• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 10, 2000) – WWF Armageddon 2000
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 10, 2000, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF Armageddon 2000’ LIVE on PPV from the Birmingham–Jefferson Civic Center in Birmingham, Alabama.
The once-in-a-lifetime main event match inside the unforgiving ‘Hell in a Cell’ cage featured some of THE biggest & most famous Attitude Era names out there, when WWF World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle had to defend his title against The Rock, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Triple H, The Undertaker & Rikishi.
Here are the results:
– Intergender elimination tag team match: The Radicalz defeated Team Xtreme
– WWF European Championship: William Regal (c) defeated Hardcore Holly
– Val Venis defeated Chyna
– Last Man Standing match: Chris Jericho defeated Kane
– 4-Way – WWF Tag Team Championship: Edge & Christian defeated The Dudley Boyz, K-Kwik & Road Dogg and Right to Censor (c)
– WWF Intercontinental Championship: Chris Benoit defeated Billy Gunn (c)
– WWF Women’s Championship: Ivory (c) defeated Molly Holly and Trish Stratus
– Hell in a Cell – WWF Championship: Kurt Angle (c) defeated Rikishi, The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H and The Undertaker
• Cody Rhodes Turns Down WWE Offer A Few Weeks Ago, Teases “ALL IN: International”
During a recent appearance on Fight Forever Wrestling’s production of Bruce Prichard’s Something To Wrestle podcast in the UK, former WWE Superstar and current IWGP United States Heavyweight Champion Cody Rhodes answered some fan questions.
Cody was asked about the possibility of returning to WWE and Cody revealed that he passed on an offer from WWE a few weeks ago.
Cody believes that there’s a market for non-PG wrestling out there after the success of ALL IN and teased an “ALL IN: International” event.
“There are two major territories outside of the US in terms of wrestling: UK and Australia,” Rhodes said. “If you put up a ring, they will come.”