The June 1, 2000 Edition of Smackdown is a Professional wrestling television show of the WWF's Smackdown brand, which took place on May 30, 2000 at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington.


Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
(c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
  • Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Too Cool via disqualification at 4:32 when Kane, still in possession of Triple H's world title belt, came to the ring and hit a chokeslam on Jeff.
  • After the bout, Kane did the same to Scotty 2 Hotty.
  • Moments later, Kane grabbed a microphone and said that if Triple H wanted his belt back, he should come out and take it.
  • The champion then came out with WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon, with Triple H asking that Kane do the right thing and walk up the ramp to give him back his title.
  • After Kane said he wanted a title shot, Triple H said that the only way he could become #1 contender would be to beat the champion in a non-title match later in the show.
  • If he was successful, Kane would get a world title match at King of the Ring.
  • Kane agreed and referee Earl Hebner returned the belt to the champion.
  • KOTR Qualifying Match: Kurt Angle defeated Bradshaw with a reversal into the Olympic Slam at 2:46.
  • After the bout, Bradshaw kicked Angle in the head and followed with a powerbomb.
  • WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit defeated D-Lo Brown via submission at 4:16 after reversing an attempt at the Sky High into the Crippler Crossface.
  • Terri Runnels defeated The Kat in an arm-wrestling match after she spat water in her opponent's face as Kat was about to win.
  • Jerry Lawler was the guest MC for the event.
  • After the contest, Kat attacked Terri and gave her the Bronco Buster but Lawler pulled her off and wanted one done to himself instead.
  • Kat declined and left ringside.
  • Mid-way through the bout, DX attempted to leave ringside but was blocked by The Dudley Boyz.
  • After the match, Taker hit a chokeslam on D-Von Dudley.
  • Vince McMahon did guest commentary for the bout.
  • Due to pre-match stipulations, Taker became the #1 contender to the world title and would receive a title shot at the King of the Ring.
  • Chris Jericho defeated Hardcore Holly at 3:05 with the Lionsault after Jericho dropkicked Holly into Chris Benoit on the ring apron, causing Holly to hit his head against the steel chair in Benoit's hands.
  • Benoit came ringside mid-way through the contest.
  • Due to pre-match stipulations, the Rock became the #1 contender to the world title and would receive a title shot at King of the Ring.
  • Had Edge & Christian won, they would have become #1 contenders to the tag team titles.
  • After the bout, Trish shoved Crash into the steel ring post on the floor and Albert followed by hitting a torture rack into a slam back inside the ring.
  • Kane defeated WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon) in a non-title match at 5:16 with the chokeslam as Triple H attempted to hit Kane with a steel chair.
  • Prior to the bout, Kane grabbed a microphone and caused referee Tim White to leave, then said Earl Hebner would be the referee for the bout.
  • After the bout, Kane held the world title belt over his head while the champion was laid out underneath him.
  • Due to pre-match stipulations, Kane became the #1 contender to the world title and would receive a title shot at King of the Ring.
  • This was Hebner's surprise return after being gone a month.

Other Segments

  • Without McMahon being aware of Triple H's agreement with Kane, Vince gave Taker a chance at a title shot at the King of the Ring but he would have to defeated both X-Pac & Road Dogg later in a handicap match.
  • Featured Shane McMahon talking with Edge & Christian upon their arrival to the arena, with Shane saying The Rock had been recently calling him asking to be #1 contender.
  • Shane then told Edge & Christian that if they beat the Rock in a handicap match, they can be #1 contenders for the tag team titles but if Rock wins, he'll be #1 contender for the world title.


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