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October 3, 2004 - East Rutherford, New Jersey
Continental Airlines Arena

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Sunday Night Heat Match
Mark Jindrak def. Scotty 2 Hotty via Pinfall (2:46)
Notes: Jindrak won with a punch to the face. What a finisher.

Match #1
Eddie Guerrero def. Luther Reigns
w/Mark Jindrak
via Pinfall (13:22)
Notes: During the match, Eddie stole one of those collapsable batons from a cop at ringside, and ended up using it on Luther. Hebner's kid was the referee, and he took his time removing a steel chair from the ring, allowing this to happen. I don't think anyone ever thought Eddie would lose this match anyway.

Match #2 - WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Spike Dudley
Champion
w/D-Von & Bubba Ray Dudley
def. Nunzio
Challenger
w/Johnny Stamboli
via Pinfall (8:48)
Notes: "The Boss" picked up the win with the help of his big brothers. D-Von grabbed Nunzio's leg, causing Stamboli to chase him. That freed up Bubba to introduce Nunzio's groin to the steel ringpost. Spike had distracted the referee, and quickly moved in for the cover.

Match #3
Billy Kidman def. Paul London via Pinfall (10:36)
Notes: The youngster almost pulled it off. But bad things happen when someone else tries to do Kidman's Shooting Star Press. London tried it, and received two knees to the ribs for his arrogance. Kidman, the true owner of the maneuver, connected with it and won the match. London was pretty messed up, bleeding from the mouth. Some officials attended to him and strapped him to a backboard, and Kidman went to the top and connected with the Shooting Star again. He got on the mic and blamed the fans for making him do all of this.

Match #4 - WWE Tag Team Championship
Rene Dupree &
Kenzo Suzuki

Champions
w/Fifi, Hiroko
def. Rob Van Dam &
Rey Mysterio

Challengers
via Pinfall (9:14)
Notes: Kenzo pinned Rey Rey while holding the top rope. Before the match, Kenzo sang "Born in the USA" as a tribute to New Jersey's own, Bruce Springsteen.

Match #5
The Big Show def. Kurt Angle via Pinfall (15:06)
Notes: Angle wasn't really into this match. He even walked off and was counted out at 3:34, but GM Theodore Long didn't like that one bit. He restarted the match and threatened to fire Angle if he didn't continue. Kurt wasn't at the top of his game, but he still had some opportunities. He went to work on Show's knee and did some damage, but in the end Big Show kicked out of the anklelock and broke the Kurt's tranquilizer gun in half. After that, Show stood Angle up on the top rope and chokeslammed him all the way down to the mat.

Match #6 - WWE United States Championship - Match #5 in a Best-of-Five Series
John Cena
Challenger
def. Booker T
Champion
via Pinfall (10:21)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- John Cena wins the match, takes the series (3-2), and takes the U.S. Championship. He drove Booker back into the corner and put him on his shoulders for the FU. Cena took a page out of Terrell Owens' book by taking a Sharpie out from his kneepad, signing his throwback jersey, and throwing it to the happy fans.

Match #7 - Six-Person Intergender Tag Team Match
Charlie Haas
Rico
Miss Jackie
def. D-Von Dudley
Bubba Ray Dudley
Dawn Marie
via Pinfall (8:47)
Notes: Couple of funny spots here. Bubba was intimidating Jackie and wanted her to give him a kiss. Bubba closed his eyes of course, and Jackie tagged in Rico. Rico gave Bubba a peck on the lips, and Bubba Ray flipped out. He even left the ring area for a bit, but returned in time to turn the tide. And when the Dudleyz went for the "Wassup", Rico started rubbing his crotch, daring D-Von to come off the top rope and headbutt him there. These antics got into the heads of the Dudleyz, and Rico ended up pinning D-Von after a moonsault. Dawn Marie wore a shirt that had "Charlie Loves Dawn Marie" on the front and "Dawn Marie Loves Charlie" on the back. It was promptly torn off by Jackie.

Match #8 - WWE World Heavyweight Championship - Last Ride Match
John "Bradshaw" Layfield
Champion
def. The Undertaker
Challenger
(21:05)
Notes: To win this match, a wrestler had to put his opponent into the back of a hearse and have it leave the arena. Undertaker and JBL brawled back that way, and it looked as if 'Taker would win. But John Heidenreich burst from the back of the hearse and tried to use an ether-soaked cloth to knock out Undertaker. The hearse started to drive off with Undertaker inside, but 'Taker sat up and kicked the back door open. He fought back, but the two-on-one proved to be too much for the Dead Man. JBL won the match, and his reign would go on. But it turned out that Paul Heyman was driving the hearse, and he parked it in the backstage area of the arena. Heidenreich then plowed a truck directly into the hearse. After seeing what they had done, he and Heyman took off.

Commentary:Michael Cole and Tazz (SMDN)
w/Josh Mathews
Spanish: Carolos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
Ring Announcer:Tony Chimel
Referees/Officials:Nick Patrick, Jimmy Korderas, Charles Robinson, Brian Hebner, GM Teddy Long, etc.

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