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WWF/E PPV RESULTS (2002)

See also: WWE PPV Statistics 2002

20th January 2002: “WWF Royal Rumble 2002”: Atlanta, GA – 12,915 sellout
($859,690 live gate)
($142,615 merchandise sales)
PPV Broadcast:
  WWF World Tag Champions Tazz and Spike Dudley beat The Dudley Boys; William Regal pinned WWF Intercontinental Champion Edge to win the title; WWF Women’s Champion Trish Stratus overcame Jazz; Ric Flair overturned Vince McMahon in a streetfight; WWF Undisputed World Champion Chris Jericho bested The Rock; Triple H won the 30-man Royal Rumble match.

17th February 2002: “WWF No Way Out 2002”: Milwaukee, WI – 15,235 sellout (13,484 paid)
($966,150 live gate)
($139,591 merchandise sales)
Heat: (02/17):
 WWF European Champion Diamond Dallas Page toppled The Big Bossman.
PPV Broadcast: The Acolytes overturned Scotty 2 Hotty and Albert, Lance Storm and Christian, Matt and Jeff Hardy, The Dudley Boys, and Billy Gunn and Chuck Palumbo in a “tag team turmoil” match; Rob Van Dam rolled over Goldust; WWF World Tag Champions Tazz and Spike Dudley beat Test and Booker T; WWF Intercontinental Champion William Regal downed Edge in a “brass-knuckles-on-a-pole” match; The Rock pinned The Undertaker; Kurt Angle toppled Triple H; WWF World Champion Chris Jericho bested Steve Austin.

17th March 2002: “WWF Wrestlemania X-8”: Toronto, ONT – 68,237 sellout (61,069 paid)
($3,846,033 live gate)
($1,063,131 merchandise sales)
Heat: (03/17):
 Rikishi, Albert, and Scotty 2 Hotty beat Test, Lance Storm, and Curt Hennig.
PPV Broadcast: Rob Van Dam rolled over WWF Intercontinental Champion William Regal to win the title; WWF European Champion Diamond Dallas Page toppled Christian; WWE Hardcore Champion Maven battled Goldust to a no-contest  (Spike Dudley pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Maven to win the title; The Hurricane pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Spike Dudley to win the title; Molly Holly pinned WWF Hardcore Champion The Hurricane to win the title; Christian pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Molly Holly to win the title; Maven pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Christian to win the title); Kurt Angle toppled Kane; The Undertaker bested Ric Flair in a no-DQ match; Edge toppled Booker T; Steve Austin bested Scott Hall; WWF World Tag Champions Billy Gunn and Chuck Palumbo defeated The Hardy Boys, The Dudley Boys, and The Acolytes in a four-way  elimination match; The Rock pinned Hulk Hogan; WWF Women’s Champion Jazz defeated Trish Stratus and Lita in a three-way; Triple H rolled over WWF  Undisputed World Champion Chris Jericho  to win the title.

21st April 2002: “WWF Backlash 2002”: Kansas City, MO – 12,489
Heat: (04/21): The Big Show toppled Justin Credible and Steven Richards in a handicap match.
PPV Broadcast: Tajiri beat WWF Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman to win the title; Scott Hall defeated Bradshaw; WWF Women’s Champion Jazz defeated Trish Stratus; Brock Lesnar downed Jeff Hardy; Kurt Angle toppled Edge; Eddie Guerrero overcame WWF Intercontinental Champion Rob Van Dam to win the title; The Undertaker bested Steve Austin. Ric Flair was guest referee; WWF World Tag Champions Billy Gunn and Chuck Palumbo dropped Al Snow and Maven; Hulk Hogan bested WWF World Champion Triple H to win the title.

19th May 2002: “WWE Judgment Day 2002”: Nashville, TN – 14,500
Heat: (05/19): WWE European Champion William Regal overcame D-Lo Brown.
PPV Broadcast: WWE Intercontinental Champion Eddie Guerrero overcame Rob Van Dam; WWE Women’s Champion Trish Stratus beat Stacy Keibler; Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman bested The Hardy Boys; Steve Austin bested Ric Flair and The Big Show in a handicap match; Edge toppled Kurt Angle in a “hair vs. hair” match; Triple H rolled over Chris Jericho in a “Hell in a Cell” match; Rikishi and Rico overcame WWE Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn and Chuck Palumbo to win the titles; The Undertaker rolled over WWE World Champion Hulk Hogan to win the title.

23rd June 2002: “WWE King of the Ring 2002”: Columbus, OH – 14,200
($897,545 live gate)
Dark match: The Hardy Boys beat Raven and Steven Richards.
PPV Broadcast: WWE Intercontinental Champion Rob Van Dam rolled over Chris Jericho (KOTR 2002 – Semi-Final); Brock Lesnar beat Test (KOTR 2002 – Semi-Final); Jamie Noble beat WWE Cruiserweight Champion The Hurricane to win the title; Ric Flair overturned Eddie Guerrero; Molly Holly downed WWE Women’s Champion Trish Stratus to win the title; Kurt Angle toppled Hulk Hogan; Brock Lesnar beat WWE Intercontinental Champion Rob Van Dam in a non-title match (KOTR 2002 – Final); WWE World Champion The Undertaker bested Triple H.

21st July 2002: “WWE Vengeance 2002”: Detroit, MI – 12,000
Heat: (07/21): Goldust overcame Steven Richards.
PPV Broadcast: Bubba Ray Dudley and Spike Dudley beat Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero in a tables match; WWE Cruiserweight Champion Jamie Noble dropped Billy Kidman; WWE European Champion Jeff Hardy downed William Regal; John Cena bested Chris Jericho; WWE Intercontinental Champion Rob Van Dam rolled over Brock Lesnar by DQ; Booker T overturned The Big Show in a no-DQ match; Christian and Lance Storm defeated WWE World Tag Champions Hulk Hogan and Edge to win the titles; The Rock rolled over WWE World Champion The Undertaker and Kurt Angle in a three-way to win the title.

25th August 2002: “WWE Summerslam 2002”: Uniondale, NY – 14,797 sellout
($893,625 live gate)
Heat: (08/25):
 Spike Dudley beat Steven Richards.
PPV Broadcast: Kurt Angle dropped Rey Mysterio;  Ric Flair overturned Chris Jericho; Edge toppled Eddie Guerrero; WWE World Tag Champions Christian and Lance Storm defeated Booker T and Goldust; Rob Van Dam rolled over WWE Intercontinental Champion Chris Benoit to win the title; The Undertaker bested Test; Shawn Michaels overturned Triple H in a unsanctioned streetfight; Brock Lesnar rolled over WWE World Champion The Rock to win the title.

22nd September 2002: “WWE Unforgiven 2002”: Los Angeles, CA – 16,000 sellout
Heat: (09/22): Rey Mysterio dropped Chavo Guerrero Jr.
PPV Broadcast: Booker T, Kane, Bubba Ray Dudley, and Goldust overcame Test, William Regal, and WWE World Tag Champions Lance Storm and Christian; WWE Intercontinental Champion Chris Jericho bested Ric Flair; Eddie Guerrero overcame Edge; Rosey and Jamal beat Billy Gunn and Chuck Palumbo; World Heavyweight Champion Triple H rolled over Rob Van Dam; Trish Stratus overcame WWE Women’s Champion Molly Holly to win the title; Chris Benoit toppled Kurt Angle; The Undertaker battled WWE World Champion Brock Lesnar to a no-contest.

20th October 2002: “WWE No Mercy 2002”: Little Rock, AR – 9,074
($333,050 live gate)
Heat: (10/20):
 The Hurricane dropped Steven Richards.
PPV Broadcast: WWE World Tag Champions Chris Jericho and Christian downed Booker T and Goldust; Torrie Wilson bested Dawn Marie; Rob Van Dam rolled over Ric Flair; WWE Cruiserweight Champion Jamie Noble beat Tajiri; World Heavyweight Champion Triple H rolled over WWE Intercontinental Champion Kane to unify the titles; Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit toppled Edge and Rey Mysterio (WWE Tag Title Tournament – Final); WWE Women’s Champion Trish Stratus overcame Victoria; WWE World Champion Brock Lesnar rolled over The Undertaker in a “Hell in a Cell” match.

17th November 2002: “WWE Survivor Series 2002”: New York, NY (MSG) – 17,930 (15,500 paid)
($1,250,580 live gate)
Heat: (11/17): 
Lance Storm and William Regal overcame Goldust and The Hurricane.
PPV Broadcast: Jeff Hardy, Bubba Ray Dudley, and Spike Dudley beat Rosey, Jamal, and Rico in an elimination tables match; Billy Kidman bested WWE Cruiserweight Champion Jamie Noble to win the title; Victoria toppled WWE Women’s Champion Trish Stratus in a hardcore match to win the title; The Big Show toppled WWE World Champion Brock Lesnar to win the title; Eddie and Chavo Guerrero Jr overturned WWE Tag Team Champions Edge and Rey Mysterio, and Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit in a three-way elimination match to win the titles; Shawn Michaels overturned World Heavyweight Champion Triple H, Booker T, Rob Van Dam, Chris Jericho, and Kane in an “Elimination Chamber” match.

15th December 2002: “WWE Armageddon 2002”: Fort Lauderdale, FL – 9,000
($500,000 live gate)
Heat:
 (12/15): Jeff Hardy beat D-Lo Brown.
PPV Broadcast: Booker T and Goldust overcame Lance Storm and William Regal, The Dudley Boys, and WWE World Tag Champions Chris Jericho and Christian in a four-way elimination match to win the titles; Edge dropped Albert by DQ; Chris Benoit toppled Eddie Guerrero; Batista pinned Kane; WWE Women’s Champion Victoria toppled Trish Stratus and Jacquelyn in a three-way; Kurt Angle toppled WWE World Champion The Big Show to win the title; Triple H rolled over World Heavyweight Champion Shawn Michaels in a “Three Stages of Hell” encounter to win the title.