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WrestleMania 7, all out war
WrestleMania History



Date: March 24, 1991.

Place: The Los Angeles Sports Arena, Los Angeles.

Attendance: 16,158.

WWE Company Line: "The seventh WrestleMania extravaganza was held at the Los Angeles Sports Arena, where nearly 16,000 WWF fans packed the facility, setting a Sports Arena record. Held for the first time exclusively on the West Coast, WrestleMania VII continued its tradition as the world's greatest sports-entertainment spectacular. With every available ticket purchased almost two months in advance, WrestleMania VII was at that time the earliest sellout in the history of the Federation and created a sensation in the usually laid-back southern California community. Available to millions of fans via pay-per-view cable television and through increased satellite technology, WrestleMania was seen by fans in more ways than before."

Celebrity Appearances: Willie Nelson (vocalist), Regis Phillbin (announcer), Alex Trebek (announcer).

SLAM! Wrestling Review: By JOHN POWELL

WRESTLEMANIA The WWF capitalizes on the patriotism surrounding the on-going Gulf War to enlist The Real American, Hulk Hogan, for active duty once again. Since stripping The Ultimate Warrior of the WWF World Title, Sgt. Slaughter has been on a rampage with his manager General Adnon spewing hateful venom against America and extolling the virtues of Iraq. Although Slaughter's best days are behind him he has commendable slugfest with Hogan. The best part being the wickedly cool backstage fireball thrown in Hogan's face which was filmed but shown afterward on the WWF's flagship Saturday wrestling show. The Blindfold Match goes down as one of the worst matches...ever. Randy Savage puts his career on the line against The Ultimate Warrior and a mystery guest shows up to aid Savage. There's a nice twist thrown into the Nasty Boys - Hart Foundation match too.

Favourite Moments: Randy Savage goes out with style. Hogan gets hardcore...as hardcore as he can be any ways.

Least Favourite Moments: Jimmy Snuka as a jobber...again. The Blindfold Match.

Rating: Average.

WRESTLEMANIA VII STORIES
  • Mania Moments: No. 26 - Savage, Elizabeth reunite
  • The Streak: Superfly first to fall
  • Macho Man's 'Mania memories
  • Rick Martel's Wrestlemania memories
  • WrestleMania Rewind: Hogan beats Sgt. Slaughter
  • WrestleMania Rewind: Everything it's supposed to be
  • WrestleMania Rewind: WWF using hard sell

    WrestleMania 7 Results

    Match
    Winner(s)
    1. The Rockers vs Haku / The Barbarian The Rockers.
    2. The Texas Tornado vs Dino Bravo The Texas Tornado.
    3. The Warlord vs The British Bulldog The British Bulldog.
    4. Jake "The Snake" Roberts vs Rick "The Model" Martel (Blindfold Match) Jake "The Snake" Roberts.
    5. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka vs The Undertaker The Undertaker.
    6. The Ultimate Warrior vs Randy "Macho Man" Savage (Retirement Match) The Ultimate Warrior.
    7. Demolition vs Tenryu / Tatoi Tenryu / Tatoi.
    8. The Hart Foundation vs The Nasty Boys (Tag Team Title) The Nasty Boys.
    9. Mr. Perfect vs The Big Bossman (Intercontinental Title) Big Boss Man (via DQ).
    10. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine vs Earthquake Earthquake.
    11. The Legion Of Doom vs Power And Glory The Legion Of Doom.
    12. Ted Dibiase vs Virgil Virgil.
    13. The Mountie vs Tito Santana The Mountie.
    14. Hulk Hogan vs Sgt. Slaughter (World Title) Hulk Hogan.


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