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Steve Austin Breaks The Undertaker’s WrestleMania Record

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• Steve Austin Breaks The Undertaker’s WrestleMania Record

Night 1 of WrestleMania 38 took place last night. Below are some interesting stats from this event:

– “Stone Cold” Steve Austin now holds the record for being the oldest wrestler to main event WrestleMania. He is 57 years old.

Previous record was held by The Undertaker, who was 55 years old when he main evented WrestleMania 36 – Night 1 in 2020.

– Austin now also holds the record for the most gap between two WrestleMania main events of a wrestler: 21 years. His last WrestleMania main event was in 2001, WrestleMania X-Seven against The Rock.

– Drew McIntyre now holds the following two first-time ever feats:

1. 1st Man to kick out of the End Of Days (Baron Corbin’s finisher)

2. 1st Man to cut the ring ropes at WrestleMania

– Bianca Belair nows joins Becky Lynch as the only two women who have won both the RAW & SmackDown Women’s Titles at WrestleMania.

– Last night was the first time Becky lost the RAW Women’s Title via pinfall since her WrestleMania 35 win. She previously relinquished this title in 2020 due to pregnancy and never lost it officially, until last night.

– Seth Rollins wrestled his 10th WrestleMania match last night.

– Seth Rollins now has 3 back-to-back losses at WrestleMania (36, 37, 38).

– Charlotte Flair became the second woman in WWE to pin Ronda Rousey.

– Kevin Owens main evented WrestleMania for the first time ever and Austin main evented for the 4th time.

– The Undertaker made his record 28th appearance at WrestleMania.

– Last night’s appearance was the first time ever that The Undertaker appeared at WrestleMania and didn’t have a match.

Also Read: Stone Cold Comments On Winning His WrestleMania 38 Match & Retiring In Dallas

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 3, 2012) – A WWF Legend Passed Away

On this day in 2012, we lost Old School (W)WWF Legend “Chief” Jay Strongbow (Real name: Luke Scarpa) at the age of 83.

“Chief” Jay Strongbow wrestled for the World Wide Wrestling Federation from 1970 until 1977 and again for the now renamed World Wrestling Federation from 1979 till 1983, before he became a road agent for them.

The former 4-time (W)WWF World Tag Team Champion was inducted into the WWF Hall of Fame in 1994 by Gorilla Monsoon.

† REST IN PEACE CHIEF JAY STRONGBOW

October 4, 1928 – April 3, 2012

        
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