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4. On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (June 25, 1995) – King Of The Ring 1995

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on June 25th 1995, the WWF aired ‘King of the Ring 1995’ on PPV from The Spectrum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

In 1995 ECW was hot and Philly would let the WWF know by chanting “ECW” quite a lot during that PPV.

After an already qualified Razor Ramon was out of the tournament because of a rib injury, his replacement Savio Vega had to wrestle a qualifying match against I.R.S. on the PPV Pre-Show, which he won and made it all the way to the final match, hence being the first and only Wrestler, who ever wrestled 4 matches in one night at a King of the Ring PPV.


King Mabel coronation (King of the Ring 1995) von WWFOldSchool

Here are the results from that night:

Qualifying match
Savio Vega defeated Irwin R. Schyster

Quarter-final
Savio Vega defeated Yokozuna by countout

Quarter-final
The Roadie defeated Bob Holly

Quarter-final
Shawn Michaels vs. Kama ended in a time-limit draw

Quarter-final
Mabel defeated The Undertaker

Semi-final
Savio Vega defeated The Roadie

Kiss My Foot
Bret Hart defeated Jerry Lawler

Final
Mabel defeated Savio Vega

Diesel & Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Tatanka & Psycho Sid

        
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