This match was influential in the tag team landscape of the era. This match would lead to the Triangle Ladder Match at Wrestlemania 2000 (or XVI, if you’re anal about such things, as I am), which would lead to TLC I at SummerSlam 2000, which would lead to TLC 2 at X-7, etc. Each time out, the teams would try to outdo the last match. This is the one they all built up from. Two part video alert!
SummerSlam 2000, historically, is one of the better SummerSlams. This match, however, was the highlight of this one. These three teams had the task of going out and trying to top themselves at Wrestlemania X-7, and they would set the template for all future multi-man ladder matches.
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By the way, this feud kind of threatened to shatter the space-time continuum, especially if you stopped to consider who was actually supposed to be who and attempted to make logical sense of it. In a fun way, of course.