on 13 June 2004
6 Person Tag Team Match
The Hardy Boyz and Lita vs Test, Albert and Trish Stratus 7/10
This was a great opener to a great PPV the women were on top form but the ending was a bit rubbish I thought.
Tazz vs Al Snow 3/10
An average slow match, nothing really that interesting.
European Title Match
Perry Saturn vs Eddie Guerrero 5/10
A decent match with some good moves by both men.
Tag Team Title Match
The Acolytes vs Edge and Christian 4/10
Started off ok but then dragged, very slow match.
Intercontinental Title Steel Cage Match 7/10
Rikishi vs Val Venis
A great match with a great jump of the top of the cage by Rikishi who I remind you that is quite a large guy.
The Undertaker vs Kurt Angle 6/10
I thought this match was going to be great but it let me down in some places, but it did have The Undertaker and even though Kurt was not at his best he will have better matches in the future.
Last Man Standing Match
Triple H vs Chris Jericho 9/10
Truly awesome one of Jericho’s best matches yet, brilliant match.
World Title Match
The Rock vs Chris Benoit 8/10
An excellent performance by both men especially by Chris Benoit and even though there is a winner the man who won the match may not walk out of Fully Loaded World Champion.
With the Last Man Standing Match the match of the night, Fully Loaded was a great PPV.
on 31 October 2000
This is a very good video. It has matches like The Rock vs. Chris Benoit for the WWF Title, Chris Jericho vs. HHH in a last man standing match, Kurt Angle vs. The Undertaker, and many others. This tape only has 8 matches but they are all good matches. Here's the rest of the matches: Val Venis vs. Rikishi - I.C. Title Cage Match (Rikishi's Jump off the cage), The Acolytes vs. Edge & Christian - Tag Titles, Saturn vs. Eddie - European Title, Al Snow vs. Tazz, and The Hardy Boyz & Lita vs. Test, Albert, & Trish Stratus I recomend this video to any WWF fan.
on 5 December 2000
Fully Loaded is a solid PPV featuring a match of the year candidate in which Triple H and Chris Jericho battle it out in a Last Man Standing match. That match is awesome, and together with The Rock and Chris Benoit's good main event, the fine six person opener and Rikishi's splash off the top of the cage, all that makes this a decent event.