Saturday, December 10, 2005

WWE Rebellion 2002

1) Booker T vs. Matt Hardy – 6
2) Billy Kidman & Torrie Wilson vs. John Cena & Dawn Marie - 3
3) Crash Holly vs. Funaki – 3
4) Triple Threat Elimination Match: Rey Mysterio Jr vs. Yoshihiro Tajiri vs. Jamie Noble - 6
5) Val Venis & Chuck Palumbo vs. D-Von Dudley & Ron Simmons - 3
6) Rikishi vs. Albert - 2
7) Chris Benoit & Kurt Angle vs. Chavo & Eddie Guerrero – 6
8) Handicap Match: Brock Lesnar & Paul Heyman vs. Edge – 6

This show was not memorable by any stretch of the imagination but did feature three solid matches and a suprisingly good main event. Booker and Hardy kicked off the show with a solid contest that was really fast-paced. The mixed tag match was nothing but forgettable, mainly because the divas couldn’t wrestle a lick. The cruiserweight title match was a welcome change from the previous debacles and was an ECW-style three way dance. More garbage followed with another worthless tag match and your standard Rikishi ass-in-the-face match. The last two bouts really blew me away with the effort that was put forth with the tag title match gaining honors for the best match of the night. Overall, half the card was good and the other half was miserable. Good matches from Booker T, Mysterio, Los Guerreros, and Edge make this a decent show. Everything else can be thrown in the trash.

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