Survivor Series (2002) - Event


Other on-screen talent
Role: Name:
Commentator Jim Ross
Jerry "The King" Lawler
Michael Cole
Carlos Cabrera
Hugo Savinovich
Interviewer Jonathan Coachman
Terri Runnels
Ring announcer Howard Finkel
Tony Chimel
Referee Earl Hebner
Jim Korderas
Brian Hebner
Mike Chioda
Charles Robinson
Jack Doan
Nick Patrick
Mike Sparks
Chad Patton

Before the event aired live on pay-per-view, Lance Storm and William Regal defeated The Hurricane and Goldust in a match that aired on Sunday Night HEAT. The first match of the event was an Elimination Tables match as Jeff Hardy, Bubba Ray Dudley and Spike Dudley faced 3-Minute Warning (Rosey, Jamal) and Rico. Spike was eliminated first as Rosey and Jamal performed a Double Flapjack on him. Rosey was next to go, as he was eliminated by Jeff Hardy with a Swanton Bomb. A miscue was picked up on the audio, as Rico was supposed to be knocked off the top rope, by Hardy, and Rico could be heard yelling in frustration "Come on Jeff, Goddammit!" With Hardy laying on the ground, outside of the ring, the remaining 3-Minute Warning member, Jamal, splashed off the top rope, eliminating Hardy from the match. At this point it was down to Jamal and Rico against Bubba Ray. As Bubba Ray fought for his team, he eliminated Jamal after performing a Top-Rope Powerbomb. D-Von Dudley hit the ring, and along with Bubba Ray, they performed the 3D onto Rico for the win.

The next match was for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship, with reigning champion Jamie Noble taking on Billy Kidman. Nidia accompanied Noble to the ring, and interfered with many parts of the match, including slapping Kidman across the face. Noble went after Kidman, but missed, and knocked Nidia off the apron. Kidman managed to hit the Shooting star press for the win. Billy Kidman was named Cruiserweight Champion.

The third match was for the WWE Women's Championship. It was a Hardcore match with reigning champion Trish Stratus taking on Victoria. Victoria choked Trish with a broomstick at the turnbuckle and hit her with a trash can lid. Trish recovered, and sent Victoria into an ironing board before hitting her several times with a Singapore cane. Victoria (with a bloody nose), went under the ring, and came back out with a fire extinguisher. Victoria sprayed Trish with the extinguisher and gave her a suplex, capturing the Women's title.

The fourth match was the encounter of The Big Show and Brock Lesnar for the WWE Championship. Lesnar came into the match with injured ribs, which Big Show took advantage of earlier into the match. However, Lesnar gained control over Big Show, and hit him with an F-5, which was a near pinfall, but the referee would be pulled out of the ring by Paul Heyman, who was managing Lesnar in the match. Show would however grab a steel chair, hit Lesnar in the ribs, and chokeslam Lesnar onto it and pinning Lesnar, winning the match and the WWE Championship.

The final match on the undercard was a Triple threat Tag team match for the WWE Tag Team Championship between the team of Los Guerreros (Eddie and Chavo Guerrero), Edge and Rey Mysterio, and Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit. A back and forth match between the three teams, until Edge attacked Benoit with a Spear, eliminating the team of Angle and Benoit. The final elimination was the team of Edge and Mysterio, when Eddie forced Mysterio to submit to the Lasso from El Paso, thus Los Guerreros winning the match and the WWE Tag Team Championship. After the match, Scott Steiner made his return to WWE, and attacked Christopher Nowinski and Matt Hardy after they had given an insulting promo about New York City and its citizens.

The main event was an Elimination Chamber match for the World Heavyweight Championship between Rob Van Dam, Kane, Triple H, Chris Jericho, Booker T, and Shawn Michaels. The match started off with Triple H facing off against Rob Van Dam, while the remaining four superstars were locked in the four chambers. Superstars entered the match at five minute intervals; the first elimination was made by Booker T after he pinned Rob Van Dam when Van Dam blew his knee after executing his finisher, the "5-Star Frog Splash", on Triple H from the top of one of the chamber pods. However, Booker T would be the next elimination after Jericho pinned him. The third elimination was made by Jericho when he pinned Kane, but Jericho would be the next elimination after Michaels pinned him. The final elimination was made when Michaels nailed Triple H with his superkick, which he calls "Sweet Chin Music", and pinned him, thus winning the match and the World Heavyweight Championship.

Read more about this topic:  Survivor Series (2002)

Other articles related to "event, events, gathering":

2009 World Championships In Athletics - Organisation - Media and Marketing
... A limited edition €10 coin was produced for the event by the German government, which was only the third occasion that they had done so for a sporting event ... The colour scheme of the event, including the official logo, advertising, and the Olympiastadion's track and field, was blue and green ... The committee stated that blue represented reliability while green represented the event's environmental ambitions ...
Satanic Verses - Authenticity of The Event
... The event is considered to be weak, by the standards of Hadith authentication ... This is because of the problems with the chain of narrators of the events ... Kathir, in his famous Quranic exegesis, says the following, with regards to the event ...
2006 Asian Games
... The 15th Asian Games, officially known as the XV Asiad, is Asia's Olympic-style sporting event that was held in Doha, Qatar from December 1 to ... There were 46 disciplines from 39 events scheduled to be contested ... time that all 45 member nations of the Olympic Council of Asia took part in this event ...

Event can refer to many things such as:

  • An observable occurrence, phenomenon or an extraordinary occurrence

A type of gathering:

  • A ceremony, for example, a marriage
  • A competition, for example, a sports competition
  • A convention (meeting), also known as a conference
  • A happening, a performance or situation meant to be considered as art
  • A festival, for example, a musical event
  • A media event, a happening that attracts coverage by mass media
  • A party (including internal business function or staff party)
  • A sporting event
  • A corporate or business function, a profit driven event meant to raise awareness of a company's brand and/or products & services.

In science, technology, and mathematics:

  • Event (computing), a software message indicating that something has happened, such as a keystroke or mouse click
  • Event (synchronization primitive), a type of synchronization mechanism.
  • Event, Particle accelerator, experiments which produce high energy (Electron volt

Famous quotes containing the word event:

    A miracle, my friend, is an event which creates faith. That is the purpose and nature of miracles. They may seem very wonderful to the people who witness them, and very simple to those who perform them. That does not matter: if they confirm or create faith they are true miracles.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)

    We can glut ourselves with how-to-raise children information . . . strive to become more mature and aware but none of this will spare us from the . . . inevitability that some of the time we are going to fail our children. Because there is a big gap between knowing and doing. Because mature, aware people are imperfect too. Or because some current event in our life may so absorb or depress us that when our children need us we cannot come through.
    Judith Viorst (20th century)

    The frequency of personal questions grows in direct proportion to your increasing girth. . . . No one would ask a man such a personally invasive question as “Is your wife having natural childbirth or is she planning to be knocked out?” But someone might ask that of you. No matter how much you wish for privacy, your pregnancy is a public event to which everyone feels invited.
    Jean Marzollo (20th century)