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WWF Title (Steel Cage Match): Bret Hart vs. Diesel, Owen Hart vs. Shawn Michaels, Yokozuna vs. Davey Boy Smith, Crybaby Match: Razor Ramon vs. The 1-2-3 Kid, Hunter Hearst-Helmsley vs. Duke Droese, Jake Roberts vs. Tatanka.

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Final WWF PPV appearance for Sean Waltman until In Your House #21: Unforgiven in 1998, and his final one as The 1-2-3 Kid. See more »


Yokozuna: And British Bulldog - brother, you're in the wrong place at the wrong time, because this six-hundred and fifty pounds of bad attitude is going to burn Jim Cornette down to the ground! *Banzai*!
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Good buildup for Wrestlemania 12
28 March 2016 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews


Live from Louisville, Kentucky

Attendance: 5,500

Your hosts are Vince McMahon & Jerry Lawler

Crybaby Match

Razor Ramon Vs The 1-2-3 Kid (W/Ted Dibiase)

The winner of this match gets to diaper their opponent, then powder him with a baby bottle. Razor wins with the Razor's Edge, after hitting the move twice. Razor diapers The Kid and sprinkles baby powder over him after the match. This was an above average opener to start the show. It's nothing great, but these two know what they're doing together and produced a very watchable match. The antics after the match were harmless fun and made the crowd happy, despite how silly it is.


Hunter Hearst Helmsley Vs Duke "The Dumpster" Droese

Helmsley wins after waffling Droese with a trash can lid. To be honest, I wasn't that invested in this match. I've never been a big Triple H fan, nor could I ever take Droese seriously. Both had their working boots on, but the match was nothing special.


The British Bulldog (W/Jim Cornette) Vs Yokozuna

Yokozuna cuts a really effective promo before the match. It's funny how there is no trace of his Japanese accent, though. He's also fresh off a face turn. Yokozuna wins by DQ because Cornette stopped Yokozuna from winning the match by nailing him with his tennis racket. Yokozuna goes to get Cornette, but Vader runs down and attacks Yokozuna. Yokozuna and The Bulldog handcuff Yokozuna to the ropes and beat him senseless. Yokozuna tries to fend them off with one hand, but it begins to become too much for him. Officials run in and finally stop it.


Thoughts: Yokozuna looked reinvigorated in there as a face. He was way overweight, but the motivation was clearly there and the fans were reacting to him. It was smart to have Yokozuna fight back with one hand to show his resiliency as well. The match wasn't that good, but it did the job of making Yokozuna into a sympathetic babyface.

Wrestlemania 12 Title Shot

Owen Hart (W/Jim Cornette) Vs Shawn Michaels

Shawn won the Royal Rumble to earn the right to face the champion at Wrestlemania 12. Owen Hart put Shawn out of action with an enziguri to the back of the head and almost ended his career. Shawn put his title shot on the line just to try to get revenge on Owen Hart. If Owen wins, he faces the champion at Wrestlemania in lieu of Shawn. This is the reason I was looking forward to this show. Shawn literally dances on top of the house of the In Your House set and comes down with a rope. As deplorable as his behavior could be in those days, this is one of the many reasons why Shawn is such a legend. Shawn wins with Sweet Chin Music.


Thoughts: Well, this wasn't quite as good as I was hoping for. That being said, it's still a terrific match with plenty of stuff to make wrestling fans drool over. It has near-falls, drama, excitement, and solid storytelling. I especially liked how Owen's cockiness ended up backfiring on him. He had the match won by countout with an enziguri, the same move that put Shawn on the shelf, but he wanted to pin him instead. That is great storytelling and continuity.

"Rowdy" Roddy Piper comes out for an interview with Todd Pettengill. Piper says he takes his job as WWF President very seriously. He pulls no punches, he can't be bought, he doesn't think Michael Jackson is innocent (Ouch) , and he's not afraid of the boogeyman. He informs us of what we already know, that being Shawn Michaels is the number one contender. He'll face Bret Hart or Diesel at Wrestlemania 12 for the WWF title. He says he doesn't feel sorry for Yokozuna and calls him dumb for getting himself handcuffed to the ring. He says somebody should tell Vader that the mask on his face isn't wear his jockstrap goes. That was a good one. He announces Yokozuna vs Vader at Wrestlemania. Jim Cornette shows up, but Piper tells him to shut up and covers Clarence Mason's mouth. Cornette says Piper and everybody else is scared of Vader, which is why WWE tried to banish him. Piper says if Yokozuna wins, Yokozuna gets time alone with Cornette.

Thoughts: Piper is one of the best talkers ever. It's almost unfair how his mic skills dwarfed everybody else's at this point, and Piper wasn't even a wrestler here. Vader vs Yokozuna would end up being a six man tag team match.

WWF Championship (Steel Cage Match)

Bret Hart (C) Vs Diesel

Diesel had the match won, but The Undertaker comes up out of nowhere through the ring and pulls Diesel down with him into this big hole in the ring. Bret takes advantage and climbs down the cage to win the match. Diesel manages to escape Undertaker's wrath, but he's scared to death. I don't know how other wrestling fans rate this, but I really enjoyed this cage match. Bret and Diesel just seem to click together when they wrestle, no matter the stipulation. Diesel is protected in defeat because The Undertaker cost him. It comes across as corny these days, but back then, The Undertaker coming up through the ring was pretty badass. This would setup a match between Diesel and Taker at Wrestlemania 12.


This is a decent PPV overall. There is nothing truly horrible about this show what so ever. I was too over-hyped when it came to Shawn and Owen, but they still delivered in a big way. The main event is also pretty damn good. Things were setting up for Wrestlemania 12 quite nicely.

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