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'''Spring Stampede 2000''' took place on April 16, 2000 from the [[United Center]] in [[Chicago, Illinois]].
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'''Spring Stampede (2000)''' was the fifth and final [[Spring Stampede]] [[pay-per-view]] event produced by [[World Championship Wrestling]] (WCW). The event took place on April 16, 2000 from the [[United Center]] in [[Chicago]].
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The event was notable due the creation of a new WCW after [[Eric Bischoff]] and [[Vince Russo]] rebooted the company by vacating all the championships and refreshed the WCW roster. Many tournaments occurred during the event for the vacated championships. The main event was the tournament final for the vacated [[WCW World Heavyweight Championship]] between [[Diamond Dallas Page]] and [[Jeff Jarrett]]. During the match, Page's wife [[Kimberly Page]] [[Glossary of professional wrestling terms#Turn|turned]] on her husband, allowing Jarrett to win the title.
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The undercard featured tournaments to crown the new [[WCW World Tag Team Championship|World Tag Team]] and [[WWE United States Championship|United States Heavyweight Champions]]. [[Shane Douglas]] and [[Buff Bagwell]] defeated [[Ric Flair]] and [[Lex Luger]] to win the vacated World Tag Team Championship and [[Scott Steiner]] defeated [[Sting (wrestler)|Sting]] to win the vacated United States Heavyweight Championship. [[Chris Candido]] won a [[Professional wrestling match types#Basic non-elimination matches|Six-Way match]] for the vacant [[WCW Cruiserweight Championship|Cruiserweight Championship]] and [[Terry Funk]] defeated [[Norman Smiley]] in a [[Hardcore wrestling|Hardcore match]] for the vacant [[WCW Hardcore Championship|Hardcore Championship]].
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The events of this event would lead to the beginning of an [[Glossary of professional wrestling terms#Angle|angle]], in which the WCW roster was divided into two [[Glossary of professional wrestling terms#Stable|factions]]: [[New Blood]] and [[Millionaire's Club]]. New Blood was the [[Heel (professional wrestling)|villain]] group of young wrestlers and Millionaire's Club was the [[Face (professional wrestling)|heroic]] group of veterans of the industry.
   
 
==Results==
 
==Results==
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*Team Package ([[Ric Flair]] & [[Lex Luger|The Total Package]]) defeated [[The Harris Brothers]] ([[Big Ron]] & [[Heavy D]]) and [[The Mamalukes]] ([[Big Vito]] & [[Johnny The Bull]]) in a [[WCW World Tag Team Championship|WCW World Tag Team Title Tournament Semi Final Triangle Match #1]] (6:16)
 
*Team Package ([[Ric Flair]] & [[Lex Luger|The Total Package]]) defeated [[The Harris Brothers]] ([[Big Ron]] & [[Heavy D]]) and [[The Mamalukes]] ([[Big Vito]] & [[Johnny The Bull]]) in a [[WCW World Tag Team Championship|WCW World Tag Team Title Tournament Semi Final Triangle Match #1]] (6:16)
*[[Mancow]] defeated [[Jimmy Hart]] in a Special Attraction Match (2:46)
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*[[Mancow Muller|Mancow]] defeated [[Jimmy Hart]] in a Special Attraction Match (2:46)
 
*[[Scott Steiner]] defeated [[The Wall]] by DQ in a [[WCW United States Heavyweight Championship|WCW United States Heavyweight Title Tournament Quarter Final Match]] (3:37)
 
*[[Scott Steiner]] defeated [[The Wall]] by DQ in a [[WCW United States Heavyweight Championship|WCW United States Heavyweight Title Tournament Quarter Final Match]] (3:37)
 
*[[Mike Awesome]] defeated [[The Cat]] in a [[WCW United States Heavyweight Championship|WCW United States Heavyweight Title Tournament Quarter Final Match]] (3:20)
 
*[[Mike Awesome]] defeated [[The Cat]] in a [[WCW United States Heavyweight Championship|WCW United States Heavyweight Title Tournament Quarter Final Match]] (3:20)
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*[[Jeff Jarrett]] defeated [[Diamond Dallas Page]] in a [[WCW World Heavyweight Championship|WCW World Heavyweight Title Tournament Final Match]] to win the vacant [[WCW World Heavyweight Championship]] (14:58)
 
*[[Jeff Jarrett]] defeated [[Diamond Dallas Page]] in a [[WCW World Heavyweight Championship|WCW World Heavyweight Title Tournament Final Match]] to win the vacant [[WCW World Heavyweight Championship]] (14:58)
   
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===Tournament brackets===
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====World Heavyweight Championship Tournament====
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{{8TeamBracket-NoSeeds
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| RD1=Quarterfinals
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| RD2=Semifinals
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| RD3=Final
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| RD1-team1 =[[Lex Luger|Total Package]]
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| RD1-team2 ='''[[Diamond Dallas Page]]'''
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| RD1-score1 =5:00
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| RD1-score2 =Pin
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| RD1-team3 = [[Sid Vicious]]
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| RD1-team4 ='''[[Sting]]'''
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| RD1-score3 =5:00
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| RD1-score4 =KO
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| RD1-team5 =BYE
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| RD1-team6 =BYE
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| RD1-score5 =na
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| RD1-score6 =na
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| RD1-team7 =[[Curt Hennig]]
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| RD1-team8 ='''[[Jeff Jarrett]]'''
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| RD1-score7 =8:52
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| RD1-score8 =Pin
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| RD2-team1 ='''[[Diamond Dallas Page]]'''
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| RD2-team2 =[[Sting]]
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| RD2-score1 =9:01
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| RD2-score2 =Pin
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| RD2-team3 ='''[[Jeff Jarrett]]'''
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| RD2-team4 =BYE
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| RD2-score3 =na
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| RD2-score4 =na
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| RD3-team1 =[[Diamond Dallas Page]]
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| RD3-team2 ='''[[Jeff Jarrett]]'''
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| RD3-score1 =15:02
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| RD3-score2 =Pin
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}}
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====World Tag Team Championship Tournament====
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{{4TeamBracket
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|RD1-seed5 = 1
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|RD1-team5 = '''[[Ric Flair]] and [[Lex Luger|Total Package]]'''
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|RD1-score5 = 6:11
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|RD1-seed6 = 4
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|RD1-team6 = [[The Harris Brothers]] & [[The Mamalukes]]
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|RD1-score6 = Pin
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|RD1-seed7 = 3
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|RD1-team7 = [[Harlem Heat#Harlem Heat 2000|Harlem Heat 2000]] ([[Stevie Ray]] and [[Ahmed Johnson|Big T]])
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|RD1-score7 = 2:41
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|RD1-seed8 = 2
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|RD1-team8 = '''[[Shane Douglas]] and [[Buff Bagwell]]'''
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|RD1-score8 = Pin
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|RD2-team3 = Ric Flair and Total Package
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|RD2-score3 = 8:29
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|RD2-team4 = '''Shane Douglas and Buff Bagwell'''
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|RD2-score4 = Pin
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}}
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====United States Heavyweight Championship Tournament====
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{{8TeamBracket-NoSeeds
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| RD1=Quarterfinals
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| RD2=Semifinals
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| RD3=Final
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| RD1-team1 = '''[[Scott Steiner]]'''
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| RD1-team2 =[[Jerry Tuite|The Wall]]
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| RD1-score1 = 3:53
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| RD1-score2 =DQ
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| RD1-team3 = '''[[Mike Awesome]]'''
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| RD1-team4 = [[Ernest Miller|The Cat]]
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| RD1-score3 = 4:00
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| RD1-score4 = Pin
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| RD1-team5 = [[Booker T]]
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| RD1-team6 = '''[[Sting]]'''
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| RD1-score5 =6:34
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| RD1-score6 = Pin
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| RD1-team7 ='''[[Vampiro]]'''
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| RD1-team8 = [[Billy Kidman]]
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| RD1-score7 = 8:28
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| RD1-score8 = Pin
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| RD2-team1 = '''[[Scott Steiner]]
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| RD2-team2 = [[Mike Awesome]]
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| RD2-score1 = 3:14
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| RD2-score2 = Sub
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| RD2-team3 = [[Vampiro]]
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| RD2-team4 = '''[[Sting]]'''
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| RD2-score3 = 5:59
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| RD2-score4 = Sub
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| RD3-team1 = '''[[Scott Steiner]]'''
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| RD3-team2 = [[Sting]]
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| RD3-score1 = 5:33
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| RD3-score2 = Sub
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}}
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
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Revision as of 20:09, January 19, 2017

General

Spring Stampede (2000) was the fifth and final Spring Stampede pay-per-view event produced by World Championship Wrestling (WCW). The event took place on April 16, 2000 from the United Center in Chicago.

The event was notable due the creation of a new WCW after Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo rebooted the company by vacating all the championships and refreshed the WCW roster. Many tournaments occurred during the event for the vacated championships. The main event was the tournament final for the vacated WCW World Heavyweight Championship between Diamond Dallas Page and Jeff Jarrett. During the match, Page's wife Kimberly Page turned on her husband, allowing Jarrett to win the title.

The undercard featured tournaments to crown the new World Tag Team and United States Heavyweight Champions. Shane Douglas and Buff Bagwell defeated Ric Flair and Lex Luger to win the vacated World Tag Team Championship and Scott Steiner defeated Sting to win the vacated United States Heavyweight Championship. Chris Candido won a Six-Way match for the vacant Cruiserweight Championship and Terry Funk defeated Norman Smiley in a Hardcore match for the vacant Hardcore Championship.

The events of this event would lead to the beginning of an angle, in which the WCW roster was divided into two factions: New Blood and Millionaire's Club. New Blood was the villain group of young wrestlers and Millionaire's Club was the heroic group of veterans of the industry.

Results

Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
(c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.

Tournament brackets

World Heavyweight Championship Tournament

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                           
   Total Package 5:00  
 Diamond Dallas Page Pin  
   Diamond Dallas Page 9:01  
   Sting Pin  
 Sid Vicious 5:00
   Sting KO  
     Diamond Dallas Page 15:02
   Jeff Jarrett Pin
   BYE na  
 BYE na  
   Jeff Jarrett na
   BYE na  
 Curt Hennig 8:52
   Jeff Jarrett Pin  


World Tag Team Championship Tournament

Semifinals Finals
                           
  1       
2       
        
        
3     
  4       


United States Heavyweight Championship Tournament

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                           
   Scott Steiner 3:53  
 The Wall DQ  
   Scott Steiner 3:14  
   Mike Awesome Sub  
 Mike Awesome 4:00
   The Cat Pin  
     Scott Steiner 5:33
   Sting Sub
   Booker T 6:34  
 Sting Pin  
   Vampiro 5:59
   Sting Sub  
 Vampiro 8:28
   Billy Kidman Pin  

External links


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