It's not often that a B-PPV can be considered one of the greatest PPV events of all time, but after running through this one again on the Network, I feel a rare exception would be No Way Out 2001. Just an all-around excellent card, from top to bottom: Kurt/Rock for the WWF Title (excellent match), Austin and HHH's 3 Stages Of Hell match (one of the best matches either man ever had, plus a wonderful climax to their heated rivalry), Stephanie vs Trish (a surprisingly good match), a fatal four-way for the Intercontinental Title that was fast-paced and action-packed, the Hardcore and triple-threat Tag Team Championship matches were good, and while Lawler vs Richards was meh, six out of seven isn't bad. For anyone looking for a great random PPV to watch who wasn't around as a fan back then to see this, I would suggest checking this one out. (And Wrestlemania 17 the following month, if you haven't already done so.) This really showed what kind of roll the WWF were on heading into 2001. You had an awesome Rumble PPV (still the best ever imo), this (still the best No Way Out PPV as well as the best February PPV period imo), and then an awesome Wrestlemania (also still the best ever imo), all three in a row back-to-back. I don't think any other year in history has started off as strong as 2001... which makes how the year slowly turned out after this (Austin's heel turn, failed WCW invasion angle, etc.) all the more disappointing, but that's a rant for another topic.