REWIND-A-WAI #9: WWF Backlash 2000

Originally published at https://www.postwrestling.com/2018/04/29/rewind-a-wai-9-wwf-backlash-2000/

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John Pollock and Wai Ting review WWF Backlash 2000 featuring The Rock vs. Triple H for the WWF Championship and the return of Stone Cold Steve Austin following a 6-month absence.

Plus, Bubba Ray Dudley “gets wood” for Trish Stratus, Chris Benoit vs. Chris Jericho, Kurt Angle takes on “The Showster”, Scott 2 Hotty vs. Dean Malenko and more in this extensive 2hr 15min review.

This edition of the show is presented by Espresso Executive Producer, Daniel Dunn.

WWF Backlash
April 30, 2000
MCI Center
Washington, DC
WWF Championship w/ Shane McMahon as special guest referee: Triple H © (w/ Mr. McMahon and Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley) vs. The Rock (w/ Stone Cold Steve Austin)
Intercontinental Championship: Chris Benoit © vs. Chris Jericho
European Championship: Eddie Guerrero © (w/ Chyna) vs. Essa Rios (w/ Lita)
Tag Team Championship: Edge and Christian © vs. D-Generation X (Road Dogg and X-Pac) (w/ Tori) WWF Light Heavyweight Championship: Dean Malenko © vs. Scotty 2 Hotty
Hardcore Championship: Crash Holly © vs. Hardcore Holly vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Matt Hardy vs. Perry Saturn vs. Tazz
*T&A (w/ Trish Stratus) vs. The Dudley Boyz
*Big Show vs. Kurt Angle
*Big Boss Man and Bull Buchanan vs. The APA

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Didn’t get to this for the official feedback, but wanted to share that WWE 2000 is a part of my “dark period” so I watched most of these pay-per-views for the first time during a chronological run through the WWE Network in 2014-15. My biggest takeaway from this period is that, when you watch the PPVs from this era with no time (or weekly TV) in between, the McMahons (Shane in particular) are on a different “side” of the main event picture pretty much every month. What a cluster…

heh. I remember Mania 2000 being a low point. A MCMAHON IN EVERY CORNER! (facepalm…)

A pointer is a breed of dog. The Lawler comment was relevant :wink:
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