• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (March 20, 1994) – WWF WrestleMania X
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on March 20, 1994, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WrestleMania X’ LIVE on PPV from the world-famous Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.
This was the 10th annual WrestleMania event with the inaugural WrestleMania happening in 1985. Even nowadays WrestleMania is still by far the biggest professional wrestling event on the planet each year.
The show had the tagline “Ten Years in the Making”.
Here are the PPV results:
– Owen Hart defeated Bret Hart
– Bam Bam Bigelow & Luna Vachon defeated Dink The Clown & Doink The Clown
– Falls Count Anywhere match: Randy Savage defeated Crush
– WWF Women’s Championship: Alundra Blayze (c) defeated Leilani Kai
– WWF Tag Team Championship: Men on a Mission defeated The Quebecers (c) via count-out
– WWF World Heavyweight Championship: Yokozuna (c) defeated Lex Luger via DQ
– Earthquake defeated Adam Bomb
– Ladder match – Undisputed WWF Intercontinental Championship: Razor Ramon (c) defeated Shawn Michaels
– WWF World Heavyweight Championship: Bret Hart defeated Yokozuna (c)
• WWE Set To Make History At WrestleMania 35
According to WrestleVotes, next month’s WrestleMania 35 PPV is set to feature a total of 17 matches and this is despite the fact that WWE officials are trying to control the total number of matches that they put out.
Heard from a source that there’s a push backstage to “control the match count” for WrestleMania.
However, source says as of now it could be as high as 17 total matches. SEVENTEEN.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) March 19, 2019
If this happens, then WWE will make history at WrestleMania 35 by putting out the highest number of matches ever in the history of a single WrestleMania PPV.
With that being said, WrestleMania 35 is also expected to be the longest WWE PPV of all time.