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WWE King Of The Ring 2002 would be the tenth and final KOTR event to be held on PPV, and it's a bit of a "meh" climax for the series.
WWF Royal Rumble 2002 was very good. Flair vs. Vince is fun, Jericho vs. Rock is outstanding, and the Rumble match itself is memorable.
For any Jerichoholics, WWF Vengeance 2001 is a vital show to watch, and for most other fans, there are still some good matches to be found.
WWF No Mercy 2001 is a forgotten gem of a show, with a great double main event and a very good Ladder match further down the card.
WWF SummerSlam 2001 is quite entertaining, though a notch below both the preceding 2000 and subsequent 2002 cards.
Under different circumstances and with more genuine star power, WWF Invasion 2001 would be remembered as an all-time legendary show.
WWF King Of The Ring 2001 is noteworthy from a historical standpoint, but it is less than enthralling to watch from a quality standpoint.
If you watch only one show to get yourself in the mood for WrestleMania, make it WWF WrestleMania X-Seven, the best WrestleMania of them all.
WWF Royal Rumble 2001 is one of the best Rumble PPV events of all time, fittingly in part due to a truly awesome 30-man Royal Rumble match.
While WWF Armageddon 2000 is remembered solely for one match, that one match ended up being a truly classic brawl.
WWF Rebellion 2000 served its purpose, but did little else. Still, the main event is worth a look, and the show as a whole has real energy.
WWF Survivor Series 2000 certainly had its moments, with the twin Kurt Angles and the mad stunt involving Triple H standing out in the mind.
WWF No Mercy 2000 was saved by the last two matches. Triple H vs. Chris Benoit is really good, and The Rock vs. Kurt Angle is must-see.
WWF Unforgiven 2000 is a very enjoyable show, but the bar was so high that this felt secondary in quality compared to other cards in 2000.
On the whole, WWF SummerSlam 2000 was a fantastic event, in particular for Shane McMahon's fall, the TLC bout and the three-way main event.
So, yeah, WWF Fully Loaded 2000 was awesome! The triple main event was a huge success, and there are some under-card gems as well.
WWF King Of The Ring 2000 had one of the more unusual WWF Championship matches, since the belt would be defended in a six-man tag team match.
WWF Judgment Day 2000 was a terrific PPV event, not least for the Iron Man main event that featured The Undertaker's dramatic return.
Although there is very little that is actually worth seeing, WWF InsurreXtion 2000 is still an entertaining show to relive on the whole.
WWF Backlash 2000 was one hell of an event and a great example of why people fondly reminisce about the Attitude Era all these years later.
WWF WrestleMania 2000 is one of the strangest WM cards to summarise due to a strange line-up and some disappointing matches.
WWF No Way Out 2000 was another superb PPV event, following the outstanding Royal Rumble.
WWF Royal Rumble 2000 was and remains an awesome card to watch between the Street Fight, the Tables match and the WWF debut of Tazz.
WWF No Mercy 1999 isn’t quite a one-match show, but the best bout on the show overshadows everything else by a wide margin.
WWF SummerSlam 1999 is your typical B-level Attitude Era PPV, but the big problem with this is that this was an A-level show.
WWF Fully Loaded 1999 occurred when the WWF was at its peak of popularity. And it's an intriguing card to see from a historic standpoint.
Overall, WWF King Of The Ring 1999 was a lot of fun to relive between the wild main event and a decent WWF Title match between two legends.
WWF No Mercy (UK) 1999 is nowhere near being a must-see show, unless you're a fan of Tiger Ali Singh, Nicole Bass or Mideon, I guess.
WWF Royal Rumble 1999 is memorable, but do we remember the I Quit match and the Rumble bout for good or bad reasons? Both, I would say.
WWF SummerSlam 1998 still stands out as one of the most fondly-remembered and thoroughly entertaining PPV events of the Attitude Era.
If you enjoy the charisma and craziness of the Attitude Era, then WWF Fully Loaded 1998 is a very entertaining show.
You simply must watch WWF King Of The Ring 1998 to experience one of the most unforgettable matches in wrestling history.
The first half of WWF Royal Rumble 1998 ranges from acceptable to frustrating, but the second half is well worth watching.
I strongly recommend that you watch WWF SummerSlam 1997, and in particular the Mankind-Hunter, Owen-Austin and Undertaker-Bret matches.
It's worth checking out the whole WWF Canadian Stampede card, because it really is worthy of its status as an all-time great PPV show.
It's hardly a great event, but there is definitely a fair amount of entertainment to be had from rewatching WWF King Of The Ring 1997.
WWF In Your House 15: A Cold Day In Hell is a very entertaining show. In particular, the final two matches are well worth watching.
If you loved the Attitude Era, or if you're keen to get an insight into how popular the big names of the era were, and if you're interested in watching some rare gems, then you'll get a kick out of this third Attitude Era compilation.
WWE The Attitude Era Vol. 3 Unreleased is coming soon to both DVD and Blu-ray formats for Attitude Era fans to enjoy.