Welcome to the next installment of Mani's "Years in Review." This time around, we are sticking with the height of the Attitude Era and one of the most profitable years in WWE history: 2000.
At this point in time, WCW was fading away as the WWE product became more violent and brutal than ever before. Ironically, Stone Cold Steve Austin was injured throughout the majority of the year, and it gave rise to new stars like Triple H and Chris Jericho.
The year started off with the Royal Rumble in Madison Square Garden, and it ended with an Armageddon Hell in a Cell match (featured in the photo). The quality of wrestling and promos was as high as it had ever been, and it'll make for a very enjoyable (and definitely debatable) awards list.
If you'd like to check out my first review of the year 2001, here's the link.
Time to get started.