WWE PPV Flashbacks: Unforgiven - September 23, 2001

September 23, 2001
Mellon Arena, Pittsburgh, PA

The battle between the WWF and the Alliance raged on as summer turned to fall in 2001. The WWF was in possession of the WCW Championship, whilst the Alliance held the WWF title. Tonight both championships would be on the line in a continuation of the feuds from SummerSlam. After losing his gold at SummerSlam, Booker T teams with Shane McMahon to take on the Rock in a handicap match for the WCW Championship. Meanwhile, after being screwed out of the championship last month, Kurt Angle looks to take Stone Cole Steve Austin to the limit once again, as the two battle for the WWF Championship in Kurt's home town. Who will hold the gold once Unforgiven is over? Time will tell. As always, send your feedback to me on Twitter at @Mpmcc91 and spread the word about these reviews.

Before the opening video, we kick things off inside the Mellon Arena. Jennifer Holliday performs a rendition of America the Beautiful. It was a very patriotic time, as the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centre had taken place just a week or so before this show. We then go to our usual video package opening, which focuses on the Austin/Angle and Rock/Booker feuds. Back in the arena, our announce team of Jim Ross & Paul Heyman get us underway.

WWF Tag Team Championship - Elimination Match:
Dudley Boyz (c) vs Hardy Boyz vs Big Show & Spike Dudley vs Lance Storm & The Hurricane

We kick the night off with an elimination match for the WWF Tag Team Championship. When we left off at SummerSlam, the Undertaker & Kane held these titles, although they obviously are no longer the champions, with them not being in this match. We'll see them later on. The Dudley Boyz actually defeated the Brothers of Destruction a week before this show on Raw (no longer Raw is War after 9/11) to win the titles, thanks to some interference that we'll get to later. The Hardy Boyz being in this match needs no explanation due to their history with the new champions over the years, although Matt Hardy is no longer the WWF European Champion. After a lengthy reign he would lose the title to the Hurricane shortly after SummerSlam on Raw. Of course, the Hurricane is the former Shane Helms from WCW, and he teams with Lance Storm to make up the second Alliance team in this match. Rounding out the teams is the thrown together team of Big Show & Spike Dudley representing the WWF, with the latter returning to action after being taken out by his big brothers a couple of months ago. This starts out as the brawl you would expect, and Big Sow clears the ring of the Dudley Boyz from the outset. We get a few tags to get different combinations going at it, and Matt Hardy and the Hurricane soon continue their rivalry in the ring. Matt takes down Hurricane and does the Hurricane pose at him in a funny spot. Spike is in there soon enough, and he gets worked over by Storm & Hurricane. The announcers mention that Spike has issues with the Hurricane due to the Hurricane approaching his girlfriend Molly to become his sidekick. Keep an eye on that one. Anyway, Spike eventually fires back with a Dudley Dog to both Storm and the Hurricane and gets the hot tag to Show. Show cleans house and actually teases going up to the top. The Dudleyz stop the big guy in his tracks though. Nonetheless, Big Show fights back and ends up delivering a chokeslam to Storm to score the first elimination of the match. Lance Storm & the Hurricane are gone. The celebration is short lived for Show & Spike however, as the Dudleyz take out Show while Matt Hardy comes in and connects with a Twist of Fate to score an elimination around a minute later. This brings us back down to a familiar pairing as the Dudley Boyz do battle with the Hardy Boyz, which was expected with the two other teams really just being thrown together. The Hardy Boyz continue their burst of momentum, hitting Poetry in Motion, but the champs come back and deliver the Wazzup to Jeff. They beat him down a bit, with Bubba sending him into the ring steps, but Matt comes back in off a hot tag. His momentum is cut short with a 3D, however Jeff breaks the subsequent pin with a Swanton. He takes himself out in the process though, leaving Matt to be hit by a Bubba Bomb. D-Von gets on top and gets the three for the Dudley Boyz to retain their titles at 14:21. It was a decent enough opener to get the show started, but as good as the chemistry was between the Hardy and Dudley Boyz, the tag division was getting a little stale at this point. The other two teams didn't really have a chance here. A solid start to the PPV.
Grade: **3/4

We now go backstage to see Rob Van Dam arriving in the building. Stephanie McMahon greets him and wishes him good luck against Jericho. RVD turns down her services, but says he could use a bigger locker room fitting of his superstar status. Steph says he can have any locker room he wants.

Back at ringside, Michael Cole gets a word with Kurt Angle's family in the crowd. He mentions that Angle is competing despite not being cleared from a neck injury brought about by Stone Cold. They are confident Kurt will be victorious nonetheless.

Perry Saturn vs Raven w/Terri
Since bumping his head in a match on Heat in May, Perry Saturn had gone off the deep end. He would begin running around with a mop, which he named "Moppy". He would end up giving Moppy more attention that his valet and lover, Terri. This would lead to Terri defecting to the Alliance, and along with Raven, she would steal the mop. On the Raw before this PPV, Raven would tell Saturn that he had found Moppy, before shredding it to pieces in a wood chipper. Saturn was devastated, and that brings us to this match. Saturn starts out with a dropkick sending Raven to the outside. They brawl and Raven ends up getting the upper hand after sending Saturn off the apron. The announcers actually mention the history Saturn had as a member of Raven's Flock in WCW. Raven locks in a cobra clutch back in the ring but Saturn fights out. We get some back amd forth but in the end Saturn puts his opponent away with the Three Handed Moss Covered Family Credenza for the quick win at 5:07. This was really just filler and could have been on TV. What more do you expect from a feud revolving around the destruction of a mop!
Grade: *

In the back, Lillian Garcia is standing by with the recently turned heel, Christian. He's still a WWF guy though. Christian rips on the crowd before saying that tonight he will prove that he is better than his brother. That takes us to a video package focused on the split of E&C, set to Christian's awesome new theme.

WWF Intercontinental Championship:
Edge (c) vs Christian

The months of foreshadowing have finally brought us here - the split of the team of the Attitude era. Whilst Edge defeated Lance Storm to win the I.C title last month, despite Christian's "accidental" interference to his detriment, Christian would be unsuccessful in a European title match against Matt Hardy the next night on Raw. He would also come up short in a WCW title match with the Rock. Christian's jealousy for Edge's success turned to resent, and on an episode of Raw, he finally snapped by attacking his brother and dishing out a con-chair-to. Later that week on Smackdown, Christian would challenge his brother to an I.C title match at the PPV. Edge would attempt to get some revenge on Christian a few weeks later on Raw, but security would hold him back, allowimg Christian to escape. Both men have awesome entrance themes here by the way, and Paul Heyman talks up Christian big time, saying there is a spot in the Alliance for him. Edge takes the fight to his brother right away, and the action starts on the outside and goes all the way up to the entrance and back. Back in the ring, Christian attempts to plead with Edge to calm down, but he uses the distraction to pull the champion down into the turnbuckle to gain the advantage. The action goes back outside, and Christian sends Edge into the ring steps and the champion is bleeding from the eye shortly after. Nonetheless, Edge mounts his comeback and gets a near fall of the Edge-O-Matic after countering the Unprettier. Christian sends Edge to the floor, but the champion crawls under the ring and comes out the other side and delivers a cross body off the top to his unexpecting brother. Christian fires back with a Spear, and then goes to the outside to grab a chair. He attempts a con-chair-to to the I.C Champion, but Edge counters with a leg sweep before going for his own con-chair-to to Christian. The ref stops him however, and Christian hits a low blow with the chair, which gives him the cheap pinfall moments later at 11:53. Christian is the new WWF Intercontinental Champion, but this feud is just getting started. As a match this was okay, but considering the guys involved and the chemistry you would expect them to have with each other, this was really underwhelming. It was still early days for them as singles guys.
Grade: **3/4

We now go to a recap of the feud behind our next match. Backstage, Jonathan Coachman gets a word with the Undertaker & Kane. After a quick dig at the RTC, saying nobody wanted to remember them to begin with, Taker promises a beating to their opponents and Steven Richards. Yeah - this isn't going to be pretty.

WCW Tag Team Championship:
Undertaker & Kane (c) vs Kronik w/Steven Richards

Here we go, a match which has the reputation of being one of the worst PPV matches of all time. This goes all the way back to May, when the Undertaker laid out the entire Right to Censor, writing the faction off TV. Steven Richards would make his return heading into this PPV, attacking the Undertaker during a match with Test, and then high tailing it. Later that week on Smackdown, Richards claimed he was going to take out the Undertaker for what he did to the RTC. Just as it appeared that Richards had a death wish, the debuting team Kronik from WCW assaulted the American Bad Ass. Kronik was comprised of Bryan Clark (Adam Bomb) and Brian Adams (Crush), and was essentially an APA rip off in the last few years of WCW's existence. Anyway, Kronik would strike again a week later on Raw, this time sending Taker through the announce table during his match with Booker T. The following week, Kronik would cost the Brothers of Destruction their WWF Tag Team Championship to the Dudley Boyz, however they still hold the WCW Tag Team Championship here. Those belts are on the line in this match. Alright, this one starts out as a brawl between both teams on the floor, before we officially start out with Taker and Adams in the ring. Kronik takes control in the early going before the action goes back to a brawl on the outside again. Back inside, the match continues with Taker being beat down some more by some boring Kronik offence. After fighting out of a chinlock, Taker finally gets the hot tag to Kane. The Big Red Machine goes for a double chokeslam to Adams and Clark, but they stop him and all three men end up going down. Taker gets tagged back in and cleans house. He goes for a chokeslam on Clark, but this time Steven Richards interferes on behalf of the challengers. Richards gets taken out but Kronik look to follow up with a double chokeslam to the American Bad Ass. Kane makes the save and sends Adams packing with a clothesline. Taker puts us out of our misery with a chokeslam to Clark, and one pin later, Kronik is history at 10:22. There's a reason this match has such a bad reputation - its absolutely terrible. Kronik looked terrible in there and they were sent right down to developmental immediately after this, and would be released shortly after. Taker was also out of shape at this point, but he'd rebound strong in a few months time, ending one of the worst stretches of his career. Kane was just there but he couldn't save this one from being a mess. Probably the worst match of 2001 at the very least. The Brothers of Destruction move on from this feud with their WCW Tag Team Championships around their waists. Steven Richards gets a beating courtesy of the Brothers of Destruction afterwards.
Grade: DUD

Backstage, Shane McMahon gives Booker T a pep talk when Tazz walks in. He says they will beat Rock tonight - after all, Stephanie beat Rock in a handicap match on Raw, so if they failed to do so it would be pretty embarrassing. Tazz meant it as encouragement, but Shane and Booker get pissed and tell him to get out. In recent weeks Tazz had become a scapegoat for the Alliance.

Elsewhere, Stephanie is looking for RVD again. She finds his dressing room door and knocks on it. From outside, she tells him that tomorrow is her birthday, and it would be a perfect present if he destroyed Y2J in their match. Stephanie says it will definitely be worth RVD's while when Chris Jericho comes up behind her. He makes slut remarks before commenting on the Billion Dollar Princess' boobs.

WWF Hardcore Championship:
Rob Van Dam (c) vs Chris Jericho

There actually wasn't much in the way of a build to this match, as this was really more about Stephanie getting one of her Alliance guys to take Chris Jericho out, after Rhyno was unsuccessful in doing so at SummerSlam. Essentially it was a means of getting two popular and talented guys on the show. Jericho and RVD had crossed paths in tag matches leading up to this show, which is about all there was to say heading into this title defence. Now, whilst RVD won the Hardcore Championship at SummerSlam, he would actually lose the title to Kurt Angle on an episode of Raw, only to regain the title on the same night. Hence RVD enters with the gold, still wildly over despite being part of the Alliance. Jericho got a good reaction as well of course. JR actually talks up RVD on commentary, saying he'd make a good WWF superstar, perhaps laying the foundations for an upcoming storyline. After some early back and forth, RVD send Jericho to the outside and after a cross body from the apron, delivers his trademark spin kick to a prone Jericho on the barricade, only for Y2J to get out of the way. Y2J brings a ladder into play and we get some duelling chants for both guys. Jericho whacks RVD with the ladder a few times, then continues the assault back in the ring, where he sends the champ into the ring post. After taking some bumps onto the ladder, Jericho locks RVD in the Walls of Jericho, but RVD fights through and delivers a Rolling Thunder followed by the split legged moonsault. Jericho kicks out but misses a subsequent Lionsault, which allows the Hardcore Champion to regain control with a spinning heel kick, busting open the challenger's eye in the process. Jericho gets out of the way from a Five Star though and we get some more action, with RVD bringing a chair into play. RVD climbs up the ladder, but Jericho throws the chair up at him, then climbs as well to lock in the Walls up on the ladder, like he did back at the Rumble. RVD won't quit though, and he escapes by dropping to the floor. Jericho dives after him but misses and hits the barricade. He nails an incoming RVD with a chair before the champ can build any momentum though, but RVD won't stay down. Jericho ends up getting frustrated and goes nuts on RVD with a chair, but this brings out Stephanie McMahon. She distracts Jericho which gives RVD the chance to hit him with a Van-Daminator. The champ follows up with a Five Star Frog Splash and that does the job, as he retains his title at 16:33. This was a very good match between two hard working guys delivering some entertaining action. RVD's momentum continues to grow as his undefeated streak continues. This definitely woke the crowd back up after the awful match that came before it.
Grade: ***3/4

Backstage again, Shane continues to fire Booker T up for their upcoming match. Shane says one of them will become the champ, regardless of who it is. Booker walks off, whilst Shane pictures himself as the WCW Champion. We then go to a video package looking at the upcoming match.

WCW Championship:
The Rock (c) vs Booker T & Shane McMahon

Our first major title match of the evening is a continuation of the feud from last month. After beating Booker T to win the WCW title at SummerSlam, the Rock would begin to ridicule the five time WCW champ. The night after that PPV, the Rock would have a midget come out dressed as Booker, dubbed Booker Wee. Booker T would be a subject of similar jokes in the weeks that followed, with the Big Show memorably doing a spinarooni attempt. The Rock would also continue to have issues with Shane McMahon, going so far as to challenge the WCW owner to a match, only for Shane to escape. Booker T would grow tired of the disrespect being shown by the Rock and would be out of redemption. Shane McMahon would announce on an episode of Smackdown, that since the WCW Championship was sanctioned by WCW, it fell under his jurisdiction. As such, the Rock would be ordered to defend the gold in a handicap match against both himself and Booker at the PPV. As a warm up, Shane would have the Rock face Test & Stephanie McMahon in a handicap match on the Raw before this show. Thanks to some interference, Stephanie would pin the Rock, giving the Alliance the momentum heading into this match. The rules are simple, whoever scores the pin or submission will leave as WCW Champion. Of course, Rock and Booker start out in the ring. The Rock gets the early advantage, but Shane constantly runs in to break up any falls. Shane ends up tagging in but quickly ends up running away from the Great One until Booker decks the champ with a kick on the outside. Rock recovers and gets his hands on Shane, locking in the Sharpshooter, but Booker breaks it up. Booker comes in shortly after and takes control after sending Rock into the ring post and barricade. He gets cocky and does the Spinarooni to the delight of Heyman, but Rock rolls him up for a near fall. This infuriates Booker and he fights Rock to the outside again, setting him up on the announce table. Shane ascends to the top rope, but before he comes off, Rock is back on his feet fighting Booker off. Rock builds some momentum back in the ring, hitting a Samoan Drop on Booker. Meanwhile, Shane goes for the title belt, but we get some heel miscommunication when he accidentally nails Booker with it. He follows up by nailing Rock, but the champion kicks out to continue. Nick Patrick is the ref by the way, hence why there hasn't been a DQ. Rock comes back and delivers the Rock Bottom to Shane and sets up for the People's Elbow. Before he can do so however, out comes Test with a boot to the face of the Great One. Bradshaw follows, baseball bat in hand, and he chases Test off to the back. Meanwhile, Nick Patrick decides to take some liberties and throws Rock back into the ring. This brings out WWF official, Mike Chioda, and he breaks up a subsequent cover by Shane in retaliation, tossing him to the outside. Chioda gets in and spears Patrick, but gets taken out by Booker for his efforts. Booker T then sets up for the Book End, but Rock counters into the Rock Bottom. With no ref in sight, Earl Hebner rushes out to count the three, and Rock retains his title at 15:23. The match was okay, although the ref stuff at the end was a bit much. I understand Rock winning here, but I think Shane should have taken the fall - why else would you have him in the match? Considering this was really the blow off to this feud, I think a singles rematch probably would have worked better here. Nonetheless, Rock moves on to an interesting little rivalry, whilst Booker heads to the midcard.
Grade: **1/2

We now go to Commissioner Regal's office. He is with Tajiri, and his new love interest, Torrie Wilson. Tajiri assures Regal he wants to compete tonight despite his injured ribs. Torrie insists on being at ringside for the match, so Regal gives in.

Next, we cross to WWF New York, where Stacy Keibler is in attendance. She shows a clip of her shaving her legs.

WCW United States Championship:
Tajiri (c) w/Torrie Wilson vs Rhyno

Tajiri defeated Kanyon on a recent episode of Raw to bring the U.S title to the WWF. A week later, Tajiri would be defending his newly won title against Christian, and whilst he would retain his title. Christian would assault the Japanese Buzzsaw out of frustration, injuring his ribs. As Tajiri was being tended to by medical staff, he was Gored by Rhyno, which led to Shane McMahon making this match, which Tajiri entered with his ribs taped. Tajiri had also started a relationship with Torrie Wilson in recent weeks. She was still with the Alliance here, although she was being portrayed more sympathetically in recent weeks, having split away from her former association with Stacy Keibler. As far as the match here goes, despite Tajiri's popularity, this is obviously just filler to settle the crowd between the two big matches. Tajiri starts out with the momentum here, kicking away at the challenger. He goes for a moonsault moments later, but re-injures his ribs on the landing. This allows Rhyno to take control and he does so before going after Torrie on the outside. He chases her into the ring but she trips over, so the Man Beast sets up to Gore her. He's intercepted by a Tajiri buzzsaw kick however, and moments later, the U.S champ goes for the Tarantula. Rhyno breaks out and dumps his opponent down though, and follows up with a T-Bone suplex. A Gore comes next and Rhyno is the new U.S Champion at 4:50. A fairly dominant victory for Rhyno here, as Tajiri would fade into the background a bit from here despite the crowd support.
Grade: *3/4

The main event is up next, so we get a video package looking at the Angle/Austin feud.

WWF Championship:
Steve Austin (c) vs Kurt Angle

The last time these two squared off for the title, our Olympic Hero, Kurt Angle, took everything Stone Cold threw at him but kept coming back, until Austin got himself disqualified to retain his championship. This is the big rematch in Kurt's home town. After retaining his title at SummerSlam, the Alliance would proclaim that it was Stone Cold appreciation night on the next Raw. They would gather in the ring with Austin in an awesome segment. Stephanie would lead the Alliance in serenading their leader, whilst Austin would take issue with Tazz for not wearing an Alliance shirt, debuting the now famous "What?" phrase in the process. The festivities were eventually interrupted by Kurt Angle, who in an allusion to Austin in 1999, rode out in a milk truck and sprayed the Alliance as the crowd went nuts. Austin would respond the following week by stealing Kurt's gold medals after the number one contender was involved in tag team action. He would throw those medals into a river whilst Angle looked on from the ring. The following week, Angle would kidnap and blindfold Austin and took him to a bridge, after jumping him earlier in the night. Angle would threaten to throw Stone Cold into the river unless he gave him a title shot and begged for his life. Austin would give in, but Kurt would tell him he was going in the water anyway. Instead of throwing him in the river however, he would toss the champion into a kiddie pool, whilst Austin hilariously pleaded for rescue. Stone Cold was furious after being embarrassed, and heading into this show he would attack Angle, giving him a piledriver to the floor, injuring Kurt's neck in the process. That brings us to our main event, and Kurt gets a monster pop from the Pittsburgh crowd. I didn't mention this last month, but Austin now has his awful generic Alliance theme. This starts out as a total slug fest between these hated rivals. Its all Angle in the early moments, and he sends Austin bailing to the floor. After Angle dominates on the outside as well, the Bionic Redneck decides to take his title and leave, but Angle stops him in the aisle. He throws Austin off the ramp and remains in control back to ringside, where he sends Stone Cold into the post. Austin finally gets a chance to take over when he goes for a knee to the back. Austin attempts a piledriver onto the unprotected floor, but Angle blocks it. Austin comes back as they fight their way onto the announce table and he targets the challenger's neck in his assault. The champ takes a break to jaw jack with Kurt's family at ringside, and continues to pound on Angle, but Kurt fires back moments later with a burst of German suplexes. Austin blocks a subsequent moonsault, but Kurt comes back and hits a DDT. He follows up with a Stunner to Austin for a two count! Kurt attempts the Angle Slam, but Stone Cold counters into one of his own for another near fall. Stone Cold continues to wear Kurt down, this time hitting a Piledriver, but Kurt still won't stay down! Austin goes for a Stunner, but Kurt grabs his foot and gets him in the Ankle Lock instead! Austin attempts to fight his way to the ropes, but just as he gets there, he taps out and the crowd goes nuts. Kurt Angle is the new WWF Champion at 23:12. Its important to note that Austin's hand was under the ropes when he tapped through. For now it doesn't matter - Kurt Angle wins the title in his hometown and his family gets in the ring to celebrate with him. They are joined by the WWF locker room and we get a cool moment where The Rock shakes Kurt's hand, one champion to another. This was a very good match, although not quite as good to the SummerSlam match from an in-ring standpoint. Still, this had it all as far as the emotion was concerned. The fans needed a happy ending due to everything that was going on outside of wrestling at the time, and this did just that.
Grade: ****

This was a mixed show. There was some very good stuff, particularly the main event and the Hardcore title match, but at the same time you have one of the worst matches of all time in the Kronik mess. The WCW title match was about what you would expect, and if Booker was going to take the fall, they may as well just made it a singles rematch from SummerSlam. The Edge/Christian explosion was...decent - but incredibly underwhelming considering what you were expecting going in. The rest of the card was really just fine, nothing amazing. Overall, I'd say the good outweighs the bad to make this a slightly above average show though. The WWF now holds both major titles, but we'd get a few twists ahead before our next PPV outing.

Three Stars of the Night:
1. Kurt Angle - match of the night and got an incredible moment as he finally overcame his adversary to win the gold in his hometown. This was the culmination of a great summer for Kurt Angle.
2. Steve Austin - yet another very good PPV match for the Rattlesnake. He'd leave without his title here, but there would be controversy ahead.
3. Rob Van Dam - once again RVD has an impressive PPV outing as he defeats Chris Jericho in an enjoyable hardcore match as he continues to ascend the ladder. The crowd support was about to explode by this point.

FINAL GRADE: 6 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 = 103
Bret Hart = 83
Shawn Michaels = 67
The Rock = 52
Triple H = 51
Mick Foley = 38
Randy Savage = 28
Kurt Angle = 28
Undertaker = 26
Owen Hart = 21
Hulk Hogan = 18
X-Pac = 18
Chris Benoit = 16
Jeff Hardy = 16
Diesel = 15
Chris Jericho = 14
Matt 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
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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