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WrestleMania IX (1993)

TV-14 | | Action, Sport | TV Special 4 April 1993
WWF Champion Bret Hart battles Yokozuna live at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas.


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WWF Title: Bret Hart vs. Yokozuna, WWF Title (bonus match): Yokozuna vs. Hulk Hogan, WWF Tag Team Titles: Money Inc. Vs. The MegaManiacs, WWF Intercontinental Title: Shawn Michaels vs. Tatanka, The Undertaker vs. Giant Gonzales, The Steiner Brothers vs. The Headshrinkers, Doink the Clown vs. Crush, Bob Backlund vs. Razor Ramon Written by Anonymous

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Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan: [after Razor Ramon beats Bob Backlund with a small package] He beat a wrestler with wrestling.
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See it for Doink!!!
21 April 2002 | by (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) – See all my reviews

This was without a doubt the best Wrestlemania of it's time period. That period being the first half of the 90s. This is of course just my opinion. Being one of only 2 outdoor WWF events (and the only outdoor Wrestlemania) this one had a distinctive look that sets it apart from the others. It also had the smallest crowd of any Wrestlemania, since Caesers Palace doesn't seat many people. There is one big flaw here, though. The cheesy "Ancient Roman Times" theme. All the commentators were forced to dress in togas and enter the stadium riding on camels. WWF promoted the show as "The World's Biggest Toga Party", and hoped the fans would wear Togas too. That didn't happen of course. What fan would want to humiliate themself on live Pay Per View by wearing a bed sheet? Jim Ross and Bobby Heenan were the only fools dumb enough to do that.

Getting past the cheesy theme, the rest of the show was fantastic. Tatanka and Shawn Michaels kicked off the show with an entertaining IC Title match that went almost 20 minutes. Lex Luger and Mr. Perfect were brilliantly matched opponents. Their match ended with Luger nailing Perfect with his Running Forearm, which WWF promoted as being an illegal weapon due to Luger's steel plate he had surgically implanted. Who else remembers that gimmick? Undertaker and Giant Gonzalez's match was a great show. It would have been entertaining even if they just stood there. Seeing the 6'10" Undertaker in the ring with the over-7 foot tall Gonzalez was a sight to see. Of course Bret Hart delivered an amazing math as always, against the challenger Yokozuna. It seems to be a forgotten fact that Yokozuna was the fastest rising World Champion ever. It took him only 5 months in the WWF to take the belt. Bret was an averagely sized 230 pound man, and Yokozuna was 500 pounds, which makes them an unlikely pairing. But both make the match work.

Ultimately there is one reason above all else to rent Wrestlemania IX. That reason is DOINK THE CLOWN! A sadistic and violent evil clown. When I think professsional wrestling, sadistic and violent evil clown is what I think. Rent Wrestlemania IX and you get 2 Doinks for the price of one. I'm sure I'm not alone in saying that's the highlight of Wrestlemania....... maybe I am alone in thinking that. Who cares. DOINK RULES!

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