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Season 18 Episode 5

Insurrextion 2002

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 04, 2002 on
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Insurrextion 2002
Mr. Perfect defeated Goldust

WWE Intercontinental Championship
Rob Van Dam defeated Eddie Guerrero by disqualification (Eddie Guerrero retains the title)

Trish Stratus & Jacqueline defeated Molly Holly & Jazz

X-Pac pinned Bradshaw

WWE Hardcore Championship
Steven Richards defeated Booker T & Crash Holly to regain the title after losing it first to Booker T, then to Crash Holly, then to Booker T again, when Jaqelyn interfered

The Hardy Boyz(Mattt and Jeff) defeated Brock Lesnar & Shawn Stasiak managed by Paul Heyman

WWE European Championship
European Champion Spike Dudley pinned William Regal

Steve Austin pinned The Big Show(managed by Ric Flair

Triple H pinned The Undertakermoreless

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      • First PPV to carry the WWE brand name

      • Jazz would be sidelined for the remainder of 2002 with a severe injury shortly after this PPV

      • This PPV marks the final PPV apperances of Shawn Stasiak, Scott Hall, Hall would be fired from the WWE after the "Plane Ride from Hell"

      • The Undisputed Title was not on the line because the champion, Hulk Hogan, had to remain in the states, so a RAW VS SMACKDOWN! Main event was subsituted instead, with 'Taker doing one of his very rare jobs, losing to Triple H.

      • It was from returning from this pay-per-view back to the states that the infamous "Plane ride From hell" occured. The flight saw most of the WWE roaster get completly drunk following a raid on the liquor cabinet, Sean "X-Pac" Waltman shaved off Michale Hayes's mullet, Dustin "Goldust" Runnels began singing to his ex-wife Terri, Scott Hall put shaving cream on people's faces, and Curt Henning and Brock Lesner got into a fight which was only stopped by Paul Heymen and Triple H, who was almost killed in the process when he was backed into a door.
        The WWE were so embarrased and infuriated at this conduct, that they terminated Scott Hall and Curt Hennig's contracts.

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