sho Funaki, and Viscera involved themselves in the match, Crash was chased out of the arena where he eventually snuck back in and locked all the other wrestlers outside (3/27/00; Houston, TX)
- Crash Holly pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Matt Hardy to win the title at 4:33 after interfering in Matt's title defense against Jeff Hardy, breaking Matt's cover, and hitting him over the head with a trash can; earlier in the bout, Tazz, Perry Saturn, and Hardcore Holly all came ringside but stayed on the outside and watched until brawling amongst themselves late in the contest (4/25/00; Charlotte, NC)
- WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman pinned the Big Bossman at 3:02 after Crash Holly interfered backstage and threw hot coffee in the challenger's face; after the match, the champion fought off an interfering Dean Malenko and Holly, leaving all three men down on the floor before walking off (9/4/00; Lexington, KY)
- WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman defeated Edge and Christian at 3:16 by pinning Christian after pump kicking a steel chair into Christian's face (10/2/00; Washington DC)
- WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman pinned Tazz at 4:16 with a low blow followed by a kendo stick shot to the head off the top; during a brief backstage fight, the participants attacked Sho Funaki and Just Joe who walked by (10/17/00; Cleveland, OH)
- WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman pinned Tiger Ali Singh at 3:32 after ripping off the challenger's turban and landing a kendo stick blow to the head from the top rope (11/27/00; Ames, IA)
- The Undertaker pinned Raven in a hardcore match at 3:02 following a powerbomb through the announce table (12/12/00; Little Rock, AR)
- WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Show pinned Essa Rios at 7:25 by pressing him horizontally against the wall backstage; the bout was originally scheduled to be Show defending against Kurt Angle and WWF World Champion the Rock but, after interference from other Steve Blackman, Hardcore Holly, Crash Holly, Billy Gunn, Albert, Essa Rios, and Perry Saturn, Show scored the pinfall on Rios backstage; after the bout, Steve Austin came to the ring and fought off a number of wrestlers before having a staredown with the Rock as the show went off the air, with Austin on the floor and Rock inside the ring (2/26/01; Phoenix, AZ)
- Kane defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Raven and the Big Show to win the title at 9:18 after kicking his opponents off the stage and then hitting a flying legdrop on Show (WrestleMania X-7 - 4/1/01; Houston, TX)
- WWF Hardcore Champion Rhyno pinned Raven with the Gore at 8:12 (Backlash 01 - 4/29/01; Chicago, IL)
- WWF Hardcore Champion Rhyno defeated the Big Show and Test at 9:13 by pinning Show following the Gore into a trash can (Judgment Day 01 - 5/20/01; Sacramento, CA)
- The Big Show pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Rhyno to win the title at 4:57 with the chokeslam onto a garbage can after Rhyno hit a chair while attempting the Gore (5/21/01; San Jose, CA)

Mick Foley: Hard Knocks & Cheap Pops (8/7/01)
- WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at 26:20 when Vader interfered as Michaels had the challenger covered; moments thereafter, Michaels sent Vader to the floor where Psycho Sid came out and brawled with Vader to the backstage area; Michaels was soon knocked out after being hit by Paul Bearer with the urn and later sustained the Mandible Claw from Mankind; the Undertaker then came out of Mankind's casket, which was brought ringside before the match, and stalked Mankind backstage (In Your House "Mindgames" - 9/22/96; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Steve Austin defeated Mankind (w/ Paul Beareer) (sub. for an injured Vader) via disqualification in a no holds barred match at 7:08 when Bearer went backstage to send the Executioner out to make the save for Mankind; prior to the match, footage was shown of Yokozuna injuring Vader the previous night during the Survivor Series, with the announce team saying Vader would be out of action for a few days; early in the contest, the fight remained outside the ring, prompting Jerry Brisco, Pat Patterson, Tony Garea, referees, and others to come out and send it to the ring; during the match, it was noted Bret Hart would be in action the following week; after the bout, the Undertaker came to the ring and sent Mankind and the Executioner to the floor before being sent to the floor himself by Austin following a clothesline (11/18/96; New Haven, CT)
- Mankind pinned WWF World Champion the Rock to win the title in an empty arena match at 17:19 by using a forklift to trap the champion underneath a wooden palette; Mankind's head was heavily taped following the I Quit match at the Royal Rumble; prior to the bout, the champion was escorted ringside by Vince McMahon, who then provided sole commentary from the ringside commentary table; during the bout, Kevin Kelly & Shane McMahon would occasionally comment from inside a packed arena (Halftime Heat - 1/26/99; Tucson, AZ)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin pinned Dude Love at 22:27 with the Stunner; mid-way through the bout, guest referee Vince McMahon had the match turned into a No DQ contest and later on added a falls count anywhere stipulation; late in the contest, McMahon was knocked out by an accidental chair shot from the challenger; as Pat Patterson, the guest ring announcer for the bout, attempted to make the count for Dude he was pulled out of the ring and chokeslammed through one of the commentary tables by the surprise guest ring enforcer - the Undertaker; moments later as Gerald Brisco, the guest time keeper, attempted to do the same, he was put through the second commentary table by Taker; Austin then grabbed the unconscious McMahon's hand and slapped it to the mat three times to give himself the win (Over the Edge 98 - 5/31/98; Milwaukee, WI)
- WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow defeated the Big Bossman in a Kennel from Hell match at 11:40 by escaping the structure; the Kennel from Hell structure consisted of a Hell in a Cell cage around the blue steel bar cage from the 1980s and 90s; the blue cage was surrounded by a number of Rottweilers and their handlers; Kevin Kelly & Mick Foley provided alternate commentary for the bout (Unforgiven 99 - 9/26/99; Charlotte, NC)

King of the Ring 01 (8/28/01) #1019

Lita: It Just Feels Right (8/28/01)
- Lita, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Test, Albert, & Trish Stratus at 13:12 when Lita pinned Trish with a moonsault; Matt & Jeff fought off Test & Albert after the match, although they sustained a beating in the process (Fully Loaded 00 - 7/23/00; Dallas, TX)
- Trish Stratus pinned Lita in a strap match at 1:47 after WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon interfered while the referee was knocked out and hit Lita in the face with the title belt (7/24/00; Austin, TX)
- WWF Women's Champion Lita, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Jackie, WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian at 4:00 when Jeff pinned Christian following Matt's Twist of Fate and the Swanton; after the bout, the Hardyz celebrated with their father, who was shown in attendance (8/29/00; Fayetteville, NC)
- WWF Women's Champion Lita pinned Jackie in a hardcore match at 3:53 after spraying her with a fire extinguisher and then hitting her over the head with a cookie sheet (10/9/00; Anaheim, CA)
- WWF Women's Champion Lita defeated Trish Stratus in a Bra & Panties match at 2:09 after hitting the moonsault (10/23/00; Hartford, CT)
- WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko, Eddie Guerrero, & Perry Saturn (w/ Terri) defeated Lita, Matt & Jeff Hardy in an elimination match at 8:03; Jeff pinned Guerrero at 2:56 with the Swanton after Lita hit the Twist of Fate behind the referee's back; Saturn pinned Jeff at 3:41 with the DVD after catching Hardy as Hardy attempted a springboard splash in the corner; Matt pinned Saturn with a kick to the midsection and the Twist of Fate at 5:07; Malenko pinned Matt with a roll up at 5:33 after sending Hardy into Lita, knocking Lita to the floor; Malenko defeated Lita via submission with the Texas Cloverleaf; after the bout, Malenko threw Lita to the floor before the Hardy Boyz returned to the ring to scare him from ringside; moments later, Michael Cole interviewed Lita at ringside during which she said she knew she could beat Malenko (Armageddon 00 - 12/10/00; Birmingham, AL)
- Perry Saturn & Terri (w/ WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko) defeated Matt Hardy & Lita (w/ Jeff Hardy) at 3:22 when Terri pinned Lita after Malenko interfered behind the referee's back and dropped Lita with a DDT after Lita hit the moonsault on Terri (12/30/00 - San Antonio, TX)
- Lita pinned Dean Malenko at 3:04 after Matt Hardy interfered as the referee was knocked out, stole away Malenko's steel chair and hit Malenko with it; after the bout, Hardy kissed Lita, then apologized and walked up the ramp; moments later, she followed and kissed him back on the ramp (2/19/01; St. Louis, MO)
- Lita (w/ Matt Hardy) pinned Molly Holly (w/ Crash Holly) with the moonsault at 2:57 after the masked woman interfered, as the referee was distracted by Hardy and Crash arguing on the floor, and dropped Molly with a DDT; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would be the #1 contender to the WWF Women's Title (2/26/01; Phoenix, AZ)
- Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita & Matt Hardy) pinned the Big Show at 3:07 with a fast count from the referee after the Swanton and Matt and Lita hitting legdrops off the top in plain view of the referee; earlier in the match, Show shoved the referee to the mat (4/3/01; Oklahoma City, OK)

(9/25/01)
- Kurt Angle defeated WCW World Champion Booker T via submission with the ankle lock to win the title at 10:29, despite Steve Austin interfering and hitting the Stunner on Angle after a Harlem side kick from the champion accidentally knocked out the referee; late in the bout, many members of the Alliance came ringside to help save Booker's title only for a WWF contingent to make the save, with both groups brawling around ringside; as the referee was distracted, Kanyon came in the ring and hit Angle in the back with a steel chair; moments later, the wrestlers were escorted backstage by officials or battled into the crowd (7/24/01; Pittsburgh, PA)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho at 10:59 with the Stunner; moments prior to the finish, William Regal came ringside and pulled surprise guest ringside enforcer Mick Foley out of the ring as Jericho had the champion caught in the Walls of Jericho; in the ensuing brawl on the floor, Foley accidentally hit Jericho with a steel chair blow to the head as he attempted to attack Regal; Vince McMahon was banned from ringside for the duration of the bout; after the match, Foley brought Regal into the ring where he was put in Jericho's Walls of Jericho while at the same time sustaining the Mr. Socko Mandible Claw from Foley (6/4/01; Minneapolis, MN)
- Jeff Hardy pinned WWF IC Champion Triple H to win the title at 8:06 with the Swanton after Matt Hardy ran in the ring and hit the champion over the head with a steel chair (4/10/01; Philadelphia, PA)
- Steve Austin fought WWF World Champion Kurt Angle to a no contest at around 12:20 when Triple H came ringside, pulled referee Earl Hebner out of the ring as Austin had Angle covered with the Stunner, led Hebner around the ring by his hair, and ultimately knocked him out with a punch; after the bout, Austin threw Angle to the floor and invited Triple H into the ring; after battling in the ring and at ringside, Triple H busted Austin open with a series of blows with a steel pipe, finally laying Austin across the announce table and posing on top of Austin's motionless body as the show came to a close (1/8/01; San Jose, CA)
- Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho with the Pedigree to win the title at 7:30 after hitting Jericho over the head with a steel chair as the champion had Stephanie in the Walls of Jericho; moments prior to the bout, William Regal ran into the ring with the chair, as the Walls were applied on the challenger, but Jericho dropped him before he could use the weapon (4/3/01; Oklahoma City, OK)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz & Spike Dudley defeated Edge, Christian, & Rhyno via disqualification at 5:54 when Edge hit Bubba Ray in hte back with a steel chair as the remaining participants battled on the floor; after the bout, Spike fought off Edge and Christian before being Gored by Rhyno through a table set up against the corner (3/20/01; Providence, RI)
- The Rock defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin (w/ Vince McMahon) via disqualification in a steel cage match at around the 6-minute mark when McMahon entered the cage and knocked out referee Tim White with a double axe handle after the challenger hit the Rock Bottom; moments prior to the finish, McMahon pulled the referee out of the cage to prevent him from counting the pin as Rock had Austin covered with the People's Elbow; the referee responded by shoving McMahon to the floor; after the match, Triple H entered the cage with a sledgehammer, teased a face turn, but eventually helped in triple teaming the Rock; prior to the bout, McMahon did the ring introduction for the champion; as the show came to a close, the Rock was beaten bloody while Triple H, Austin, and McMahon shared a few beers (Rock's last match until July) (4/2/01; Ft. Worth, TX)

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WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels pinned the Undertaker at 29:56 in a non-title Hell in a Cell match after Paul Bearer and Kane came ringside, Kane ripped the door off the cage, and hit the tombstone on the Undertaker before leaving ringside; Michaels was escorted to the ring by Triple H, Chyna, and Rick Rude but all three returned backstage after the cage door was locked shut; midway through the contest, the door had to be unlocked in order to get an injured cameraman to safety (a local indy wrestler) – resulting in the two participants having a lengthy brawl outside and on top of the cage; after the contest, Triple H and Chyna helped Michaels backstage; due to prematch stipulations, Michaels earned a world title shot for the Survivor Series (the 1st ever HIAC; Kane's debut) (Badd Blood - 10/5/97; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Center)
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The Undertaker pinned Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) following three tombstone piledrivers; after the match, Kane hit the tombstone on the Undertaker onto a steel chair; prior to the contest, Pete Rose ran down the city of Boston until Kane entered the ring and hit the tombstone (WrestleMania XIV - 3/29/98; Boston, MA; Fleet Center)
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The Undertaker defeated Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) in an Inferno match (Unforgiven 98 - 4/26/98; Greensboro Coliseum)
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The Undertaker pinned Kurt Angle at 7:37 with a chokeslam and the powerbomb (Fully Loaded 00 - 7/23/00; Dallas, TX; Reunion Arena)
- The Undertaker pinned Triple H with a powerbomb out of the corner; prior to the match, Motorhead performed Triple H's theme song live as he made his way to the ring (WrestleMania X7 - 4/1/01; Houston, TX; AstroDome)

Summer Slam 01
- Lita, Molly Holly, & Jackie defeated Ivory, Stacy Keibler, & Torrie Wilson at 2:55 when Jackie pinned Ivory after Lita interfered behind the referee's back and hit the Twist of Fate; the bout was scheduled as Lita & Jackie vs. Ivory, Stacy, & Torrie in a handicap match but Molly filled in for an injured Lita, with Lita then appearing during the closing seconds of the match (8/19/01; San Jose, CA)

Hardy Boyz: Leap of Faith (11/6/01)
- Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes to win the titles at 4:25 when Matt pinned Bradshaw with a tornado DDT after Jeff used Michael Hayes' cane as a weapon; Bradshaw wrestled without medical clearance after being tombstoned onto the steel ring steps by Kane on Sunday Night Heat; prior to their entrance, Bradshaw knocked down a medic who tried to stop him from participating in the match; after the match, the new champions and Hayes celebrated at the entrance stage (6/29/99; Fayetteville, NC)
- Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Edge & Christian in a ladder match at 16:30 to win the TIT Best of 7 series when Jeff leapt from one ladder to another, knocked Edge off, and grabbed the bag of $100,000; due to pre-match stipulations, the Hardyz won the managerial services of Terri Runnels; named Pro Wrestling Torch's Match of the Year (No Mercy 99 - 10/17/99; Cleveland, OH)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated the Dudley Boyz and Matt & Jeff Hardy in a TLC match at 14:49 after throwing a ladder into Matt Hardy, who was dangling by the title belts 20 feet in the air; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Summer Slam 00 - 8/27/00; Raleigh, NC)
- Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian in a steel cage match to win the titles at 13:32 after both challengers hit a con-chair-two on Edge as the three mene were on the top of the cage, allowing Matt Hardy to climb over the top to the floor; Jeff escaped over the top at 2:01; Christian escaped over the top at 9:28; Lita came out to help the Hardyz at around the 11:30 mark (Unforgiven 00 - 9/24/00; Philadelphia, PA)
- Edge & Christian defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz and Matt & Jeff Hardy in TLC 2 to win the titles at 15:41 when Christian, on Rhyno's shoulders, grabbed the belts as Edge prevented D-Von Dudley from making the save, moments after Rhyno shoved both Bubba Ray Dudley and Matt Hardy off the top of a ladder, with both men falling through a table set up on the floor; earlier in the bout, both Lita and Spike Dudley interfered on behalf of their teams as well; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania X-7 - 4/1/01; Houston, TX)
- Lita, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin, WWF IC Champion Triple H, & Stephanie McMahon when Lita pinned Stephanie with the Twist of Fate / moonsault combo at 6:58; after the match, Triple H assaulted Lita and dropped her with the Pedigree, with Austin then hitting both Hardys with a steel chair; Lita eventually covered Matt's body, with Austin then repeatedly hitting her with the chair across the back and ribs; Triple H followed by dropping Jeff with the Pedigree and Austin then dropped Lita with the Stunner (4/9/01; Boston, MA)

Unforgiven 01 (11/6/01)

No Mercy 01 (12/4/01)

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