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October 19, 2003 - Baltimore, Maryland
1st Mariner Arena

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Sunday Night Heat Match
Billy Kidman def. Shannon Moore via Pinfall (5:12)
Notes: The #1 MF'er came to the ring alone, because Matt Hardy had to be busy preparing for his match later on in the evening.

Match #1 - WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Tajiri
Champion
def. Rey Mysterio
Challenger
via Pinfall (11:40)
Notes: Mysterio landed the 619 and went for a cover when a 'fan' tried to get into the ring. Hebner Jr. tackled him, and the distraction gave Tajiri his opening.

Match #2
Chris Benoit def. A-Train via Submission (12:24)
Notes: Albert pulled out all the stops, even trying a steel chair, but Benoit won via the Sharpshooter.

Match #3
Zach Gowen def. Matt Hardy Ver. 1.0
w/Shannon Moore
via Pinfall (5:33)
Notes: Did you know that Matt can not be grossed out? He also has survived five car wrecks. Too bad he couldn't survive the "Zach Attack." Yes, I'm being sarcastic.

Match #4
"The Basham Brothers"
(Doug & Danny Basham)
def. "The APA"
(Faarooq & Bradshaw)
via Pinfall (8:55)
Notes: Doug pinned Bradshaw. Shaniqua ran down with a club and well, clubbed Bradshaw with it. I can't believe the APA jobbed to these guys.

Match #5 - No Holds Barred I Quit Match
Vince McMahon
w/Sable
def. Stephanie McMahon
w/Linda McMahon
(9:24)
Notes: If Vince lost, he would give up being the chairman of WWE. If Stephanie lost, she would lose her job at general manager. Stephanie got in her licks, but Vince had Sable throw him a pipe. Vince was choking Steph out with the pipe when Linda threw in the towel, ending the match. Adieu, Stephanie.

Match #6
Kurt Angle def. John Cena via Submission (18:28)
Notes: John Cena, aka "The Future," had another great promo before the match and another on Heat. This has to be a preview of WrestleMania. This is main event material, right here. Great match by both men, great moves and many near-falls. But it was Kurt that won on this night. Cena came close, but had no choice but to tap out to the anklelock. Cena will be back. Belie dat, bro. Word life.

Match #7 - WWE United States Championship
The Big Show
Challenger
def. Eddie Guerrero
Champion
via Pinfall (11:27)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- I don't think Guerrero was 100 percent after the beating he took on the SmackDown prior, but who cares? Big Show would have won anyway. Eddie tried all his cheating tricks, but Big Show overcame. Chavo tried to console a visibly upset Eddie after the fact. But a great win for Show.

Match #8 - WWE World Heavyweight Championship - Biker Chain Match
Brock Lesnar
Champion
def. The Undertaker
Challenger
via Pinfall (24:14)
Notes: A chain was hung on a pole in one of the corners. Whomever reached it could use it. When 'Taker went for the chain for the first time, the arena lights went out. I don't know if that was supposed to happen or what, but either way he didn't get the chain. The F.B.I. attacked 'Taker during the match, but I guess there are no DQs in one of these "biker chain matches." Anyway, Undertaker grabbed the chain, but Vince McMahon appeared and pushed him off the ropes. Lesnar grabbed the chain, popped the Dead Man, and it was all over. Man, the Undertaker needs to hook up with Paul Bearer and the druids again. This biker thing blows.

Commentary:Michael Cole and Tazz
w/Josh Mathews
Spanish: Carlos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
Ring Announcer:Tony Chimel
Referees/Officials:Brian Hebner, Jimmy Korderas, Mike Sparks, Nick Patrick, Linda McMahon, Vince McMahon, GM Stephanie McMahon, Mark Yeaton, etc.

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