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On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (June 25, 2000) – King Of The Ring 2000

King of the Ring WWF WWE PPV 1998-2002

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on June 25th 2000, the WWF aired ‘King of the Ring 2000’ on PPV from the FleetCenter in Boston, Massachusetts.

The main event, which was not part of the actualy King of the Ring tournament that night, had a very rare stipulation with the WWF World Title being on the line in a 6 man Tag Team match.

Here’s the full card including the results:

Quarter-Final match
Rikishi defeated Chris Benoit via DQ

Quarter-Final match
Val Venis defeated Eddie Guerrero

Quarter-Final match
Crash Holly defeated Bull Buchanan

Quarter-Final match
Kurt Angle defeated Chris Jericho

WWF Tag Team Championship
Edge & Christian defeated Too Cool, The Hardy Boyz and T & A

Semi-Final match
Rikishi defeated Val Venis

Semi-Final match
Kurt Angle defeated Crash Holly

Evening Gown match for the WWF Hardcore Championship
Pat Patterson vs. Gerald Brisco

Handicap tables Dumpster match
D-Generation X defeated The Dudley Boyz

Final match
Kurt Angle defeated Rikishi

WWF Championship
The Rock & The Brothers of Destruction defeated The McMahon-Helmsley Faction

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