WWE PPV Flashbacks: Backlash (4/27/03) - "Who's Next?"

April 27, 2003
Worcester Centrum, Worcester, MA

With WrestleMania XIX in the books, change was coming to the WWE. Just a month prior the star power was loaded, leading to one of the greatest Manias of all time. A month later however some of those stars were gone. Stone Cold Steve Austin had been forced to retire, and in storyline was fired by Eric Bischoff the night after Mania on Raw. Kurt Angle had taken some much needed time off to have surgery on his injured neck and nobody was certain whether he would wrestle again. Hulk Hogan was sent home by Mr McMahon on Smackdown despite defeating the evil owner of the company on the grandest stage. The Rock had one foot out the door as well. Despite this, two star names had recently arrived on Raw. First of all, Kevin Nash made his return from injury and kicked off a rivalry with old friend Triple H. Of course the big deal was the debut of Goldberg however. One of the biggest stars in WCW had finally arrived in the WWE and would compete in his first match with the company on this show as he went one on one with the Great One.

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For the most part, this show was built entirely around Rock vs Goldberg, and thats what our opening video package is all about. We head into the arena afterwards for the pyro. Our announce teams consist of Jonathan Coachman & Jerry Lawler from Raw, and Michael Cole & Tazz from Smackdown. No Jim Ross this month as in storyline he had walked out following Bischoff's firing of his good friend Austin. We'll see him again soon.

WWE Tag Team Championship:
Team Angle (c) vs Los Guerreros

We kick the night off with Smackdown action as the WWE Tag Team Championship is up for grabs. Our champions are still the duo of Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas, who despite Kurt's absence are still going by "Team Angle" and have his theme music. They also have taken to carrying around a giant sized portrait of Kurt to act as their "inspiration" throughout their matches. Their opponents are the men they defeated back in February to win the titles in the first place, Los Guerreros. Despite not having a true face turn, the challengers are the de facto good guys here after months of tweener like behaviour and their growing crowd support, fuelled by the "Lie Cheat Steal" mantra made the change inevitable in the long run. All four of these men have been wrestling each other for weeks on Smackdown, so there's not a huge deal to talk about from a storyline perspective. Essentially, the Guerreros are out looking to reclaim their gold. This was a good choice to kick off the show, and its a decent match overall, but when you look at the competitors involved, it doesn't quite reach the expectations you might have. Still, Shelton and Charlie are impressive in their ability to keep up with the more experienced challengers, which is something I've been saying quite a lot in these reviews. They definitely got into things right away once they were brought onto the roster and were a true highlight of the Smackdown tag division. Of course, the Guerreros were great as a team as well, especially Eddie but that goes without saying. He's worked over by the champions for much of the match despite getting a near fall on a Frog Splash before getting a hot tag to Chavo which leads to things breaking down. Chavo gets a burst of momentum, but heel shenanigans ensue when Shelton trips the younger Guerrero up and holds his legs down for a pin from Haas at 15:03. Team Angle retain the titles, but this rivalry is far from over. In fact, as the champions celebrate their win in front of the portrait of Kurt, Chavo comes off the top onto them, knocking the picture over in the process. That leads to Eddie and Chavo taking the title belts with them, living up the lying, cheating and stealing persona. Fun character development to continue the feud at the end, but this never really kicked into the high gear I was expecting despite the time they were given. Still solid stuff though.
Grade: ***1/4

Right after the match we follow the Guerreros backstage as they get into a low rider and leave the arena parking lot in it, still in possession of Team Angle's titles.

Elsewhere, Torrie Wilson is approached by Test, whose brief face run is over and he has readopted his old sleazy character. He attempts to flirt with her despite still being with Stacy, but Torrie wants nothing of him. He forces her into a kiss and Torrie shoves him off, but the recently returned Sable looks on from a distance.

Rikishi vs Sean O'Haire w/Roddy Piper
We continue with the Smackdown brand up next with a rather strange little feud. We saw the surprise return of Rowdy Roddy Piper last month at WrestleMania as he attacked Hulk Hogan during his match with Mr McMahon. While most assumed it was just a one off appearance, Piper would actually stick around and begin hosting Piper's Pit on the blue brand. With Hogan out of the picture after being made to sit out the rest of his contract by Mr McMahon, Piper turned to other superstars to antagonise. One such superstar was Rikishi, who Piper invited onto Piper's Pit. During the segment, Rikishi had a coconut and claimed to be out for revenge against Piper from the infamous moment many years prior that had seen the Hot Rod smash a coconut over the head of "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka. Before Rikishi could get his hands on Piper however, the newly repackaged Sean O'Haire (who we last saw briefly in the Alliance days) jumped Rikishi from behind. Piper smashed the coconut over Rikishi's head and revealed Sean to be his new protege. The following week on Smackdown, Piper and Rikishi faced off in a match, but O'Haire once again got involved, attacking Rikishi, leading to this match taking place. Rikishi really wasn't doing a whole lot at this point of time so this was just thrown together to give the new guy a win on PPV. The pairing of O'Haire and Piper was an interesting one, but never really got the time to develop. In fact, I think this might be O'Haire's final PPV match. He would of course tragically pass away due to a suicide in 2014. The match is short and quite basic as you might expect. Rikishi gets a little retribution when Piper attempts to interfere, and the big man breaks a coconut over the head of the Hot Rod. The distraction proves to be Rikishi's undoing however, as it allows O'Haire to hit him with a spinebuster he called The Prophecy for the victory at 4:52. This should have been a decisive win for the new guy, but instead he only got the win due to Piper's shenanigans which overshadowed the match.
Grade: *

We go backstage again as Sable plays trouble maker and tells Stacy Keibler that she saw Torrie hitting on Test. Stacy doesn't believe her but is upset nonetheless.

Elsewhere we hear from Rob Van Dam & Kane, who are the new World Tag Team Champions. They are not happy about Chief Morley being the special referee in their upcoming title defence.

World Tag Team Championship:
Rob Van Dam & Kane (c) vs Dudley Boyz
Special Guest Referee: Chief Morley

Our first Raw match of the night is all about Chief Morley continuing to blackmail the Dudley Boyz into doing the bidding of the Bischoff Administration or be fired. Last month on the pre-show at Mania, we saw Lance Storm & Morley retain the titles against Kane & RVD thanks to the interference of the Dudleyz, but things would not play out in the same fashion the following night on Raw. That night, Morley added the Dudley Boyz to a rematch between the two teams, however D-Von would prevent Morley from using a chair, which ultimately led to RVD & Kane recovering and picking up the win, and the titles in the process. The following week however, Morley put Kane in a handicap match against the Dudley Boyz. Former champion Lance Storm would get involved, and all three men would beat the Big Red Machine down, leading to Storm & Morley's rematch the following week. In that match, the Dudley Boyz were called out yet again to do Morley & Storm's bidding, but D-Von's conscious would get in the way again as he refused to put the champions through tables. The defiance cost Storm & Morley their shot to win back the belts, but Morley would instead put the Dudley Boyz in a title match at Backlash, with himself as the referee. It was an interesting storyline that gave the Dudley Boyz something different to do, but this match is effectively the blow off. Meanwhile, RVD & Kane are over big time despite being a fairly random pairing. The match goes back and forth, with Morley playing his role as the biased ref well. He attempts to help the Dudley Boyz after barking orders throughout the match, but he ends up accidentally clotheslining Bubba Ray. That causes the Dudley Boyz to have enough and they double cross Morley. Lance Storm runs out to help out his partner, but the Dudleyz take care of him and then deliver a 3D to Morley to a good pop. The match continues from there with the teams going back and forth, now completely set on the titles themselves, but Kane lays both opponents out with a double Chokeslam. RVD follows up with a Five Star to Bubba and another ref runs out to count the three at 13:01. The champs retain their titles, but while the match was okay, they really seemed like afterthoughts in this whole thing. The Dudley Boyz are back to being true faces, but would be fired for their actions against the Bischoff Administration. A change in management on Monday nights would bring them back soon enough.
Grade: **1/2

The backstage shenanigans continue up next as Stacy confronts Torrie. Torrie explains herself and apologises but Stacy doesn't believe her and the two get into a cat fight before being separated by other divas.

WWE Women's Championship:
Trish Stratus (c) vs Jazz w/Theodore Long

Speaking of divas, our next match sees two of Raw's best female workers facing off for the Women's Championship. Its the renewal of a rivalry from the previous year to freshen up the title scene, with Trish pinning Victoria in the triple threat match back at Mania to recapture the championship. Since returning shortly before Mania, Jazz has taken on a new manager - former referee Theodore R Long. Long had actually become a heel manager late in 2002, representing D'Lo Brown before switching to Rodney Mack (we'll see him soon) and claiming that black superstars were being held down in the WWE. A few weeks after Mania, Jazz would officially join up with Long's "Thugging & Bugging Enterprises" and a week later picked up a tag team victory over Trish. In the weeks that followed, Jazz would reestablish herself as the dominant diva, beating the popular Stratus down heading into this show. What we get here is a solid match which is an improvement on their matches the year before. Trish has of course come a long way in the past twelve months. They have solid chemistry as Jazz takes the strength advantage to control the injured Stratus. Despite being the underdog, Trish does fire back some shots and gets a few near falls on the challenger, but Long proves to be a factor at ringside. He throws in his shoe to break up a pin just as Trish seems to have Jazz beaten, and then tries to blame someone from the crowd. The unique distraction allows Jazz to hit Trish with a sunset flip, giving her the pinfall at 5:50. A solid match that continues the trend of the division as of late. It was strange that Trish would lose the title only a month after winning it, but she was better off chasing it anyway as the face. Jazz is once again in control of the division, but this rivalry isn't over.
Grade: **1/2

In the locker room we see Booker T and Shawn Michaels talking about being ready for their six man tag later on. They have doubts about Nash due to his history with Triple H, but Nash walks in and tells them they don't have to worry about him being ready. He tells them to save Triple H for him out there.

Rey Mysterio vs Big Show
Over on Smackdown we have another feud that was thrown together in the weeks prior to this show. When we last saw him, Rey Mysterio was feuding with Matt Hardy over the Cruiserweight Championship. That feud would resume over the next couple of months, but for now Mysterio has detoured after gaining the ire of the Big Show. This stems from a recent tag team bout pitting Show & A-Train against Mysterio & Tajiri on an episode of Smackdown. Despite the two monster heels being victorious, Rey would hit Show with a 619 after the contest, humiliating him in the process. A week later, Show would snap when he saw superstars watching the footage and laughing. Rey would add to the humiliation on the Smackdown before this show when he distracted Show during a match against Tajiri, causing the giant to be counted out. After weeks of being laughed at, Show is out for revenge here. Essentially this feud was just a placeholder one and a chance for Show to develop more anger as he was about to move back into the title scene. That and the fact that Rey had got the better of Show throughout the entire feud thus far made this a fairly predictable match. Rey at first uses his speed to avoid being caught, but once Show gets his hands on the much smaller man he takes control and starts throwing him around. With the ref pushed aside, Rey uses a chair as an equaliser and actually delivers three 619's to the gut, leg and head of Show. That ends up being his last burst of momentum however as Big Show catches the little guy off the Westcoast Pop and delivers a chokeslam for the win at 3:47. Just a glorified squash to get Show back to his winning ways. The punishment does not end there though as EMTs come down and strap Rey to a stretcher board. With Rey helpless, Show grabs the board and throws it into the ringpost, dropping Rey in a stupid spot that could have done some serious damage. I get wanting to make Show look like a monster, but Rey had no way to break that fall after being strapped in. He's just lucky he landed well. That aside, this match served its purpose. Show would become associated with stretchers in coming weeks.
Grade: 3/4*

We now go to Lillian Garcia who is with Triple H, Ric Flair and Chris Jericho. They'll team up later to take on the face team we saw earlier. The Game focuses on Nash, while Jericho continues to taunt Michaels. That leaves Flair to talk about Booker. No knock on Flair, but he was just being positioned as Triple H's sidekick at the time, so thats quite the drop off in momentum for Booker following Mania.

Elsewhere, the cat fight between Torrie and Stacy continues until Stacy stumbles into some equipment, which causes a box to knock her in the head. Torrie gets out of there and Scott Steiner walks in and calls for medical attention. With Steiner looking out for Stacy, a jealous Test walks in and they start arguing. Welcome to the midcard Big Poppa Pump.

Up next is the WWE title match, so we get a video package hyping it.

WWE Championship:
Brock Lesnar (c) vs John Cena

Smackdown's main event of the evening would go on to be quite the rivalry many years down the line, but for now its a very random main event. Of course, we have not seen a great deal of John Cena on PPV since his arrival on the scene less than a year ago, but tonight he is the challenger for the WWE title, a match that was effectively just put together to give Lesnar a heel contender for this show. Despite Cena definitely feeling out of place in this match, there was actually some back story going back before Mania. On an episode of Smackdown in February, Lesnar had been competing in a match against Cena when he delivered an F-5 to the young heel, smashing his leg into the ring post, sidelining him for a few weeks in the process. Fast forward a few months, Lesnar had defeated Kurt Angle at Mania to capture the WWE title. With Angle hitting the sidelines, a new contender had to be crowned, and so Stephanie McMahon set up a tournament to determine who would get the first shot at Brock. Despite the tournament containing the likes of superstars such as Chris Benoit, the Undertaker, Big Show and A-Train, it would be Cena who would advance to the finals, beating Eddie Guerrero first, then the Undertaker in a major upset thanks to some interference from the FBI. Cena would get into a confrontation with Brock the following week before going on to defeat Chris Benoit in the tournament finals to get his shot. Finally on the Smackdown before the PPV, Brock would take on the A-Train only for Cena to get involved. He would hit the ring and lay Lesnar out to get the psychological advantage heading into the PPV. It was a fairly simple build that was clearly just a filler title defence for Lesnar at the time. With that said, its very interesting looking back at this match with Lesnar as the clear cut babyface champion while Cena is the rising young heel that had not yet been established, especially having seen their future battles a decade later. Cena is in full heel mode here as he raps on Lesnar prior to the contest, but Lesnar makes his entrance to a decent pop and quickly takes the fight to his opponent. Brock has a bandage on his forehead after the attack from Cena on Smackdown, so the challenger exploits the weak spot and targeting the wound. In fact, as the match goes on Cena actually gets a fair bit of support from the crowd, but we are in his home state. Nonetheless his popularity would grow throughout 2003. Its a decent match as we go into some back and forth, but its clear Cena was still fairly green at this point. As Brock starts to come back, Cena attempts to use his chain for a cheap shot. The referee stops him however, and as Cena starts to argue with him, Brock scoops the Doctor of Thuganomics up into an F-5 to retain the title at 15:14. The reign of Lesnar continues while Cena would move back down the card for the rest of the year while building himself quite the fan base with time. Fine, but definitely lacking the big time feel that you would want for the Smackdown main event of the night.
Grade: **3/4

Up next we get a brief video package hyping the upcoming six man and the return of Kevin Nash.

Kevin Nash, Shawn Michaels & Booker T vs Triple H, Chris Jericho & Ric Flair
If it wasn't clear enough already that this show was all about Rock vs Goldberg, this match definitely does. Instead of a World title match, we get a six man tag featuring the top players on the Raw brand to fill a slot on this PPV. Of course, the story here is the return of Big Daddy Cool who we last saw as a part of the nWo before going down with an injury. In fact, this is his first PPV match since 1996 despite returning early last year. Before we get to that however, the night after WrestleMania, Booker T was beat down by Triple H, Flair and Jericho, which led to Shawn Michaels making the save. This led to a tag match the following week as Shawn & Booker teamed against Triple H & Jericho. Booker would actually pin Triple H, but the face team were beat down once again afterwards, which led to the return of Nash running off their attackers. The week after, Kevin Nash would express his disappointment that his old friends Hunter and Shawn could no longer get along. Both men told Nash that he would have to choose a side, but Nash left without doing so. Later in the night Booker & Hurricane teamed up against Triple H & Flair, with Shawn Michaels getting involved once again. This time however when Nash made his way to ringside, he and Shawn would accidentally hit each other, planting some seeds of doubt as to where Big Daddy Cool's loyalties lay. Those doubts would be resolved on the Raw before this show however. On that night, Booker T would get a rematch against Triple H for the World title, this time with Shawn Michaels acting as the guest referee. As the rest of the heel team intervened once more, Kevin Nash would be pulled into the middle of things yet again. He would help both Triple H and Michaels to their feet but the Game would end up making the decision for him, delivering a low blow to Big Daddy Cool, leading us into this match. Its clear a Nash/Triple H feud is where we were headed and this match was just part of the set up. It wasn't something that many fans were anticipating at the time as Nash's best days in the ring were clearly behind him by this point in time. We'll track that over the next few months, but this match here is actually decent thanks to all the guys involved to cover for him. He also seems to get the least reaction of everybody in the match which doesn't bode well for his push to the top on Mondays. Anyway, the match gets plenty of time, with Jericho and Michaels having the best showings on their teams. It is sad to see Booker basically the third wheel on his team here after being the number one contender at Mania, but as I mentioned last time, there were other plans ahead as far as the big picture was concerned for the World title in 2003. Nash eventually comes in off a hot tag and he goes right for the Game, attempting to Jackknife him through the announce table, only to return to the ring to save Shawn from Jericho and Booker. Big Daddy Cool cleans house from there and hits a Jackknife on Jericho, but Triple H meanwhile recovers and gets a sledgehammer. He comes in and nails Nash with it, and that allows Triple H to get the surprising win for the heels at 17:51. I really don't get the booking here. I'm not a fan of Nash moving into the title picture but the fact that he was makes it stupid that Triple H got the pin on him in this match. Sure he needed a weapon to get the job done, but you've still established that Triple H can beat the guy that is going to be getting title shots against him over the next few months. It makes the feud all the more pointless. That aside, the match was okay, but really just felt like an extended Raw main event. As I said, all the focus on this show was on Rock/Goldberg.
Grade: ***

Before the main event, we go back to Cole & Tazz as they give us an update on the condition of Rey Mysterio. He's in a stable condition but they don't know anything about the extent of his injuries.

From there, we go to Terri who is standing by with The Rock. Rock cuts his last "Hollywood Rock" promo and its of course amazing. Its a shame that incarnation of his character was so short lived. He mocks all Goldberg's mannerisms and ends by calling him a "whiskerbiscuit bald headed bitch". That takes us to a video package and its time for the big one.

Goldberg vs The Rock
Our much anticipated main event stems from the night following WrestleMania. At the end of Raw, The Rock made his way out to the ring and said that since he had beaten Austin at Mania, he had officially done all there was to do in the WWE. It seemed Rock was about to retire, however he was interrupted by a theme familiar to WCW fans and Goldberg made his long awaited arrival in the WWE. Goldberg would tell Rock that he was next, and Speared the Great One before the show went off the air. The following week, The Rock would pick up a win over Jeff Hardy before calling Goldberg out for his actions the previous week. Rock talked up how monumental the match would be, but ultimately declined. Instead Christian would jump Goldberg from behind, with Rock endorsing him as his favourite wrestler. This led to a match between Goldberg and Christian, with Goldberg getting himself disqualified. Rock would officially accept Goldberg's challenge via satellite, and on the Raw prior to the PPV he would host a second Rock Concert. Rock got some digs in on Goldberg, both through his lyrics and bringing out Gillberg to mock him, but Goldberg would crash the party. Security would attempt to restrain Goldberg, which allowed Rock to score the last blow heading to the main event on Sunday, hitting Goldberg with the Rock Bottom. The match definitely has a big event feel here, although Coach being on commentary instead of JR definitely brings the atmosphere down from what it could have been. Nonetheless, both men get good pops for their entrances, but as the match gets going, we get the crowd actually siding with Rock. Its quite the interesting situation since the crowd turning on him was the whole impetus of this heel run, but I think most people were aware that he was going away again after this show and after the excellent work he had put in over the past few months wanted to cheer him on his way out the door. Goldberg actually gets booed the longer the match continues which isn't a great start for him, but it wouldn't really continue as he moved on from Rock into other feuds later in the year. Anyway, Goldberg has the early advantage in this one as he even hits Rock with his own moves. Rock stalls around a little to cut off Goldberg's momentum and takes control after avoiding a Spear, sending Goldberg into the ring post. Rock starts to beat on his opponent, perhaps getting in a little too much offence considering Goldberg was supposed to be an unstoppable force, but he does manage to fight his way out of a Sharpshooter. He delivers a Spear from there, but Rock kicks out and follows up with the Rock Bottom and People's Elbow. The crowd actually boo Goldberg as he kicks out, but from there he is on the road to a victory. He launches into his finisher mode, delivering another Spear and a Jackhammer to pin the Great One at 13:03. This was a match that was more about the spectacle of these two big names facing off and it being Goldberg's first PPV match rather than being about the quality. In that sense, it worked, although the crowd reaction probably wasn't what they were going for. Nonetheless, Goldberg has arrived and will be a focal point on Raw for the rest of the year. Meanwhile we say goodbye to The Rock as a semi-regular guy on the roster. We'll see him pop by over the years but from this point forth he's more just there for a few big matches rather than being a proper part of the roster. He thanked the fans after the show went off the air and effectively turned face as a result. We now say goodbye to one of the greatest character runs in wrestling history.
Grade: **3/4

Coming off an all time great show in WrestleMania XIX, Backlash was quite the step down. This show was built entirely around the dream match of The Rock vs Goldberg. The filler six man tag and WWE title feud clearly indicate that. Despite having that big match, as a whole it did not reach the expectations of most. Rock was heavily cheered despite being the heel, and the two men just did not seem to have the chemistry needed for a memorable contest. In that sense it was disappointing. The rest of the show kind of followed that trend. Sure there were a few decent contests, and outside of the stupid Rey Mysterio stretcher spot there was nothing particularly bad. Nonetheless, nothing on this show managed to break the three star range. The roster also seemed noticeably thin here. Sure you had guys like Austin, Hogan and Angle no longer a part of the active roster for the time being, and they were replaced with guys like Kevin Nash, but I have to wonder where guys like Undertaker, Benoit and Matt Hardy were on this one. Overall, quite the step down from Mania.

Three Stars of the Night:
1. The Rock - his match may not have set the world on fire from an in ring perspective, but his character work was excellent as always. I'll miss Hollywood Rock after these past three shows.
2. Los Guerreros - the "cheat to win" philosophy was in full effect here and the duo were becoming extremely popular to the point where they would become full fledged faces in the weeks that followed.
3. Team Angle - once again, these two young athletes shine on PPV. A solid opener, even if my expectations were higher heading in.

FINAL GRADE: 4 out of 10

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 = 113
Bret Hart = 83
Shawn Michaels = 77
The Rock = 75
Triple H = 66
Kurt Angle = 47
Mick Foley = 38
Chris Jericho = 32
Undertaker = 31
Chris Benoit = 31
Randy Savage = 28
Hulk Hogan = 25
Owen Hart = 21
Edge = 19
X-Pac = 18
Jeff Hardy = 16
Diesel = 15
Matt Hardy = 14
Ultimate Warrior = 13
Vader = 13
British Bulldog = 12
Christian = 12
Ted DiBiase = 10
Razor Ramon = 10
Vince McMahon = 10
Brock Lesnar = 10
Ric Flair = 8
Jim Neidhart = 7
Bubba Ray Dudley = 7
D-Von Dudley = 7
Rob Van Dam = 7
Eddie Guerrero = 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
Ricky Steamboat = 4
Ax = 4
Smash = 4
Bobby Heenan = 4
D’Lo Brown = 4
Rikishi = 4
Kane = 4
Chavo Guerrero = 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
Rey Mysterio = 2
Shelton Benjamin = 2
Charlie Haas = 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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