WrestleMania XIV


Aldo Montoya pinned Dean Malenko after an inside cradle in 0:12:45.

The Nasty Boys and The Heavenly Bodies battled to a draw in 0:30:00.

1-2-3 Kid pinned IRS after a backslide in 0:08:50.
Kwang and Hakushi beat Adam Bomb and Big Titan when Kwang pinned Adam Bomb with the Savate Kick in 0:23:50.

Rick Rude pinned Steve Williams with the Rude Awakening in 0:20:36.

The Can-Am Express beat The Blue Brothers when Kroffat pinned E. Blue with the Tiger Driver in 0:34:28.

Loser-Leaves-Town Match
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Tatanka via pinfall in 0:23:52.

Razor Ramon and Lex Luger beat Ludvig Borga and Yokozuna when Razor defeated Borga by disqualification in 0:17:00.

The Undertaker pinned Bruiser Bedlam after a choke slam in 0:19:02.

Cactus Jack and Man Mountain Rock beat Chris Benoît and Owen Hart when Cactus Jack pinned Benoît with the Leaping DDT in 0:30:34.

Marty Jannetty in Bret Hart's Corner
Bret Hart pinned Shawn Michaels after a German suplex in 0:21:01.

Match Observations:

Ted DiBiase had as off a night as off can be. First, his newest protegé, Dean
Malenko lost to Aldo Montoya, then IRS fell victim to a quick backslide by the
1-2-3 Kid. However the biggest blow to the Corporation came when Tatanka lost a
loser-leaves-town match to DiBiase's arch enemy Bam Bam Bigelow.

After losing the Intercontinental Title to the Ravishing One, Steve Williams
claimed he didn't want to pursue a third IC title reign, but instead will go
for the world title. According to Williams, he doesn't care whom he'll have to
beat for it - be it Shawn Michaels or Bret Hart.

Someone else who definitely should be in line for a title shot is the Undertaker
who just comes off a tremendous win streak.

When Man Mountain Rock said his mystery partner would be someone just as crazy
as himself - if not even crazier, he certainly wasn't kidding. However, even
MMR probably didn't believe they'd shoot to the top of the tag team division
immediately. They shouldn't rest on their laurels, as some tremendous teams are
in line for title shots, such as the former champions, Chris Benoît and Owen
Hart, the Blue Brothers, Jim Cornette's Heavenly Bodies, Kwang and Hakushi and
Ted DiBiase's newest aquisition, Terry and Dory Funk, the Funk Brothers.

You should have seen the looks on Shawn Michaels face as Bret Hart came to the
ring with the Heartbreak Kid's former tag team partner and current arch enemy
Marty Jannetty. Bret Hart certainly didn't bet on the wrong horse, as Jannetty
more than offset Sid Vicious and was highly instrumental in the Hitman retaining
the WWF title.

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