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September 21, 2003 - Hershey, Pennsylvania
GIANT Center

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Sunday Night Heat Match
Maven def. Steven Richards
via Pinfall (5:13)
Notes: Why is Maven still around? And more importantly, why is Victoria hanging around with Steven Richards?

Match #1 - WWE World Tag Team Championship - Handicap Table Match
"The Dudley Boyz"
(D-Von & Bubba Ray Dudley)
def. Rob Conway &
"La Resistance"

(Sylvain Grenier & Rene Dupree)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- The Dudleyz were down early, but battled back and won the titles from La Resistance and "The Serviceman."

Match #2
Test def. Scott Steiner via Pinfall (6:56)
Notes: Stacy Keibler came out first, since she was really the focal point of this match. Stacy grabbed a chair and aimed for Test, but he of course dodged it and she ended up knocking out Steiner instead. Steiner became Test's property because he lost the bout.

Match #3
Randy Orton
w/Ric Flair
def. Shawn Michaels via Pinfall (19:20)
Notes: The Legend Killer defeats Michaels. Flair put Orton's foot on the rope when Michaels pinned him. The ref counted the fall and the bell rang. The ref then saw the foot on the rope and for some reason let the match continue. Flair handed Orton some brass knucks and the match ended quickly after that. Nice match, though, and plenty of Flair antics to boot.

Match #4
Lita &
Trish Stratus
def. Molly Holly &
Gail Kim
via Pinfall (6:46)
Notes: The returning Lita pinned Women's Champion Molly with a moonsault off the top rope. A good ladies match, with good wrestling. Way better than some lame T&A match.

Match #5 - Last Man Standing Match
Kane def. Shane McMahon (19:52)
Notes: Brutal match with plenty of big maneuvers. Shane went from pillar to post and kicked the steel steps in Kane's face, but the true highlight was when Shane climbed up the structure framing the entryway and jumped off. Too bad Kane rolled out of the way. Shane had to be carted off, but kudos to both men.

Match #6 - WWE Intercontinental Championship - Triple Threat Match
def. Chris Jericho
Rob Van Dam

via Pinfall (19:02)
Notes: Decent match, the greatest point being Christian powerbombing both Jericho and RVD at the same time. The peeps loved that. STD (that's not a typo) went for the 5-Star, but Christian had the title belt and placed it on his knees when STD came down. That was all she wrote. Where was the ref? He was checking on Jericho, who was kicked off the apron by STD right before the ill-fated 5-Star.

Match #7
Al Snow &
Jonathan Coachman
def. Jim Ross &
Jerry "The King" Lawler
via Pinfall (8:16)
Notes: I don't know why they let this run over 8 minutes. A slobberknocker it wasn't. But JR was the legal man, and he started beating down Coach, but while the referee was trying to break up Snow and Lawler on the outside, Chris Jericho ran down and took out JR. Coach was thrown on top, and just like that Al Snow and Jonathan Coachman became the new RAW announce team.

Match #8 - World Heavyweight Championship
Bill Goldberg
def. Triple H
via Pinfall (14:55)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- If Goldberg lost the match, he would have to leave wrestling forever. Triple H could lose the title via countout or DQ. Trips tried using the good old sledge, but Goldberg would not be denied. He ended the long reign of Triple H after a spear and jackhammer.

Commentary:Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler
w/Marc Loyd
Spanish: Carlos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
Ring Announcer:Lilian Garcia
Referees/Officials:Charles Robinson, Nick Patrick, Earl Hebner, Chad Patton, GM Steve Austin, etc.

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