Kevin Kelley is waiting for an interview with The Rock. But first, this commercial.
After the commercial, we get a long, long montage that basically boils down to "Wrestlemania tickets go on sale soon."
Angle is walking out when Debra catches up to him. Debra informs Angle that she and Mick Foley have thought up a great match for him on Sunday Night Heat, but she won't tell him who his opponent will be. How hard are they trying to get people to watch that show?
Kevin Kelley interviews The Rock. I'm sure you will all be surprised to learn that The Rock is very angry with both Triple H and Rikishi. In fact, The Rock is planning to take Rikishi out tonight. Also, Stone Cold Steve Austin is walking around backstage. Did you hear me, people? He's walking around! The excitement is palpable.
Well, it's time for the huge tag team match. Unfortunately, since there are only a few minutes left on the show, I doubt that the match will actually happen. Triple H makes his way down to the ring, which takes approximately forty-seven minutes. I think we should make a new rule that the wrestlers only get one entrance with music per show. This makes number two for Triple H. Rikishi also gets his second big entrance of the evening, but this time he's wearing his face mask/nose guard/"Who is Darkman" thing on his head. The Rock's music hits, but he runs down to the ring. See, that's what I'm talking about. Stone Cold's music hits, and he also sprints down. The Rock punches Rikishi while Stone Cold punches Triple H. Suddenly, the Radicalz run out and interfere. The Radicalz? You heard me. The match is over before it started. Rikishi and Triple H escape from the ring and walk back up the ramp. The Rock and Stone Cold lay into the Radicalz while Triple H and Rikishi watch from the top of the ramp. Why were the Radicalz out there? Did Triple H have something to do with it? Is Perry Saturn the scariest looking man on earth? Some of these questions will probably be answered by next week. See you then.