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New champs and chumps

By PERRY LEFKO -- Toronto Sun

  Rob Van Dam vs. William Regal

 Van Dam becomes new Intercontinental champion with a pinfall. Highlight of match is Regal fumbling around his private parts trying to take brass knuckles out of his trunks.

 DDP vs. Christian

 Diamond Dallas Page retains European title after using Diamond Cutter to get the pinfall.

 Goldust vs. Maven

 Surprise match added to the card. Spike Dudley emerges from nowhere and applies pin on Maven to get the Hardcore title. But it's 24-7 rules and the match moves to the backstage area and Crash Holly goes after Spike. And then Al Snow tries to run over Spike with a golf cart but misses and crashes into a bunch of boxes. Hurricane comes flying out of nowhere and pins Spike to claim the title. Molly Holly later pins Hurricane to take title. Christian knocks out Molly to take the title away. Maven then beats Christian to re-claim title.

 Kane vs. Kurt Angle

 Angle uses his ankle lock move -- and a leg on the ropes for support -- to pin the Big Red Machine.

 Ric Flair vs. Undertaker

 Undertaker maintains perfect streak at WrestleMania by winning his 10th consecutive match. 'Taker physically abuses referee Charles Robinson and deals a punishing blow to Arn Anderson for his interference. But Flair sells every move and bleeds all over his blond hair. Second-best match of the night.

 Edge vs. Booker T

 Toronto's Edge humbles Booker T before finishing him off with a DDT.

 Scott Hall vs. Steve Austin

 Austin gives and gets the Stone Cold Stunner against Hall and his buddy Kevin Nash. But Austin uses his signature move on Hall to win and savours the victory with several beers.

 Billy & Chuck vs. APA vs. Hardy Boys

 vs. Dudley Boys:

 Billy & Chuck retain tag team titles when Chuck pins Jeff Hardy. A match definitely not for the ages.

 Rock vs. Hogan

 Hogan does everything in a heel's arsenal, kicking Rock in the private parts and strapping him with his belt, but the crowd cheers. Rock, who is booed at times by the fans, takes the strap and whacks Hogan seven times and gives him the Rock Bottom. Hogan recovers and boots Rock in the face and then does his signature leg drop, but Rock gets up after a two count. Rock recovers, gives Hogan the Rock Bottom and goes for the People's Elbow, but surprisingly misses -- possibly because Hogan is nursing a broken rib. However, he gets the three-count to win. The crowd boos, but Hogan shows his class by offering his hand and Rock accepts it. Hogan leaves holding his rib.

 Jazz vs. Lita vs. Trish Stratus

 Trish and Lita show their athleticism and their bodies, but Jazz prevails in the end to maintain her belt by pinning Lita.

  Triple H vs. Chris Jericho

 Triple H -- The Game -- shows his heart, wrestling with his injured left quadriceps heavily taped up, and becomes the new undisputed heavyweight champion.


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