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The Final Televised WWF Event Took Place 20 Years Ago Today

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• The Final Televised WWF Event Took Place 20 Years Ago Today

On May 4, 2002, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘Insurrextion 2002’ LIVE on PPV from the Wembley Arena in London, England.

This was the 3rd out of 4 annual Insurrextion pay-per-views the WWF/WWE held between 2000 and 2003.

It’s also remembered as the very last televised “WWF” event, because the company changed its name from World Wrestling Federation to World Wrestling Entertainment the next day, so the Monday Night RAW episode two days after Insurrextion was already promoted under the WWE banner.

Here are the PPV results:

– WWF Intercontinental Championship: Rob Van Dam defeated Eddie Guerrero (c) by DQ

– Jacqueline & Trish Stratus defeated Jazz & Molly Holly

– X-Pac defeated Bradshaw

– WWF Hardcore Championship: Booker T defeated Steven Richards (c)

– The Hardy Boyz defeated Brock Lesnar & Shawn Stasiak

– WWF European Championship: Spike Dudley (c) defeated William Regal

– Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated Big Show

– Triple H defeated The Undertaker

WATCH: Trish Stratus Got Exposed Twice During Her WWF/E Days:

• Old School WWF Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 88th birthday of Old School WWF Legend Mr. Fuji (Real name: Harry Fujiwara).

With his Tag Partners Toru Tanaka and later Mr. Saito, Mr. Fuji won a total of 5 WWWF/WWF World Tag Team championships.

After Fuji’s active in-ring career came to an end around 1985, he became a successful manager, managing famous Superstars like Don Muraco, Yokozuna, Demolition, The Powers of Pain, The Berzerker, The Orient Express, Killer Khan and Crush.

In 2007, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by his close personal friend “The Magnificent” Don Muraco.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE

May 4, 1934 – August 28, 2016

        
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