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Fact » What Is Inferno Match? History Of Inferno Match, Trivia, Win/Loss Record
An inferno match is a special type of match where the ring is completely surrounded by flames once both -- contenders have entered the ring. The only way to win is to set your opponent on fire. Inferno matches usually end on the outside of the ring; this way, paramedics can assist the unfortunate loser of the match. Due to the potentially graphic or dangerous nature of this type of match, it is very rarely -- seen in North America. In fact, there have only been four to this date all of which have involved Kane. (According To Wikipedia).

Wrestlers protect themselves from harm by wearing special fire-retardant padding under their costumes. Inferno matches are very rare today because of health concerns and because of state sports commissions expressing -- concern over safety. Undertaker once said in an interview that it was impossible to breathe properly in the ring when the flames were on as they burned most of the oxygen up. calls the Inferno match "possibly the sickest of all WWE matches." (WWE.COM)

  • Kane has competed in every Inferno match to date, with a win-loss record of 1-3.
  • Kane competed in the first Inferno match on his birthday, April 26 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
  • Armageddon 2006 was the first Inferno match to occur after Kane had been unmasked.
  • Every Inferno Match has ended with the losing wrestler being set on fire, outside the ring. This is so that the wrestler can quickly escape to the back to be extinguished.
  • A similar match happened at WCW's Great American Bash 2000 between Vampiro and Sting, which was called a Human Torch match.
  • Inferno matches are now very rare in the WWE as it has now turned to PG.
  • Inferno Match Returning To Television This SummerSlam 2013.
  1. The Undertaker defeated Kane by setting his arm on fire. [Unforgiven 1998]
  2. The Undertaker defeated Kane by setting his foot on fire. [RAW - Feb 22, 99]
  3. Triple H defeated Kane by having his hand set on fire by Viscera and Mideon. [SmackDown! - Sep 23, 99]
  4. Kane defeated Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) by setting his back on fire. [Armageddon 2006]
  5. Kane vs Bray Wyatt (SummerSlam 2013) [MATCH PREVIEW]

Facts » Sting - The Greatest Wrestler, Who Never Signed With The WWE! (9 More Stars Name Inside)
WWE has an interesting article on their official website WWE.COM looking at the 10 greatest wrestlers to have never wrestled in the company. Sting tops the list.

The following is the Top 10 list comprised by the WWE:

1. Sting
2. Abdullah The Butcher
3. The Great Muta
4. New Jack
5. Vampiro
6. Nikita Koloff
7. The Sinister Minister
8. The Midnight Express
9. Akira Hokuto
10. Magnum TA

What Is 3 Stages Of Hell Match & What are the rules?

Facts » What Is 3 Stages Of Hell Match? The Rules, History Of "3 Stages Of Hell"The 3 Stages of Hell match is a variation of the two out of -- three falls match where each fall is contested under different rules. For example, the first fall could be a Tables match, the second fall could be a -- Bodyslam match, and the third fall (if neither person has won the match already) could be a steel cage match. This match has been featured at -- No Way Out (2001), Armageddon (2002), The Bash, and Payback.

Facts » The Truth Behind 8 WWE Urban Legends [Official Report]
SRC: WWE.COM: Debuting in 1988, Shawn Michaels and -- Marty Jannetty were a kinetic duo that helped pave the way for highfliers and smaller, more agile Superstars. However, their debut in 1988 was not the first time The Rockers were signed to -- WWE a year earlier they joined WWE and were fired after an alleged incident at a bar.

The legend states that after Michaels and Jannetty joined -- WWE, they were encouraged to fraternize with their fellow Superstars  and ultimately captured the attention of Jimmy Jack Funk. In his autobiographical DVD, “Heartbreak & Triumph,” HBK talked openly about the incident. After imbibing too much alcohol, -- Funk  who was eating glass at the time encouraged The Rockers to prove they could party. After some trepidation, Michaels had enough and wanted Funk off his case.

Brutus Beefcake
Unless he is 6’8”, 270 pounds, rock-hard, young and stupid, and has a lot of money, I’d tell them to go to school, get an education, and get a job because he is going to wind up on skid row probably. He is going to get beat up, he is going to lose everything he’s got, all his friends, and the chances of making it in the business right now, unless you are somebody’s son or somebody’s cousin or brother, are about slim to none.

Wrestling Relatives - Which Wrestlers Are Really Related?
Current RAW Roster
  • Alberto Del Rio: son of Dos Caras, brother of Memo Montenegro, nephew of Mil Mascaras and Sicodelico
  • Bo Dallas: son of IRS, brother of Husky Harris, nephew of Barry & Kendall Windham, grandson of Blackjack Mulligan
  • Brock Lesnar: husband of Sable
  • Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson: grandson of Peter Maivia, son of Rocky Johnson
  • Epico: nephew of Carlos Colon, cousin of Carlito and Primo
  • Jerry Lawler: father of Brian Christopher, cousin of the Honky Tonk Man & Carl Fergie, ex-husband of the Kat
  • John Laurinaitis: brother of Road Warrior Animal
  • Kane: not related to either the Undertaker or Paul Bearer
  • Mike McGillicutty: son of Curt Hennig, grandson of Larry Hennig
  • Primo: son of Carlos Colon, brother of Carlito, cousin of Epico
  • Rey Mysterio: nephew of Rey Misterio sr., father of Dominick
  • Triple H: husband of Stephanie McMahon
  • Vickie Guerrero: widow of Eddie Guerrero, daughter of Raquel Diaz, aunt of Chavo Guerrero
  • Vincent Kennedy McMahon: grandson of Jess McMahon, son of Vince McMahon, husband of Linda McMahon, father of Shane & Stephanie McMahon, father-in-law of Triple H & Marissa Mazzola

WWE » 15 Great Facts About WWE Championship Title [Part 3]Here is the final part for 15 Great Facts About WWE Championship Title:

Who was the youngest Superstar to win the WWE Title?

Brock Lesnar may have looked like a centuries-old Viking who thawed out of a block of ice when he came storming into WWE in 2002. In truth, he was just a pup. Debuting on March 18, 2002, at age 24, Lesnar was fresh out of the University of Minnesota where he had dominated the mat as NCAA heavyweight champion. By August 2002, “The Beast Incarnate” added the WWE Title to his trophy case when he beat The Rock at that year’s SummerSlam to become the youngest WWE Champion at 25. The Great One had previously held this record, having won the title at 26.

What was the longest WWE Title Match?

An educated guess would point to the WrestleMania XII Iron Man Match between Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels as the longest WWE Title Match in history, but that’s not the case. The 1992 Royal Rumble Match  in which Ric Flair outlasted 29 other Superstars in a classic performance to win the WWE Title stands as the most epic championship bout at 62 minutes and two seconds. Other exhausting WWE Championship Matches include the hourlong Anything Goes Iron Man Match between John Cena and Randy Orton from Bragging Rights 2009 and Triple H and The Rock’s Iron Man Match from Judgment Day 2000.

Who was the shortest reigning WWE Champion?

Andre the Giant may be the biggest WWE Champion in history, but his reign was the shortest. After defeating WWE Champion Hulk Hogan in a highly controversial bout on Feb. 5, 1988, to win the title, “The Eighth Wonder of the World” attempted to turn around and sell the championship to “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase. WWE President Jack Tunney immediately declared the WWE Championship vacant due to the giant’s actions, which put the length of Andre’s reign at a “blink and you’ll miss it” time of 45 seconds. Other champions with brief reigns include Yokozuna, who held the title for two minutes and thirty seconds, and John Cena, who once carried the championship for a little more than three minutes.

What Superstar had the longest drought between WWE Title reigns?

When The Rock made his glorious return to the WWE Title at Royal Rumble 2013, it had been an unbelievable 3,808 days since The Great One last held the championship. Still, this was not the longest a WWE Superstar had gone between WWE Title reigns. Bob Backlund set that record on Nov. 23, 1994, when he upset Bret “Hit Man” Hart to reclaim the championship he believed was rightfully his. The WWE Hall of Famer had not been in the title picture since the early ’80s a remarkable 3,985 days out of the spotlight to be exact.

What Superstar won the WWE Title in the shortest time after their debut?

Brock Lesnar’s meteoric rise from unknown mauler to WWE Champion in 2002 turned a lot of heads. What other Superstar had gone from being a WWE newcomer to WWE Champion in 160 days? Well someone had actually done it faster than Lesnar. It took Ric Flair 132 days from the moment he made his first WWE appearance on Sept. 9, 1991, to the moment he won the WWE Title at the 1992 Royal Rumble on Jan. 19, 1992, to make it happen. The Nature Boy’s record has stood strong against other fast risers like Sheamus and Alberto Del Rio.


Here is Part 2 Of 15 Great Facts about WWE Championship Title.

Who was the oldest WWE Champion?

When Mr. McMahon pinned Triple H on the Sept. 16, 1999, edition of SmackDown to become the WWE Champion, he made history as the first man to win the WWE Title while wearing dress slacks. More importantly, the WWE Chairman earned his place in the record books as the oldest WWE Champion as he was 54 years of age when he finally grabbed the coveted title. Hulk Hogan wasn’t far behind Mr. McMahon when he beat The Game to win his sixth WWE Title on April 21, 2002, at age 48.

Who was the longest reigning WWE Champion?

CM Punk’s 434 days with the WWE Title made him the longest-reigning champion of the past quarter century something The Straight Edge Superstar was not shy about reminding the WWE Universe. But Punk was still a few days away from matching the mammoth title reign of Bruno Sammartino 2,369 days to be exact. The Italian Superstar set a sports-entertainment record that will likely stand forever when he won the WWE Title on May 17, 1963, and defended it for the next 2,803 days before falling to Ivan Koloff in Madison Square Garden on Jan. 18, 1971. Sammartino’s seven years as champion was a staggering achievement in its own right, but he won the WWE Title again on Dec. 10, 1973, and carried it for an additional 1,237 days.

What WWE event has seen the most WWE Title changes?

It’s a close one, but WrestleMania edges out Raw as the WWE event with the most WWE Championship changes. Beginning with “Macho Man” Randy Savage’s well-earned WWE Title victory at WrestleMania IV and culminating most recently with John Cena’s redemptive win at WrestleMania 29, the WWE Title has been won 18 times on The Grandest Stage of Them All. As far as pay-per-views, Survivor Series trails WrestleMania with 10 WWE Championship changes, while Raw has the most for televised shows with 16 since its 1993 premiere.

What was the shortest WWE Title Match?

Eight seconds. That’s all it took for the powerful Diesel to powerbomb WWE Champion Bob Backlund and beat him for his title in Madison Square Garden on Nov. 26, 1994. While Big Daddy Cool’s domination was impressive, he wasn’t the first Superstar to claim the title in less than a minute. Bruno Sammartino began his epic 2,803-day WWE Championship reign on May 17, 1963, by crushing Buddy Rogers in about 48 seconds. Hulk Hogan beat that time when he steamrolled over Yokozuna at WrestleMania IX to win the title in 22 seconds.

In what year did the WWE Championship change hands the most?

As WWE battled WCW for ratings dominance at the end of the last century, title changes became a common occurrence on both pay-per-views and weekly television shows. This was never more apparent than in 1999 when the WWE Title changed hands on a staggering 11 occasions. That year, The Rock, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Mankind, Big Show, Triple H and even Mr. McMahon all grabbed the championship for brief periods of time. Three of that year’s reigns lasted for less than a week while the longest run went to The Texas Rattlesnake, who held the WWE Title for 55 days in 1999.


In Source Of WWE.COM Here is 1-5 Great Facts -- About WWE Championship Title.

What Superstar has the most WWE Title reigns?

WWE » 15 Great Facts About WWE Championship Title [Part 1]
Love him or hate him, John Cena has earned his place in the -- pantheon of great WWE Champions with a record that speaks to The Champ’s inability to quit. Beginning with his -- first WWE Title victory at WrestleMania 21 on April 3, 2005, Cena has won the championship on 11 occasions. The Cenation leader’s eight-plus years in the -- WWE Title hunt have seen him hold the prize for both an impressive 380 days and an embarrassing three minutes and thirty seconds. Reign lengths aside, Cena still stands at the front of the pack with Triple H and The Rock trailing behind both of those Superstars have held the WWE Title on eight separate occasions.

How many times has the WWE Title been won on SmackDown?

When it comes to WWE’s television shows, Raw has hosted the most WWE Championship changes by a strong margin as the title has been won 16 times on the flagship show. SmackDown stands far behind in second place with a measly two WWE Title changes. The first occurred on Sept. 14, 1999, when Mr. McMahon beat Triple H thanks to a big assist from “Stone Cold” Steve Austin to win the title. The second and most recent occurred back on Sept. 16, 2003, when Brock Lesnar defeated Kurt Angle in a grueling 60-minute Iron Man Match to win the WWE Championship for a third time.

In what state has the WWE Title changed hands the most?

It should come as no surprise that WWE’s homebase of New York state holds the record for most WWE Title changes within its borders. All told, the WWE Championship has been won 21 times in the Empire State. And while the WWE fans in New York City have undoubtedly witnessed the most WWE Championships changes 14 total, with 13 occurring in Madison Square Garden and one in the neighboring Hammerstein Ballroom  New York cities like Albany and Buffalo have also hosted major title victories.

Who was the first WWE Champion to wear a mask?

In the great history of masked Superstars, only three have claimed the WWE Title. The first was the demonic Kane, who beat “Stone Cold” Steve Austin to win the WWE Championship in a First Blood Match on June 28, 1998. Soon after, Mankind became the second masked champion when he defeated The Rock on an emotional Jan. 4, 1999, edition of Raw. The most recent WWE Champion to don a hood was Rey Mysterio, who held the WWE Championship for less than two hours on Raw on July 25, 2011.

What was the only WrestleMania without a WWE Title Match?

WrestleMania has long been the showcase of the biggest WWE Title Matches of all time  Hogan versus Andre, Hart versus Michaels, Cena versus Rock. Yet the inaugural WrestleMania event didn’t set a precedent for big-time championship matches as Hulk Hogan did not defend his WWE Title at the show. Instead, The Hulkster teamed with “A-Team” star Mr. T to defeat Roddy Piper & Paul Orndorff in a tag bout. To this day, the first WrestleMania stands as the only WrestleMania without a WWE Championship Match.

Source: WWE.COM (C)

Image » Exclusive Pic Of "The Beast" Brock Lesnar With Wife Former Diva "Sable"
Here is the pic of Former WWE Champion "The Beast" -- Brock Lesnar With His Wife Former Diva/Women's Champion "Sable". NOTE: The Girl in Middle is a fan.

About This Couples:

After Sable and Marc Mero became -- officially divorced in 2004, she began dating Lesnar, whom she became engaged to later that year. The engagement was called off in early 2005, but they were engaged again in January 2006. They were married on May 6, 2006. The couple have two sons together, Turk and Duke. (WIKI)


News » 10 Facts About Money In The Bank Contracts
Since Chris Jericho introduced the idea of a Money in the Bank Ladder Match in 2005, the -- captivating match and the eponymous World Title contract it guarantees has created many memorable moments in -- WWE history. To appreciate the invaluable impact made by the Money in the Bank contract since its inception, cash in these fun facts about the milestones made in the match’s wake:

  • Raw is the preferred show by Money in the Bank Ladder Match winners looking to cash in their contract. It has occurred five times on the longest-running weekly episodic television series in U.S. history. Dolph Ziggler became the most recent to accomplish the feat when he executed his contract for an impromptu World Heavyweight Title Match against Alberto Del Rio on April 8.
  • John Cena is the only Money in the Bank Ladder Match winner who did not successfully cash in a contract. Cena came up short in his WWE Title opportunity against CM Punk on Raw 1,000.
  • The Cenation leader has seen past WWE Title reigns end on two different occasions due to Money in the Bank contract cash-ins. No other former champion has had it happen more than once.
  • Edge, CM Punk and Alberto Del Rio have more than just their Money in the Bank Ladder Match victories in common. They also represent the only Superstars who successfully cashed in a Money in the Bank contract to win a World Title and had another Superstar successfully cash in a Money in the Bank contract at their expense.
  • Cena and Rob Van Dam are the only Superstars who announced in advance that they intended to cash in their Money in the Bank contract on a future date.  Cena stated he would cash in one week prior to his match against Punk, while Rob Van Dam scheduled his cash-in for ECW One Night Stand 2006. Daniel Bryan said he was cashing his contract in at WrestleMania XXVIII, but threw everyone a curveball at WWE Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2011 most notably Big Show, who had just defeated Mark Henry for the World Heavyweight Title a mere 45 seconds earlier.
  •  Edge waited 280 days to cash in the first Money in the Bank contract in WWE history, giving him the longest gap between when he won the contract and when he used it. The Rated-R Superstar used it for an impromptu WWE Title opportunity against John Cena at New Year’s Revolution 2006 after winning the contract at WrestleMania 21.
  • Kane is the first Money in the Bank Ladder Match winner to cash in on the same day that he won his World Title Match contract. The Big Red Monster successfully executed his contract against World Heavyweight Champion Rey Mysterio at Money in the Bank 2010. That also gives Kane the distinction of having the shortest gap between when he won the contract and when he used it.
  • June is the most popular month for Money in the Bank contract cash-ins, with three occurring in the sixth month of the year. CM Punk cashed in both of his contracts in June, as did Van Dam at ECW One Night Stand 2006.
  • Mr. Kennedy is the only Money in the Bank Ladder Match winner to lose his contract to another Superstar. Edge defeated Mr. Kennedy during Raw on May 7, 2007, to seize control of the contract, which he cashed in later that week to defeat The Undertaker for the World Heavyweight Title.
  • The average wait a Money in the Bank Ladder Match winner waits to cash in his contract is 92.5 days. Ninety-two days is also how long CM Punk waited to cash in his second contract, having used it for a World Heavyweight Title Match against Jeff Hardy at Extreme Rules 2009.


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News » WrestleMania Weather Report, Huge Fact About WrestleMania 29!The current forecast for WrestleMania 29 on Sunday is calling for -- clouds and sun. The high is expected to be around 64 degrees and the low around 46. There is just a 24% -- chance of rain for the day and 21% chance for night.

- An interesting fact: “More brand new Superstars than any -- other WrestleMania in history will compete at WrestleMania 29". And They Are..

  1. Dean Ambrose
  2. Seth Rollins
  3. Roman Reigns
  4. Ryback
  5. Big E Langston
  6. Fandango
  7. Brodus Clay
  8. Cameron
  9. Naomi
  10. Damien Sandow

Facts » 10 Amazing Facts About WrestleMania [Official Report]
  1. WrestleMania has not had a guest timekeeper since Jonathan Taylor Thomas at WrestleMania XI. Past guest timekeepers include Jennie Garth, Rhonda Shear, Rick Schroder and The “Where’s the Beef?” Lady.
  2. Rob Van Dam (4-0) is undefeated at WrestleMania.
  3. Cyndi Lauper isn't the only rocker to manage a WrestleMania match Alice Cooper managed Jake “The Snake” Roberts at WrestleMania III, and Ozzy Osbourne managed The British Bulldogs at WrestleMania 2.
  4. The official song of the first ’Mania was Philip Bailey’s and Phil Collins’s “Easy Lover.” [DOWNLOAD HERE]
  5. Quit belly-aching, Daniel Bryan: there have been nine WrestleMania matches that have lasted less than one minute.
  6. At WrestleMania VIII, Bret Hart was the first man ever to score a televised pin on “Rowdy” Roddy Piper without any sort of in-ring interference or controversy.
  7. Terry Funk defeated two “canines” during his only matches at WrestleMania: versus The Junkyard Dog and “The Road Dogg” Jesse James.
  8. Molly Holly is the only woman to win a men’s title at ’Mania, the Hardcore Championship.
  9. Kurt Angle is the only Superstar to lose two titles (the Intercontinental and European Titles) in one night at WrestleMania 2000.
  10. WrestleMania 21 did not feature a single tag team match.

WrestleMania » WrestleMania XIX (2003) Facts & Information
When The Rock battled Stone Cold at WrestleMania XIX, it marked the third time these two greats battled each other at WrestleMania. It was the first time The Rock came out victorious. Stone Cold spent the night prior to the match in the hospital.

WrestleMania XIX was the first WrestleMania match for Rey Mysterio, Victoria, Shelton Benjamin, Charlie Haas, Chavo Guerrero and Brock Lesnar.

WrestleMania XIX was the first time that both the World Heavyweight Championship and the WWE Championship were on the line on the same WrestleMania card. In the World Heavyweight Championship match, Triple H defeated Booker T to retain his title. In the WWE Championship match, Brock Lesnar defeated defending champ Kurt Angle.

Hulk Hogan picked up his first WrestleMania win since 1993 when he defeated Mr. McMahon at WrestleMania XIX.

The WWE Tag Team Championship was defended for the first time in WrestleMania history when the Self-Proclaimed World's Greatest Tag Team successfully defended their titles.

The World Tag Team Championship was defended on Sunday Night HEAT just prior to WrestleMania XIX. In the match Chief Morley & Lance Storm successfully defended against Kane & Rob Van Dam.


WrestleMania » WrestleMania X-8 (2002) Facts & InformationWrestleMania X8 was Diamond Dallas Page's second WrestleMania in the SkyDome. DDP was also a part of WrestleMania VI when he drove the car that took The Honky Tonk Man and Greg Valentine to the ring.

WrestleMania X8 marked only the second time the legendary event was held outside the United States (both held in Toronto's SkyDome).

For the second year in a row, William Regal opened WrestleMania with a Intercontinental Championship match. He lost both.

Hollywood Hogan returned to WrestleMania at WrestleMania X8 when he took on The Rock. It was Hogan's first WrestleMania match since WrestleMania IX.

Undertaker defeated Ric Flair at WrestleMania X8, taking his undefeated WrestleMania record to 10-0.


Facts » Bruno Sammartino - The Longest Reigning Champion (4,040 Days)Bruno Sammartino was the dominant figure in the early days of the WWE. His first title
reign began in 1963 and lasted until 1971. He regained the title in 1973 and held it until 1977. Even after losing the belt, he was still the -- top draw in the company. He headlined the 1980 Shea Stadium show by competing in a Steel Cage Match against Larry Zbyszko. He was a commentator for the WWE in the '80s. Since leaving -- the business, Bruno has been an outspoken critic against the WWE.

He won the WWWF Championship on May 17, 1963, defeating "Nature Boy" Buddy Rogers in just 48 seconds. Rogers and Sammartino did face each other two months later at Madison Square Garden in a tag team match, with -- Rogers & Handsome Johnny Barend defeating Bruno & Bobo Brazil 2 falls to 1. Sammartino did not trust Rogers (who had a reputation for taking cheap shots) and the two did not work together very much during the match.

However, Rogers retired prior to their scheduled title rematch on October 4, 1963, in Jersey City, NJ's Roosevelt Stadium. Sammartino -- instead that night had his first match against new #1 contender, Gorilla Monsoon (Monsoon won on disqualification, starting a monumentally successful feud).

Sammartino kept this title for seven years, eight months, and one day; it still stands as the longest continuous world title -- reign in men's wrestling history.

WrestleMania » WrestleMania X-Seven (2001) Facts & InformationFor the second WrestleMania in a row, Edge & Christian captured the World Tag Team Championship in a match that also included the Dudleys and the Hardy Boyz. Like WrestleMania 2000's version, it was a Ladder Match, but this time, it also included tables and chairs, officially making it a TLC Match.

The 67,925 fans at the Reliant Astrodome established a new all-time record for that facility.

The Rock competed in his third consecutive WrestleMania main event at X-Seven; he has lost all three.

Stone Cold improved his main event record to 3-0, and has won the WWE Championship in all three of those main events.

Stone Cold vs. The Rock is only the second match to be a main event at two WrestleMania events Bret Hart vs. Yokozuna highlighted WrestleMania IX and X.

Five different championships changed hands at WrestleMania X-Seven the most ever.

WrestleMania X-Seven marked the WrestleMania in-ring debut of the man who conceptualized the event, Vince McMahon, when he took on his son Shane.

The Iron Sheik won the Gimmick Battle Royal at WrestleMania X-Seven, marking his first WrestleMania win in nearly 15 years.


WrestleMania » Random WrestleMania Match Facts
Here are some Random WrestleMania Match Facts & records including Longest, Shortest Matches in Mania history, Match with Most Competitors in mania history etc. Lets check out:

Longest Match:
WM 12: Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels (over 60Mins)

Shortest Match:
WM 24: Kane vs. Chavo Guerrero

Shortest Final Match:
WM 9: Hulk Hogan vs. Yokozuna

Match with Most Competitors:
WM 14: Tag Team Battle Royal (30 competitors)

Matches featuring Junior Division Wrestlers against the regular roster:
WM 3: Hillbilly Jim, The Haiti Kid, & Little Beaver vs. King Kong Bundy, Little Tokyo & Lord Littlebrook
WM 10: Doink & Dink vs. Luna Vachon & Bam Bam Bigelow

Mixed Tag Team Matches:
WM 6: Dusty Rhodes & Sapphire vs. Randy Savage & Sherri Martel
WM 10: Doink & Dink vs. Luna Vachon & Bam Bam Bigelow
WM 14: Marc Mero & Sable vs. Goldust & Luna
WM 16: Too Cool & Chyna vs. Eddie Guerrero, Perry Saturn & Dean Malenko
WM 27: Snooki, Trish Stratus, & John Morrison vs. Michelle McCool, Layla, & Dolph Ziggler

WrestleMania Rematches:
WM 3,4: Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant
WM 9,10: Bret Hart vs. Yokozuna
WM 15,17,19: The Rock vs. Steve Austin
WM 14,20: The Undertaker vs. Kane
WM 16: Chris Benoit vs. Kurt Angle vs. Chris Jericho (twice the same night)
WM 16,17: Edge & Christian vs. The Dudley Boyz vs The Hardy Boyz
WM 25,26: The Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels
WM 17,27,28: The Undertaker vs. Triple H

Hair vs Hair Matches:
WM 3: Adrian Adonis vs. Roddy Piper
WM 20: Victoria vs. Molly Holly
WM 23: Battle of the Billionaires: Umaga vs. Lashley

Ladder Matches:
WM 10: Razor Ramon vs. Shawn Michaels
WM 16: The Dudley Boyz vs. The Hardy Boyz vs. Edge & Christian
WM 17: The Dudley Boyz vs. The Hardy Boyz vs. Edge & Christian
WM 21: Edge vs. Chris Benoit vs. Kane vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Chris Jericho vs. Christian
WM 22: Rob Van Dam vs. Matt Hardy vs. Lashley vs. Finlay vs. Ric Flair vs. Shelton Benjamin
WM 23: Ken Kennedy vs. Edge vs. CM Punk vs. King Booker vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Finlay vs. Matt Hardy vs. Randy Orton
WM 24: CM Punk vs. Chris Jericho vs. Carlito vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. MVP vs. Ken Kennedy vs. Shelton Benjamin
WM 25: CM Punk vs. Mark Henry vs. Finlay vs. MVP vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Christian vs. Kofi Kingston
WM 26: Christian vs. Kane vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Jack Swagger vs. MVP vs. Matt Hardy vs. Evan Bourne vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Kofi Kingston

Matches Featuring Celebrities Wrestling:
WM 1: Mr. T & Hulk Hogan vs. Roddy Piper & Paul Orndorff
WM 2: Mr. T vs. Roddy Piper in a boxing match
WM 2: 20 man battle royal with several NFL players
WM 11: Lawrence Taylor vs. Bam Bam Bigelow
WM 15: Butterbean vs. Bart Gunn
WM 21: Akebono vs. The Big Show
WM 24: Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Big Show
WM 27: Snooki, Trish Stratus, & John Morrison vs. Michelle McCool, Layla, & Dolph Ziggler
WM 28: Maria Menounos & Kelly Kelly beat Beth Phoenix & Eve

Handicap Matches:
WM 5: Demolition vs. The Powers of Pain and Mr. Fuji
WM 19: Undertaker vs. Big Show & A-Train
WM 22: The Boogey Man vs. Booker T & Sharmell
WM 25: Chris Jericho vs. Roddy Piper, Jimmy Snuka, & Ricky Steamboat

Heel vs. Heel Matches:
WM 15: The Undertaker vs The Big Bossman

Face vs. Face Matches:
WM 6: Hulk Hogan vs The Ultimate Warrior
WM 8: Roddy Piper vs Bret Hart
WM 12: Bret Hart vs Shawn Michaels
WM 13: Undertaker vs Sid
WM 17: The Rock vs Steve Austin
WM 23: Shawn Michaels vs John Cena
WM 23: The Undertaker vs Batista
WM 24: Ric Flair vs. Shawn Michaels
WM 25: Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels
WM 26: Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels
WM 27: Undertaker vs. Triple H
WM 28: Undertaker vs. Triple H
WM 28: The Rock vs. John Cena

Matches That Ended by Submission:
WM 1: Tito Santana beat The Executioner
WM 3: Roddy Piper beat Adrian Adonis
WM 6: Rick Martel beat Koko B Ware
WM 11: Bret Hart beat Bob Backlund
WM 13: Bret Hart beat Steve Austin
WM 20: Chris Benoit beat Triple H & Shawn Michaels
WM 21: Kurt Angle beat Shawn Michaels
WM 22: John Cena beat Triple H
WM 23: John Cena beat Shawn Michaels
WM 24: Undertaker beat Edge
WM 25: Chris Jericho beat Jimmy Snuka
WM 26: Bret Hart beat Vince McMahon
WM 26: John Cena beat Batista
WM 27: The Undertaker beat Triple H
WM 28: CM Punk beat Chris Jericho

Matches Where Both the Combatants Are No Longer With Us:
WM 1: Andre the Giant vs. Big John Studd
WM 2: Uncle Elmer vs. Adrian Adonis
WM 5: Curt Hennig vs. The Blue Blazer
WM 6: Earthquake vs. Hercules
WM 7: Dino Bravo vs. Kerry Von Erich
WM 7: The Big Bossman vs. Curt Hennig
WM 10: Randy Savage vs. Crush
WM 17: Eddie Guerrero vs. Test

SRC With Respect: - (C) Eric Cohen 

WrestleMania » WrestleMania 2000 Facts & InformationTriple H's win in the main event of WrestleMania 2000 was the first time that a fan favorite did not emerge from a WrestleMania event as WWE Champion.

Hardcore Holly emerged from WrestleMania 2000 as the Hardcore Champion. It was the second consecutive WrestleMania at which he won that title.

At WrestleMania 2000, Kurt Angle lost both the Intercontinental and European Championships - without being pinned. Competing in a two-fall Triple Threat Match with Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit, Angle lost the Intercontinental Championship when Benoit beat Jericho, and the European Championship when Jericho beat Benoit.

Edge & Christian won their first World Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania 2000 when they won the amazing Ladder Match that also included the Dudleys and the Hardy Boyz.

When Chris Benoit won the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania 2000, it marked the first time that title had changed hands at a WrestleMania event in eight years dating back to WrestleMania VIII in 1992.

WrestleMania 2000 marked the Big Boss Man's sixth WrestleMania appearance.

WrestleMania 2000 saw the Hardcore Championship change hands 11 times, as a result of the unique stipulations of the 15-minute Hardcore Battle Royal. At the end of the match, Hardcore Holly was the champion.

WrestleMania 2000 is the only WrestleMania ever which did not feature a traditional one-on-one match.

Chyna made her WrestleMania in-ring debut at WrestleMania 2000, teaming with Too Cool to take on the Radicalz.

The nine men who competed in matches for the Intercontinental, European and World Tag Team Championships at WrestleMania 2000 Kurt Angle, Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho, Edge, Christian, the Dudleys and the Hardy Boyz were all making their in-ring WrestleMania debuts.



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