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March 30, 2003 - Seattle, Washington

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ON STAGE: John Cena came out and cut a promo ripping on those chump rappers Jay-Z and Fabolous. Fabolous was supposed to face Cena in a rap competition, but backed out.

Sunday Night Heat Match - WWE World Tag Team Championship (RAW)
Lance Storm &
Chief Sean Morley

w/D-Von & Bubba Ray Dudley
def. Rob Van Dam &

via Pinfall (9:59)
Notes: Lance pinned RVD. Chief Morley was substituting for the ill William Regal. The Dudley Boyz gave the 3D to Lance, but then hit RVD when he went for the cover. They threw Storm on top of RVD, and 1-2-3.

Match #1 - WWE Cruiserweight Championship (SMDN)
Matt Hardy
w/Shannon Moore
def. Rey Mysterio
via Pinfall (5:38)
Notes: Matt grabbed the bottom rope to secure the pinfall on that donkey Rey Mysterio. Mattitude wins out again!

Match #2 - Handicap Match (SMDN)
The Undertaker def. The Big Show &
via Pinfall (9:45)
Notes: Undertaker pinned A-Train. Nathan Jones was originally slated to team with the Undertaker, but Show and Train ambushed Nate on Sunday Night Heat. But Jones came out later in the match, kicked A-Train in the face, and essentially gave 'Taker the opening for the Tombstone and then the pinfall. Oh yeah, Limp Bizkit played Undertaker to the ring. Big deal.

Match #3 - WWE Women's Championship - Triple Threat Match (RAW)
Trish Stratus
def. Victoria
via Pinfall (7:17)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Trish pinned Victoria. The ladies represented themselves really well this year. A nice match by all three. Too bad my girl Victoria didn't come out on the winning end, though.

Match #4 - WWE Tag Team Championship - Triple Threat Match (SMDN)
"Team Angle"
(Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin)
def. Chris Benoit & Rhyno
"Los Guerreros"
(Eddie & Chavo Guerrero)
via Pinfall (8:45)
Notes: Benjamin pinned Chavo. Rhyno gored Chavo, but Eddie pulled Rhyno out of the ring. Shelton went for the pin, and Team Angle retained their gold.

Match #5 (RAW)
Shawn Michaels def. Chris Jericho via Pinfall (22:33)
Notes: Jericho really wanted to defeat his childhood hero, but on this night, it was not to be. Michaels eeked out another victory. After the match, the two men hugged, but then Y2J kicked Michaels in the nuts.

ON STAGE: (snore) Limp Bizkit played again. Bunch of losers. Pretty much a piss break.

ON STAGE: In an equally pathetic exhibition, the Miller Lite Catfight Girls were set to go at it when first Stacy Keibler and then Torrie Wilson came out. The four started going at it, but then Coach got involved. His pants came down, and the crowd was treated to Coach's tighty-whities. This kind of shit makes me embarassed to be a wrestling fan. Like these two whores brought in any more PPV buys.

Match #6 - World Heavyweight Championship (RAW)
Triple H
w/Ric Flair
def. Booker T
via Pinfall (18:46)
Notes: In the biggest job of the night, Booker T lost to Triple H. I'm so damn sick of Triple H, it almost makes me go out and win Tough Enough so I can kick his ass. Booker deserved this win, but all we get is more (expletive) Triple H shoved down our throats. BORING.

Match #7 - Street Fight (SMDN)
Hulk Hogan def. Vince McMahon via Pinfall (20:47)
Notes: During the match, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper came out of nowhere and entered the ring while Hogan and McMahon were down. Piper grabbed a pipe that McMahon had earlier brought out, made like he was going to hit McMahon, but turned and drilled Hogan. Piper left, and Vinnie-Mac went for the pipe but referee Brian Hebner stopped him. Vince tossed out Brian (it was a sloppy job; Brian can't take a bump like his old man). Mike Sparks ran out but Vince's bogus referee from No Way Out stopped him with a fist to the face. Vince went for a cover, but Hogan hulked up, took out the bogus referee, laid out Vince, gave a legdrop, Hebner recovered, and it was over. Hogan did some posing, and out came Shane McMahon to tend to his father. Hogan let him enter unmolested, and as Hulk walked off Vince sat up and gave him the finger. Whew!

Match #8 (RAW)
The Rock def. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin via Pinfall (17:52)
Notes: Austin lost at WrestleMania for the first time since WrestleMania XIII. I think he had to lose because of his walkout the year before. But it was a decent match, with some funny spots like Rock putting on Austin's leather vest. In kind of an anti-climactic finish, Rock won with a People's Elbow and three Rock Bottoms. Rocky got the monkey off his back, even with that hilarious and ridiculous entrance video/music.

Match #9 - WWE World Heavyweight Championship (SMDN)
Brock Lesnar
def. Kurt Angle
via Pinfall (21:06)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Well, that dumb-as-a-doorknob Brock Lesnar won the title for the second time. Oh, wait. I'm sorry for the doorknobs I've offended. Kurt gave it his all, but there was really no doubt who was going to win in the end. Lesnar nearly killed himself when he boffed a shooting star press off the tope rope and landed on his head. But he recovered and laid an arm over Kurt for the cover. The two men hugged in the ring after the match.

Commentary:Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler (RAW) / Michael Cole and Tazz (SMDN)
w/Jonathan Coachman
Spanish: Carlos Cabrera, Hugo Savinovich
Ring Announcer:Howard Finkel, Tony Chimel
National Anthem:Ashanti (America the Beautiful)
Celebrities:Limp Bizkit (band), Ashanti (singer), Miller Lite Girls (lame ad chicks, 14:38 into their 15 min at time of writing)
Referees/Officials:Chad Patton, Mike Sparks, Brian Hebner, Jack Doan, Jimmy Korderas, Charles Robinson, Nick Patrick, Brian Hebner, Earl Hebner, etc.

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