• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 18, 2001) – WWF Survivor Series 2001
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 18, 2001, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF Survivor Series 2001’ LIVE on PPV from the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina.
This pay-per-view’s main event marked the end of the infamous WCW/ECW invasion storyline.
Here are the results:
– WWF European Championship: Christian (c) defeated Al Snow
– William Regal defeated Tajiri
– Unification – WCW United States & WWF Intercontinental Championships: Edge defeated Test
– Steel Cage Unification – WCW & WWF Tag Team Championships: The Dudley Boyz defeated The Hardy Boyz
– Test won an Immunity Battle Royal
– Six-Pack Challenge For The Vacant WWF Women’s Championship: Trish Stratus defeated Ivory, Jazz, Jacqueline, Lita and Mighty Molly
– Survivor Series Elimination Match: The Rock, Chris Jericho, Big Show, Kane & The Undertaker defeated Stone Cold Steve Austin, Booker T, Kurt Angle, Rob Van Dam & Shane McMahon
• David Arquette Gets Bloodied Up In A Death Match, Tries To Shoot On His Opponent In A Heated Ending
Former WCW World Heavyweight Champion David Arquette recently faced Hardcore wrestler Nick Gage in a Death match.
Arquette got bloodied up during the match and the match had a weird ending with Arquette getting frustrated and trying to shoot on his opponent. Arquette even laid down once to get pinned and walked out of the ring immediately after he lost the match.
You can watch it below (Warning: video involves graphic content):
Please don't watch this video if you are bothered by blood, hardcore wrestling, profanity, Nick Gage, or David Arquette. With that said, I'm posting it due to questions being asked by the wrestling community. #JJLAC pic.twitter.com/MdHJE2KqM0
— GIF Skull (@GIFSkull) November 17, 2018
Below is what Arquette tweeted after the match:
Turns out Death Matches aren’t my thing
— David Arquette (@DavidArquette) November 17, 2018
Arquette is wrestling nowadays because he wants to earn people’s respect in the wrestling business and it looks like he earned NXT wrestler Mia Yim’s respect:
— Mia Yim (@MiaYim) November 17, 2018
Below is what Arquette said about his goal in wrestling during an interview with TMZ Sports:
“No, WWE is not the goal. I mean, I love WWE and I would love to do anything with them, ever. No, my main goal is getting some respect. That really is what it’s about.”