WWE Non-Televised Live Event |
Smackdown! Crew - September 15, 2002 - Billings, Montana
- MATCH: Kidman def Tajiri with a shooting star press..
- SIX MAN ELIMINATION: Moore/Batista/Henry def DVon/Albert/Buchanan..
- IN THE RING: Howard Finkle, Funaki, Torrie Wilson & Nidia..
- Finkel introduces Funaki as # 1 Smackdown announcer..
- Funaki introduces Torrie Wilson to a big pop..
- A cat fight begins with Nidia and Torrie..
- Torrie pulls Nidia's pants down!!
- TAG MATCH: Chavo and Eddy Guerrero def John Cena & Val Venis..
- SMACKDOWN WORLD TITLE MATCH: Brock Lesnar (without heyman) def Edge..
- MATCH: Hurricane def Matt Hardy..
- CRUISERWEIGHT TITLE: Jamie Noble w/Nidia vs. Rey Mysterio..
- Nidia interferes with pulling of the legs..
- Torrie Wilson runs in to take care of Nidia..
- Noble dodges the West Coast Pump and rolls Rey up for the win!
- Nidia gets bronco bustered by Wilson, and then Noble wants one!!!
- Noble ends up getting bronco bustered by Mysterio..
- Noble/Nidia leave and Rey wants a bronco buster from Wilson..
- Wilson doesn't follow through and they leave together..
- TAG MATCH: Billy & Chuck def Hardcore Holly & Randy Orton..
- Hardcore says "I don't care what you two said on Thursday, you're still queers." (pop for redneck crowd)
- Billy and Chuck fuel the crowd with lewd gesters and gay movements..
- Billy pulls down shorts to reveal thong, and received jeers in return.
- Chuck wins with roll up of Orton.
- MAIN EVENT: Kurt Angle defeats Rikishi (Kiss My Ass Match)..
- Angle gets the win using the ropes..
- Angle tells Rikishi to kiss his ass..
- Rikishi refuses..
- Billy Gunn runs out..
- Kurt pulls down his pants as Gunn tries to force Rikishi to kiss his ass..
- Rikishi kicks Gunn in groin and sets both up for a double stinkface.
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