For those new to the brand split this time around if you want to see the height of the split then this period of time was probably the height. Also this was the end of when former WCW stars would finally hit the WWE's TV which included the likes of Rey Mysterio on Smackdown and Goldberg on Raw.
Following WrestleMania 19 we saw the big debut of Bill Goldberg in the WWE and his first feud was with The Rock which set him up perfectly for his future after defeated him at Backlash. It was very clear early that Bill would be on a collision course with Triple H for the World Title. However, WWE made the bad booking move of putting Goldberg into the Elimination Chamber with the other top talent from Raw. The only reason why I say it was a bad decision is because in the end they had Triple H take the cheap way out of the match and killed Goldberg's momentum.
Though waiting a month and having him defeat Hunter one on one is a good decision, but what they should've done is kept Bill out of the Chamber due to being screwed by Evolution. Looking at this card it was a solid event, but overall the damage had been done and this was too little late for Goldberg. In my opinion this would really be the beginning of the end for Bill and his first run with the WWE.
Bubba Ray Dudley & D-Von Dudley def. Rene Dupree (c) & Rob Conway & Sylvain Grenier (c)Handicap Tables World Tag Team Titles (WWE)
Test def. (pin) Scott Steiner
Randy Orton def. (pin) Shawn Michaels
Lita & Trish Stratus def. (pin) Gail Kim & Molly Holly
Kane def. (TKO) Shane McMahon "Last Man Standing"
Christian (c) def. (pin) Chris Jericho, Rob Van Dam triple-threat WWE Intercontinental Championship
Al Snow & Jonathan Coachman def. (pin) Jerry Lawler & Jim Ross
Goldberg def. (pin) Triple H (c) World Heavyweight Championship (WWE)