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WWF: No Mercy 2000 [VHS]

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  • Language: English
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Fvs
  • VHS Release Date: 5 Feb. 2001
  • Run Time: 166 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000056N5K
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 205,370 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Product Description

Please note this product was created before 10 November 2002 when the World Wrestling Federation Entertainmnet Inc. traded as WWF. This product refers to WWF and carries a WWF logo

From the Back Cover

Stone Cold Steve Austin v Rikishi
The Rock v Kurt Angle
Triple H v Chris Beniot
Val Venis and Steven Richards v Chyna and Mr Ass
Chris Jericho v X-Pac
Hardy Boyz v Los Conquistadors The Acolytes and Lita v T&A and Trish
Dudley Boyz v Goodfather and Bull Buchanan v Tazz and Raven v lo Down v Too Cool
William Regal v Naked Mideon

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By A Customer on 13 May 2001
No Mercy was brilliant and had some great matches. To kick things off there was a tag team table elimination tournament between Too Cool,Lo Down,The Dudleyz,Raven+Tazz and The RTC. There is also a good cage match between X-Pac and Y2J. HHH battles Chris Benoit in a very good wrestling match. Stone Cold goes out against Rikishi to seek revenge in a no holds barred contest because Rikishi was the man who ran down Austin. The WWF Title is also on the line as The Rock defends his WWF Championship against Kurt Angle in a no disqualifications affair. Also the Tag Titles and the European Title is on the line.
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As WWF spectaculars go, this one rates among the very best. The Rock/Kurt Angle main event is an outstanding match for both drama and athleticism. Stone Cold Steve Austin returns, after a one year rehab, picking up right where he left off in an 'anything goes' dust-up with his would-be assailant Rikishi, which ends in the parking lot. The Triple H/Chris Benoit match provides the expected technical showpiece, but the two show stealers are the Chris Jericho/X-Pac steel cage match (Shaun Wardman's last in the WWF) and Edge & Christian posing as masked lucha libras 'Los Conquistadors', providing great amusement in the pre-match interview, aswell as a highly entertaining tag team title match against the ultra-extreme Hardy Boyz. No Mercy was undoubtedly one of 2000's highlights for all WWF followers.
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Simply put this was an awesome event. I watched this live and it was awesome. The tag team table invitational was wild, the cage match was incredible which has that piece of footage in the "Don't Try This At Home" advert, where X-Pace is bungled over the top rope. The Triple H/Benoit match was an awesome technical contest between two of the greatest. The Regal/Mideon match was hilarious and the look on Regal's face is priceless. Rikishi vs. Austin was brilliant. From the beginning the match was wild and unpredictable. I don't want to spoil the ending of it but it was a classic Austin story. Angle vs. Rock was great and ended Kurt Angle's infamous first year push. It was a brilliant card from start to the nationality of a person from Finland.
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Stone Cold Steve Austin returns to the ring to fight the man who ran him over nearly a year ago. Will the WWF ever be the same again?
Dudley Boyz Invitational Tag Team Table Match
Dudley Boyz vs Too Cool (Scotty Too Hotty and Grandmaster Sexay) vs Lo Down (D'Lo Brown and Chaz) vs Tazz and Raven vs Right to Censor (The Goodfather and Bull Buchanan) 6/10
A great match to start of a great PPV, this has a decent ending as well.
The Acolytes and Lita vs Test, Albert and Trish Stratus 0/10
I'm giving this match a 0/10 is because it never happened, if it did happen then it might have been a good match.
Steel Cage Match
Chris Jericho vs X-Pac 7/10
This match was way better than their match at Unforgiven last month but it had been given a greater hype it could have been better but it is still a great match.
Right to Censor (Steven Richards and Val Venis) vs Chyna and Billy Gunn 3/10
I didn't like this match because I was getting sick of seeing Right to Censor and there was no hype or nothing it felt like a card filler.
No Holds Barred Match
Steve Austin vs Rikishi 9/10
Even though this is a short match it is a great one that was off the rail and very unpredictable.
European Title Match
William Regal vs Naked Mideon 5/10
This was hilarious it had some funny moments but that is all it served.
Tag Team Title Match
The Hardy Boyz vs Los Conquistadores 6/10
Another funny match but could have been a great high flyer of a match.
Triple H vs Chris Benoit 8/10
Some excellent work by both men and one of the best matches of the night.
World Title Match
The Rock vs Kurt Angle 10/10
Match of the night, Angle was great and this was the start of his great career ahead of him, truly awesome.
One of the best PPV of the year if you are a WWF/E fan then get this now.
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WWF No Mercy 2001 Match Ratings

1. Too Cool, D Lo Brown & Chaz, Tazz & Raven, Dudley Boyz, Goodfather & Bull Buchanan (Gauntlet Tag Team Tables Match) 4/5

2. Chris Jericho vs X Pac (Steel Cage Match) 3/5

3. Val Venis & Steven Richards vs Chyna & Billy Gunn (Mixed Tag Team Match) 3/5

4. Stone Cold Steve Austin vs Rikishi (No Holds Barred Match) 4/5

5. William Regal vs Mideon (WWF European Title) 2/5

6. Hardy Boyz vs Los Conquistadors (WWF World Tag Team Titles) 3/5

7. Chris Benoit vs Triple H 5/5

8. Kurt Angle with Stephanie McMahon vs The Rock (WWF Title) 5/5

Match Favourite: Chris Benoit vs Triple H
Worst Match: William Regal vs Mideon (WWF European Title)

WWF No Mercy 2000 was an amazing pay-per-view and loved every minute of it and especially a pay-per-view from the good ole World Wrestling Federation. Loved the match between Triple H and Chris Benoit where Triple H yet again performed at his ultimate best, Austin got his revenge on Rikishi by beating the living daylights out of him and Kurt Angle gets the chance to become the new World Wrestling Federation Champion.
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