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April 2, 2000 - Anaheim, California
Arrowhead Pond

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Match #1
The Big Boss Man &
Bull Buchanan
def. The Godfather &
D'Lo Brown

w/Ice-T, Hos
via Pinfall (9:04)
Notes: Buchanan pinned D'Lo. Boss Man connected with the sidewalk slam and Buchanan dropped the leg from the top rope. The two corrections officers chased off the whores after the match.

Match #2 - WWF Hardcore Championship - Battle Royal
Hardcore Holly
Challenger
def. Crash Holly
Champion
Tazz, Viscera, Sho Funaki, Taka Michinoku,
Rodney, Joey Abs, Pete Gas, Thrasher, Mosh,
Faarooq, Bradshaw
via Pinfall (15:00)
Notes: For this 15-minute match, the title could change hands an unlimited number of times. Hardcore Holly won the last pinfall and walked out the champion. To see the other ridiculous title changes, check out the Hardcore Title history under the defunct titles section.

Match #3
"T & A"
(Test & Albert)
w/Trish Stratus
def. "Head Cheese"
(Al Snow & Steve Blackman)
via Pinfall (7:01)
Notes: Test pinned Blackman. Al Snow brought out "Chester," some guy in a cheddar cheese costume. They beat him up after they lost.

Match #4 - WWF World Tag Team Championship - Triple Threat Ladder Match
Edge & Christian
Challengers
def. "The Dudley Boyz"
(D-Von & Bubba Ray Dudley)
Champions
"The Hardy Boyz"
(Matt & Jeff Hardy)
Challengers
(22:26)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Wow. Not much more to say than that. Every kind of move done off the tops of the ladders, people going through tables, and more. People have to watch this match. It has to be seen.

Match #5 - Cat Fight
Terri
w/Fabulous Moolah
def. The Kat
w/Mae Young
(2:25)
Notes: Val Venis was the guest referee. To win, the lady had to throw the other out of the ring. Terri went for the ride a couple of times, but due to chaos created by Moolah and Mae, Terri won.

Match #6 - Six-Man Tag Team Match
Chyna &
"Too Cool"

(Scotty 2 Hotty & Grandmaster Sexay)
def. "The Radicalz"
Dean Malenko
Perry Saturn
Eddie Guerrero
via Pinfall (9:39)
Notes: Chyna pinned Guerrero. Chyna's attraction to Guerrero was obvious. She needed the "Latino Heat."

Match #7 - WWF Intercontinental & European Championships - Two Fall Triple Threat Match
Chris Benoit
Challenger
def. Kurt Angle
IC Champion
Chris Jericho
Challenger
via Pinfall (7:55)
Chris Jericho
Challenger
def. Kurt Angle
EUR Champion
Chris Benoit
Challenger
via Pinfall (5:41)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- (x2) Benoit pinned Jericho to win the Intercontinental title in the first fall, and then Jericho pinned Benoit to win the European title. Kurt Angle was screwed. He lost both titles without even being pinned.

Match #8
Rikishi &
Kane

w/Paul Bearer
def. X-Pac &
"Road Dogg" Jesse James

w/Tori
via Pinfall (4:16)
Notes: Kane pinned X-Pac. Too Cool and the Chicken showed up afterwords, and danced with Rikishi. Pete Rose came out and tried to whallop Kane with a bat, but Rikishi stopped him. Rose then got stink-faced and chokeslammed. Pete Rose, 0-3.

Match #9 - WWF World Heavyweight Championship - Fatal Four-Way Elimination Match
Triple H
Champion
w/Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley
def. The Rock
Challenger
w/Vince McMahon
Mick Foley
Challenger
w/Linda McMahon
The Big Show
Challenger
w/Shane McMahon
via Pinfall (36:25)
Notes: The Rock pinned the Big Show at 4:49, Triple H pinned Foley at 19:41, and then he pinned the Rock at 36:25. Vince was beaten up by Shane during the match, and went to the locker room. Later he came out and knocked out Shane, but then hit the Rock with a chair to allow Triple H the win.


Commentary:Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler
w/Michael Cole, Kevin Kelly
Spanish: Carlos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
Ring Announcer:Howard Finkel
National Anthem:Lilian Garcia
Celebrities:Ice-T (rapper), Michael Clarke Duncan (actor)
Referees/Officials:Mike Sparks, Tim White, Jimmy Korderas, Teddy Long, Chad Patton, Jack Doan, Earl Hebner, Pat Patterson, Gerald Brisco, etc.

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