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12 Curiosities in the History of WrestleMania

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12 Curiosities in the History of WrestleMania

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A few days before the celebration of WrestleMania, the extravagant PPV of WWE already has a poster ready to develop in New Orleans, Louisiana, on April 8 of this year 2018.

However, we must not forget the previous editions of the WrestleMania which have given a lot of memorable moments and also various curiosities since its creation in 1985. That is why in our next list we want to bring you to our readers twelve curiosities in the history of WrestleMania.

12. Who has starred WrestleMania more times?

Hulk Hogan is the wrestler who has most often starred WrestleMania in total eight occasions in WrestleMania I (along with Mr. T before Roddy Piper and Paul Orndorff ), WrestleMania II (before King Kong Bundy ), WrestleMania III (before André the Giant ), WrestleMania V (before Randy Savage ), WrestleMania VI (before The Ultimate Warrior ), WrestleMania VII (before Sgth. Slaughter ), WrestleMania VIII (before Sid Justice ) and WrestleMania IX (before Yokozuna ). Up close is Triple H with seven closing fights in the aforementioned event.

11. Who has more appearances at WrestleMania?

The Undertaker is the wrestler who has fought most times at WrestleMania with a total of 25 appearances as well as being the wrestler who has appeared more consecutively in the “Show of Shows”. Also, he is the wrestler with the most victories in the event since although he lost his legendary streak he won 23 contests.

10. Who has the losing streak?

Triple H is the wrestler who has most times lost at WrestleMania, with 11 losses in his 20 appearances.

9. Who has won more consecutive times in the same WrestleMania?

Randy Savage is the wrestler who has won more times in the same WrestleMania since in the fourth edition of the “Show of Shows” he fought four times to win the vacant WWF Championship through a tournament where he defeated Butch Reed, Greg Valentine, One Man Gang and Ted DiBiase in the final.

8.- The longest fight the history of WrestleMania


The longest fight in the history of WrestleMania occurred in the twelfth edition of the show when Shawn Michaels defeated Bret Hart to be crowned for the first time WWF Champion in an Iron Man that lasted 1 hour with 1 minute and 52 seconds.

7. The contest of less duration

WrestleMania’s shortest fight was at WrestleMania 32 when The Rock defeated Erick Rowan in six seconds.

6. What is the most defended Championship in WrestleMania?

The WWE/WWF Championship is the belt that has been defended most times in WrestleMania: with 33 defenses in the “Show of Shows”, being the first edition the only one in which it was not put at stake.

5. The biggest winner of the Money in the Bank briefcase at WrestleMania

CM Punk is the only wrestler who has won twice the Money in the Bank briefcase at WrestleMania winning it at WrestleMania XXIV and WrestleMania XXV.

4. The theft of the century

Seth Rollins is the only fighter who has traded his Money in the Bank briefcase at WrestleMania when he won the WWE Championship three years ago after connecting his Curb Stomp on Roman Reigns.

3. The mania of more assistance

WrestleMania 32 was the most attended edition of the event hosting 101,763 fans at AT&T Stadium in the city of Arlington, Texas.

This according to WWE, but the reality is that the number was inflated with 97,769 people the actual number of attendees (even so it is still the most sold).

2. The least crowded Mania

WrestleMania XI was the edition that had less attendance when in the Hartford Civic Center of the city of Hartford, Connecticut, 16,891 people attended the event (however, it was a full house).

1. The State that has hosted most editions of WrestleMania

California is the state that most times has hosted a WrestleMania with a total of six times being three times in Los Angeles twice in Anaheim and one in Santa Clara.

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