WWE PPV Flashbacks: No Mercy – 10/21/01 – Y2J Wins the Big One

December 21, 2020 0 By PENTICTONLAWYERS

No Mercy
October 21, 2001
Savvis Center, St Louis, MO

As October dawned, the once promising Invasion storyline was starting to lose momentum. A whole heap of roster defections made it difficult to take the idea of the superstars fighting for their company seriously by this point, as we will see a few more in this review. We do have a few fresh storylines at the top of the card though. The insanely popular Rob Van Dam gets his track at the big time tonight, as he joins new WWF Champion, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and former champ, Kurt Angle in war over the title in a triple threat match. Meanwhile we have two WWF guys going at it for the WCW Championship, as the Rock defends his gold against Chris Jericho. As always, please send your feedback to me on Twitter at @Mpmcc91/a> and spread the word about these reviews.

Our opening video package is all about the WWF Championship main event, particularly focusing on the wild card of Rob Van Dam. After our opening pyro, the usual announce team of Jim Ross & Paul Heyman get the show on the road.

WCW Tag Team Championship:
Hardy Boyz (c) w/Lita vs Lance Storm & The Hurricane w/Ivory & Mighty Molly
For the second PPV in a row, these two teams are in a match to kick off the show. Of course, the last time we were on PPV, the Undertaker & Kane were the WCW Tag Team Champions, defeating Kronik in that god awful match to retain their titles. Well in quite an upset, the Brothers of Destruction would lose the titles to the Alliance duo of Booker T & Test later that week on Smackdown. Their reign would be short lived however, as a few weeks later on Raw, the Hardy Boyz would defeat Booker & Test to become the new WCW Tag Team Champions. Their opponents tonight are the unique duo of Lance Storm & The Hurricane, the latter of which is still the WWF European Champion. Speaking of the Hurricane, he has gained a new sidekick at ringside, as he finally persuaded Molly Holly to leave Spike and join his fight against crime. Its been a while since we’ve seen Ivory, but she defected to the Alliance early on in the Invasion, and has begun managing Lance Storm in recent weeks. Anyway, we start out with Jeff and Hurricane going at it. They go back and forth with some fast paced action, and Matt and Storm are both tagged in soon enough. The Alliance team takes control of the match as they double team Matt. The older Hardy brother fights back and delivers a double clothesline to the challengers, and brings Jeff back in. The momentum shift doesn’t last long however, as Ivory trips Jeff up, allowing Storm to go back on offence. Matt makes the save, but Molly hands Hurricane his trusty cape, and the superhero flies off the top onto the champs. From there, the challengers are back in control as they dominate Jeff. He hits the Whisper in the Wind though and gets a hot tag to his brother once more. The Hardy Boyz clean house, delivering Poetry in Motion, which Matt follows with his legdrop, but the whole match breaks down from there. The challengers hit a double superkick, whilst the women go at it on the floor. Storm ends up catching Jeff in a Sharpshooter, but Lita comes in to break it with a hurricanrana from the top! We get a Twist of Fate, followed by Jeff delivering the Swanton to Hurricane. Matt covers and the Hardy Boyz retain their titles at 7:42. A fun little match to lock off the show, with the fans behind Team Extreme as usual.
Grade: **1/2

We now go backstage where Rob Van Dam is greeted by the new commissioner of the Alliance…William Regal. Yeah, remember what I said about those defections? Here’s a guy that was basically leading the WWF authority with Vince off camera! Anyway, more on that later. Regal wants RVD to apologise for delivering a frog splash to Stone Cold. RVD refuses, but says he’s not working with Vince either.

Elsewhere, Michael Cole attempts to get a word with the arriving Vince McMahon. He had recently returned to camera after being off pretty much since Invasion. He promises a big impact will be made tonight.

Kane vs Test
Here we have the first of two matches between the Brothers of Destruction and the team that beat them for the WCW Tag Team Championship before losing them to the Hardy Boyz. A week after winning the titles, Test would cost Kane a singles match with Booker T on Smackdown, with the duo delivering a beatdown on the Big Red Machine afterwards before being run off by the Undertaker. After losing the tag titles thanks to some Undertaker interference, Test would respond a week later on Smackdown by costing Kane a European Championship match against the Hurricane. Test would challenge Kane to a match at the PPV, which brings us to where we are now. Kane takes control of this one in the early going using his power based offence. He sends Test to the outside, but out there the Alliance member uses the ring bell to whack Kane and take control. Nick Patrick is officiating, so no DQ was called. Test brings Kane back into the ring and goes on offence, grounding his opponent with a sidewalk slam. He follows up with an elbow drop from the top, but misses, which allows Kane the chance to recover. The two monsters now slug it out to the floor again, with Test sending Kane into the ring post. Kane recovers from a subsequent big boot however, and gets Test back in the ring, where he delivers a chokeslam. Test manages to kick out though, so the match continues. Kane fights back despite everything Test throws at him from here, which causes Test to go for a chair. Kane dropkicks it back into his face though. Kane now grabs the chair, but Nick Patrick gets in the way. The distraction allows Test to hit a low blow and he follows up with a Big Boot for the win at 10:09. This was quite an upset and a big win for Test, who it seemed the company were getting behind big time. The match was actually a decent power match which was better than what I was expecting here. After the match, Kane takes out his frustration on Nick Patrick by way of a chokeslam and powerbomb.
Grade: **

In the back, Jonathan Coachman wants to get a word with Stone Cold. He knocks on his locker room door but Debra answers. We get a funny segment where Austin yells out what he thinks of Coach’s questions from inside the locker room, while Debra gives a more censored translation.

Elsewhere, Stacy Keibler finds Matt Hardy and asks him what he thinks of her lingerie before leaving. Lita walks in but Matt is preoccupied. This was just more of Stacy being portrayed as a trouble maker due to her flirtatious ways.

Lingerie Match:
Torrie Wilson vs Stacy Keibler
Two former friends collide here as Torrie Wilson has defected to the WWF. It was a good move – she’s not the kind of woman you want to boo. This all started on Raw, when Stacy questioned Torrie’s allegiance due to her relationship with Tajiri. Torrie told Stacy to stay out of her personal business, but the two would get into a fight at ringside later that night during a match between Tazz and Tajiri. This led to a mixed tag match the following week, where Tazz & Stacy defeated Tajiri & Torrie. Torrie would defeat Stacy in a bikini contest the following week, but was attacked by Stacy afterwards. Here, the new WWF Diva is out for revenge in a lingerie match, and of course, both women look gorgeous. Of course, thats all there is to say though, as this is your usual T&A fest. Torrie fights back after being dominated by Stacy to start. She yanks the long legged Alliance diva off the top and delivers a handspring elbow for the win at 3:08. There was nothing offensive here – it was kept short and was fine for what it was meant to be.
Grade: *

Backstage, Michael Cole is with Kurt Angle, who seems a little upset that Vince is focusing on recruiting RVD to the WWF. Regardless, Kurt is focused on beating both Van Dam and Austin to win back his title. Vince comes in and wishes Kurt luck.

Elsewhere, Lillian Garcia is with Christian. He rips on the crowd and says he will always be better than Edge, and that’s why he is the I.C Champion.

WWF Intercontinental Championship Match – Ladder Match:
Christian (c) vs Edge
After a somewhat underwhelming first outing last month, E&C explode again in a rematch, this time in the match type they are known for. Following Christian’s cheap title win at Unforgiven, Edge would look for revenge by jumping him on Smackdown during a title defence against Bradshaw, but Christian managed to escape from his brother. Christian got some retribution on the following Raw, as he attacked Edge, with some assistance from X-Factor’s Albert & X-Pac. The war would continue for a few more weeks until Edge would receive a phone call informing him his mother was in a car accident. He would put his differences with his brother aside to tell Christian and the two would go to leave together, only to be stopped in their tracks by Alliance members Hugh Morrus, Kanyon & Chuck Palumbo. It would turn out to be nothing more than a set up however, as Christian would nail Edge from behind with his briefcase and later than night, it was announced by the traitorous Commissioner Regal that Christian was the newest member of the Alliance. Anyway, here we have the ladder match to settle the score. I said it last month, but I will say it again – Christian’s new theme was awesome. This starts out as a brawl in the aisle. Edge gets the best of his brother right away. Christian goes for the ladder under the ring, but Edge baseballs slides it right into him to continue his momentum. The fight goes out into the crowd and back to ringside with the former champion still in control. Edge uses the ladder against his brother, but Christian takes over by see-sawing the ladder into his opponent when he attempts to bring it into the ring. The champ tries to go up but Edge stops him in his tracks. Christian goes back on offence from here and brings a chair into play. Shortly after we have another ladder in the mix as well. This leads to an awesome spot as Christian goes up one, so Edge sets up the other and sends his brother to the mat with the Edge-O-Matic. Edge attempts to climb after recovering, but this time Christian thwarts his attempt with a reverse DDT. With both men back to where we started, Christian rolls to the floor and grabs two chairs. He goes for a con-chair-to, but Edge gets out of the way and goes out to get a third ladder. He sets it up against the chairs and splashes Christian into it. He recovers and stops another grab attempt and the match continues when Edge comes back with a Spear to the ascending Christian. From here, the two both go up and trade blows on top of the ladder, but knock it over in the process, sending them both down yet again. After some more action, with Christian taking control, we get a nice call back to Unforgiven, when Edge hits the champ with a low blow. He follows up by putting Christian on a laid down ladder and places a chair under his head. Edge grabs another and delivers a vicious con-chair-to to his former tag team partner. This takes Christian out, and Edge ascends the ladder and grabs the title to win back the Intercontinental Championship at 22:16. Whilst not the greatest ladder match of all time or anything, this was much better than the time these two faced off last month. There were lots of great moments and the ending was a fitting blow off to the feud, with Edge now able to continue his ascent away from his brother. It was clear that these guys were comfortable in the ladder setting, so it was a good idea to have the stipulation, even with it being the fifth on PPV this year in some capacity.
Grade: ***3/4

We now cross to WWF New York where Spike Dudley is recovering after recently being taken out by the Dudley Boyz on Smackdown. He looks forward to seeing his brothers lose their titles tonight. A random women interrupts and Spike is distracted, seemingly over being dumped by Molly.

WWF Tag Team Championship:
Dudley Boyz (c) vs Big Show & Tajiri
The Alliance’s Dudley Boyz continue their reign as WWF Tag Team Champions as they defend their titles against a random team of challengers. This stems from the champions defeating Big Show & Spike on a recent Smackdown episode and putting Spike through a table afterwards. With Spike sidelined, the Dudley Boyz would face Big Show in a handicap match on the next episode of Raw. Tajiri would make the save, and newly appointed WWF Commissioner, Mick Foley would grant the unlikely duo a title shot at the PPV. Big Show’s definitely fallen a long way since being involved with the Rock at the start of the year. Anyway, Tajiri starts this one out against Bubba, and the champions take the early advantage with some double teaming. Tajiri turns the tide with a kick to D-Von, which allows him to tag in his larger partner. Big Show cleans house and sends the Dudley Boyz to regroup on the outside. Tajiri interrupts them by diving over the top onto them, and back in the ring Big Show delivers a slam to D-Von. Tajiri gets tagged back in, which is when the heels take over once more courtesy of a Bubba Bomb. The champions isolate the Japanese Buzzsaw again. Tajiri gets a tag to Show at one point, but Bubba distracts the ref so that it doesn’t count. The Dudley Boyz follow up with the Whazzup spot, but after Tajiri counters a subsequent powerbomb, Show gets the hot tag. He cleans house and goes for a chokeslam, but the Dudley Boyz send him to the floor. Tajiri meanwhile gets the Tarantula applied on D-Von and starts to build some momentum. He ends up going for the Mist, but he accidentally blinds the ref instead. Show delivers a Chokeslam to Bubba, but with the ref incapacitated, Rhyno runs down and Gores the giant. Tajiri gets a Buzzsaw kick on D-Von, but he kicks out before the three is counted, which leads to the Dudley Boyz coming back with a 3D for the win at 9:19. Much like the Hardy Boyz earlier in the night, the Dudley Boyz retain their version of the tag titles in a decent enough match thrown together to fill out the card.
Grade: **1/4

Backstage, Alliance Commissioner Regal praises Rhyno for his interference in the previous match. Rhyno says he’s going to continue to run through the WWF roster.

Meanwhile, Booker T and Test are together elsewhere and Shane McMahon gives Booker a pep talk for his upcoming match.

Undertaker vs Booker T
The build to this one was really linked to what I described in the Kane/Test match, with Booker & Test defeating the Brothers of Destruction to win the WCW Tag Team Championship. As previously mentioned, Taker would cost the duo their newly won gold to the Hardy Boyz a few weeks later, which would lead to Booker T issuing a challenge to the American Bad Ass. Undertaker would accept that challenge on the next episode of Smackdown, and we were all set for the PPV. Booker T tries to get the early momentum in this one by jumping Taker in the aisle as we get started. The jump start doesn’t pay off for long though, as Taker delivers a boot to Booker’s face and the action moves to the ring so that the match can officially begin. Booker goes back on offence briefly, but he misses a shoulder charge into the post, which allows Taker to regain control and bust out Old School. Booker retreats to the outside and sends Taker into the ring steps however, and goes for the ring bell. The ref stops him in his tracks, which gives Taker the chance to get back into things and they proceed to brawl into the crowd. They eventually return to the ring and Booker hits a missile dropkick for two. Taker comes back and goes for Snake Eyes, but the former WCW Champion counters into a neckbreaker for another near fall. Taker comes back with a DDT, but Booker takes his opponent back down afterwards and takes a moment to showboat with the Spinarooni. He follows with the Scissorkick, but it only gets two. Taker recovers and goes for a chokeslam, only to be hit with a low blow by his opponent. Booker makes the mistake that costs him from here though as he mounts the turnbuckle to deliver the ten punches in the corner. You know whats coming next of course – Taker reverses into the Last Ride and that puts the Booker man away at 13:12. I actually thought this was a pretty solid match, so thats definitely good to see, especially considering the trainwreck Taker was involved in at the last PPV. Sure, Booker really could have used a win here after losing his feud to the Rock, and a loss by Taker would not have hurt him at all, but it was clear that Booker was about to pay his dues before getting another shot at the top as the year gets closer to an end. A lot of people hated this match just due to the result, but its surprisingly decent, and its not as though Booker was buried out there. He was made to look like he had a chance but a mistake cost him the match. Taker’s worst days are over – he’ll get better from here.
Grade: ***

With our WCW title match coming up next, Jonathan Coachman gets a quick word with Chris Jericho. Jericho says his whole career has been building to this night, where he will finally win the big one. We then get the video package for the Rock/Jericho match.

WCW Championship:
The Rock (c) vs Chris Jericho
Our first world title match of the night pits two fan favourites, both from the WWF, against each other for the WCW Championship. In recent weeks, the Rock and Chris Jericho had begun teaming together. On a recent episode of Raw they would face Rob Van Dam & Shane McMahon. The Alliance would win that match however, when Jericho accidentally nailed Rock with a chair, allowing RVD to pick up the victory. Rock would confront Y2J later in the night, but the two would end up brawling in the locker room. Chris Jericho then got his chance to go one on one with the Great One, as later that week on Smackdown he would defeat Rob Van Dam in a number one contender match to earn a PPV shot at the WCW Championship. The build from there was focused on this being Y2J’s chance to win the big one that had alluded him for his career thus far – a major world title. Both guys get good pops here. The starting sequence is pretty even as the two feel each other out. Rock and Jericho both go for the Rock Bottom and Walls of Jericho respectively in the early minutes of the match, but they are unsuccessful in delivering the moves. Jericho sends Rock to the floor with a dropkick, but the action quickly returns to the ring as the two men go back and forth some more. Both men go down as Rock hits a superplex from the top to Y2J, and Jericho is the first one to his feet. Rock kicks up moments later however, and the champ proceeds to lay the smack down, taking Y2J to the outside and fighting over to the announce area. They get back in the ring again, and Rock fights off some Jericho offence by sending the challenger into the turnbuckle. Y2J comes back though and actually delivers the Rock Bottom to the Great One! He follows with the Lionsault, but Rocky won’t stay down. Rock comes back and gets the challenger in the Sharpshooter, however Y2J forces the break with the ropes. This leads to Rock taking his opponent outside yet again and the Great One dishes out a Rock Bottom through the announce table to Y2J. He returns to the ring and waits for Jericho, setting up for a second Rock Bottom to put him away. Jericho counters it however, and gets a big pop as the crowd seem to rally behind the challenger. Rock gets his momentum back on track via a spinebuster and then sets up for the People’s Elbow. Jericho gets another burst though as he stops the champion and catches him in the Walls instead. Rock struggles to fight out when all of a sudden, Stephanie McMahon heads out and slides a chair into the ring. Jericho breaks the Walls and goes after her, but the distraction leads him right into a DDT from the champ. Rock decides to go after Steph as well though, laying her out with a Rock Bottom. That’s Jericho’s window of opportunity as he delivers a forward legsweep, sending Rock down onto the chair. Y2J covers and scores the biggest win of his career thus far at 23:44. Chris Jericho has indeed won the big one! This was an excellent match between two guys who would end up having very good chemistry together. While Rock would win back the title in another great match a few weeks later on Raw, this was a huge victory for Y2J as he arrived in the main event scene. I do think the Stephanie interference was a bit unnecessary as neither guy would end up affiliated with the Alliance, but it did put the element of doubt our mind at the time as to whether there were shenanigans involved. A very good match between two of the best. Considering the booking of what was to come, I think this should have been the main event. After the match, Rock grabs the chair and teases hitting Jericho with it. Instead he hands it to Y2J, as if to say, you wouldn’t have got the job done without this. The feud is far from over.
Grade: ****

We now go to a video package for the WWF title triple threat match.

WWF Championship:
Steve Austin (c) vs Kurt Angle vs Rob Van Dam
Alright, there’s a few things to talk about here. First, we have a new WWF Champion after Kurt Angle had his big moment in his home town the month prior. A few weeks after Unforgiven, Kurt Angle would face Stone Cold in a rematch for the title on Raw. It was during that match that then-WWF Commissioner, William Regal, would turn his back on the very company he had been leading and cost Angle the title, giving Stone Cold his sixth WWF Championship. Regal was fired for his actions on Smackdown by Linda McMahon, who stated that a new WWF Commissioner would be appointed. On that same night, the wildly popular RVD lost the aforementioned WCW contender match to Y2J thanks to some Austin interference backfiring. RVD would confront the Bionic Redneck, when the new WWF Commissioner was revealed to be Mick Foley. Foley would then announce that Austin would defend his title against both RVD and Kurt Angle at No Mercy. As time went on, Austin began to not trust RVD, and Van Dam would be seen in conversations with the returning Vince McMahon. Tensions escalated to the Smackdown before this show where RVD delivered a Five Star to Austin after a match against Kurt Angle. Vince would look on delighted, but RVD is still an Alliance guy here. He’s also pretty much the most popular guy in the company here. RVD was over big time since his arrival. Angle is almost an afterthought in this match which you would never have expected just a month prior. Anyway, we kick things off here with Austin and RVD jaw jacking which allows Angle to jump both guys and he starts dishing out Germans. The two Alliance members work together to fight Kurt off, but Austin double crosses RVD. After stomping at both challengers, Austin goes for the Stunner on Kurt, but the former champion counters into an Ankle Lock, only for RVD to break it up. We now get the usual triple threat rotating pairs as Austin and RVD go at it before Angle throws RVD out and renews his issues with the Rattlesnake. Angle actually counters a Stunner from Austin into an attempted Stunner of his own, but Austin blocks the move and they both go down with a double clothesline. With them laying next to each other, RVD recovers and goes up top. He looks for the Five Star, but both guys roll out of the way. Austin gets back to his feet and hits a Stunner on Angle, but RVD takes the champ out with the split legged moonsault. Kurt recovers and Angle Slams RVD, before taking it to the floor with Stone Cold. Angle ends up backdropping Austin through the announce table, and this brings Mr McMahon down to ringside. Meanwhile, Kurt returns to the ring and squares off with Van Dam once more. After some back and forth, Kurt takes him down with a superplex, whilst Austin recovers and dishes out another Stunner to the Olympic medallist. Kurt falls to the floor so Austin waits for RVD to get to his feet, setting up for another Stunner. Before he can do so though, Vince gets in and nails Austin in the back of the head with a chair, which is responsible for the famous scar on the back of Stone Cold’s head to this day. Ouch! RVD capitalises by hitting the Frog Splash on Austin, but just as the crowd is about to come unglued, Kurt breaks up the pin. Kurt dishes out some suplexes on RVD before delivering the Angle Slam, but this time Shane McMahon rushes out and breaks the fall. Vince decks his son, but then it happens – Austin hits a Stunner and pins Rob Van Dam to retain his championship at 15:15. Now, as far as the match itself goes, this was very good and filled with action. Not quite at the level of Rock/Jericho, but its close. The issue lies with the booking. This loss effectively ended any serious main event aspirations for Rob Van Dam for a number of years, as he was sent right back to the midcard shortly after this. He would always be over, but never to the extent that he was in this initial run since arriving in the WWF. Now, I’m not saying RVD should have won the title here. In all essence, this was a throwaway show before Survivor Series – you want those wins for the big events. Besides keeping the title on Austin made sense with the Alliance storyline about to wind down. That said, Kurt Angle really could have taken the loss here after looking strong all summer until the cheap loss to Stone Cold on Raw. The WWF had a chance to continue this build to RVD winning the gold down the line, but in the end it would be all for nothing. Poor booking decision, but as I said, an enjoyable match all the same.
Grade: ***3/4

Heading in, this was the show from the Invasion storyline that I had the least recollection of. As it turns out it was a pretty decent show with some very good action, despite some questionable booking to end the show which I’ve already covered. The match of the night was an excellent showdown between Rock and Chris Jericho in which Y2J got his first major victory by winning the WCW Championship. The WWF title match was also really good, as was the Edge/Christian ladder match which was far better than their outing the month prior. Looking back on this show, there was really nothing that was outright bad so it gets a recommendation from me. One thing that was clear by this point in time however was that the whole Invasion storyline was starting to drag, what with the constant roster jumps making any semblance of loyalty to the two sides hard to take seriously. It started out with so much potential, but it will all be over soon.

Three Stars of the Night:
1. Chris Jericho – got the biggest win of his career thus far in an excellent match. Y2J arrived on this night.
2. The Rock – came up short in his WCW Championship defence, but put on an excellent match that elevated Jericho to the top. The two had great chemistry together.
3. Edge – won back his his title in the type of match he was most famous for. The singles push continues as he leaves his feud with his brother behind.

FINAL GRADE: 7.5 out of 10

What I do here is add the three stars of the night with each review so as to keep track of who we can say overall is the greatest PPV performer to any given time. First place scores 3 points, second 2 and third 1.

Steve Austin = 103
Bret Hart = 83
Shawn Michaels = 67
The Rock = 54
Triple H = 51
Mick Foley = 38
Randy Savage = 28
Kurt Angle = 28
Undertaker = 26
Owen Hart = 21
Hulk Hogan = 18
X-Pac = 18
Chris Jericho = 17
Chris Benoit = 16
Jeff Hardy = 16
Diesel = 15
Matt Hardy = 14
Ultimate Warrior = 13
Vader = 13
British Bulldog = 12
Christian = 12
Edge = 12
Ted DiBiase = 10
Razor Ramon = 10
Vince McMahon = 10
Ric Flair = 8
Jim Neidhart = 7
Bubba Ray Dudley = 7
D-Von Dudley = 7
Jerry Lawler = 6
Dynamite Kid = 5
Arn Anderson = 5
Roddy Piper = 5
Mr Perfect = 5
Marty Jannetty = 5
Bob Backlund = 5
Shane McMahon = 5
Rob Van Dam = 5
Ricky Steamboat = 4
Ax = 4
Smash = 4
Bobby Heenan = 4
D’Lo Brown = 4
Rikishi = 4
Kane = 4
Greg Valentine = 3
Tully Blanchard = 3
Tanaka = 3
Bam Bam Bigelow = 3
Sato = 3
Jake Roberts = 3
Hakushi = 3
Yokozuna = 3
Savio Vega = 3
Ken Shamrock = 3
Chyna = 3
Brutus Beefcake = 2
Paul Orndorff = 2
Andre the Giant = 2
Rick Rude = 2
Sgt Slaughter = 2
Jeff Jarrett = 2
Jesse Ventura = 1
Texas Tornado = 1
Tito Santana = 1
Virgil = 1
Scott Steiner = 1
Rick Steiner = 1
Lex Luger = 1
The Roadie = 1
Billy Gunn = 1
Bart Gunn = 1
Marc Mero = 1
Flash Funk = 1
Animal = 1
Hawk = 1
Taka Michinoku = 1
Test = 1
Big Show = 1
Dean Malenko = 1
Scotty 2 Hotty = 1
Rhyno = 1

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