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2.5 out of 5 stars

on 15 May 2000
This was one of my first purchases from the WWF video Cassette range and mainly brought it for it's final battle, the final four battle for the WWF championship title, I also expected some good matches to go along with the video but I was wrong. The al-snow (formaly Leif Cassidy) and Marc Mero battle made my attention span last for 2 seconds, Owen Hart, Britsish Bulldog V Doug Furnas & Philip Lafon is ok but has barly any good points to it and the nation of domination V goldust, Bart Gunn, Flash Funk battle is only entertaining for it's amount of wreastlers and the HHH, Rocky Maivia match is the same as the fist MM, LC battle RUBBISH. But then came the final four which is great, blood, tecnical aspects and the fact that Breat Hart wins. Over all it is OK but only has one good battle (The final Four), but seeing The Rock as a goody too shoes was side splitingly funny
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on 6 December 2000
In Your House 13 was the last WWF PPV not to be shown in the UK. It features a thrilling main event for the then-vacant WWF World championship, as Bret Hart, The Undertaker, Steve Austin and Vader battle it out in a wild elimination bout.
Other than the main event, there is a solid World tag team title match pitting Davey Boy Smith and Owen Hart against Doug Furnas and Phil LaFon, and a guy called Rocky Maivia defends the Intercontinental championship against a Greenwich blue blood, Hunter Hearst Helmsley, in a match, which seems years and years ago.
Also on the card, Marc Mero tangles with Leif Cassidy (Al Snow), and there is a six man tag featuring The Nation of Domination.
Only a two hour show, but that main event is defiantly one for the collection.
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