|King of the Ring (2001)|
|Tagline(s)||My Muscles Ache, My Mind Is Spent, My Body Is Broken, Lead Me to My Throne|
|Date||June 24, 2001|
|Venue||Continental Airlines Arena|
|City||East Rutherford, New Jersey|
|King of the Ring chronology|
King of the Ring (2001) was the ninth annual King of the Ring professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by International Wrestling Federation (IWF). It took place on June 24, 2001 at the Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
The main event was a Triple Threat match–a match involving three competitors for the IWF Championship. Steven Johnson defeated Kevin Hunter and Kris McGowan to retain the title. The undercard featured the 2001 King of the Ring tournament won by Edge. Other matches on the undercard included a Street Fight between Matt Borske and James Mayer, a IWF Light Heavyweight Championship match between champion Josh Hooper and challenger B-Tobol and a IWF Tag Team Championship between champions Dudley Boyz (Harlen and Scott) and the challenger team of Chris LeGreca and Spike.
|Heat||Matt Hooper (c) (with Nicole) defeated Jesse Credible||Singles match for the IWF European Championship|
|1||Matt Borske defeated Khristian||King of the Ring Semi-Final match|
|2||Edge defeated Peter||King of the Ring Semi-Final match|
|3||Dudley Boyz (c) defeated Chris LeGreca and Spike||Tag team match for the IWF Tag Team Championship|
|4||Edge defeated Matt Borske||King of the Ring Final match|
|5||Josh Hooper (c) defeated B-Tobol||Singles match for the IWF Light Heavyweight Championship|
|6||Matt Borske defeated James Mayer||Street Fight|
|7||Steve Johnson (c) defeated Kevin Hunter and Kris McGowan||Triple Threat match for the IWF Championship|