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On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 1, 2001) – The End of The Attitude Era

On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 1, 2001) - The End of The Attitude Era At WrestleMania X-Seven

On this day in Pro Wrestling history in 2001, WWF WrestleMania X-Seven took place. This PPV marked the end of the Attitude Era. The main event featured the heel turn of Stone Cold Steve Austin (when he joined his rival Mr. McMahon) and him defeating The Rock to win the WWF Championship.

Also at the event, The Undertaker went 9-0 at WrestleMania. Below are the results from WrestleMania 17:

Intercontinental Championship Match: Chris Jericho (c) def. William Regal to retain the Title.

– Tazz & APA def. Right To Censor

Hardcore Championship Match: Kane def. Raven (c) & The Big Show to win the Title.

European Championship Match: Eddie Guerrero def. Test (c) to win the Title.

– Kurt Angle def. Chris Benoit

Women’s Championship Match: Chyna def. Ivory (c) to win the Title.

Street Fight with Mick Foley as Special Guest Referee: Shane McMahon def. Mr. McMahon

TLC Match For The WWF Tag Team Titles: Edge & Christian def. The Dudley Boyz (c) & The Hardy Boyz to win the Titles.

– The Iron Sheik won the Gimmick Battle Royal.

– The Undertaker def. Triple H

No DQ Match For The WWF Championship: Stone Cold Steve Austin def. The Rock (c) to win the Title.

You can watch the highlights from WrestleMania X-Seven in just 60 seconds below:

        
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