Hey yo. My review of every episode of Raw and Smackdown that the World Wrestling Federation produced in January of 2000 has been added in our WWF 2000 section. Also included is the 2000 Royal Rumble review.
Here’s the listing of them all along with quick notes on the show. All you have to do is click on the date to read them:
Raw from January 3, 2000 – Triple H beats Big Show to become the WWF Champion.
Smackdown from January 6, 2000 – The Rock vs. Kurt Angle, plus Triple H vs. Rikishi in a very entertaining main event.
Raw from January 10, 2000 – An eight-man tag team main event, plus a big brawl between Triple H and Mick Foley.
Smackdown from January 13, 2000 – A memorable promo brings back Cactus Jack, plus The Rock has to team with Big Show against Triple H and X-Pac in the main event.
Raw from January 17, 2000 – The New Age Outlaws face The Rock and Big Show in the main event, plus a great promo duel from Triple H and Cactus Jack.
Smackdown from January 20, 2000 – It was a unique main event with The Rock vs. Kane vs. Big Show in a Triple Threat Over The Top Rope Lumberjack match.
Royal Rumble 2000 from January 23, 2000 – I think it’s one of the best PPVs ever with Triple H vs. Cactus in a Street Fight for the WWF Title in a five-star match. There was also a very entertaining Royal Rumble, the Dudleys vs. Hardys in a Tables Match and the surprise WWF debut of Tazz.
Raw from January 24, 2000 – The Rock teamed up with Rikishi to face Triple H and Big Show in the main event, plus all the fallout from the Royal Rumble.
Smackdown from January 27, 2000 – After teaming up a few times, The Rock had to face Rikishi in a match. Meanwhile, the Dudleys fascination with putting people through tables continues.
Raw from January 31, 2000 – Four well known WCW wrestlers jump to the WWF thanks to Cactus Jack, which made things difficult for Triple H all night long.
That’s five episodes of Raw, four episodes of Smackdown and the Royal Rumble from 2000. Each show review is around 5,000 words and when you add in the Rumble it’s well over 50,000 words in total. I hope you enjoy reading it.
Keep checking back to TJRWrestling for more current WWE content and at least two WWF in 2000 posts every single week with Raw on Mondays and Smackdown on Thursdays.
Thanks for reading.