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#1 Posted on 13.3.03 1754.30
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Hey all, I've decided to wrangle together some WrestleMania info as part of the rush to WrestleMania XIX! Enjoy!

Arenas & Attendance
I: Madison Square Garden; 22,000
II: Nassau Coliseum; 16,585
II: The Rosemont Horizon; 9,000
II: Los Angeles Sports Arena; 14,500
III: The Pontiac Silverdome; 78,000
IV: Trump Plaza; 18,165
V: Trump Plaza; 18,946
VI: SkyDome; 67,287
VII: Los Angeles Sports Arena; 15,000
VIII: Hoosier Dome; 62,167
IX: Caesar's Palace; 15,045
X: Madison Square Garden; 18,065
XI: Hartford Civic Center; 15,000
XII: Arrowhead Pond; 18,852
XIII: The Rosemont Horizon; 18,197
XIV: FleetCenter; 19,028
XV: First Union Center; 18,274
XVI: Arrowhead Pond; 18,034
XVII: The Astrodome; 67,925
XVIII: SkyDome; 68,237

Championship Matches
WWF/Undisputed Championship
II: Hulk Hogan [c] def. King Kong Bundy in a Steel Cage
III: Hulk Hogan [c] def. Andre the Giant
IV: Randy Savage def. Ted DiBiase for the vacant title
V: Hulk Hogan def. Randy Savage [c]
VI: Ultimate Warrior def. Hulk Hogan [c] (Title for title)
VII: Hulk Hogan def. Sgt. Slaughter [c]
VIII: Randy Savage def. Ric Flair [c]
IX: Yokozuna def. Bret Hart [c]
IX: Hulk Hogan def. Yokozuna [c]
X: Yokozuna [c] def. Lex Luger by DQ
X: Bret Hart def. Yokozuna [c]
XI: Diesel [c] def. Shawn Michaels
XII: Shawn Michaels def. Bret Hart [c] in an Iron Man Match
XIII: The Undertaker def. Sycho Sid [c]
XIV: Steve Austin def. Shawn Michaels [c]
XV: Steve Austin def. The Rock [c]
XVI: Triple H [c] def. Big Show, Mick Foley & The Rock in an Elimination Match
XVII: Steve Austin def. The Rock [c]
XVIII: Triple H def. Chris Jericho [c]

Intercontinental Championship
I: Junkyard Dog def. Greg Valentine [c] by countout
II: Randy Savage [c] def. George Steele
III: Ricky Steamboat def. Randy Savage [c]
IV: Brutus Beefcake def. Honky Tonk Man [c] by DQ
V: Rick Rude def. Ultimate Warrior [c]
VI: Ultimate Warrior [c] def. Hulk Hogan (Title for Title)
VII: Big Bossman def. Mr. Perfect [c] by DQ
VIII: Bret Hart def. Roddy Piper [c]
X: Razor Ramon [c] def. Shawn Michaels in a Ladder Match
XI: Razor Ramon def. Jeff Jarrett [c] by DQ
XIII: The Rock [c] def. The Sultan
XIV: The Rock [c] def. Ken Shamrock by DQ
XV: Road Dogg [c] def. Goldust, Ken Shamrock & Val Venis
XVI: Chris Benoit def. Kurt Angle [c] & Chris Jericho in a 2 Falls/2 Titles Match
XVII: Chris Jericho [c] def. William Regal
XVIII: Rob Van Dam def. William Regal [c]

Tag Team Championship
I: Nikolai Volkoff/Iron Shiek def. Mike Rontundo/Barry Windham [c]
II: The British Bulldogs def. Greg Valentine/Brutus Beefcake [c]
IV: Demolition def. Tito Santana/Rick Martel [c]
V: Demolition [c] def. Powers of Pain/Mr. Fuji in a Handicap Match
VI: Demolition def. Andre the Giant/Haku [c]
VII: Nasty Boys def. Hart Foundation [c]
VIII: Natural Disasters def. Money Inc [c] by countout
IX: Money Inc [c] def. Hulk Hogan/Brutus Beefcake by DQ
X: Men on a Mission def. The Quebecers [c] by countout
XI: Owen Hart/Yokozuna def. Smoking Gunns [c]
XIII: Owen Hart/British Bulldog [c] drew Mankind/Vader by double countout
XIV: Cactus Jack/Terry Funk def. New Age Outlaws [c] in a Dumpster Match
XV: Jeff Jarrett/Owen Hart [c] def. Test/D'Lo Brown
XVI: Edge/Christian def. Hardy Boyz & Dudley Boyz [c] in a Ladder Match
XVII: Edge/Christian [c] def. Hardy Boyz & Dudley Boyz in a TLC Match
XVIII: Chuck/Billy [c] def. Hardy Boyz, Dudley Boyz & APA in an Elimination Match

European Championship
XIV: Triple H [c] def. Owen Hart
XV: Shane McMahon [c] def. X-Pac
XVI: Chris Jericho def. Kurt Angle [c] & Chris Benoit in a 2 Falls/2 Titles Match
XVII: Eddy Guerrero def. Test [c]
XVIII: Diamond Dallas Page [c] def. Christian

Hardcore Championship
XV: Hardcore Holly def. Al Snow & Billy Gunn for the vacant title
XVI: Tazz, Viscera, Funaki, Rodney, Joey Abs, Pete Gas, Mosh, Crash Holly & Hardcore Holly all won the title as part of the Hardcore Battle Royal. Hardcore Holly left as champion
XVII: Kane def. Big Show & Raven [c]
XVIII: Spike Dudley, the Hurricane, Mighty Molly, Christian & Maven all won the title during the night. Maven left as champion

Light Heavyweight Championship
XIV: TAKA Michinoku [c] def. Aguila

Women's Championship
I: Wendi Richter def. Lelani Kai [c]
II: Fabulous Moolah def. Velvet McIntyre
X: Alundra Blayze [c] def. Lelani Kai
XV: Sable [c] def. Tori
XVII: Chyna def. Ivory [c]
XVIII: Jazz [c] def. Lita & Trish Stratus

LONGEST MATCH: The Iron Man Match at WrestleMania XII, at 61 minutes, 52 seconds
SHORTEST MATCH: Hart Foundation vs. The Bolsheviks at WrestleMania VI at 19 seconds

(edited by Freeway420 on 14.3.03 1419)
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#2 Posted on 13.3.03 1758.43
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Good job on that info. Although, I believe that the Hart Foundation v. Bolsheiviks (sp?) match was shorter than King Kong Bundy v. SD Jones. The Bundy/Jones match was announced as being 9 seconds, but if you watch it, it is clear that it's more along the lines of about 30 seconds or so. Of course, it's not like anyone really remembers that tag match from WM VI anyway, but still...

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#3 Posted on 13.3.03 1802.25
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At WMXV Billy Gunn was defending the Hardcore title. it wasn't vacant
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#4 Posted on 13.3.03 1802.28
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    Originally posted by OMEGA
    Good job on that info. Although, I believe that the Hart Foundation v. Bolsheiviks (sp?) match was shorter than King Kong Bundy v. SD Jones. The Bundy/Jones match was announced as being 9 seconds, but if you watch it, it is clear that it's more along the lines of about 30 seconds or so. Of course, it's not like anyone really remembers that tag match from WM VI anyway, but still...




Isn't that the one where the Hart Foundation attacked them during the playing of their national anthem and got a quick win? If that is the one i'm thinking of then I DO remember it.
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#5 Posted on 13.3.03 2302.55
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What about Earthquake v. Adam Bomb at WM X? Wasn't that a quickie as well?
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#6 Posted on 13.3.03 2325.22
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Unbeaten wrestlers at WrestleMania, minimum of two matches.

10-0....Undertaker
3-0....
Ax from Demolition, Road Warrior Hawk, Road Warrior Animal,
Edge
2-0....a hilarious grouping, by the way
Chyna, Terry Funk, Shane McMahon, Mr. T, Sable, Tatanka, Virgil, Rick Rude (though he had a draw with Jake the Snake at WMIV)

1-0 with draws...
Bad News Brown, Vader



Wrestlers who've never won at WrestleMania, minimum of two matches.

0-4...
Crush

0-3 (0-4? 0-4-1?)...
Goldust (who lost that "match" with Piper at WM12, and also technically got a draw with Maven last year)

0-3...
D-Lo Brown, B. Brian Blair, Jim Brunzell, D-Von Dudley, Buh Buh Ray Dudley, Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, Big Show, Savio Vega, Godfather, Bart Gunn, Ray Rougeau

0-2...
Bob Backlund, Steve Blackman (sorry CRZ), Ron and Don Harris, Ric Flair, Henry Godwinn, Phineas Godwinn, Psycho Sid, Lelani Kai, Pierre LaFitte, William Regal, Paul Roma, Ken Shamrock, Al Snow, Jimmy Snuka, George the Animal Steele, Big John Studd, Val Venis, Warlord, Barry Windham, X-Pac, Boris Zhukov

0-1 with a draw...Paul Orndorff
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#7 Posted on 13.3.03 2350.50
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    Originally posted by VanillaSky
    What about Earthquake v. Adam Bomb at WM X? Wasn't that a quickie as well?


Or The Red Rooster vs. Bobby Heenan at WM V? The match was basically Heenan running into the corner and The Rooster getting the rollup for the win. That had to be less than 9 seconds.
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#8 Posted on 14.3.03 0859.49
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Here's another piece of useless WM trivia:
Matches that were announced, but never took place:

Kamala vs Bam Bam Bigelow, WM7 (was never explained why match was cancelled).
Hogan vs Flair - Main event, WM8 (was switched to Hogan vs Sid, Flair vs Savage for reasons that still aren't clear to me)
Ten-Man Match, WM10 (Believe it was supposed to be Headshrinkers, IRS, Rick Martel and Jeff Jarrett vs Sparky Plugg, Smokin Gunns, 123 Kid and Tatanka (was cancelled because of time; match took place next week on Raw).

any others that I'm missing?
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#9 Posted on 14.3.03 0908.23
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    Originally posted by CANADIAN BULLDOG
    any others that I'm missing?


British Bulldog v. Berzerker at WM8.
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#10 Posted on 14.3.03 0910.11
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Good call, shh. Thanks!
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#11 Posted on 14.3.03 0915.36
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    Originally posted by Mr Shh

      Originally posted by CANADIAN BULLDOG
      any others that I'm missing?


    British Bulldog v. Berzerker at WM8.



Actually I think this match did happen. I remember British Bulldog was my favorite at the time, and being 8, I nearly cried when he wasn't on the PPV. But I think they did have the match, it just didn't air. I recall vaguely seeing it on Prime Time or something.

It could have happened during that odd "5-Minute Break" they had in the middle of the pay-per-view.

Anybody recall what that was all about??
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#12 Posted on 14.3.03 0917.38
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Most consecutive WM appearances..(from this month's Raw)

12- Bret Hart
9 - Hulk Hogan
8 - Shawn Michaels
8 - Triple H
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#13 Posted on 14.3.03 0925.52
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    Originally posted by CANADIAN BULLDOG
    Hogan vs Flair - Main event, WM8 (was switched to Hogan vs Sid, Flair vs Savage for reasons that still aren't clear to me)


Ric Flair was the WWF Champion coming in, the biggest heel in the Federation and the human embodiment of the competition. There was no way he could win at Wrestlemania and keep his title, especially against the human embodiment of the WWF.

Hulk Hogan was, it seems, serious about his "retirement" at the time and couldn't win the WWF Title when, at the very least, he wasn't going to wrestle for an entire year. They could even declare the title vacant and sell the next PPV off that scenario because, in 1992, the next PPV wasn't until August.

So, they switched the matches around - giving Hogan a heel he could go out defeating and Flair a face he could drop the belt to.
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#14 Posted on 14.3.03 0956.47
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    Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard[quotemidbr>
    Ric Flair was the WWF Champion coming in, the biggest heel in the Federation and the human embodiment of the competition. There was no way he could win at Wrestlemania and keep his title, especially against the human embodiment of the WWF.

    Hulk Hogan was, it seems, serious about his "retirement" at the time and couldn't win the WWF Title when, at the very least, he wasn't going to wrestle for an entire year. They could even declare the title vacant and sell the next PPV off that scenario because, in 1992, the next PPV wasn't until August.

    So, they switched the matches around - giving Hogan a heel he could go out defeating and Flair a face he could drop the belt to.



I remember hearing as much about that match before, but here's what I DON'T understand -- why would they be building towards that match (and clearly, they were since the minute Flair entered the WWF) and not have a resolution beforehand? And its not like now, where PPV's are built over a matter of weeks (and for some matches, three days before). They were pushing the hard sell for this since Survivor Series the year before....
It's so frustrating, particularly because Hogan-Flair would have been something special at WM8, one of those WrestleMania moments they like to talk about. Flair-Savage was okay, but Hogan-Sid was godawful.
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#15 Posted on 14.3.03 1211.49
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    Originally posted by Swordsman Yen

      Originally posted by VanillaSky
      What about Earthquake v. Adam Bomb at WM X? Wasn't that a quickie as well?


    Or The Red Rooster vs. Bobby Heenan at WM V? The match was basically Heenan running into the corner and The Rooster getting the rollup for the win. That had to be less than 9 seconds.



According to the Wrestling Observer, both the Bomb/Earthquake and the Heenan/Rooster matches went 32 seconds. The Harts/Bolsheviks match went 19 seconds. I don't have a time on the Jones/Bundy match, but from best guess, I'd say that went around 30 seconds as well. So, Harts/Bolsheviks from WrestleMania VI is THE quickest match in WrestleMania history!

Let's just hope 'Taker/Jones v. Show/Albert this year beats that record.
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Main Event (i.e. Final Announced Match) Details
I: WWF Champion Hulk Hogan & Mr. T [faces] def. Paul Orndorff & Roddy Piper [heels]; Jimmy Snuka accompanied the faces, while Bob Orton accompanied the heels. Pat Patterson was the referee, while Muhammad Ali was the "special outside referee". Length: Unavailable
II: WWF Champion Hulk Hogan [face] def. King Kong Bundy [heel] inside a Steel Cage. Bobby Heenan accompanied Bundy, if I remember correctly...considering I was 1 year old at the time. Robert Conrad was the referee. Length: 11:00
III: WWF Champion Hulk Hogan [face] def. Andre the Giant [heel]. Bobby Heenan accompanied Andre. Length: 12:01
IV: Randy Savage [face] def. Ted DiBiase [heel] for the vacant WWF Championship in the finals of a night-long tournament. Marks the first time a new WWF Champion was crowned on pay-per-view, at WrestleMania, and in a tournament (excluding the inaugural "tournament"). Length: 9:27
V: Hulk Hogan [face] def. WWF Champion Randy Savage [heel] as the MegaPowers EXPLODED!!! Length: 17:54
VI: Intercontinental Champion The Ultimate Warrior [face] def. WWF Champion Hulk Hogan [face] in a Title for Title Match. Marks the first time one man held two singles titles in the WWF, and the first time there was a face against face main event at WrestleMania. Length: 22:51
VII: Hulk Hogan [face] def. WWF Champion Sgt. Slaughter [heel]. Length: 20:26
VIII: Hulk Hogan [face] def. Sid Justice [heel] by disqualification. Marked the first time the WWF Champion or Championship was not involved in the main event, and the first time there wasn't a clean decision in the main event. Length: 12:44
IX: Yokozuna [heel] def. WWF Champion Bret Hart [face]. Marked the first time a heel won the title (or the main event) at WrestleMania. Length: 8:55
Of course, Yokozuna lost the title to Hulk Hogan 21 seconds later...marking the first time the title changed hands twice in one night ever.
X: Bret Hart [face] def. WWF Champion Yokozuna [heel]. Marked the first time a main event was repeated and the first time the title was advertised as being defended more than once (Yokozuna beat Lex Luger earlier in the night). Roddy Piper was the referee. Length: 10:38
XI: Lawrence Taylor [face] def. Bam Bam Bigelow [heel]. Marked the first time...uh...well, it was just a dumb idea. Let's leave it at that. Length: 11:42
XII: Shawn Michaels [face] def. WWF Champion Bret Hart [face] in an Iron Man Match. Longest WrestleMania match EVER at 61 minutes and 52 seconds.
XIII: The Undertaker [face] def. WWF Champion Sycho Sid [heel]. Marked the first time Shawn Michaels lost his smile and had to leave the fed and give his fans a shitty replacement match. Length: 21:19
XIV: Steve Austin [face] def. WWF Champion Shawn Michaels [heel]. Mike Tyson was the referee. Length: 20:02
XV: Steve Austin [face] def. WWF Champion The Rock [heel]. Mankind was the referee of record. Length: 16:52
XVI: WWF Champion Triple H [heel] def. Big Show [heel], Mick Foley [face] and The Rock [face] in an Elimination Match. Marked the first time a heel WWF Champion left as WWF Champion. Length: 38:28
XVII: Steve Austin [face] def. WWF Champion The Rock [heel]. Length: 28:06
XVIII: Triple H [face] def. Undisputed Champion Chris Jericho [heel]. Length: 18:41
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    XVII: Steve Austin [face] def. WWF Champion The Rock [heel]. Length: 28:06


Both men entered the match as faces, and it was actually Austin who left as the heel. He was still over since the event was in Texas, but hey.
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#18 Posted on 14.3.03 2123.25
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for the berzerker vs bulldog match im almost positive that it did not happen. on my tape i hgave to this fday it has a msg at the end saying the match did not take place at WM8 sorry for incovince etc. ive nebver seen record of it ever taking place. not liek summerslam of that year where surprisingly they had tatanka vs berzerjker to take place in wmbley and it did, just not for the tv audieance. (huss huss)was berzerker ever on ppv singles match not including survivor series or rumble?

the hogan -sid match was sotryline based on sid walking out on hogan on the second last SNME when they faced taker-flair.beefcake was in the corner of them sid almost hit him, cuase he was "jelous" of hogan as was always the case.
i admit haogan-flair at mania would have been speical but 10 years later im glad how it turned out. savage-flair was great match , great fuckin angle.

and lastly i belive bam bam begilow vs kamala was suppose to be at WM 9 not 7. it was cancleed for the seocnd year in row and the ten man tag wa snext year. wonder why they always annouced them and never cam ethrough with them withen that 92-94 timeframe.
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#19 Posted on 14.3.03 2146.56
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Without a Doubt a thats the best Wrestlemania I have ever read. Primo Job man.
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#20 Posted on 15.3.03 0412.49
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I am from Indianapolis and actually attended Wrestlemania 8. I think i was like 13 at the time.

Anyways, The Bulldog/Berzerker match never took place in way shape or form that day. THe only extra match we got was Bushwackers v Beverly Bros. as the "sound check" match where they check all the technical stuff before a show. Also I think it is to warm the crowd up a bit.

At the time I was confused because I couldn't understand why that match took place before the national anthem.

Also the Legion of Doom did an interview at that WM. I know of the Pipers Pit Thing at WM 5, and the Rhythm and Blues concert at WM 6, but it seems to me that Wrestlemania is a bad time to just "interview" a big name like they were. They should have been on the card somewhere.

At that WM only one heel went over (Shawn) -- the rest of the night the faces won every match. Is that the most lopsided WM in history? It has to be I would think.
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