WWE PPV Flashbacks: Survivor Series - November 18, 2001

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Survivor Series
November 18, 2001
Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC

Well here we are. After the second half of 2001 being dominated by the Invasion storyline, the battle between the WWF and the Alliance is set to end on this night. Interestingly enough, the 2001 Survivor Series took place from the Greensboro Coliseum, which was actually the site of the very first Starrcade (WCW's version of WrestleMania) back in 1983. Of course, at that time the company was known as Jim Crockett Promotions, and once the shift to WCW began the company's home base became Atlanta, but its still a cool little trivia point nonetheless. Anyway, on this night, its all about one theme - winner takes all. One group, be it the WWF or the Alliance, will be out of business, with the war coming down to a classic elimination tag match in our main event tonight. Regardless of the outcome of the main event however, it was announced that any superstar that held a championship would secure their future, hence we have a number of important title matches on the card as well. Lets see how the end of the storyline that started when Shane McMahon walked out on Nitro in March comes to an end. As always, please send your feedback to me on Twitter at @Mpmcc91 and spread the word about these reviews.

Our opening video package is all about the history of the WWF and is set to the awesome "End is Near" theme. Our announce team, calling their last show together, is Jim Ross & Paul Heyman.

WWF European Championship:
Christian (c) vs Al Snow

Our first match of the night is a fairly random title defence for Christian, who recently won the European Championship by defeating Bradshaw on Smackdown as I mentioned in the last review. Its been quite a while since we have seen Al Snow on PPV. He had been winding his in-ring career down at this point and had spent a fair bit of time off TV as the head trainer on the reality series Tough Enough. He comes out to the awesome Tough Enough theme here, which would eventually be used by another superstar that we shall meet down the line. Speaking of awesome theme's, Christian's is still great and he gets on the mic before the match commences. Snow gets the early advantage here as he frustrates the champion after taking him down with a back drop. Christian fires back and sends the challenger into the turnbuckle, and follows up with a Russian Legsweep to ground the veteran. As Christian slows things down with a chinlock, Snow fights out and goes on offence, only to be sent back into the turnbuckle after an initial momentum burst. After some back and forth, Christian nails Snow with the inverted DDT, but he gloats around rather than making the cover. Snow takes the opportunity to roll the champ up, but Christian kicks out at two. He catches a crossbody attempt from the challenger and rolls into a cover a cover of his own, but Snow kicks out and delivers the Snow Plow. Christian kicks out and ends up crotching Al on the ropes. That sets things up for the champ to deliver the Unprettier to pick up the win at 6:30. Christian retains the WWF European Championship, and regardless of the outcome of the night, his job is safe. The match was fine for what it was, but really nothing more than a solid TV match.
Grade: **1/2

We now go backstage and see Stone Cold arrive in the building. The rest of the Alliance is questioning his loyalty since Vince McMahon recently revealed that he had a mole inside the Alliance working to bring it down within and suggested that it was Stone Cold himself. Of course, it would make no sense if it had been Austin since he betrayed the WWF and gave the Alliance the big win to start this whole war. Anyway, Austin tells everyone not to be paranoid.

Elsewhere we see Vince and Linda making their arrival. Michael Cole comes in and asks about the prospects of this being the last night in the company's existence. Vince is confident, because he took a calculated risk in issuing the winner take all challenge, just has he has his entire life. Alliance Commissioner Regal comes in and tells Vince he shouldn't be so confident, because Stone Cold is committed to the Alliance. Speaking of Regal, he's in action next.

Tajiri vs William Regal
We have a rematch from Rebellion in our next match, although that was just for the UK, so its not talked about here. This was supposed to be Tajiri facing the WWF Light Heavyweight Champion in a unification match, since he's the WCW Cruiserweight Champion here, but those plans went out the window when X-Pac was injured and the Light Heavyweight title would be retired as a result. Of course, Tajiri has history with Regal going back to his days as the Commissioner's assistant earlier in the year, so this pairing makes sense. To add some extra heat to the match, Regal assaulted Tajiri's girlfriend Torrie Wilson on the Smackdown heading into this show, so the Japanese Buzzsaw is out for revenge on his former friend tonight. Tajiri starts out with his kicks which bust Regal's nose almost from the outset of the match. Regal takes over with a forearm, but Tajiri comes back and locks on the Tarantula shortly after. The Cruiserweight Champion follows up with the handspring elbow, but Regal kicks out of the subsequent cover. Tajiri misses the Buzzsaw kick from there, which allows Regal to put Tajiri away with a powerbomb at a brief 2:56. This was far too short for these guys and actually could have been a decent match with more time. There were more important things to get to on this night though. After the match, Regal continues his assault with another powerbomb, which brings out Torrie to check on her man, but she gets powerbombed as well by the Alliance Commissioner.
Grade: *

After a brief video package looking at our next match, Test gets cranky with the make up lady for not oiling him up enough before Stacy Keibler walks in. Test hits on her, with Stacy wanting him to impress her in his match.

Elsewhere Jonathan Coachman gets a word with Edge. He basically makes fun of Edge as the two are set to face off in our first title unification match of the night.

WWF Intercontinental Championship vs WCW United States Championship - Unification Match:
Test (c) vs Edge (c)

Whilst Edge was the Intercontinental Champion at our last PPV, he now holds the other title instead. Thats because Test defeated Edge on Raw to become the new Intercontinental Champion. Edge would fire back a week later however, by defeating Kurt Angle to win the U.S Championship. With both men now holding the secondary titles of each promotion, Commissioner Foley announced that the two would face off in a unification match which explains why we are here. The championship that survives will be determined by the outcome of the main event - i.e Intercontinental title if the WWF wins, U.S title if WCW wins. Anyway the match starts off with some back and forth from both men. After picking up the early momentum, Edge falls to Test's power offence and the action goes out to the floor, where Test does a number on his opponent's ribs courtesy of the barricade. After a brief momentum burst from Edge, Test fights back and controls the match once more, continuing his assault of the U.S champ's ribs in the ring. Edge ends up delivering a dropkick as Test is coming off the top and that leads to both men going down. Edge gets up first and delivers a spinning heel kick to Test and subsequently connects with the Edge-O-Matic. Test kicks out at two and goes for a Spear, but Edge kicks out of that one. Test looks for the Big Boot, but he misses and delivers a pumphandle slam instead. Edge counters a powerbomb attempt into a hurranrana to ground the big man and that sets him up to deliver a Spear of his own to Test. Test manages to kick out once more and attempts to come back with a full nelson slam. Edge manages to roll into a cover out of nowhere though, and that gets the three 11:17. Edge unifies the I.C and U.S titles, although we don't know which one will continue just yet. The match was pretty fun for the short time it was given, and Edge gets another win to continue to build momentum for his singles run. Test looked strong in defeat, with Edge having to resort to a roll up to keep him down, so you could tell there were plans ahead for him as well. In fact, we would see him again before the end of the night.
Grade: **3/4

We now go to the locker room where Stephanie McMahon is freaking out about the prospect of losing her job if the Alliance loses tonight. Kurt Angle comes in and assures her that she will be fine and he doesn't think Stone Cold will betray the Alliance.

Elsewhere, Lita is talking to Jeff Hardy and wants to know why his brother has been acting strange lately. Matt comes out of the locker room door and says he's just been stressed lately. The Hardy Boyz leave Lita to head out to their match, but she then sees Trish Stratus also walk out of the locker room. Trouble in paradise in Team Extreme?

WWF Tag Team Championship vs WCW Tag Team Championship - Steel Cage Unification Match:
Hardy Boyz (c) vs Dudley Boyz (c) w/Stacy Keibler

Here we have the unification of the WWF and WCW tag titles in a steel cage match between two of the top WWF teams of the past few years. As I mentioned in the last review, the Dudley Boyz defeated the Hardy Boyz to win the WCW Tag Team Championship a few weeks ago on Smackdown, just a few days after losing their WWF Tag Team Championship to the Rock & Chris Jericho on Raw. Well the Rock & Jericho would lose the titles to Booker T & Test a week later on the following week's Smackdown, and a few weeks later the Hardy Boyz would beat them to win the WWF Tag Team titles on Raw. We get perhaps the greatest indication of how crazy the tag division had become with the two sets of titles at this show as the name plates during the entrances show the teams as the wrong champions. Oh dear. By the way, Stacy has started managing the Dudley Boyz in recent weeks and looks great in the camo attire. Much like the cage match at SummerSlam, this is one of those weird ones where the guys need to tag which is just stupid. You can win by pin, submission or escaping as usual by the way. Matt starts things off with Bubba and we get some opening back and forth to get the show on the road. Eventually the Dudley Boyz take control via some double teaming as they work over Matt's ribs. Bubba attempts to use the cage against his opponent, but Matt gets a breath of wind and makes the hot tag to Jeff who cleans house along with his brother, delivering Poetry in Motion to Bubba. Matt attempts to escape the cage but D-Von stops him in his tracks. Meanwhile Bubba recovers and delivers a Bubba Bomb off the cage to Jeff. The Dudley Boyz get back in control from here and actually bust out the Doomsday Device to Jeff. They go back to pounding on Matt until the Hardy Boyz come back with a double clothesline. They end up delivering their legdrop/splash double team spot to Bubba, but D-Von manages to break up the count. Bubba gets up and tells D-Von to get the tables after the Wazzup to Jeff. Stacy flirts with referee Nick Patrick and gains possession of the key to the cage door. She opens it and brings a table into the ring. With it set up, the Dudley Boyz go to 3D Jeff through, but Matt stops them in their tracks. Matt attempts to escape and Bubba goes up after him leading to the two trading blows on the top of the cage. Matt gets the best of his opponent and sends Bubba down to the ring canvass, which allows the older Hardy to climb down to the floor. Both team members need to escape though and now Jeff is on is own. Jeff nonetheless stays in it, as he lays D-Von out on top of the table before climbing to the top of the cage himself. He has the match won as Matt yells out his brother to climb out, but we then get the key moment of the match as Jeff gives in to his inner daredevil. Seeing D-Von prone on the table, Jeff instead decides to Swanton off the top, but D-Von ends up rolling out of the way. Jeff goes through the wood and D-Von gets the easy cover at 15:29. The Dudley Boyz pick up the win for the Alliance, and are the WWF and WCW Tag Team Champions. Again, the fate of the title that survives is dependent on the main event. The match was decent enough, but these teams facing off was really getting played out by this point. There was only so much they could do with each other after battling so many times, so the tag division needed a bit of an overhaul. This was nowhere near the greatest match these teams have had, but it was still enjoyable. I did like the story mixed in at the end with Jeff costing his team the victory by delivering the Swanton off the top, and that would be the beginning of further issues between the Hardy Boyz going forward. After the match we see Jeff being stretchered out of the arena.
Grade: ***

We now cross over to WWF New York where Commissioner Foley is hanging around. He doesn't seem into things and essentially says that with Vince around the whole commissioner position is pointless. He would confront Vince the following night on Raw, get fired and not be seen on WWF TV for over a year.

Elsewhere we randomly see Scotty 2 Hotty heading towards the curtain for the upcoming battle royal. Upset about losing earlier in the night, Test jumps him and takes his place.

Immunity Battle Royal:
This match gets everyone else on the show. The winner is guaranteed their employment for a year regardless of whether the WWF or the Alliance wins later tonight, so the stakes are high. I'll now list the competitors in the match. Representing the WWF, we have Billy Gunn, Bradshaw, Faarooq, Albert, Spike Dudley, Crash Holly, Funaki, Chuck Palumbo (who had recently defected from the Alliance to team with Billy Gunn) and Perry Saturn. On the Alliance side we have Lance Storm, Billy Kidman, Steven Richards, Tommy Dreamer, Raven, Justin Credible, Diamond Dallas Page, Hurricane and obviously, Test. There's also a few free agents in the match that had recently been dumped by the Alliance. We saw Chavo Guerrero & Hugh Morrus at Rebellion, and Tazz is also added to the mix here. Heyman freaks out on commentary as after weeks of abuse from the Alliance, the Human Suplex Machine finally snapped by choking out Heyman to mark his defection. He goes after Heyman after being eliminated in this match, but he hides behind JR so that he can't be touched. Anyway, this is your standard battle royal, so I'm not going to go into the play by play or anything. The final four comes down to Test, Bradshaw, Billy Gunn and Lance Storm. The Alliance duo team up to send Bradshaw over the top, but Test then turns on Storm, eliminating him as well. With the match down to Test and Billy Gunn, the crowd actually goes crazy for the former Mr Ass as he sets up for the Fameasser. He doesn't end up getting to connect with it though, as a few seconds later, Test eliminates him with a big boot over the top at 7:40. Test wins the immunity prize. There's not much to say about the match - it was about the same as any other battle royal. You knew Test was winning this from the moment he added himself to the match, as otherwise there would have been no point to him being in it. Once again, you can see there were plans for him. Time would tell as to whether they would materialise.
Grade: *

In the back, Booker T is worried about Austin's allegiance, but Shane McMahon assures him that he's with the rest of the Alliance.

WWF Women's Championship:
Trish Stratus vs Lita vs Jacqueline vs Ivory vs Mighty Molly vs Jazz

Now here's a title we haven't seen for a while! The last we saw of the Women's Championship was back at Judgment Day, where Chyna successfully defended it against Lita. Well as Chyna left the company as I talked about back then, the title was vacated and essentially vanished from TV. That was until the weeks leading up to this show where it was announced a six pack challenge would take place at the PPV to crown the next holder of the vacant championship. Trish, Lita and Jacqueline are representing the WWF here, whilst the other three ladies are affiliated with the Alliance. Speaking of the last lady, this is the debut of Jazz, who Heyman puts over huge due to her past stint in ECW. She's a powerhouse and you could tell she was going to be a key player in the division going forward. Anyway, this is one fall to a finish but only two girls in the ring at a time, so we start things out with Jazz against Lita. Jazz dominates the early action with her strength, but Lita comes back with a head scissors. From there we get a few rotations as different combinations of the girls go at it. Lita seems to be the crowd favourite here, which is expected, but Trish also gets a fair share of support considering she didn't have much ring experience yet. Trish ends up getting triple teamed by the three Alliance women, but Lita and Jackie come back in and go for Poetry in Motion. Jacqueline ends up double crossing Lita however, and nails her with a clothesline. All six women go at it from there but it all comes down to Trish and Ivory in the ring with everyone else going to the floor. Trish capitalises on the opportunity and delivers the Stratusfaction to Ivory, and that gives her the win at 4:21. Trish Stratus wins her first Women's Championship. This was a bit of a surprise at the time, but obviously as time went on she would become perhaps the first person people think of when they think of the title. The match was okay, but this was really just getting the title on Trish to get her run as the face of the division started.
Grade: **

Up next, Vince McMahon gives Team WWF a pep talk saying it is all on the line in the next match. He mentions names from the past like Peter Maivia, Gorilla Monsoon and Andre the Giant before telling his team that if they lose, nobody will ever forgive them. We then cut to the Alliance team walking down the hall ready for action. This takes us to the video package before the main event.

Elimination Tag Match:
The Rock, Chris Jericho, Undertaker, Kane & Big Show vs Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Booker T, Rob Van Dam & Shane McMahon

Well here we are. This is what the whole Invasion storyline has come down to. Our big main event of the evening stems from the Raw following No Mercy. On that night, Vince & Linda McMahon decided it was time for the Invasion to end and issued a challenge to the Alliance to put together a team to face a team assembled by the WWF, with the losing group ceasing to exist. The challenge would be accepted and Shane McMahon would assemble a team including himself to take on the WWF. In the process of putting that team together, Kurt Angle had recently defected to the Alliance as I've mentioned in the last review. Vince would appear unfazed and confidently told Alliance captain Stone Cold that a member of the Alliance would defect to the WWF at Survivor Series, and then accused Austin of being the man that would jump. Austin would claim this was not the case, but the threat led to him interrogating the rest of the Alliance in the weeks heading into this show. Meanwhile, Team WWF was not united either, as the Rock and Chris Jericho continued to have their issues with one another. In fact, the Rock defeated Chris Jericho to win back the WCW Championship in a great match on Raw a few weeks before the PPV, so there was a big question as to whether the two would be able to coexist for the sake of the company at Survivor Series. Vince was initially supposed to be on the WWF team as well, but he would ultimately replace himself with the Big Show. By the way, of all the guys in this match, Booker T & Rob Van Dam were the only ones who weren't in the company before the Invasion started, so that should tell you how the WCW and ECW guys were booked during the course of the past few months. RVD is still thhe Hardcore Champion too. Anyway, thats about all there is to talk about here, so lets dive right in to our main event. We start things out with Austin and Rock face to face and trading blows which is always awesome. We get some tags and rotations of guys going at it, whilst Shane McMahon only really gets involved to break up covers for his team. The announcing is awesome here as both guy's companies are on the line, so they are going back and forth with each other verbally as well. Big Show eventually tags in for the WWF team to clean house, but after a short burst of momentum he's hit by Angle, RVD and Booker's finishes before Shane comes in and delivers a elbow off the top to eliminate the giant around 12 minutes in to put the Alliance at the advantage. Thanks for coming Show. His irrelevance would continue for a while yet. This leads to the WWF team finally getting their hands on Shane though as he's busy celebrating Show's elimination. After Rock lays the smack down on the owner of WCW, the Brothers of Destruction both dish out chokeslams and Jericho finishes Shane off with the Lionsault to even the teams up once more. Angle comes in and goes at it with Jericho and the match continues. The Alliance team works together to isolate Jericho, but Y2J ultimately gets the tag to Kane. The Big Red Machine cleans house but ultimately falls to some double teaming. RVD goes for the Five Star, but Kane catches him by the throat. Booker comes to the rescue though, which allows RVD to hit Kane with a flying thrust kick, which scores another elimination in the Alliance's favour. With Kane gone, its now Taker's turn to come in and he takes the fight to the Alliance. He lays out Angle with the Last Ride, but before he can capitalise, Austin sneaks it and delivers a Stunner to the American Bad Ass. The WWF Champion puts Angle on top of Taker, and that scores another elimination, leaving only Rock & Jericho on the WWF team at the 20 minute mark. Rock comes in and goes at it with Booker T, renewing an old rivalry from the summer. Booker's time in the spotlight is short lived though, as Rock irish whips the five time WCW Champion into Angle, and scores a roll up moments later. Booker is eliminated and we're down to 3 on 2. The momentum continues in the WWF's favour from there, as Jericho and RVD go at it and a few minutes later, Jericho connects with the Breakdown to pin Van Dam. Its now two on two at 25 minutes or so. Austin sends Rock into the ring post on the outside which allows the Alliance to build momentum yet again as they double team Jericho inside the ring. As Jericho takes a beating, Rock recovers and gets back on the apron in time for the hot tag. The Great One goes on offence and quickly gets Kurt Angle in the Sharpshooter. Angle taps out almost right away! Normally that would have made Kurt look pretty weak, but maybe there's something going on here. Heyman starts freaking out as Austin is now going at it alone. Jericho tags in and goes for the Walls, but Austin rakes his eyes to avoid the move. Y2J comes back with the Lionsault, but Austin blocks by getting his knees up. Some back and forth follows, but just as Jericho looks to be building some momentum following a missile dropkick, Stone Cold rolls him up out of nowhere for the three. Jericho is eliminated and its down to Austin vs Rock! Rock comes in and delivers a Spinebuster to Austin, but before he can capitalise, Jericho comes back and hits the Breakdown on his own teammate! Chris Jericho has turned heel, frustrated that he was eliminated whilst Rock is still in there. Its a turn driven by his own ego rather than joining the Alliance, but Heyman is excited nonetheless. Austin covers Rock, but the Great One kicks out. Meanwhile Taker heads back out and stalks Jericho away from ringside to prevent any further interference by the resentful former WCW Champion. The action between the participants goes to the floor and they brawl over to the announce area. Rock fights the Rattlesnake back to the ring, but once there, Austin locks in the Sharpshooter. Rock gets to the ropes, so the WWF Champion instead goes for the title belt, only for Rock to duck. Some more back and forth ensues, and Rock counters a Stunner attempt by Stone Cold into one of his own. Rock makes the cover, but referee Earl Hebner is pulled out right before the three by that evil Nick Patrick! Rock goes to Rock Bottom Patrick, but Austin makes the save and delivers a Rock Bottom to Rocky instead. Rock kicks out though, so Austin decks Patrick for good measure. Austin hits a Stunner on Rock but there's no referee in sight. This brings out Kurt Angle. We then get the pay off to Vince's rumours as Angle nails Austin with the WWF title to a huge pop from the crowd! He was the mole all along which explained his late defection. Rock follows up with the Rock Bottom to Stone Cold and that gets the win for Team WWF at 44:57. Rock is the sole survivor and the Alliance is history thanks to Kurt Angle. Whilst the storyline from the beginning certainly had its flaws, this was a really fun match to end the Invasion, as Vince McMahon finally gets his dream come true as he stands tall to end the show looking ecstatic. Everything in this match made sense (well aside from Angle fighting against the WWF guys during the match but I guess he had to maintain his cover). It was somewhat sad to see RVD and Booker eliminated quite early on, but they were falling down the pecking order to make room for Jericho and Angle at the top along with Austin and Rock. The match certainly had a big match feel with everything being on the line. The Jericho and Angle turns led to things down the line as well. Overall a strong finish to an underwhelming big picture storyline. It was time to end it.
Grade: ***3/4

FINAL THOUGHTS:
Well the Invasion has come and gone with a show that was completely carried by the main event. Then again, that match took up around a third of the show when factoring in entrances and all that so its similar to a PPV with an iron man match in that regard. The other matches were decent, but nothing really exciting, so it was all about the winner take all match that you knew the WWF was going to win. Still, there was enough going for that match to keep it exciting, and the PPV as a whole definitely had the feel of a big event. All in all the show was decent, but the Invasion as a whole certainly fell short of what it could have been. Rumours suggest the storyline was initially supposed to culminate at WrestleMania, but with the way things had played out by this point, it really couldn't be dragged on any longer. Sure, the lack of big name stars hurt the storyline (and ironically some of them would show up soon enough once their Turner contracts had been paid out), but more important to the failings of the angle was the way in which the WCW and ECW guys were made to look weak so early on. Look at DDP in the summer for a great example - the guy was a top superstar in WCW - now he's a total afterthought in a battle royal. Also the ECW part could have come in later on in the Fall to create some further excitement on its own once the initial WCW invasion settled down. The company would essentially reset the following night on Raw. Shane and Stephanie would disappear for a while and Vince would be back to his evil ways almost immediately. But more on that next time. For now, one of the most infamous storylines in wrestling history is at an end.

Three Stars of the Night:
1. The Rock - the saviour of the WWF survives in a good elimination tag match, finishing off the Alliance for good.
2. Chris Jericho - his star continues to grow as he's left in there for his team with the Rock before being eliminated, which led to a change in attitude for Y2J.
3. Kurt Angle - played a key role in bringing down the Alliance. It made sense that Angle would be the mole based on his late defection. His time as a hero would be short lived though, as everything would change the following night.

FINAL GRADE: 6 out of 10

ALL TIME PERFORMANCE TALLY:
What I do here is add the three stars of the night with each review so as to keep track of who we can say overall is the greatest PPV performer to any given time. First place scores 3 points, second 2 and third 1.

Steve Austin = 106
Bret Hart = 83
Shawn Michaels = 67
The Rock = 59
Triple H = 51
Mick Foley = 38
Kurt Angle = 29
Randy Savage = 28
Undertaker = 26
Owen Hart = 21
Chris Jericho = 20
Hulk Hogan = 18
X-Pac = 18
Chris Benoit = 16
Jeff Hardy = 16
Diesel = 15
Matt Hardy = 14
Ultimate Warrior = 13
Vader = 13
British Bulldog = 12
Christian = 12
Edge = 12
Ted DiBiase = 10
Razor Ramon = 10
Vince McMahon = 10
Ric Flair = 8
Jim Neidhart = 7
Bubba Ray Dudley = 7
D-Von Dudley = 7
Jerry Lawler = 6
Dynamite Kid = 5
Arn Anderson = 5
Roddy Piper = 5
Mr Perfect = 5
Marty Jannetty = 5
Bob Backlund = 5
Shane McMahon = 5
Rob Van Dam = 5
Ricky Steamboat = 4
Ax = 4
Smash = 4
Bobby Heenan = 4
D’Lo Brown = 4
Rikishi = 4
Kane = 4
Greg Valentine = 3
Tully Blanchard = 3
Tanaka = 3
Bam Bam Bigelow = 3
Sato = 3
Jake Roberts = 3
Hakushi = 3
Yokozuna = 3
Savio Vega = 3
Ken Shamrock = 3
Chyna = 3
Brutus Beefcake = 2
Paul Orndorff = 2
Andre the Giant = 2
Rick Rude = 2
Sgt Slaughter = 2
Jeff Jarrett = 2
Jesse Ventura = 1
Texas Tornado = 1
Tito Santana = 1
Virgil = 1
Scott Steiner = 1
Rick Steiner = 1
Lex Luger = 1
The Roadie = 1
Billy Gunn = 1
Bart Gunn = 1
Marc Mero = 1
Flash Funk = 1
Animal = 1
Hawk = 1
Taka Michinoku = 1
Test = 1
Big Show = 1
Dean Malenko = 1
Scotty 2 Hotty = 1
Rhyno = 1

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