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Interesting Facts About WrestleMania 37 (Night 2)

Asuka's Losing Streak Continued At WrestleMania 37 After Loss To Rhea Ripley WrestleFeed App

• Interesting Facts About WrestleMania 37 (Night 2)

– Randy Orton wrestled his 17th WrestleMania match.

– Bray Wyatt suffered his 4th loss at WrestleMania. His record at the Show of Shows is 1-4.

– Sheamus was the United States Champion at WrestleMania 27 (he faced Daniel Bryan in a dark match) and he won the United States Championship 10 years later at WrestleMania 37.

– Daniel Bryan competed in a dark match (before the show) at WrestleMania 27 and 10 years later, he main evented WrestleMania 37.

– WrestleMania 37 (Night 2) featured Roman Reigns’ 5th WrestleMania main event, and Edge & Daniel Bryan’s 2nd WrestleMania main event.

– WrestleMania 37 marked the first time since WrestleMania 19 that John Cena didn’t make an appearance at the Show of Shows, thus ending his 17 year streak.

– Asuka’s losing streak at WrestleMania continued this year, when she lost the RAW Women’s Championship to Rhea Ripley. She’s 0-4 at WrestleMania. Sasha Banks has a similar losing streak going on at WrestleMania, as she’s 0-6.

– WrestleMania 37 marked the end of a 31 year long streak – we had a WrestleMania event which didn’t feature any of the following 3 names in matches:

The Undertaker

Triple H

Shawn Michaels

From WrestleMania 5 (1989) till WrestleMania 36 (2020), at least one of the above 3 names have had matches at the Show of Shows.

WrestleMania 5 & 6 had Shawn Michaels in action. Then The Undertaker’s WrestleMania streak began at WrestleMania 7. Undertaker missed WrestleMania 10, 16 & 35, but Michaels had a match at WrestleMania 10 and Triple H had matches at WrestleMania 16 & 35.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 13, 1997) – ECW Barely Legal

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on April 13, 1997, Extreme Championship Wrestling aired their first ever PPV, titled ‘ECW Barely Legal’ LIVE from the ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

This PPV was highlighted by Old School NWA Legend Terry Funk trying to win the ECW World Heavyweight Championship.

Here are the full results from the event:

ECW World Tag Team Championship: The Eliminators defeated The Dudley Boyz (c)

Rob Van Dam defeated Lance Storm

The Great Sasuke, Gran Hamada & Masato Yakushiji1 defeated bWo Japan

ECW World Television Championship: Shane Douglas (c) defeated Pitbull #2

Taz defeated Sabu

Three-Way: Terry Funk defeated The Sandman and Stevie Richards

ECW World Heavyweight Championship: Terry Funk defeated Raven (c)

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