Judgment Day 2001

| Date: May 20, 2001 | Venue: ARCO Arena | City: Sacremento, California | Attendance: 13, 632 | Buyrate: 405, 000 Tonight could be Judgment Day for the two man power trip of Stone Cold Steve Austin and Triple H. Both men will defend their championships with Austin defending his WWF title in the main event against The Undertaker. This rivalry has been going on since Wrestlemania and took a turn for … Continue reading Judgment Day 2001

Insurrextion 2001

| Date: May 5, 2001 | Venue: Earls Court | City: London, England | Attendance: 15, 794 Insurrextion is one of two annual PPVs held in the UK. What I like about these shows are that you don’t always get matches you expect. They don’t necessarily follow the curve of the storylines that are current. Tonight will probably be no different. No matches have been announced going into this but … Continue reading Insurrextion 2001

Wrestlemania 17

| Date: April 1, 2000 | Venue: Reliant Astrodome | City: Houston, Texas | Attendance: 67, 925 | Buyrate: 1, 040, 000 Houston….We have a problem. And that is the biggest show of the year coming to Texas this very evening to the biggest buyrate of all time to this point. And what an incredible line up  we have. It’s going to be a 4 four spectacle with no less than 11 … Continue reading Wrestlemania 17

Armageddon 2000

| Date: December 10, 2000 | Venue: Birmingham – Jefferson Civic Centre | City: Birmingham, Alabama | Attendance: 14, 920 | Buyrate: 465, 000 Lord I’m Coming Home To You! How about that for tagline? It can only mean that this pay per view is taking place in sweet home Alabama. On paper this looks like a one match show but we’ll have to see. That one match I refer to is … Continue reading Armageddon 2000

Rebellion 2000

| Date: December 2nd, 2000 | Venue: Sheffield Arena | City: Sheffield, England | Attendance: 11, 077 | Buyrate: 165, 000 This is the (now) annual Rebellion PPV from the UK, the seocnd PPV from England this year. There are never any matches announced for this card so I can’t tell you what to expect. What I will say is that there is a new Intercontinental champion in “The One” Billy Gunn. … Continue reading Rebellion 2000

Survivor Series 2000

| Date: November 19, 2000 | Venue: Ice Palace | City: Miami, Florida | Attendance: 18, 602 | Buyrate: 400, 000 The Rules Have Changed. I’m not sure which rules have changed but in terms of traditional Survivor Series matches they haven’t. “Stone Cold “Steve Austin is on the poster for this pay per view as he goes one on one with Triple H. How did this come about you ask? Well … Continue reading Survivor Series 2000

Judgment Day 2000

| Date: May 21, 2000 | Venue: Freedom Hall | City: Louisville, Kentucky | Attendance: 16, 827 | Buyrate: 420, 000 Tonight will be Judgment Day for one of two men. The Rock, who won the WWF title at Backlash, defends against long standing rival Triple H. The match was made pretty early on and Triple H made the challenge to The Rock to make the match an Iron Man Match. It’ll … Continue reading Judgment Day 2000

Insurrextion 2000

| Date: May 6, 2000 | Venue: Earls Court | City: London | Attendance: 17, 000 London Bridge Isn’t The Only Thing Falling Down! Presumably wrestlers will be too. This is the first ever Insurrextion PPV and it’s to be held in the capital city of England. Earls Court hosts 17, 000 fans who will see the top superstars of the WWF. No matches have been announced prior to this … Continue reading Insurrextion 2000

Backlash 2000

| Date: April 30, 2000 | Venue: MCI Center | City: Washington DC | Attendance: 19, 101 | Buyrate: 675, 000 This PPV has the 6th biggest buyrate of all time up to now. That means a lot of eyes were on this PPV, the first since Wrestlemania. The reset button has been hit since Wrestlemania and there are plenty of new feuds. In the main event, Triple H defends his WWF … Continue reading Backlash 2000

Wrestlemania 2000

| Date: April 2nd 2000 | Venue: Arrowhead Pond  | City: Anaheim, Calafornia | Attendance: 19, 776 | Buyrate: 824, 000 A McMahon in every corner. The biggest buyrate in history (up to now) should make a for a brilliant PPV, especially considering the success of the last two shows, Royal Rumble and No Way Out. The main event features a McMahon in every corner, with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon in … Continue reading Wrestlemania 2000