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27 March 1988 (USA) See more »
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14 WWF Superstars compete for the vacant WWF World Heavweight Championship in a one night tournament live from the Trump Plaza. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Randy Savage ... Himself
Ted DiBiase ... 'The Million Dollar Man' Ted DiBiase

Hulk Hogan ... Hulk Hogan

André the Giant ... Andre the Giant
Greg Valentine ... Greg 'The Hammer' Valentine
Bruce Reed ... The Natural Butch Reed
Scott Bigelow ... Bam Bam Bigelow
Jim Duggan ... 'Hacksaw' Jim Duggan
Elizabeth Hulette ... Miss Elizabeth
Rick Rude ... 'Ravishing' Rick Rude
Richard Blood ... Ricky Steamboat
Don Muraco ... Himself
Jake Roberts ... Jake 'The Snake' Roberts
Adolph Bresciano ... Dino Bravo
Wayne Farris ... The Honky Tonk Man
Ed Leslie ... Brutus 'The Barber' Beefcake
Bill Eadie ... Ax
Barry Darsow ... Smash
George Gray ... One Man Gang
Rick Martel ... Himself
Merced Solis ... Tito Santana
Tommy Billington ... The Dynamite Kid
James Ware ... Koko B. Ware
Tonga Fifita ... Haku
Davey Boy Smith ... Himself
Sherri Martel ... Peggy Sue
Ray Hernandez ... Hercules
Jim Hellwig ... The Ultimate Warrior
Allen Coage ... Bad News Brown
Bret Hart ... Bret 'The Hitman' Hart
Jim Neidhart ... Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhart
Brian Blair ... Himself
Jim Brunzell ... Himself
Harley Race ... Himself
Sylvester Ritter ... Junkyard Dog
Josip Peruzovic ... Nikolai Volkoff
Ken Patera ... Himself
Raymond Rougeau ... Raymond Rougeau
Jim Morris ... Hillbilly Jim
Jim Manley ... Jim Powers
Sam Houston ... Himself
Ron Bass ... Himself
Danny Davis ... 'Dangerous' Danny Davis
Robert Marella ... Gorilla Monsoon - Commentator

Jesse Ventura ... Jesse 'The Body' Ventura
Bobby Heenan ... Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan
Lord Alfred Hayes ... Lord Alfred Hayes
Jimmy Hart ... Himself
Howard Finkel ... Himself - Ring Announcer
Harry Fujiwara ... Mr. Fuji

Donald Trump ... Himself

Gladys Knight ... Herself

Robin Leach ... Himself

Vanna White ... Herself

Sugar Ray Leonard ... Himself

Bob Uecker ... Himself
Billy Graham ... 'Superstar' Billy Graham
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sika Anoai ... Sika
Richard Blood Jr. ... Himself - 'The Little Dragon'
Bonnie Blood ... Herself
Sam Fatu ... Tama
Jean Gagné ... Frenchy Martin
Dave Hebner ... Referee
Oliver Humperdink ... Sir Oliver Humperdink
Ken Johnson ... Slick
Joseph A. Marella ... Referee
Craig Minervini ... Craig DeGeorge - Backstage Reporter (archive footage)
Gene Okerlund ... 'Mean' Gene Okerlund
Jacques Rougeau ... Jacques Rougeau
George 'The Animal' Steele ... George 'The Animal' Steele

Ivana Trump ... Herself
Mark Yeaton ... Himself - Timekeeper
Boris Zhukov ... Boris Zhukov

Produced by
Vince McMahon .... producer

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Final WWF PPV appearance for Butch Reed, who left the WWF shortly after this event, upset that a promised feud with Randy Savage was canceled. He later joined the NWA (which would become WCW), and was vocally critical of the WWF and its booking of African American wrestlers.See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Gorilla Monsoon accidentally calls Ted DiBiase "Hulkster" during his match with Randy Savage.See more »
Ted DiBiase:[after Greg De George couldn't believe that DiBiase had a 1st class dressing room] You won't find the Million Dollar Man in some stinky, dingy locker room with a couple of buffoons!See more »
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Wrestlemania IV 1988, 6 October 2005
Author: wrestlingsitewebmaster from England

I quite enjoyed Wrestlemania IV. It was a change from all the singles matches that bothered us all at WM I, II and III. Once again Gorilla Monsoon and Jesse 'the body' Ventura were fantastic on the commentary booth.

This WM featured too many matches to write about, but they were all watchable. Ted DiBiase's matches were all outstanding (yes even the one with Jim Duggan) and Ricky Steamboat vs Greg Valentine was fantastic.

The main event was 'Macho Man' Randy Savage vs 'Million Dollar Man' Ted DiBiase and it was good. Things picked up when Hulk Hogan came to the aid of Savage resulting in Savage picking up the WWE Undisputed Championship.

Overall Grade - B

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