The 2003 edition of Armageddon also featured the first-ever "Battle of the Sexes" as Trish Stratus and Lita teamed to meet Chris Jericho and Christian.
In the weeks leading to the show, Jericho and Christian had entered into a $1 (Canadian) bet over who could bed their targeted Diva first. The private bet became public, emotionally crushing both Trish and Lita and setting in motion a match unlike any before or since.
The match was a thing of storytelling genius. Christian had not an ounce of care for Lita or Trish and expressed that throughout the bout, proving himself to be the unquestioned heel of the match.
Jericho, on the other hand, had legitimately grown close to Trish and wanted nothing to do with the match. His reluctance built a sympathy that, quite frankly, was not put over enough by the commentating team.
At the end of the evening, Jericho and Christian were victorious, but the bout had merely laid the groundwork for a story that would include twists and turns all the way up to WrestleMania XX.
Christian would turn on Jericho and assault Trish prior to the extravaganza, making the showdown between Y2J and Captain Charisma the most emotionally charged match on the entire undercard.
At WrestleMania, Trish would turn on Jericho and side with Christian, completing a heel turn that would result in her becoming one of the most interesting characters on WWE television for the next year.
The match at Armageddon was a completely fresh and interesting idea that had not been done before. It proved to be one of the more entertaining contests on a show that failed to impress in other areas.
Apparently the match is not available on YouTube. Please enjoy the Trish Stratus vs. Lita match for the Women's title on Raw in 2004 in its place. Sorry.