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WWE Heat 11/17/2002

World Wrestling Entertainment presents Heat
From: New York, NY

1.) Lance Storm & William Regal defeated Goldust & The Hurricane

Angle Developments/Notes:
1.) Coach and Lita host the show this week as they promote the Elimination Chamber and the Survivor Series pay-per-view. Eric Bischoff has banned showing the chamber on Heat.

2.) A video package promoting Scott Steiner is shown. Steiner believes he’s the best and likes proving himself. They show a lot of clips from WCW. Steiner denies he’s a loose cannon because he knows what he’s doing. This aired on Confidential before.

3.) Hurricane and Storm kickoff the match with Hurricane arm dragging Storm. Storm kicks Hurricane, but is met with a clothesline and neckbreaker for a two count. Hurricane hammers away on Storm until Regal drops Hurricane over the top and Storm hits a heel kick for a two count. Regal enters the match and tosses Hurricane with a suplex for a near fall. Regal forearms Hurricane in the corner until Storm tags in managing a two count. Storm tries for a suple, but Hurricane counters. Regal tags in and decks Hurricane with a forearm. Regal knee strikes Hurricane a few times for a two count. Storm returns to the match and clotheslines Hurricane in the corner. Hurricane fights back with a blockbuster and tags in Goldust. Goldust cleans house with strikes and a backdrop to Storm. Goldust atomic drops Regal and powerslams Storm for a near fall. All four men are in the ring at this point. Goldust nails Regal with a butt strike and Hurricane chokeslams Storm. Goldust tries for a reverse DDT, but Regal decks Goldust from behind allowing Storm to get a rollup for the win. After the match, Tommy Dreamer hits Regal and Storm with a kendo stick shot. (*1/2. A decent little match on the pre-show for the PPV. I like the duo of Goldust and Hurricane, but it’s far too early to ditch Goldust and Booker T as a team. However, a pivot to Goldust and Hurricane at some point would be cool.)

Final Thoughts:
There wasn’t much on the show regarding promos, which was a little surprising. I liked that they hid the Elimination Chamber from being shown on free TV. Despite there not being much to the show, the PPV is strong and interest is there for it.

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34-year-old currently living in Syracuse, New York. Long-time fan of the New York Mets, Chicago Bulls, and Minnesota Vikings. An avid fan of professional wrestling and write reviews/articles on the product. Usually focusing on old-school wrestling.

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