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WWF: Backlash 2000 [VHS]
WWF: Backlash 2000 [VHS]
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5.0 out of 5 stars Backlash is top-of-the-line, October 19, 2000
From top to bottom, Backlash 2000 is one of the best pay-per-views put on by the World Wrestling Federation. Even the filler matches are good.
April 30, 2000 -- Washington D.C. -- MCI Center
Edge & Christian vs. Road Dogg & X-Pac -- This is a Tag Team Title Match. A great effort put on by all four men, as the crowd is into the whole match.
Dean Malenko vs. Scotty II Hotty -- One of the best matches of the night, as these guys put forth an incredible effort as the loser of the match takes a man-sized bump at the end.
Acolytes vs. Bull Buchanan & Big Boss Man -- This was a pretty good match, but not one of the highlight ones. Surprisingly, these four big brawlers showcase some great wrestling maneuvers.
Crash Holly vs. Tazz vs. Perry Saturn vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Matt Hardy vs. Hardcore Holly -- This is a classic hardcore title match as everybody goes after the houdini of hardcore, Crash Holly. Matt Hardy practically commits suicide as he jumps off of the entryway onto his five opponents! I am not a fan of hardcore, but I liked this match.
Big Show vs. Kurt Angle -- The match itself was awful, but it is short and is the funniest thing I have ever seen in my life. Buy the video just for this part!
Dudley Boyz vs. T&A -- Not a very impressive match and was probably the only real fast forward match on the card. The ending is pretty well-booked though. The match just drags on and on.
Eddie Guerrero vs. Essa Rios -- Pretty good match, but Essa Rios just isn't over. There is a reason that this was Essa Rios' only pay-per-view appearance (unless Papi Chulo was in a Royal Rumble or something).
Chris Jericho vs. Chris Benoit -- Need I say more? Best match of the night, by far.
Triple H vs. The Rock -- The contreversy of whether or not "Stone Cold" Steve Austin will be in the house runs throughout this match, officiated by Shane McMahon. I am not a big Rock fan, but I did heavily enjoy this match. I also think that a WWF Pay-Per-View can be successful without a McMahon (or all four, like this one had) being involved in the main event. But when you own a company, I guess you can do anything you want with it.
Nothing can be perfect, but this PPV was close. A great event with a great effort by everybody. Had it not been for the People's Elbow this would have gotten FIVE STARS. I actually gave it FOUR AND A HALF STARS and rounded up.
I highly recommend this, and I hope this review helped you in your buying decision.

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