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On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (July 23, 2000) – Fully Loaded 2000

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On this day in Pro Wrestling history on July 23, 2000, the WWF aired ‘Fully Loaded 2000’ LIVE on PPV from The Reunion Arena in Dallas, Texas. This PPV doesn’t get talked about very much anymore these days, but that’s mainly because of Chris Benoit main eventing this event, so that doesn’t really come as a surprise.

Benoit challenged The Rock for the WWF World Heavyweight Championship in the last of 3 (!!!) main events that night, with the others being Triple H facing Chris Jericho in a Last Man Standing match, as well as Kurt Angle taking on The American Badass himself, The Undertaker.

The PPV didn’t only have a pretty good card on paper, but it also turned out to be really entertaining for the most part. Not a bad PPV whatsoever.

Below are the results from that night:

– The Hardy Boyz and Lita defeated T & A and Trish Stratus

– Tazz defeated Al Snow

– WWF European Championship

Perry Saturn defeated Eddie Guerrero (c)

– The APA defeated Edge and Christian (c)

– Steel Cage match – WWF Intercontinental Championship

Val Venis (c) defeated Rikishi

– The Undertaker defeated Kurt Angle

– Last Man Standing match

Triple H defeated Chris Jericho

– WWF Championship

The Rock (c) defeated Chris Benoit

        
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