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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.
If you’re after worked shoots, Russo booking, and more Arquette, WCW New Blood Rising 2000 has you covered.
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.