Eddie Guerrero and Rob Van Dam had a brilliant opening match. These two men need more screen time.
Trish Stratus battled Stacey Keibler in a fantastic match. Why was it fantastic? Purely and simply because of the beautiful women on show.
The Hardy Boys had a fairly exciting match with Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman. Brock was still very green but Paul Heymen saved the day acting like a complete fool.
Ric Flair and Big Show had a battle with Stone Cold Steve Austin. It was a fairly good match although in my opinion, Austin looked totally uninterested in the match.
The best match of the night was Kurt Angle VS Edge in a hair vs hair match. Angle never fails to entertain whilst Edge is a definite future WWE Champion.
Triple H battled Chris Jericho in a Hell In A Cell Match. When you've seen one Hell In A Cell match, you've pretty much seen them all. It was okay but it didn't really feature anything that hadn't been done before. I guess nothing could ever top the Undertaker/Mankind match from King of the Ring 1998.
Rikishi and mystery partner Rico had a match for the tag titles with Billy and Chuck. Too short to gather any momentum.
Then we came to the main event between Hulk Hogan and the Undertaker. Now, I thought Hogan's matches with Triple H at Backlash and The Rock at WM XVIII were pretty good but I was unimpressed with this 80's style match. I thought their match at the 1991 Survivor Series was a hell of a lot better than this. It was also a short match (well, short considering it was the main event) and it was mostly 80's style offense throughout. Hogan lost in the end and the evil Undertaker won the WWE Undisputed Championship. There will be an inevitable rematch down the line-lets hope it is better than this.
All in all, Judgment Day was a fair event. I'd definitely rent it though rather than buying it.