WWE Rebellion 1999 (1999)

Director
Kevin Dunn

Main cast
Paul Michael Lévesque; Dwayne Johnson; David Smith; Adam Copeland; William Jason Reso

Genres
Action, Drama

Description
Rebellion (1999) took place on October 2, 1999 at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham, England. The main event was a Steel Cage match for the WWF Championship between Triple H and The Rock. Undercard matches featured The British Bulldog vs. X-Pac, Kane vs. Big Show in a No DQ match, Jericho vs. Road Dogg, Edge & Christian vs. The Acolytes vs. Hardcore & Crash Holly in a Triangle match, Chyna vs. Jeff Jarrett, a 4-Corners match for the Women's Championship, The Godfather vs. Gangrel, Val Venis vs. Mark Henry, and Jeff Jarrett vs. D'Lo Brown for the Intercontinental Championship (after a cointoss to determine which belt would be on the line).


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