WWE PPV Flashbacks: Judgment Day - May 20, 2001

Judgment Day
May 20, 2001
ARCO Arena, Sacramento, CA

The feud between the Power Trip and the Brothers of Destruction raged on as the WWF made its next PPV stop on the west coast. Judgment Day is upon us. Tonight, WWF Champion, Stone Cold Steve Austin finally puts his title on the line against the Undertaker in a one on one match. Kane is also back in action after being sidelined by the Power Trip and looks for revenge on Triple H in a chain match for the Intercontinental title. Lets get things rolling. Please share all your thoughts and comments with me on Twitter at @Mpmcc91.

The opening video package has the usual apocalyptic overtones we have come to expect from the Judgment Day PPV. Its focused on the Austin/Taker and Triple H/Kane matches. We go into the arena for our opening pyro and kick off the show with our announce team of Jim Ross & Paul Heyman.

Rikishi vs William Regal
The big development here is obviously that Rikishi is back on the face side of the fence coming off his failed heel turn. The face role was always better for him anyway. Rikishi had actually been out of action for a few months, getting injured before Mania, but made his return, still a heel, on an episode of Smackdown where he faced the Undertaker. Taker would destroy Rikishi with a chair in that match. On the next episode of Raw, a random appearance by Mick Foley set the big man straight, as he told him he had been used by the Power Trip. Commissioner Regal would interrupt but Rikishi would respond with a superkick, setting this match up. Rikishi would cement his face turn with a stinkface to Stephanie McMahon heading into this show, with Regal vowing revenge. Anyway, Rikishi starts this match out in total control. He goes for the stinkface early on, but Regal hits a low blow to get out of trouble. The Commissioner takes over on offence, but gets distracted waving to the crowd. Rikishi fights back and this time delivers a stinkface successfully, and Regal freaks out after rolling to the floor. Great Regal facials of course. He calms down and returns to the ring, only to walk right into a thrust kick from the big man. Regal manages to avoid a subsequent charge in the corner though, and that allows the evil commissioner to hit a neckbreaker for the pin at 3:57. A very short match here that was a strange choice as an opener. The crowd were into Rikishi though so I guess that worked. Nothing spectacular though and not the best start to Rikishi's second face run.
Grade: *

Backstage, Edge & Christian are talking about their tag team turmoil match later. They mention Jericho and his mystery partner before being interrupted by Kurt Angle. Angle says that since the last fall of his match with Benoit would be a ladder match (not that it will come to that) he was hoping they could give him some advice. They say don't fall off without your medals, and Kurt storms off.

Elsewhere, Mr McMahon greets the arriving Triple H & Stephanie. Vince wants to know why Austin and Triple H would go so far as to bring Taker's wife into all this. Vince talks about the sanctity of marriage, which is obviously a joke based on his previous storyline with Linda. From here we go to a video package highlighting the Angle/Benoit rivalry.

2 out of 3 Falls Match:
Chris Benoit vs Kurt Angle

Alright, so as I mentioned in the last review, this feud took a more personal turn the night after Backlash on Raw, when Chris Benoit stole Kurt's Olympic Gold Medals. At Insurrextion it would be revealed that Benoit had been keeping those medals in a warm, safe place - that being down his own tights! In the weeks that followed, Angle was desperate to regain his medals. He would even go so far as to reach down into a downed Benoit's tights to retrieve them after a match. Kurt would celebrate, kissing his medals, only for Benoit to recover and lock Angle in the crossface. Kurt had to release his medals to tap, so Benoit would steal them once again. This would lead to Angle accepting another match against Benoit for the medals. The catch was it would be a two out of three falls match, with each fall having a stipulation (why this was never called a Three Stages of Hell match I will never know). The first fall would be a normal singles match, the second a submission match, and the third, a ladder match. Benoit gets a nice pop from the crowd here and he was on his way to big things ahead. Angle gets the expected heat as well and he gets on the mic beforehand. As the match gets started, Kurt jumps Benoit from behind and goes to town with the German suplex combo and looks to follow with a diving headbutt. Benoit moves out of the way and Benoit instead hits the Angle slam on Angle, which scores the quick pinfall little over a minute in! Benoit leads 1-0. I remember being surprised by how quick that was as a kid. Anyway, that starts up the submission fall. Benoit locks in the crossface right away, but Kurt gets to the ropes to save himself from another humiliating defeat. After a quick breather, Kurt returns to the ring and dishes out some offence, getting Benoit in the Ankle lock, only for Benoit to roll through and apply one of his own. Kurt counters but Benoit gets him trapped in the crossface yet again, which Kurt breaks by getting to the ropes. Awesome sequence there with the crowd going nuts. From there Angle tries to build some momentum with some more suplexing, whilst Benoit goes for the crossface yet again. Once again Kurt escapes, and the two trade some more submission holds. After a heap of holds and counters, Angle finally closes in on his opponent following an Angle Slam. He follows up with the Ankle Lock, and Benoit taps to even it to 1-1 a piece just beyond the thirteen minute mark. This means we go to the ladder match to break the tie. And this is where things really pick up. The action moves out to the floor and Kurt is the first to bring a ladder into the mix. Its tiny compared to Benoit's though, and after taking Kurt down he attempts to climb it to get the medals. Angle stops the crippler in his tracks, and from there the two athletes trade shots and use the ladder against each other. There's a cool spot where Benoit whips Kurt into the ladder in the corner, only for Kurt to jump up it. Benoit responds by throwing the ladder up over him instead. The stiff shots continue from there, as Benoit is sent into the ladder multiple times, whilst Kurt cops a shot to the face from it courtesy of Benoit. They do the ridiculous spot that you always see in ladder matches where Benoit sets the ladder up on top of Angle and goes to climb, and Kurt of course pushes it over. Never the smartest move Benoit! It doesn't detract from his momentum for too long though, as Benoit locks in the Crossface on the mat. After subduing Kurt with it, he goes to climb the ladder and looks to have the match won, only for Edge & Christian to hit the ring and dish out a beating on Benoit. Whilst this goes on to the outside, Kurt recovers and retrieves his medals using the ladder to win the match 2-1 at 23:58. Kurt has his medals back and is ecstatic! This was a very good match, but not quite as good as their Mania and Backlash matches in my view. I feel like they tried to compress too much into this with the multiple falls rather than going for an epic ladder match. I do get the logic with the falls though - it was a cool illustration of the whole feud - the Mania match being a normal match, Backlash being focused on submissions, and this here focusing on retrieving the medals. Still, its Angle vs Benoit - its going to be good either way. Their feud would end here, although they'd cross paths again with the best still to come. The Edge & Christian interference made sense and set things up for later, which we'll get to later in the show. Really good match between two of the best.
Grade: ***3/4

We go back to Commissioner Regal's office when the Undertaker burst in furious. He demands that Regal makes his match with Austin no holds barred. Regal tries to weasel out of it, but ends up giving in to Taker's threats. Taker says Regal better tell Austin.

We then cross to WWF New York, and our guest is the Light Heavyweight Champion, Jerry Lynn. Lynn is frustrated that he is not defending his title at the PPV and takes it out on JR. Strange segment there.

Back at the PPV, we see Kane backstage with his chain, whipping it around in the corridor.

WWF Hardcore Championship:
Rhyno (c) vs Test vs Big Show

So Rhyno is still raging on as the dominant Hardcore Champion here, although his reign would not last much longer. The main issue here is obviously stemming from the rivalry between Big Show and Shane McMahon's buddy, Test. We saw Test help Shane defeat the Big Show at Backlash, which led to Show striking back and injuring Test. Test would subsequently cost Show his match at Insurrextion and that really brings us to this match with the Hardcore title on the line. Show's settled back into the midcard after a very brief period in the main event window once again. Anyway, the real feud here is clear as day, as Test and Big Show start fighting before Rhyno even makes his entrance. The Man Beast follows and gets the ring steps before wisely teaming up against Show with Test. It doesn't take long for the action to go out into the crowd, and the three men brawl their way backstage moments later. All three men go at it, and we get a funny spot where Show attempts to pin Rhyno up against a wall. Show goes for a chokeslam on Test, but Rhyno makes the save and the two instead send the big man down onto some wood trays. With Show taken out, Test and Rhyno go back to brawling between themselves and make their way back to ringside in the process. Rhyno takes down Test with a DDT on a trash can lid, but Show recovers and rejoins the fight moments later. He hits a chokeslam on the Hardcore Champion, but Test follows with a big boot to his adversary, then goes for a fire extinguisher under the ring. He uses it whilst JR wonders why he doesn't just hit them with it instead. He then goes for the ring steps, still in the ring from earlier, but Rhyno nails him with the trash can lid. From there, the champ delivers a Gore to Big Show, and that gives him the win to retain the title at 9:13. This was a standard Hardcore title match from this time period. There was nothing really special about this one unlike say the one at Mania. Still fun for what it was though as always. Rhyno would actually lose the title to the Big Show the next night on Raw, but he'd get it back soon enough.
Grade: **

We now go backstage where Regal is outside Austin's locker room, not wanting to tell him about the change to his match. He tries to tell some random guy to tell Austin when he arrives, but he says that he's there already. We then cut to another locker room, where the Hardy Boys are with Lita, who is preparing for her upcoming women's title match. Eddie Guerrero walks in and I was wrong in the last review where I said we wouldn't see him on PPV again in a while. This would definitely be his last before being released shortly after. He's been buddying around with the Hardy Boyz waiting for the chance to regain his European title from Matt. Eddie tells Lits he can give her some tips on how to beat Chyna, but she says she needs to do this on her own.

Going back to Regal, he goes in and tells Austin, who is with Debra, the news. Austin shrugs it off and says no holds barred is fine with him and Regal is relieved.

WWF Women's Championship:
Chyna (c) vs Lita

Both women are faces here, and this would also be Chyna's last PPV appearance, as contractual disagreements would result in her vanishing from TV shortly after this show and released later in the year. Anyway, as far as this feud goes, Chyna had been dominating the division since winning the title at Mania, but after destroying everyone in her path, she was challenged to a match by Lita. Chyna would accept and the match was set for the PPV. In the weeks that followed, the two would become friends and teaming together. On an episode of Raw however, they would face Molly Holly & Ivory. Chyna would refuse to tag in, but Lita would win the match on her own. Chyna would later explain that she wanted Lita to get fired up and build momentum for her title shot. Now then, the two quickly hug before they go at it here. Chyna attempts to go on offence, but Lita counters a slam into a sunset flip to take down the challenger. She offers Chyna her hand to pull her to her feet, but Chyna uses that opportunity to pull the challenger into a small package. Lita kicks out, but from there Chyna takes control. Lita eventually fires back with a tornado DDT and builds some momentum from there. Chyna almost has a slip up with her top when Lita goes for a waist lock which sends the crowd going crazy. Anyway, Chyna fights out and delivers a press slam to the challenger and after a little more back and forth, Eddie Guerrero shows up on the stage to watch. Meanwhile Chyna goes for a powerbomb, only for Lita to counter into a hurracana. She then goes for the Twist of Fate, but this time the champion counters with another powerbomb, which this time wins the match at 6:30. Chyna is still the WWF Women's Champion, and would actually end her career as such, with the title disappearing in her absence until much later in the year. After the match, Chyna shows Lita respect by raising her hand, whilst Eddie looks on disapprovingly. This was an interesting little storyline with both a possible Chyna heel turn and Eddie double cross of the Hardy Boyz, but it would all be cut short as two of they key players would be gone in the weeks that followed. The roster was actually losing a lot of performers around this time for differing reasons as we will over the next few shows, so the big storyline in the latter half of the year was probably necessarily rushed. But back to this match, it was decent enough, but nothing off the chart. Eddie will be back down the line. Chyna's career is done. I was always a fan and I think she gets a lot of unwarranted flack as a performer due to some of her personal actions post-WWF.
Grade: **

Backstage, Kurt Angle thanks Edge & Christian for coming down to the ring during his match to provide "moral support" whilst he beat Benoit on his own. He leaves, and Edge says he is glad that they don't have to listen to Kurt complain about his missing medals any longer. Funny segment.

Elsewhere, Mr McMahon is with Austin, Triple H, and their wives. He stresses the importance of working together in their matches against the Brothers of Destruction. Speaking of which, Triple H is in action next, so we get a video package looking at his issues with Kane.

WWF Intercontinental Championship - Chain Match:
Triple H (c) w/Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley vs Kane

Alright, Triple H is obviously the Intercontinental Champion here. He's also still a co-holder of the WWF Tag Team Championship along with Austin, having beaten the Brothers of Destruction at Backlash in the winner take all match. Now as I touched on in the previous review, the next night on Raw, Kane was set to battle Austin for the WWF title. He would be assaulted by the Power Trip backstage and the Undertaker would take his place in the match. After Taker won the match by DQ, Kane attempted to make the save for his big brother from a Power Trip beatdown. Instead, Austin & Triple H assaulted the injured arm of the Big Red Machine on the ring steps and put him out of action for a few weeks. A week before this show on Raw, Triple H would issue a challenge to Kane for the I.C title in a chain match, with Taker accepting on his brother's behalf. Tonight Kane is out for revenge on the Cerebral Assassin that took him out. In this instance, a chain match means the two men are chained together, but you win the match by pinfall or submission. Kane comes out with the chain from earlier here, but his arm is heavily bandaged. Triple H attacks the arm right away, before the chain is even connected to both men. Trips batters Kane's injured arm with a chair and finally connects himself with the chain to his opponent. The match gets under way properly with Triple H following up on his advantage, as he continues to target the challenger's arm. He shows that he is the Cerebral Assassin as he pulls on the chain to do further damage to Kane's arm. The Game eventually gets a chair from the outside to inflict more damage, but Kane pulls on the chain and sends the champ face first into the chair, busting him open in the process. This gives Kane the opening he needs and he takes control, powering on Trips and using the chain to his advantage. Kane dominates as the action goes to the floor, but back in the ring Triple H pulls at the chain when Kane ascends the turnbuckle. This sends Kane down but we get some back and forth in and around the ring from here. Kane ends up avoiding the Pedigree with a low blow, and after a few chain shots he looks to put the Game away with a chokeslam. This brings out Austin to help his partner, but some heel miscommunication ensues when Austin grabs the chair. He accidentally nails Trips instead of Kane. The Big Red Machine throws a stunned Austin out of the ring and follows up by pinning the Game to win the Intercontinental Championship at 12:27. Austin has accidentally cost the Game the title, and now the question becomes how Triple H will react later tonight. This was a very physical match and was pretty solid. Most matches where the guys are attached tend not to work, but the chain was brought into play well here. They worked the injured arm well into this and Kane gets some retribution on the Power Trip.
Grade: ***

The tag team turmoil is up next, and Jonathan Coachman is backstage attempting to find out who Chris Jericho has chosen as his partner. He won't reveal anything other than the fact that he is a serious party animal. He promises win or lose, that they will take down Edge & Christian. Hmm, who else might have issues with E&C?

Elsewhere Mr McMahon finds a battered and bloody Triple H with Stephanie. Triple H is pissed that Austin accidentally cost him the I.C title, but Vince says they need to stay on the same page.

No. 1 Contender Tag Team Turmoil:
APA vs Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn w/Terri vs Dudley Boyz w/Spike Dudley vs X-Pac & Justin Credible w/Albert vs Hardy Boyz vs Chris Jericho & Chris Benoit vs Edge & Christian

With the Power Trip holding the tag titles, this is your typical match where all the teams get thrown in to showcase the division. The winners get a shot at the champs the next night on Raw. Aside from the usual happenings in the tag division, Chris Jericho has had issues with Edge & Christian in recent weeks, hence him entering this match with a mystery partner. Anyway, the first teams in the ring are the APA who are still floating around, and the remaining two members of the Radicalz - Saturn & Malenko. They don't go at it for long at all. The heels briefly beat on Faarooq, but he comes back with a Spinebuster to pin Saturn less than two minutes into the match. The next team out are the Dudley Boyz and they get a pretty big pop, despite their face days being numbered. Spike is out with them by the way. The APA attack their new opponents right away to take the early advantage, and we get a little back and forth. The crowd go nuts as usual when the Dudley Boyz come back and hit the Wazzup spot and Bubba tells D-Von to get the tables. D-Von goes to do so, but the Holly Cousins (who are not in the match) come down and attack him outside the ring. The Dudley Boyz had recently had issues with the Hollys due to Spike and Molly developing a bit of a relationship on camera. Anyway, Hardcore Holly puts D-Von through a table and that distracts Bubba. Bradshaw capitalises with the Clothesline from Hell and the APA advance once again. The X-Factor team of X-Pac & Credible are next, and they have their muscle in Albert with them as well. X-Pac has no facial hair and it looks really weird. The APA start out continuing their dominance, but Albert ends up interfering and hitting Bradshaw with a bicycle kick. The heels work over Faarooq a little from here, but Bradshaw comes back and builds some more momentum. He goes to slam X-Pac, but Albert ends up tripping the Texan. X-Pac falls on top and the APA are eliminated in a bit of an upset. The heels needed to advance here though, as out next are the always popular Hardy Boyz. As I mentioned earlier, Matt Hardy is still the reigning European Champion. The Hardy Boyz start out on fire, but X-Factor turns the tide as X-Pac lowers the ropes outside, sending Jeff crashing to the floor. They take over and work on Jeff, with X-Pac hitting the Bronco Buster before Matt gets the hot tag. He hits a legdrop and Jeff follows up with a Swanton on X-Pac, but Albert breaks Matt's pin. Jeff takes Albert out on the outside but as the referee is dealing with this, Pac & Credible hit a double superkick on Matt. X-Pac covers and the Hardy Boyz are eliminated. Chris Jericho's music hits next and out walks Y2J alone. He motions to the entrance and out walks Chris Benoit pulling double duty! The crowd loves it, although I think the pop would have been bigger had his music played rather than Jericho's kept going. We have entrance music for a reason! Of course, Benoit has a score to settle with E&C from earlier, so its a foregone conclusion who advances here. Benoit gets worked over a little and Jericho comes in with the hot tag. He accidentally nails the ref which allows Albert to interfere once again, but in the end Benoit fights back and saves Jericho from some heel double teaming. They get rid of Albert and lock X-Pac and Credible in the Walls of Jericho and Crippler Crossface respectively. They both tap and X-Factor is eliminated. This brings out Edge & Christian, who are the last team in the match. They take the early advantage and team up on Y2J. Benoit ends up getting a hot tag and cleans house with an array of suplexes. Edge & Christian retreat to the outside to grab some chairs, but the Canadian Chris's just dropkick them into their opponents. They attempt a Conchairo on Christian, but Edge saves his partner. The heels go to do the same to Benoit, but he ducks and catches Christian in the Crossface. Christian taps and Benoit & Jericho are the number one contenders to the tag titles! All up this was 32:09. I really enjoyed this match, and the crowd loved the pairing of Benoit & Jericho at the end. Some of the eliminations were surprising, but they usually made sense considering who was entering the match next. You needed heels in there when Jericho & Benoit came out so X-Factor dominating early was logical. The best part was the last fall which got more time than the others. Benoit & Jericho face the Power Trip tomorrow night, a night that would change the course of the company's booking direction in one match.
Grade: **3/4

The main event is up next so we get a video package for Austin/Taker. Back in the arena, Mr McMahon struts out and joins JR & Heyman on commentary for the match.

WWF Championship - No Holds Barred Match:
Steve Austin (c) vs Undertaker

Austin is the champ, and also one half of the tag champions as I've mentioned numerous times already. After winning those titles at Backlash from the Brothers of Destruction, Austin would continue to focus on the Undertaker after the Power Trip put Kane on the shelf. After Taker failed to win the WWF title in that weird handicap match at Insurrextion, things took a more personal turn. On the next episode of Raw, the Undertaker received a call informing him that his wife had been a car accident. It turned out that she was fine however and there had been no accident at all. Of course, the whole thing was set up by the Power Trip and Taker wanted revenge. He would get a little of that on an episode of Smackdown later in the week. On that episode, Taker would attack Austin and throw him through a glass window. Austin's eye was busted open and needed medical attention, so he was taken into an ambulance along with Triple H who rode along. The Undertaker came out from the driver position and proceeded to put more of a beating on Austin. That brings us to our main event tonight, which is no holds barred as we saw earlier by order of Commissioner Regal. You can tell Taker means business here as he walks out to the ring rather than riding his bike. He brawls with Austin in the aisle to start and is in complete control for the early going. The action goes in and out of the ring and back up the aisle throughout the early portion of the match. At one point Taker hits old school but using the barricade which was kind of cool. As the action finally goes back to the ring, Taker grabs a chair from ringside, but before he can use it, Austin hits the American Bad Ass with a neckbreaker. He goes to follow with a Stunner, but Taker counters and boots Austin. He brawls with the champion back to the outside and over to the announce table, but over there Taker gets distracted by Vince. This gives Austin the chance to clip the knee of the challenger and he takes control. The heel turn finally seems to be working here by the way, as the crowd is chanting "Austin sucks" quite loudly. Despite the brief comeback, Austin takes a chokeslam though the announce table, but rather than capitalise, Taker decides he wants to go after Vince. This distraction allows Stone Cold to recover, and he whacks Taker with a monitor from the announce table remnants. Austin takes control and delivers a chair shot to the skull of his opponent. Taker staggers to his knees and gives Austin the middle fingers, which leads to a Stunner to the American Bad Ass. Shockingly, Taker kicks out at two, and the crowd pop. Taker follows up with a chokeslam to Austin and goes for the chair yet again. He punishes the Bionic Redneck with it, but this leads to Triple H hitting the ring with a sledgehammer in hand. Taker takes the Game out and covers Austin, but this time Vince breaks the pin at the very last minute. Taker goes after Vince again, and Austin accidentally hits Vince with a chair when he attempts to blindside the challenger. Taker goes for the Last Ride, but Triple H has recovered, and he whacks Taker with the sledgehammer. Austin covers and Kane's pyro goes off. Its too late though, as the ref counts to three and Austin retains the WWF title at 23:08. Weird ending there with Kane coming out too late. He runs off the heels to end the show, but Austin still has the gold. The match here was okay, but really not what you expect for the main event of a show. Taker had the crowd behind him, but his ring work was really suffering in this stretch outside of a few impressive performances like Mania. He would rebound of course, but we've got a ways to go yet. Austin could only do so much here. The feud ends here anyway.
Grade: **3/4

This show (without including Insurrextion), was a step down from the string of good PPVs the WWF had been putting on throughout early 2001. The show was clearly focused on the culmination of the Power Trip/Brothers of Destruction feud, and the main event was quite underwhelming. The chain match was solid at least. The show set up Jericho & Benoit as the next duo in line to challenge the dominant heels, and they would actually win the tag titles the next night on Raw. Whilst an amazing match, that was also the match that would see Triple H sidelined for the rest of the year after blowing out his quad. It was a major blow as you could tell the company was headed for a face turn for the Game and match with Austin, what with him helping Austin retain his title despite being cost his earlier in the night here. Plans would be adjusted as we will see by our next show. Back to the show at hand, the highlight was definitely the Benoit/Angle match, and whilst awesome, I still think its not quite up to their previous matches. They should have dumped the three fall idea and just had a ladder match. There's nothing outrightly bad on this show, it just feels average for the most part.

Three Stars of the Night:
1. Chris Benoit - he was in the best match of the night, and whilst he came up short, it wasn't the end for him, as he pulled double duty and looked great in the tag team turmoil.
2. Kurt Angle - ends the first real stage of his long standing rivalry with Chris Benoit with a victory and his gold medals in a good match.
3. Kane/Triple H (tie) - had a much better than expected chain match which I enjoyed more than the Austin/Taker match. Triple H particularly had been on a roll from 2000 to this point, so its going to be strange not seeing him here for a while.

FINAL GRADE: 5 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 = 99
Bret Hart = 83
Shawn Michaels = 67
The Rock = 52
Triple H = 51
Mick Foley = 38
Randy Savage = 28
Undertaker = 26
Owen Hart = 21
Hulk Hogan = 18
Kurt Angle = 18
X-Pac = 18
Diesel = 15
Chris Benoit = 15
Chris Jericho = 14
Matt Hardy = 14
Jeff Hardy = 14
Ultimate Warrior = 13
Vader = 13
British Bulldog = 12
Christian = 12
Edge = 11
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
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
Shane McMahon = 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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