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November 17, 2002 - New York, New York
Madison Square Garden

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Sunday Night Heat Match (INTER)
William Regal
& Lance Storm
def. Goldust &
The Hurricane
via Pinfall (3:01)
Notes: Tommy Dreamer came out after and attacked Regal and Storm.

Match #1 - Six-Man Tag Team Elimination Table Match (RAW)
Bubba Ray Dudley
Spike Dudley
Jeff Hardy
def. Rico &
"Three-Minute Warning"

(Rosey & Jamal)
(14:20)
Notes: Spike was put through at 4:23 by 3MW, Jeff eliminated Rosey at 7:52, Jeff was eliminated in spectacular fashion by Jamal at 10:57, Bubba Ray eliminated Jamal at 12:08, and when both 3MW members and Rico started ganging up on Bubba, D-Von appeared! They fought off 3MW and then gave Rico the 3D through the table for the win.

At "The World": Stacy Keibler introduced Saliva, who sang the theme from Survivor Series, "Always." This pissed me off. I'm paying for wrestling, not some crap-assed song.

Match #2 - WWE Cruiserweight Championship (SMDN)
Billy Kidman
Challenger
def. Jamie Noble
Champion
w/Nidia
via Pinfall (7:28)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Nidia tried to stop Kidman from jumping off the top rope, but he kicked her away, and proceeded to win the title via the Shooting Star Press.

Match #3 - WWE Women's Championship - Hardcore Match (RAW)
Victoria
Challenger
def. Trish Stratus
Champion
via Pinfall (6:59)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- The female loose cannon really took it to Trish, but I have to say that Trish gave as good as she got. But Trish couldn't recover from the devastating fire extinguisher maneuver, and the lovely Victoria picks up the win.

Match #4 - WWE World Heavyweight Championship (SMDN)
The Big Show
Challenger
def. Brock Lesnar
Champion
w/Paul Heyman
via Pinfall (4:19)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Oh yeah, baby! Heyman turns on Brock and the big nasty bastard gets the victory! I'll give Brock credit, though. He gave the F5 to Show, and it was a sight. But Show still walked out with the title, and that's what matters.

Match #5 - WWE Tag Team Championship - Elimination Match (SMDN)
Eddie & Chavo Guerrero
Challengers
def. Edge & Rey Mysterio
Champions
Kurt Angle & Chris Benoit
Challengers
via Submission (19:19)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Edge pinned Benoit at 13:07. Chavo hit Benoit with the belt, but Kurt ended up with it after chasing Chavo off. Benoit was upset, and it gave Edge an opening. Mysterio tapped out to Eddie, giving the Latino Heat the titles. In an amusing bit, before the match, the camera showed Dawn Marie and Al Wilson in the crowd.

IN RING: Chris Nowinski and Matt Hardy were poking fun at New Yorkers when Scott Steiner debuted (well, actually returned). He cleaned house and talked a little on the mic.

Match #6 - World Heavyweight Championship - Elimination Chamber (RAW)
Shawn Michaels
Challenger
def. Triple H
Champion
w/Ric Flair
Chris Jericho
Kane
Booker T
Rob Van Dam

Challengers
via Pinfall (39:17)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Jericho, Booker, Kane, and Michaels started the match in the chambers while Triple H and RVD fought. Every five minutes someone was released. Jericho came out first, then Booker, then Kane, and finally Michaels. Booker pinned RVD at 13:36, Jericho pinned Booker at 17:39, Jericho pinned Kane at 22:51, Michaels pinned Jericho at 30:40, and Michaels pinned Triple H for the win. OK match to begin with, but when it got down to Triple H and Michaels, it was a lot better.

Commentary:Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler (RAW) / Michael Cole and Tazz (Smackdown)
w/Jonathan Coachman, Teri
Spanish: Carlos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
Ring Announcer:Howard Finkel, Tony Chimel
Host at "The World":Stacy Keibler
Referees/Officials:Jack Doan, Jimmy Korderas, Charles Robinson, Mike Chioda, Mike Sparks, Brian Hebner, Earl Hebner, Chad Patton, Eric Bischoff, etc.

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