Munich Mania

Results

1-2-3 Kid pinned Owen Hart after a belly-to-belly suplex in 0:18:12.

Number-One-Contenders-Match
Rock'n'Roll Express beat The Heavenly Bodies when Gibson pinned Del Rey after
a crucifix in 0:51:28.


Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Barry Windham by disqualification in 0:18:54.

The Midnight Express beat Marty Jannetty and Chris Benoît when Lane pinned Jannetty after the Midnight Drop in 0:34:09.

Number-One-Contenders-Match
Shawn Michaels pinned Steve Williams after a superkick in 0:18:38.

Razor Ramon pinned Paul Orndorff with the Razor's Edge in 0:20:59.

Two-out-of-three-Falls Match
Stan Hansen beat Bret Hart 2 falls to 0 :
x Stan Hansen via a short lariat in 0:14:50
x Stan Hansen via a power bomb in 0:25:57


The Undertaker and Cactus Jack beat Vader and Scott Norton when Undertaker pinned Vader after a waistlock suplex in 0:38:02.

Match Observations:

Jim Cornette was furious about Jimmy Del Rey costing his team a chance at the
Midnight Express' tag team titles. The Louisville Slugger fired the Gigolo on
the spot, and Cornette, Prichard and the Midnight Express beat up the former
Heavenly Body to the point he had to check in to a local hospital.

He suffered three broken ribs and a fractured left shinbone, which will keep him
out of action for at least five to six months.

Meanwhile, Cornette has announced he'll bring in a new partner for Prichard very
soon.

The question remains as to why Cornette wanted the Bodies to get a shot at his
Express. Maybe he had it all figured out ? Perhaps he only wanted to make sure
one of his teams will emerge from WrestleMania with the tag titles ? Maybe he
just wanted to keep his boys competitive since there is legit heat between Stan
Lane and Jimmy Del Rey, since Del Rey took Lane's spot in the Heavenly Bodies
after Lane was pinned in a Loser-Leaves-SMW match back in 1993.

There have been rumors going around that Ted DiBiase is attempting to bring back
Dory and Terry Funk, the legendary Funk Brothers.

Bret Hart has gotten highly frustrated by his inability to beat the burly Texan
Stan Hansen. Maybe his brain was on temporary vacation when he challenged the
Lariat to a Loser-Leaves-Town match at WrestleMania. This could very well spell
the end for Hart's 16-year WWF stint. On the other hand, he might be able to rid
the WWF of its lone undefeated wrestler for good.

Speaking of WrestleMania, the Undertaker will be getting a shot at Vader's WWF
title. Rest assured - pardon the pun - that the Undertaker hasn't forgotten what
Vader did to him in their last match. He is out to seek revenge, and he may very
well get it.

After WrestleMania, the WWF will embark on another four-day tour of Japan. This
time around, they have aquired the services of Hiroshi Hase, Genichiro Tenryu,
Great Sasuke, Keiji "Great Muta" Muto, Shiro Koshinaka and Kuniaki Kobayashi of
Heisei Ishingun, WAR's Masao Orihara, Shinjiro Otani and last but not least
FMW's Mr. Pogo.

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