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Backlash results
« on: April 21, 2002, 09:32:25 PM »
Tajiri over Kidman
Hall over Bradshaw
Jazz over Trish
Lesnar over J. Hardy
Kurt Angle over Edge
Eddy Guerrero over RVD
Undertaker over Austin
Billy and Chuck over Maven and Snow
Hogan over HHH
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Re: Backlash results
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2002, 09:59:55 PM »
thanks for the Results homie..
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Re: Backlash results
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2002, 09:28:17 AM »
austin lost?  dayum
hogan won?  yay!

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Re: Backlash results
« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2002, 09:30:19 AM »
Hogan cahmp sound hes the fuckin man
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Re: Backlash results
« Reply #4 on: April 22, 2002, 01:32:05 PM »
damn i missed this ! lol.... i wanted to see this, now even more cuz hogan won
here are detailed results i got in an email:

• Cruiserweight Championship: Billy Kidman vs. Tajiri  (SmackDown!)
- Backlash opened live from Kansas City with Jim Ross and Jerry "The
King" Lawler calling the action above the roaring crowd in the Kemper
Arena! Tajiri got things rolling by attempting to take the Cruiserweight
Championship out of Billy Kidman's hands. Tajiri was accompanied to the
ring by Torrie Wilson, dressed in her customary geisha outfit. The match
got off to a quick start with some high-flying maneuvers. Tajiri took
the early advantage, by stunning Kidman with a kick to the temple.
Kidman mounted a come back by launching a drop kick as Tajiri tried to
hit an elbow after a back handspring off the ropes. Soon after, Tajiri
struck Kidman with a kick to the jaw that produced a two-count. Kidman
regained control and tried for the Shooting Star Press, but Tajiri
rolled to safety and scored another boot to the head. Kidman kicked out
and nearly won the bout with a huge powerbomb, but Tajiri wouldn't be
pinned either.  Moment's later, Kidman hoisted Tajiri to his shoulders,
but Tajiri spewed red mist into the champion's face! Tajiri got the
pinfall and became the new Cruiserweight Champion! After climbing out of
the ring, Michael Cole asked for an interview, but he only got a stream
of angry Japanese from the new champ, who hurried off with Torrie.
- WINNER AND NEW CHAMPION: Tajiri by pinfall

• Backstage: Faarooq and Bradshaw Reunite.
- Faarooq found Bradshaw and the two caught up on things. The reunion
was cut short, though because Scott Hall's entrance music hit and
Bradshaw ran off for his match.

• Scott Hall versus Bradshaw  (RAW)
- Bradshaw arrived at the ring to find himself outnumbered, as Scott
Hall was joined at ringside by X-Pac. But following Bradshaw to the ring
was his old APA partner Faarooq to even the score! Scott Hall took
control early on, thanks to some help from X-Pac. X-Pac punched Bradshaw
in the face when Scott was arguing with the ref. Hall continued to
assail Bradshaw but mounted a momentum. Then, X-Pac tried to distract
Bradshaw, but Faarooq put a stop to that by ramming X-Pac into the steel
ring post! The distraction did the job, though, as Hall rolled up
Bradshaw with the schoolboy and pinned his surprised opponent!
- WINNER: Scott Hall by pinfall

• Backstage Confrontation: Vince McMahon and Ric Flair.
- Backstage, Vince McMahon walked into Ric Flair's office and said he
thinks he's starting to like the RAW owner's style. No matter what an
owner does for his employees, Vince said it would never be enough. He
stated how distrustful of owners employees are and said that Flair was
either a fool or brilliant for putting Austin and Undertaker in a No. 1
contender's match. Vince said he was starting to understand Flair. Flair
said he could never understand him, and said that he would never become
like Vince McMahon.

• Women's Championship: Jazz vs. Trish Stratus
- Trish Stratus came to the ring attempting to retake the Women's
Championship. Trish stood in anticipation in the ring, but instead of
seeing Jazz coming down the entrance ramp, out strolled Molly Holly.
Molly took the microphone and said that the people didn't want to see
the Women's Champion strut around looking trashy. They wanted someone
pure and wholesome, like herself. With that, Molly attacked Trish as
Jazz began walking to the ring.  Trish already had a tough tussle with
Molly by the time her match began, but she put up a great fight. She
wouldn't even be pinned after a stiff powerbomb from Jazz slammed her to
the canvas! Jazz continued to beat Trish around the ring. But Jazz
mistimed a body press and smacked into the turnbuckle. Trish rolled up
the champ but only produced a two count. Soon after, Jazz grabbed Trish
and put her in a Boston Crab. Trish managed to reach the ropes, but Jazz
dragged her back to the center and locked on a crossface. Trish was
unable to slither away and had to tap out! After the match, Marc Loyd
asked Jazz about Molly Holly's interference, but Jazz simply scowled and
strolled up the entrance ramp with her championship in tow.
- WINNER AND STILL CHAMPION: Jazz by submission

• Backstage: Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar.
- Backstage, Paul Heyman tried to psych up Brock Lesnar. He said he
wanted to see how rough he could play and to show the world that the
next big thing is Brock Lesnar.

• Brock Lesnar vs. Jeff Hardy  (RAW)
- Jeff Hardy made his way to the ring with Lita. Brock jumped into the
ring and promptly slugged Jeff Hardy. Jeff retaliated with a strike to
the face and then hit Brock with a crossbody! But Brock regained his
strength and hit Jeff with a belly to back suplex. Brock inflicted tons
of pain on Jeff with his brute strength. Jeff stayed in the game by
taking Brock down with the Whisper in the Wind and following with a
double leg drop onto Brock's midsection. With the monster on the ground,
Jeff hit the Swanton Bomb but Brock threw him off like rag! Frustrated,
Jeff grabbed a steel chair but was disarmed upon reentering the ring.
Brock picked Jeff up and whirled him into a spinning face buster. Brock
continued the annihilation until referee Teddy Long stopped the match
after a crushing powerbomb! Lita could only stare angrily while Heyman
and Lesnar celebrated in the ring before medical personnel attended to
Jeff.
- WINNER: Brock Lesnar by default
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Re: Backlash results
« Reply #5 on: April 22, 2002, 01:32:52 PM »
• Kurt Angle vs. Edge  (SmackDown!)
- Edge and Kurt Angle locked up in the ring next. The Kansas City crowd
chanted "Angle sucks" early one, which angered the Olympic Hero. Edge
took Angle down with a dropkick to the face and a flapjack, then
clotheslined Angle out of the ring! Kurt recovered and pulled Edge
outside the ropes, but was smacked into the ring post and taken back
between the ropes. Soon after, Angle gathered momentum by smacking Edge
to the mat. Angle took control, locking Edge in a sleeper hold. Edge
nearly lapsed into unconsciousness, but kept his bearings and managed to
hit a belly to belly suplex. Edge took over by smashing Kurt face first
into the canvas and getting a two count. Edge mounted the top rope, but
Angle dashed up and suplexed Edge down. Angle fired up several more
suplexes in succession, but Edge wouldn't stay down. He got to his his
feet and returned a suplex that dropped Angle on his head. Two two men
got back up and Edge flipped Angle over the top rope to the outside.
Edge climbed to the top turnbuckle and nailed Angle with a crossbody.
Back in the ring, Edge went to the top rope again and struck Angle with
a dropkick. But still, Angle wouldn't stay down for the pin. Soon after,
Angle blocked a neckbreaker and hit the Angle Slam! Edge kicked out, but
found himself caught in the ankle lock! He screamed in pain, but
reversed and wound up on top of Angle, who kicked out after two. Angle
stormed out of the ring and grabbed a steel chair, but hit the rope when
he swung at Edge and wound up with the steel planted on his own skull.
Edge tried to capitalize with a spear, but met a boot to the face.
Following an Angle Slam, the Olympic Hero pinned Edge for the win.
- WINNER: Kurt Angle by pinfall

• Interview: Chris Jericho.
- Chris Jericho made an unexpected trip to the ring. Y2J entered the
ring and said that 30 days ago he headlined WrestleMania as the first
Undisputed Champion. But there he stood at Backlash without a match. He
said he was nothing more than a common spectator, and that was
unacceptable to him. But the fact is, Y2J said, that he was still better
than anyone in the Federation. Jericho mocked Hulk Hogan and said that
all the Hulkamaniacs would be very disappointed. He promised that Hogan
would not win the title that night. If Jericho couldn't get a match, he
would just leave. His music hit and he began walking up the ramp.

• Backstage Confrontation: Ric Flair and The Undertaker.
- Backstage, Ric Flair donned a ref's uniform and readied for the Austin
vs. Undertaker match. The Dead Man walked in and eyeballed Flair,
leaving after shaking a finger in Flair's face, but not saying a word.

• Intercontinental Championship: Rob Van Dam vs. Eddy Guerrero  (RAW)
- Eddie Guerrero challenged Rob Van Dam for the Intercontinental
Championship next. RVD stared the match with a spinning heel kick that
flattened Eddie. He continued to control the pace of the match with his
unorthodox fighting style. Eddie fought back and tried to suplex RVD,
but RVD landed in a pinfall attempt. Eddie kicked out and the action
continued. Outside the ring, RVD slung Guerrero over the ringside
barrier and launched a guillotine kick from the ring apron. Back
between, the ropes, Guerrero mounted some offense by bending RVD into a
stretching submission maneuver. From there, Eddie continued to impress
by launching onto RVD from the ring apron. A series of suplexes
continued to weaken Van Dam, but not quite enough. Guerrero signaled for
the Frog Splash and climbed the top rope, but was kicked in the head by
RVD! Guerrero then smashed RVD hard to he mat with a sunset flip from
the second rope. RVD struck back with a spinning heel kick to the face
soon after. Guerrero grabbed the IC title from ringside, but RVD kicked
it out of his arms. The ref got in the way and was temporarily disabled,
allowing Guerrero to hit a neckbreaker onto the title. He followed with
a Five Star Frog Splash and became the new champion!
- WINNER AND NEW CHAMPION: Eddy Guerrero by pinfall

• No. 1 Contender's Match: Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker  (RAW)
- Ric Flair strutted down the entrance ramp to signify the No. 1
contender's match between the Undertaker and Stone Cold Steve Austin.
The RAW owner served as the referee for this very important match. The
pro-Austin Kansas City crowd chanted "What?" as Taker and Austin stared
each other down with mere centimeters separating them. Taker used his
size advantage to knock Austin down with a shoulder block early on.
Later, Austin tried to goad Taker into some Indian-style wrestling, but
when Taker reached for his hand, the Rattlesnake flipped him the bird!
Before long, Taker pulled out an old school maneuver by walking on the
rope and launching his weight onto Austin's arm. Austin came back and
clotheslined Taker over the top rope. Outside the ring a short while
after, Austin smashed Taker's head into the announce table several
times. He tossed Taker back into the ring, but the Dead Man booted
Austin in the face. Taker, though, was beaten by Austin outside the ring
once again. But Taker backdropped Austin onto the hard ground to take
over control of the match. While Taker and Austin continued to battle,
the nWo suddenly began walking down the entrance ramp with X-Pac wearing
Kane's mask. The action returned to the ring, where Taker attacked
Austin's left knee. Shortly after regaining his feet, Austin tried for
the Stunner, but Taker blocked. Soon after, Flair tended to Austin while
Taker removed a turnbuckle cover. But the plan backfired as Austin Irish
Whipped Taker into steel turnbuckle. Austin pushed Taker into Flair,
putting the ref down while Taker took a Stunner! The crowd counted to 10
while Austin covered up Taker, but Flair was unable to make the count.
That allowed Taker to chokeslam Austin, but Flair could only count to
two before Austin kicked out of the pin attempt! Taker grabbed a steel
chair, but Flair took it away and Austin hit a low blow on Taker. Austin
scored a spinebuster, but Taker kicked out. Austin went for another
Stunner, but Taker pushed him away and the Rattlesnake collided with
Flair! With the ref down, Taker hit Austin with the steel chair and
covered his opponent. Flair struggled over but only counted to two
before Austin broke the pin attempt. Austin picked up the steel chair
after stomping Taker in the corner, but Taker kicked it into Austin's
face! Taker covered Austin and Flair counted to three, apparently not
seeing Austin's foot on the rope! Undertaker become the No. 1 contender
for the Undisputed Championship! Austin managed to get a little payback
in by giving Taker a Stunner after the match. Backstage, Flair told
Coach he didn't see Austin's foot on the rope. Coach showed Flair the
replay and Flair swore at missing the scene.
- WINNER AND NO. 1 CONTENDER: The Undertaker by pinfall

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Re: Backlash results
« Reply #6 on: April 22, 2002, 01:33:20 PM »
• Tag Team Championship: Billy/Chuck vs. Al Snow/Maven  (SmackDown!)
- Billy, Chuck and Rico arrived at the ring for the tag match against
Tough Enough trainer Al Snow and his protιgι, Maven. The match got
started in a hurry, as Billy and Chuck met stiff clotheslines from their
opponents. But from their, the champs beat up on Maven. Billy and Chuck
maintained control of the match. But a drop toe hold from Al Snow caused
Chuck to fall between his partner's legs. Rico tried to help out, but
his spinning heel kick took down Billy. Maven caught Chuck with a
crossbody but couldn't get the pin. But it wouldn't be enough as Chuck
kicked Maven square on the jaw and Billy covered the young superstar for
the win.
- WINNERS AND STILL CHAMPIONS: Billy and Chuck by pinfall

• Undisputed Heavyweight Championship: Triple H vs. Hulk Hogan
- The evening came down to Hulk Hogan stepping into the ring to attempt
to take the Undisputed Championship away from Triple H. The two
superstars glared each other down and locked up in the ring. The Game
tossed Hogan into the corner and stared down the icon. Moments later,
Hogan returned the favor and flexed his pythons while Triple H regained
his feet. The match worked to a virtual stalemate early on. Hogan took
the edge by flipping The Game over the top rope to the outside. Hogan
delivered a crushing suplex onto the hard ground. Hogan maintained
control from there, until Triple H zeroed in on a weakness to exploit.
The Cerebral Assassin directed his blows to Hogan's left knee, which
wore a knee brace. The Hulkster tried to get some offense going, but
each time Triple H stopped the rally with a shot to the knee. Triple H
applied a leg lock and used the ropes to get some leverage. Hogan
screamed in pain, and after several moments he was able to squirm out of
the hold. Triple H put Hogan in a sleeper hold, but the Hulkster used
all his energy to get out of it and began to get things rolling. He hit
Triple H with a boot to the face and followed with a leg drop! Hogan
covered Triple H, but the ref was busy fending off Chris Jericho, who
ran to ringside with a steel chair! Y2J shoved the ref down then clocked
Hogan in the skull with the chair! Triple H came over and planted a
facebuster on Y2J, forcing him from the ring! Hogan got back up and took
down The Game with a boot once again. But Triple H got up and subdued
Hogan and landed a Pedigree! The ref came over to make the count, but
the Undertaker raced down and clocked the ref! Taker than smashed The
Game with the steel chair! Hogan got to his feet and punched Taker out
of the ring. The Hulkster bounced off the ropes, hit Triple H with the
leg drop and covered him for the win! The Hulkster captured his sixth
World Wrestling Federation Championship! After a short celebration, a
bloody Triple H faced Hogan with a menacing look. Finally, The Game
extended his right hand and congratulated Hogan on the win. The Game
then turned toward the entrance ramp and directed his hatred toward the
locker room. Meanwhile, Hogan celebrated with his new championship as
Backlash drew to a close!
- WINNER AND NEW CHAMPION: Hulk Hogan by pinfall



*-* WWF TITLE HOLDERS *-*

* Undisputed Heavyweight Champion: HULK HOGAN  (SmackDown!)
* Intercontinental Champion: EDDY GUERRERO  (RAW)
* Tag Team Champions: BILLY AND CHUCK  (SmackDown!)
* Hardcore Champion: BUBBA RAY DUDLEY  (RAW)
* European Champion: SPIKE DUDLEY  (RAW)
* Cruiserweight Champion: YOSHIHIRO TAJIRI  (SmackDown!)
* Women's Champion: JAZZ
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Re: Backlash results
« Reply #7 on: April 22, 2002, 01:44:41 PM »
^^ thanks homie..........
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