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August 27, 2000 - Raleigh, North Carolina
Raleigh Entertainment & Sports Arena

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Match #1 - Six-Man Tag Team Match
"Right to Censor"
Steven Richards
Bull Buchanan
The Goodfather
def. Rikishi &
"Too Cool"

(Scotty 2 Hotty & Grandmaster Sexay)
w/Victoria, Mandy
via Pinfall (5:13)
Notes: Scotty was going for the Worm, but Richards gave him a boot to the chops and then pinned Scotty. The RTC beats those sluts and punks!

Match #2
X-Pac def. "Road Dogg" Jesse James via Pinfall (4:41)
Notes: X-Pac used a low blow to set up the X-Factor, and that didn't sit well with Road Dogg. He laid out Punk after the match and walked off.

Match #3 - WWF Intercontinental Championship - Mixed Tag Team Match
Chyna &
Eddie Guerrero

Challengers
def. Trish Stratus &
Val Venis

Champion
via Pinfall (7:14)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Chyna pinned Trish while Eddie and Val fought outside the ring.

Match #4
Jerry "The King" Lawler def. Tazz via Pinfall (4:25)
Notes: Tazz had Lawler locked in the Tazzmission, but Jim Ross got up from the announce position and smashed a glass jar of candy over Tazz's head. He was out, and King made the cover.

Match #5 - WWF Hardcore Championship
Steve Blackman
Challenger
def. Shane McMahon
Champion
via Pinfall (10:08)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Blackman was taking Shane to the woodshed when Test and Albert appeared. They helped Shane turn the tide, but Blackman made it out of that jam. He chased Shane to the top of the structure in the entryway, and beat Shane off. Shane fell a huge distance, and then Blackman jumped onto him to finish him off.

Match #6 - 2-out-of-3 Falls Match
Chris Benoit def. Chris Jericho via 2-1 (13:20)
Notes: Benoit won the first fall via submission at 3:14, and Chris Jericho won the second fall at 8:38 also via submission. Benoit won the final fall via pinfall (with a little help from the ropes).

Match #7 - WWF World Tag Team Championship - Tables, Ladders, & Chairs Match
Edge & Christian
Champions
def. "The Dudley Boyz"
(D-Von & Bubba Ray Dudley)
"The Hardy Boyz"
(Matt & Jeff Hardy)
Challengers
(14:48)
Notes: Quite possibly the greatest tag team match EVER. There was just so much action, so many high spots, it was incredible. If you want to see six men fighting tooth and nail, this is the match. Wow.

Match #8 - Stinkface Match
The Kat
w/Al Snow
def. Terri
w/Perry Saturn
(3:05)
Notes: Kat gave the stinkface to Terri. Really mindless, but amusing.

Match #9
The Undertaker DRAW Kane No Contest (6:16)
Notes: The Undertaker just beat down Kane and the match never officially started. 'Taker eventually ripped Kane's mask off. The time listed is from when the 'Taker first attacked Kane until the Kane was unmasked.

Match #10 - WWF World Heavyweight Championship - Triple Threat, No Disqualification Match
The Rock
Champion
def. Kurt Angle
Triple H

Challengers
via Pinfall (20:10)
Notes: The Rock pinned Triple H. Kurt Angle's head was slammed into the announce table when it gave way during a Triple H Pedigree. And all that action was before the bell even rang. Rock finally came out when Kurt was being carted off and the match was on. Stephanie didn't listen to her husband Triple H, like a good wife should do. She came out and nearly cost Hunter the match, so Sgt. Slaughter came and escorted her back. But Steph then convinced Kurt to go and rejoin the match to help Hunter. In the end, Hunter punched Stephanie, Kurt hit Hunter with the sledge, and the Rock threw out Kurt and pinned Triple H.

Commentary:Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler
w/Michael Cole, Lilian Garcia
Spanish: Carlos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
Ring Announcer:Howard Finkel
Host at WWFNY:The Acolytes
Referees/Officials:Mike Chioda, Tim White, Jack Doan, Teddy Long, Chad Patton, Jimmy Korderas, Earl Hebner, Commissioner Mick Foley, Tony Garea, Sgt. Slaughter, Mark Yeaton, etc.

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