In this week of the countdown, The Rock became the face of the company with Steve Austin out of action for most of the year.
The year: 2000
Mick Foley retired for the first time following Wrestle Mania while Chris Jericho, Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit began working at the top of the card.
No. of pay per views: 12 (12th annual Royal Rumble, No Way Out, Wrestle Mania 16, Backlash, Judgment Day, 8th annual King of the Ring, Fully Loaded, 13th annual Summer Slam, Unforgiven, No Mercy, 14th annual Survivor Series, Armageddon)
Cities to host PPV’s: 12 (New York City, Hartford, Anaheim, Washington D.C., Louisville, KY, Boston, Dallas, Raleigh, Philadelphia, Albany, NY, Tampa, Birmingham, AL)
Leader in PPV main event appearances: 10 (The Rock)
PPV of the year: Summer Slam
PPV match of the year: WWE Tag Team Champions Edge and Christian vs. Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley vs. Jeff and Matt Hardy in a TLC match (Summer Slam)
No. of WWE Champions: 4 (Big Show, Triple H-twice, The Rock-twice, Kurt Angle)
No. of World Heavyweight Champions: N/A
No. of ECW Champions: N/A
No. of Intercontinental Champions: 8 (Chris Jericho-three, Chyna-twice, Kurt Angle, Chris Benoit-three, Rikishi, Val Venis, Eddie Guerrero, Billy Gunn )
No. of United States Champions: N/A
No. of WWE and World Tag Team Champions: 7 (Road Dogg and Billy Gunn, Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley, Edge and Christian-four, Scotty 2 Hotty and Grandmaster Sexay, Jeff and Matt Hardy, The Godfather and Bull Buchanan, The Undertaker and The Rock).
Below are the earlier parts of the project: