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WWE No Way Out was a pay-per-view event produced by WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) in 2003. The event took place on February 23, 2003, at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The pay-per-view featured nine matches, including the main event which saw The Rock take on Hulk Hogan in a highly anticipated match. The other matches on the card saw a variety of wrestlers from WWE’s Raw and SmackDown brands compete against each other.
The first match of the night was a tag team match featuring Rikishi and Scotty 2 Hotty of SmackDown taking on Jamal and Rosey of Raw. This match was a typical tag team match with each team trying to gain the upper hand over their opponents. In the end, Rikishi and Scotty 2 Hotty were able to pick up the win after hitting Rosey with their signature move, the Worm.
The second match of the night was a Cruiserweight Championship match between Jamie Noble and Billy Kidman. Noble had been champion for several months, and this match saw Kidman try to dethrone him. The match featured a lot of back-and-forth action, with both wrestlers using their high-flying moves to try and gain an advantage. In the end, Kidman was able to hit the Shooting Star Press to pick up the win and become the new Cruiserweight Champion.
The third match of the night was a six-man tag team match featuring Team Angle (Kurt Angle, Charlie Haas, and Shelton Benjamin) taking on Chris Benoit, John Cena, and Edge. This match was filled with various maneuvers by the wrestlers, and it was high-energy from start to finish. After a hard-fought battle, Team Angle were able to score a victory over their opponents following an Angle Slam by Kurt Angle.
The fourth match of the night was a Women’s Championship match between Jazz and Trish Stratus. Jazz was the reigning Women’s Champion and had held the title for over a year. Trish Stratus had become one of the most popular female wrestlers in WWE, and the crowd was firmly behind her in this match. Despite Trish’s best efforts, Jazz was able to retain her title after hitting her finisher, the Jazz Stinger.
The fifth match of the night was a match between The Undertaker and The Big Show. This was a classic match between two of WWE’s biggest stars, and both wrestlers gave it their all. The match featured a lot of power moves and strikes, and it went back-and-forth throughout. In the end, The Undertaker was able to hit the Tombstone Piledriver to secure the victory over The Big Show.
The sixth match of the night was a match between Stephanie McMahon and Eric Bischoff. This was a no-holds-barred match, and both McMahon and Bischoff took advantage of this rule. The match saw both wrestlers use various weapons, including chairs and tables, to try and gain the upper hand. In the end, Stephanie was able to hit Bischoff with a Pedigree to secure the win.
The seventh match of the night was a tag team match featuring The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von) taking on Rob Van Dam and Kane. This match was a great display of tag team wrestling, with all four wrestlers using their signature moves to try and gain an advantage. In the end, Rob Van Dam was able to hit the Five-Star Frog Splash on D-Von to secure the victory for his team.
The eighth match of the night was for the WWE Championship, with Kurt Angle defending his title against The Rock. This match was highly anticipated, and both wrestlers delivered a great match for the fans. The match featured a lot of back-and-forth action, with both wrestlers using their signature maneuvers to try and gain the upper hand. In the end, however, Kurt Angle was able to hit the Angle Slam to secure the victory and retain his championship.
The final match of the night was a match between Hulk Hogan and The Rock. This match was an instant classic, and the two wrestlers gave it their all to put on a great show for the fans. The match featured a lot of back-and-forth action, with both wrestlers using their signature moves to try and gain the upper hand. In the end, The Rock was able to secure the victory after hitting Hogan with the Rock Bottom.
Overall, WWE No Way Out was a fantastic pay-per-view event, with great matches from start to finish. With a mix of tag team matches and individual matches, the event catered to all types of wrestling fans and showcased the immense talent in WWE at the time. The event was a huge success and is still remembered fondly by wrestling fans today.