WWF Title: Bret Hart vs. Diesel; Shawn Michaels, The British Bulldog, Ahmed Johnson & Sycho Sid vs. Yokozuna, Razor Ramon, Owen Hart & Dean Douglas; The Undertaker, Henry Godwinn, Savio Vega & Fatu vs. Jerry Lawler, Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Mabel & Isaac Yankem; Bertha Faye, Aja Kong, Tomoko Watanabe & Lioness Asuka vs. Alundra Blayze, Kyoto Inoue, Sakie Hasegowa, & Chaparita Asari; The 1-2-3 Kid, Rad Radford & The BodyDonnas vs. Marty Jannetty, Barry Horowitz, Hakushi & Bob Holly; Goldust vs. Bam Bam Bigelow. Written by
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Did You Know?
When Marty Jannetty
hit the Rocker Dropper on Skip, commentator Mr. Perfect said, "That'll break a neck." On December 11, 1990, the Rockers (Shawn Michaels
& Marty Jannetty
) defeated the team of the Genius (Lanny Poffo
) and Charles Austin in a match in Tampa, Florida where Austin suffered a broken neck because he set up for the Rocker Dropper incorrectly, trying to take a forward roll instead of the standard face-first bump. Jannetty quickly rolled Austin over and Michaels came off the top with a fist-drop for the pin. The match was taped but never televised. Doctors at the time thought Austin might be paralyzed from the neck down for life. By 1994, he had regained some feeling in his arms and legs and was able to move around on crutches. He later sued WWE, Michaels and Jannetty for $3.8 million. On April 29, 1994, a Hillsborough County, FL jury awarded Austin $26.7 million, ruling that Titan Sports (WWE's official parent company) was 90% responsible, Jannetty was 5% responsible and that Austin himself was 5% responsible. See more
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