WWE PPV WRESTLING RESULTS
April 4, 1993 - Las Vegas, Nevada - Caesar's Palace
Announcers: Jim Ross (debut), Randy Savage & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
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- DARK MATCH: Tito Santana def Papa Shango..
- IC TITLE MATCH: Tatanka def Shawn Michaels (champ) w/Luna by count-out (HBK retains)..
- Shawn Michaels' former valet, Sensational Sherri, came down to ringside to prevent Luna from interfering..
- After the match, Luna Vachon attacked Sensational Sherri, and Tatanka helped her to the back..
- TAG MATCH: The Steiner Brothers (Rick & Scott) def The Headshrinkers (Fatu & Samu) w/Afa..
- MATCH: Doink (Matt Borne) def Crush with help from a second Doink (Steve Keirn)!
- MATCH: Razor Ramon def Bob Backlund..
- TAG TITLE MATCH: Money Inc. (IRS & Ted DiBiase) def Hulk Hogan & Brutus Beefcake w/Jimmy Hart by DQ..
- GRUDGE MATCH: "The Narcisist" Lex Luger def Mr. Perfect (Perfect's feet were on the ropes)..
- After the match, Lex Luger knocked Mr. Perfect out with a loaded forearm smash to the head!
- Mr. Perfect chased Lex Luger backstage, where he was brutally attacked by Shawn Michaels!
- MATCH: The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer def Giant Gonzales w/Harvey Wippleman by DQ..
- Giant Gonzales rendered The Undertaker unconsious with a rag soaked in Chloraform..
- The Undertaker woke up while being stretchered out, and cleared Giant Gonzales out of the ring!..
- WWF TITLE MATCH: Yokozuna w/Mr. Fuji def Bret Hart to win the title!
- After the match, Mr. Fuji challenged Hulk Hogan to a WWF title match on the spot..
- Hulk Hogan got Bret Hart's blessing and accepted the challenge!
- WWF TITLE MATCH: Hulk Hogan def Yokozuna w/Mr. Fuji to win the title!
- Mr. Fuji tried to throw salt in Hulk Hogan's eyes, but instead nailed Yokozuna!
- Hulk Hogan hit a leg drop on Yokozuna and pinned him to capture the WWF title for the 5th time in his career!
- Wrestlemania 9 goes off the air..
- Fairly contraverial ppv, with rumors of Hulk Hogan threatening to walk if Vince McMahon didn't give him the WWF title..
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