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ECW PPV delivers

By SEAN RITCHIE -- for SLAM! Wrestling
  Case #76: The People versus ECW PPV's.
  The Verdict: After much viewing, research and thought I have concluded that ECW is Guilty of presenting an excellent PPV.
  In the opening match Danny Doring and Roadkill took on the FBI. After a few minutes Axl Rotten and Balls Mahoney came down to make it a three way match, which saw Axl Rotten and Balls Mahoney take the victory.
  Rating: 6/10
  The next match saw Yoshihiro Tajiri defeat Super Crazy with a dragon suplex.
  Rating: 5/10
  The third match of the evening saw Sid Vicious destroy John Kronus.This was Sid's ECW debut.
  Rating: 7/10
  Up next The Dudley Boys beat Spike Dudley and New Jack. After the match the Dudleys left Spike and New Jack laying in the ring. Then the Dudleys challenged Public Enemy to meet them at ECW arena next week.
  The next match on the card featured a match for the ECW television title. This match saw Rob Van Dam retain his title against challenger Lance Storm.
  Justin Credible took on Tommy Dreamer in a Stairway to Hell match. It looked as if Tommy Dreamer was going to win this match but Funk came out and helped Justin grab the victory.
  The final match of the evening featured Shane Douglas putting his ECW heavyweight title on the line against Taz. Taz won the match after Tammy and Chris Candido came out of the crowd and attacked Shane, helping Taz get the victory by submission.
  Final Rating for the PPV: 9/10