Road to WrestleMania 2012


The Giant defeated Stan Hansen by disqualification in 0:15:56.

Bret Hart and The Sandman beat Skip and Dean Malenko when B. Hart pinned Skip after a German suplex in 0:16:57.

Toshiaki Kawada made Too Cold Scorpio submit to the Stretch Plum in 0:13:19.

Special Six-Man-Tag Match
The Steiner Brothers and Owen Hart and The Eliminators and Justin Bradshaw battled to a double disqualification in 0:00:12.

Miami Street Fight Match
Razor Ramon pinned Goldust with the Razor's Edge in 0:18:01.
Cactus Jack and Abdullah the Butcher beat Diesel and Shawn Michaels when Cactus Jack pinned Diesel with the Leaping DDT in 0:16:43.

Chris Benot made Brian Pillman submit to a sleeperhold in 0:16:05.

Steve Austin and Eddy Guerrero beat Horsemen Flair & Anderson when S. Austin pinned Anderson with the Stone Cold Stunner in 0:14:28.

Match Observations:

Ahmed Johnson went absolutely ballistic on the Giant causing a DQ win for him
over Stan Hansen. The wily Texan was less than thrilled by Johnson's display and
told him to stay out of his business, or else...

There probably wasn't a weirder match than tonight's six man tag in the history
of the WWF. For no reason whatsoever, the referee called for a double DQ without
a single punch being thrown... maybe WWF officials should check into this ref.

Frustration should be something pretty common to Goldust by now. He lost to
Razor Ramon several straight times now and keeps coming back for more every
single time. They will meet again at WrestleMania in a First Blood Cage Match.

The wrestling world was in shock when Cactus Jack revealed his tag team partner
as Abdullah The Butcher. Butcher has never wrestled in the WWF before, and for
good reason. He's a lunatic, and it showed. Michaels' and Diesel's foreheads
looked like the Grand Canyon after the match was over. Cactus Jack seems to be
on a major roll right now.

Chris Benoit and Brian Pillman will also meet once again at WrestleMania, this
time in a Falls-Count-Anywhere Texas Death Match.

Steve Austin and Eddy Guerrero didn't get along at all in their match against
the Horsemen. After a screwed-up double team move, Austin refused to tag out to
Guerrero and wrestled the last ten minutes of the match by himself. Guerrero,
who was pretty frustrated by this, confronted Austin after the match and was
laid out by the WWF World Champion. Austin doesn't seem to get along with

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