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1997 - WM13 - won by DQ in IC Title Match. No one cares.
1998 - WM14 - won by reverse decision after Ken Shamrock squashed him.
1999 - WM15 - lost the World Title cleanly to Steve Austin.
2000 - WM16 - lost the World Title Match to HHH (screwjob).
2001 - WM17 - lost the World Title to Steve Austin AGAIN (another screwjob)

Well, this match with Hogan isn't a World Title Match but the Rock will end up like the 1990-93 Buffalo Bills. Four-peat LOSERS of the BIG GAME.

That is - if he loses again.





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He has nothing on Tito Santana, who lost from Wrestlemanias 2 through at least 8 (I heard conflicting reports on his dark match with Papa Shango at WM9, PWI said he won, Scaia said he lost).

Also, IIRC, Rocky actually pinned the Sultan to win the IC title match, not a DQ win.



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this is his year.

i'm picking hall to go over austin and hunter to pin jericho and join the nwo. rocky beating hogan will send the crowd home happy but the nwo's poisonous presence will hang over it.

or hogan hits rock with the finger poke of doom, then tosses him an nwo t-shirt. heh.



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The biggest losers in WM history...

0-3 B. Brian Blair
LOSSES: 20-man battle royal (x2), Nikolai Volkoff/Iron Sheik

0-3 D-Lo Brown
LOSSES: Tag team battle royal, Owen Hart/Jeff Jarrett, Big Boss Man/Bull Buchanan

0-3 Jumpin' Jim Brunzell
LOSSES: 20-man battle royal (x2), Nikolai Volkoff/Iron Sheik

0-3 (The Goodfather)(The Godfather)(Kama Mustafa)
LOSSES: Tag team battle royal, Big Boss Man/Bull Buchanan, Tazz/APA

0-3 Bart Gunn
LOSSES: Owen Hart/Yokozuna, Tag team battle royal, Butterbean

0-3 "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn
LOSSES: Owen Hart/Yokozuna, Cactus Jack/Chainsaw Charlie, Bob "Hardcore" Holly

0-3 Raymond Rougeau
LOSSES: The Dream Team, 20-man battle royal, the Bushwhackers

0-3 Savio Vega
LOSSES: Steve Austin, Ahmed Johnson/Legion of Doom, Tag team battle royal

0-3 Koko B. Ware
LOSSES: Butch Reed, Bobby Heenan/The Islanders, Rick Martel

0-3 "The Big Show" Paul Wight
LOSSES: Mankind, Triple H, Kane

0-4 Crush
LOSSES: Tenryu/Kitao, Doink the Clown, Randy Savage, Ahmed Johnson/Legion of Doom

0-4 Goldust
LOSSES: Roddy Piper, Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Marc Mero/Sable, "Road Dogg" Jesse Jammes

Notable mention....Santana, who was a horrid 1-7 in his WrestleMania career, and Jacques Rougeau, who was 1-5. Rougeau's only WM win came against, ironically, Tito Santana.







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Good points. For me, it wasn't so much Goldust's stammering that made me enjoy it, it was the reaction to it from HHH, Flair, and even Jerry Lawler. Though, Goldy's choice of words helped too.
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