American Wrestling Trivia

World Wrestling Federation 1994


Royal Rumble 1994

1994-01-22, Providence Civic Center, Providence, Rhode Island, USA

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Other scheduled participants for the Royal Rumble:
Kamala, 1-2-3-Kid, Bastion Booger, Ludvig Borga

International Tour 1994

1994-02-07, Jerusalem, Israel; 1994-02-08, Tel Aviv, Israel
  1. WWF championship:
    Bret Hart def. Yokozuna (DQ)
  2. Diesel def. Marty Jannetty
  3. Doink def. Bam Bam Bigelow
  4. Lex Luger def. Jeff Jarrett
  5. Steiner Brothers def. Quebecers (c-o)
  6. Kwang def. Jim Powers
  7. Adam Bomb def. Billy Gunn

WrestleMania X

1994-03-20, Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA

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  1. Owen "Rocket" Hart def. Bret "Hit Man" Hart
    Owen succeeded to stop a "victory roll" from the Hit Man, and turned it into a small package.
  2. "Mixed" Tag Team Match:
    Bam Bam Bigelow & Luna Vachon def. Doink & Dink
    A really mysterious tag team match, where we saw Dink vs. Luna Vachon...
  3. Falls count anywhere in the building match:
    (After a pin, the loser had 60 seconds to return to the ring)
    "Macho Man" Randy Savage def. Crush
    Macho Man pinned Crush outside the main hall, and hung him up in some lines, from where Crush could not return to the ring.
  4. WWF Women Championship Match:
    Alundra Blayze (ch) def. Leilani Kai
    Very good wrestling from both ladies, but lots of bodyslams using the hair.
  5. WWF Tag Team Championship Match:
    Men On A Mission def. Quebecers (ch) (c-o)
    Men On A Mission won by the means of a countout, but they took the belts, although you cannot win on a countout.
  6. 1st WWF Championship Match:
    Yokozuna (ch) (568lbs...) def. Lex Luger (dq)
    Guest referee: Mr. Perfect
    Lex Luger had Yokozuna in "pin" position, but Perfect did not count, he saw it, but he turned over to Mr.Cornette (spokesperson for Yokozuna), who Lex had bodyslammed in the ring. Lex Luger tried to get Perfect's attention, but he turned to Mr.Fuji (Yokozuna's manager), and Lex again tried to get his attention, but then he got disqualified.
  7. Earthquake def. Adam Bomb
    This match must have been WM10's longest one, it lasted for two minutes...
  8. WWF Intercontinental Championship Match, Ladder Match:
    Razor Ramon (ch) def. Shawn Michaels
    This was a ladder match, with Razors I.C belt, and Shawn's old I.C belt suspended over the ring. The only way to win was to get the ladder into the ring, and climb up and take the belts. Easier said than done.
  9. 2nd WWF Championship Match:
    Bret "Hit Man" Hart def. Yokozuna (ch)
    Guest referee: "Hot Rod" Rowdy Roddy Piper
    The Hit Man was set up for a banzai drop, but sat up just as the champion was about to do his work. Hit Man then could successfully pin him.

Scheduled match:
1-2-3-Kid, Thurman "Sparky" Plugg, Tatanka, Smoking Gunns vs. IRS, Jeff Jarrett, "Model" Rick Martel, Headshrinkers

King of the Ring 1994

1994-06-19, Baltimore Arena, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

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Preceding Qualifying Matches:

  1. WWF Superstars week 17: Scott Steiner / IRS: I.R.S
  2. WWF Monday Night Raw week 19: Razor Ramon / Kwang: Razor Ramon
  3. WWF Superstars week 18: Mabel / Pierre: Mabel
  4. WWF Monday Night Raw week 20: Sparky Plugg / Bam Bam Bigelow: Bam Bam Bigelow
  5. WWF Superstars week 19: Lex Luger / Jeff Jarrett: Jeff Jarrett
  6. WWF Monday Night Raw week 21: Doink / Owen Hart: Owen Hart
    (initially scheduled as Earthquake vs. Owen Hart, but changed when Earthquake left for WCW)
  7. WWF Superstars week 20: 1-2-3-Kid / Adam Bomb: 1-2-3-Kid
  8. WWF Monday Night Raw week 22: Tatanka / Crush: Tatanka

Matches on the main event itself

Summerslam 1994

1994-08-29, United Center, Chicago, Illinois, USA

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  1. Bam Bam Bigelow & Irwin R. Schyster def. The Head Shrinkers (dq)
  2. WWF Womens Championship Match:
    Alundra Blayze (ch) def. Bull Nakano
  3. WWF Intercontinental Championship Match:
    Razor Ramon def. Diesel (ch)
  4. Tatanka def. Lex Luger
    Tatanka had accused Lex Luger of having "sold out" to Ted DiBiase, The Million Dollar Man. At the end of the match it stood clear that Tatanka was the one who had sold out.
  5. Jeff Jarrett def. Mabel
  6. WWF Championship Match: Steel Cage Match:
    Bret "Hit Man" Hart def. "King Of Harts" Owen Hart
    After the match, Owen's, and Bret's, brother-in-law, Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart interfered, sending Bret back into the ring. All(?) of the Hart brothers and another brother-in-law, "British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith came to his rescue.
  7. Main Event:
    Paul Bearer's Undertaker def. Ted DiBiase's (fake) Undertaker
    Quite an interesting match-up, where Ted DiBiase introduced "his" Undertaker as "the one and only", and Paul Bearer's was introduced the same way... Paul Bearer brought in a casket with an urn, with which he brought the "real" Undertaker in. The "Undertakers" had quite similar wrestling styles, but it was an interesting match, but not hard to figure out who should win.

Survivor Series 1994

1994-11-23, Freeman Colliseum, San Antonio, Texas, USA

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  1. "Bad Guys" (Razor Ramon, 1-2-3-Kid, British Bulldog Davey Boy Smith, Head Shrinkers (Seone, Fatu)) def. Teamsters (Shawn Michaels, Diesel, Jeff Jarrett, Owen Hart, Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart)
    Eliminated in order: Fatu, 1-2-3-Kid, Seanu, Bulldog and the Teamsters (all five by count-out)
  2. "Royal Family" (The King, Cheesy, Sleezy, Queezy) def. Clowns are us (Doink, Dink, Wink, Pink)
    Eliminated in order:
    1. Doink
    2. Dink
    3. Wink
    4. Pink
  3. Million $ Team (Tatanka, King Kong, Bam Bam, Heavenly Bodies (Pritchard, DelRey)) def. Guts & Glory (Lex Luger, Adam Bomb, Mabel, Smoking Gunns (Bart & Billy))
    Eliminated in order:
    1. Tom Pritchard
    2. Mable
    3. Adam Bomb
    4. Jimmy Delray
    5. Bart Gunn
    6. Billy Gunn
    7. Tatanka
    8. Lex Luger
  4. Championship match, submission match:
    Mr. Bob Backlund def. Bret "Hit Man" Hart
  5. Casket match:
    Special trouble-shooting referee: Chuck Norris.
    Undertaker def. Yokozuna

Special Tour 1994

1994-12-04, Tel Aviv, Israel
  1. Lex Luger def. Tatanka
  2. Intercontinental championship:
    Razor Ramon def. Jeff Jarrett
  3. Smoking Gunns def. Heavenly Bodies
  4. British Bulldog def. King Kong Bundy
  5. Duke Droese def. Kwang
  6. Bushwackers def. Timothy Well & Barry Horowitz
  7. Man-o-War def. Pierre

Tag Team Championship Tournament 1994-1995

End of 1994 to early 1995

Since the WWF Tag Team Championship was declared vacant after Diesel and Shawn Michaels (the previous champs) started arguing, there was a tournament held:

Bam Bam Bigelow & Tatanka(1) Bam Bam Bigelow & Tatanka(5) Bam Bam Bigelow & TatankaFinals held at
Royal Rumble 1995
Men On a Mission
Headshrinkers(3) Headshrinkers (dq)
Jim "Anvil" Neidhart & Owen Hart
Heavenly Bodies(2) Heavenly Bodies(6) 1-2-3-Kid & Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly
1-2-3-Kid & Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly(4) 1-2-3-Kid & Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly
Well Dunn

1-2-3-Kid / Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly replaced Smoking Gunns.

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