The 176 Show - Special Wrestlemania Preview Show


Helllooooo and welcome to this year's special Wrestlemania preview show! This show only comes once a year and it will proise to be a special treat. The show will consist of things entirely to do with Wrestlemania past and present.
So this time around I am going to be covering a number of topics, my top ten Wrestlemania moments, top ten Wrestlemania matches, who I feel should be in the WWE hall of fame along with other things.
Originally i was going to post all the Heel anf face turns to take place at Wrestlemania but unfortunately my source seems to have disappeared so that will not be happening.

Let's start things off with my Top Ten Wrestlemania Moments:

WrestleMania is called The Grandaddy Of Them All for a reason: There has been no shortage of classic moments through its quarter-century history.

Legends like Shawn Michaels and Stone Cold Steve Austin were catapulted to stardom at WrestleMania and giants like Andre and Yokozuna have fallen. While some icons made their comebacks at the annual showdown, like The Undertaker and Paul Bearer, some wrestlers, like Ric Flair, have waved their goodbyes at The Showcase of the Immortals.

No.10 - ButterBean knocks out Bart Gunn
WrestleMania XV The WWF has had some questionable ideas in the past, and near the top of that list might be the the Brawl For All, a tournament where wrestlers tried to knock each other out using boxing and MMA tactics. These unscripted matches were a big miss with fans, and a number of wrestlers suffered injuries.

However, the Brawl For All did yield one undying classic moment. Bart Gunn squared off with Butterbean, who was a professional Super Heavyweight Boxer. Butterbean dropped Gunn very early in the fight and as soon as Gunn made it back up to his feet, he ate another right hand that kept him down for good. The fight ended in less than 30 seconds, and Gunn’s WWF career was over about 30 seconds after that. The WWF released him shortly thereafter.

No. 9 - Randy Savage defeats Ric Flair
WrestleMania VIII Nothing spices up a rivalry between men like a squabble over a woman.

Prior to WrestleMania VIII, WWF Champion Ric Flair had stirred the pot when he claimed to have had a relationship with “Macho Man” Randy Savage’s girlfriend and manager, Miss Elizabeth. Savage was enraged at the news, and the storyline generated plenty of hype for their showdown at WrestleMania VIII.

With his reputation and a WWF Championship on the line, the fight proved to be a classic even though both men bent the rules. In the end, Savage would get his revenge for his lady and also take Flair’s belt, becoming a two-time WWF Champion.

No. 8 - Stone Cold defeats Shawn Michaels
WrestleMania XIV There’s always a celebrity or two at WrestleMania, and who better to add fuel to a fire than Mike Tyson?

Tyson, the special enforcer for a fight between Stone Cold Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania XIV, was supposed to be impartial, but he sided with The Heartbreak Kid and Degeneration X prior to the fight. As Austin and Michaels battled it out at WrestleMania, Tyson double-crossed Michaels and crawled into the ring to make the quick three-count while Austin had Michaels pinned.

Austin became the WWF Champion, and obviously Michaels was furious -- he got in Tyson’s face, and Iron Mike KO’d Michaels with one hit, making this one of the most memorable moments in WrestleMania history.

No. 7 - Shawn Michaels defeats Bret Hart
WrestleMania XII Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart produced a classic WrestleMania moment in the WWF’s first-ever Iron Man Match.

After the two legends beat the hell out of each other for 60 minutes, Gorilla Monsoon ordered the fight into overtime to break the draw. Two minutes in, the Heartbreak Kid pinned Hart and the boyhood dream finally came true for Michaels.
Michaels outlasted Hart and proved that he was not just a boy toy anymore -- he became the WWF champion.

No. 6 - Ultimate Warrior defeats Hulk Hogan
WrestleMania VI WrestleMania VI was the first one to be held outside of the United States, and the fans in Toronto definitely got a treat. In a rarity of sorts, two of the biggest fan-favorites squared off against each other as WWF Champion Hulk Hogan took on the Intercontinental Champion, The Ultimate Warrior, in the first-ever title-for-title match.

On that day, Hogan did something he rarely did during his prime: He lost. Hogan fell to the Warrior in an unforgettable bout, and as a show of good sportsmanship, the teary-eyed Hulkster presented the Warrior his belt and gave his foe a hug.

No. 5 - Ric Flair's retirement match: Shawn Michaels defeats Ric Flair
WrestleMania XXIV Ric Flair had been a wrestling icon for 36 years, but everyone knew the Hall of Famer would have to retire eventually.

For the Nature Boy, that ending came at WrestleMania 24 in a career-threatening match against The Heartbreak Kid, Shawn Michaels. The fight went back and forth, and Michaels had to deliver the Sweet Chin Music twice -- mouthing “I’m sorry, I love you” before the second one -- to seal Flair’s fate. With the three-count, Michaels sent the 16-time World Heavyweight Champion into retirement, and one of the most memorable WrestleMania moments went down in history.

Michaels bowed out of the ring quickly while an emotional Flair embraced the crowd and his family.

No. 4 - Chris Benoit finally wins a WWE Championship
WrestleMania XX Chris Benoit had a solid wrestling career, but his true highlight came at WrestleMania XX.

After winning the Royal Rumble, Benoit faced long odds in a Triple Threat Match against Shawn Michaels and Triple H for the World Heavyweight Championship. But Benoit managed to come out on top after forcing Triple H to submit. It was a special moment for Benoit, who had never stood on top of the mountain, when he finally got his signature win.

His longtime friend and WWE Champion Eddie Guerrero came to the ring to congratulate him, and both wrestlers shed tears in a particularly sentimental WrestleMania moment.

No. 3 - Icon vs Icon: The Rock defeats Hulk Hogan
WrestleMania X8 The past met the present as two of the most popular wrestlers in the history of the sport, Hollywood Hulk Hogan and The Rock, squared off. Hogan was supposed to be the bad guy, but the fans at the sold-out Skydome in Toronto still cheered him on and didn’t give as much love to The Rock. The battle went back and forth as The Rock finally came out on top, but the highlight moment came after the bout had ended.

Hogan, who had been a heel for a while as part of the New World Order, would turn face again by paying respect to The Rock after the fight. The two shook hands after a grueling match and together would fight off Scott Hall and Kevin Nash, Hulk’s former cohorts in the NWO.

No. 2 - Bret Hart defeats Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Legend of Austin is born
WrestleMania 13 This rivalry between a superstar who was past his prime, Bret "The Hitman" Hart, and an up-and-coming wrestler, Stone Cold Steve Austin, was the match that stole the show at WrestleMania 13.

Hart was a fan favorite but turned heel in the match because of his ruthless aggression, taking a chair to Austin’s injured knee and cruelly continuing on with his assault even after guest referee Ken Shamrock awarded him the win. Austin was a heel, but turned face after he persevered through all of the punishment but never submitted. Bloodied and beaten, Austin passed out as Hart locked him in the Sharpshooter, but he gained the fans’ respect for not tapping out.

Hart was berated with boos as he left the ring while Austin was cheered for his courageous performance. The result was a match that exceeded expectations and immediately ranked among classics.

No. 1 - Hulk Hogan body slams Andre The Giant
WrestleMania III If there is one iconic moment that is at the heart of all WrestleMania memories, it has to be the match between Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant at WrestleMania III. As the fight approached, a lot of people wondered how Hogan, the Champ, would be able to handle such a big man, and if this match up would cost him his belt.

The Hulkamaniacs were discouraged early on in the fight, as Hogan attempted to body slam the 540-pounder only to have Andre fall on him. But later, Hogan channeled the cheers from the crowd and mustered the strength to body slam The Giant en route to victory. The incredible moment will forever be remembered in WrestleMania lore.

Wow that took a while, anyway next up are my thoughts on the Top ten matches in Wrestlemania history:

Wrestlemania has had some of the greatest matches in wrestling history. I have compiled this list based on several factors. Was the match considered great at the time? Did the match stand the test of time? Was there a great interest in the match prior to it happening? Did it meet those expectations? Did the match change the business in any way? Did it create any special WrestleMania moments? All of the matches on this list have met several of these criteria and a few have met them all.

1. Submission Match: Bret Hart vs Steve Austin – WM 13 These men had been feuding for several months with Bret as the face and Austin as the heel. After this match, the roles of both men had become reversed. This was an incredibly brutal contest which saw Steve suffer a major cut at a time when bleeding was relatively unseen in the wrestling business. Even in a loss, Austin’s performance was so impressive that this match turned Steve Austin into the number one star in the WWF.

2. I-C Title: Ricky Steamboat vs Randy Savage – WM 3 On the night that the main event featured the most anticipated match ever, these two men stole the show. This match is arguably the greatest in the career of Randy Savage and without a doubt the best match Steamboat had in the WWF. A few months prior to the match, Savage injured Steamboat’s throat by using the ring bell on it. Steamboat came out for revenge and figured the best way to get Savage back was to take his title.

3. WWF Title: Hulk Hogan vs Andre the Giant – WM 3 This was the most anticipated match in wrestling history. Over 90,000 fans packed the Pontiac Silverdome to witness this event and this match is generally considered one of the events that helped to create the PPV industry. The “undefeated” Andre almost won the match a few seconds into it. The match ended after Hulk body slammed Andre, a move that most fans had never believed was possible to do.

4. Shawn Michaels vs. The Undertaker - WM 25 Unlike the prior 3 matches, this wasn't about a title or a personal vendetta. As a matter of fact, the two barely touched each other in the weeks leading up to the show. All this match featured was two of the all-time best putting on a match that somehow surpassed everyone's expectations. Shawn Michaels lived up to his name of Mr. WrestleMania as one of his matches once again stole the show. As far as the Undertaker goes, he continued his winning ways at WrestleMania as he increased his undefeated WrestleMania winning streak to 17. These two future Hall of Famers put on the greatest non-title/non-stipulation match I have ever seen.

5. Career Threatening Match: Ric Flair vs Shawn Michaels – WM 24 The night before this show, Ric Flair was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. However, his celebration didn't last long because if he lost to Shawn then his career would be over. In a sport that usually does a bad job at ending careers with a fitting finale, this match provided the greatest ending to the career of arguably the greatest professional wrestler. The most famous moment of this match was the ending when Shawn mouthed the words: "I'm Sorry. I Love You." before ending the career of one of his idols.

6. I-C Title Ladder Match: Razor Ramon vs Shawn Michaels – WM 10 Very rarely can one say that a match changed the wrestling business but this one did just that. This ladder match was so entertaining that a whole new style of wrestling was created that has seen wrestlers take unbelievable risks with their bodies. The story of this match was that Shawn was stripped of the I-C title and Razor wound up winning the vacant title. Both men claimed to be the real champ and this match would determine who was right.

7. TLC Match: Edge & Christian vs The Dudley Boyz vs The Hardy Boyz - WM 17 This match represents the pinnacle of the movement that the previous match started. These same teams fought the year before in just a ladder match. This match saw the addition of ladders and chairs and each team had a person interfering for them in this match. Edge hitting the spear off the top rope on D-Von Dudley who was dangling in midair is the single most visually stunning move in the history of the event.

8. WWF Title & I-C Title: The Ultimate Warrior vs Hulk Hogan – WM 6 This match was the first time in the Hulkamania era that Hogan lost a match cleanly. Both men entered and left the ring as fan favorites that day. This match was the passing of the torch from the era of Hulkamania to the era of the Warrior. While the era of the Warrior didn’t last long, the memories of this match will live forever for anyone who saw this match when it happened.

9. Retirement Match: The Ultimate Warrior vs Randy Savage – WM 7 The Warrior era ended due to the interference of Randy Savage in his title match a few months earlier. Both men put their careers on the line in this match. This was a great match and no one could tell who would win this match. As great as this match was, the events that unfolded after this match were even better. After being apart for two years, Randy Savage and Miss Elizabeth reunited.

10. Owen Hart vs Bret Hart – WM 10 Without a doubt, this is the greatest opening match in WrestleMania history. A few months earlier, Owen attacked his injured brother. After this match, Bret would be in a title match against either Yokozuna or Lex Luger. No one thought that Bret would lose this match, but he did. This match elevated Owen into the main event and later in the evening, Bret became the WWE Champ. The rematches between these brothers would main event arenas throughout the world for the next several months.

Thirdly I would like to give my thoughts on a few people who I feel should be inducted into the Hall Of Fame:

Every year, as part of the the leadup to Wrestlemania, the WWE announces its inductions into their wrestling hall of fame*.

Now even though there is no real voting committee like there is for other professional sports, there is still plenty of debate about who should be in the hall of fame.

Last year, there was a bit of an uproar when Koko B. Ware was announced to be inducted.

I don’t really think it was the wrong decision, it was just done in the wrong way.

See, the WWE Hall of Fame should be broken down into different categories. There should be one for jobbers, mid-carders and stars for wrestlers, and then different ones for tag teams, managers and miscellaneous (such as announcers and referees).

This way, everyone has a fair shot to get into the hall of fame. Jobbers and mid-carders spent their careers making the superstars look good, and deserve to be recognized as well.

So far, the WWE has announced a few inductees for this year: Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon, Wendi Richter, “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase and Antonio Inoki, Stu Hart, Gorgeous George and Bob Uecker.

But there are quite a few names missing. Bruno Sammartino doesn’t want to be inducted. Others have said no, or the WWE won’t include them.

I also understand that the WWE wants to spread out the big names, so they’re guaranteed one major inductee a year.

That being said, here are the next 15 wrestling personalities I think should be inducted (no active wrestlers allowed from any of the main rosters, so that excludes Eric Bischoff, Kurt Angle, Kevin Nash, Sting, Mick Foley, etc., even though I think they should be in the hall of fame).

And of course, there are always names left off (Chyna, Ron Simmons, British Bulldogs, etc.).

Brooklyn Brawler

This is one who belongs in the jobber category, but Steve Lombardi has done a lot for wrestling over the years. He was with the WWF as a wrestler for about 15 years, and has been a road agent for the last 15 years or so.

Ravishing Rick Rude

I don’t think Ravishing Rick Rude was ever a good guy, but he put on some great matches and made the fans respect him as well as hate his character.


Was a dominant heel in the WWF for years. How many people can say they beat Hulk Hogan and Bret Hart in singles matches? For championship titles no less.

The Rock

Probably should be higher up on the list, but I keep hoping he’ll come back for a six-month run. Probably won’t happen though. Still, the most popular wrestler of the past 15 years, was the most entertaining in the ring and with a microphone in his hand.


The first Diva of the WWE/WWF, Sunny made women’s wrestling sexy. She managed several successful tag teams, and was one of those heels that could get cheered and booed at the same time.


Never has a lengthy a career as some of his other counterparts, but he was a one-man wrecking crew in WCW.


While many considered them knock-offs of the Road Warriors, Demolition turned out to be a popular knock-off. They were mean, tough and would take on anybody. They led the WWF tag team ranks for half a decade.

Diamond Dallas Page

With all due respect to Goldberg, I would argue that Diamond Dallas Page is the biggest name to come out of WCW (not including wrestlers who were with NWA). He was popular, had an excellent hand gesture, was half-decent in the ring and was pretty good on the mic.

Miss Elizabeth

More people cared about Miss Elizabeth than probably any other women’s wrestler/manager/valet/Diva/cheerleader/whatever in the wrestling world. When Randy Savage was a heel, people still loved her. When Savage was a good guy, people loved her. When she and Savage got back together at Wrestlemania XII, people cried. One of the easiest choices for an induction if there were ever a women’s section of the hall of fame.

Owen Hart

Although I don’t think he was ever heavyweight championship material, Owen Hart was one of the perfect wrestlers. He made people boo him, had great heel gimmicks without being offensive and could actually wrestle.

Jake the Snake Roberts

Jake The Snake Roberts was one of those wrestlers that was so good that he never needed a title. In fact, I don’t even remember him going after a title. But Roberts is one of the greatest speakers of all-time, and had one of the greatest gimmicks.

Tommy Dreamer

Newer wrestling fans may Tommy Dreamer as more of a jobber, as the WWE seemed to have him lose almost every week. But the Innovator of Violence was dominant in ECW, easily that federation’s best superstar ever. He was also loyal, never leaving ECW for other wrestling companies like so many of his colleagues did.

Legion of Doom

So popular as the Road Warriors in the NWA, that the WWF had two different imitation tag teams (the aforementioned Demolition and the never-to-be-mentioned-again Powers of Pain). They dominated wrestling pretty much every where they went, and won tag titles numerous times.

Paul Heyman

This is one for the miscelleneous category. Paul Heyman had more influence on the late-90s wrestling boom than any other person. The WWF copied the attitude of ECW. WCW brought in luchadors when they saw how popular they were in ECW. Both WCW and WWF signed ECW talent and stole ideas. Without ECW, we’d probably still be watching jobbers versus stars every single week.

Ultimate Warrior

The Ultimate Warrior’s popularity rivaled Hulk Hogan’s for a while in the early 1990s, but he couldn’t sustain it. Still, many youngsters pretended they were the all-powerful wrestler who ran to ring and then ran roughshod over his opponents. Had some good matches, and was unfairly buried in a DVD release a few years ago.

Randy Macho Man Savage

The easiest choice for number one. Apparently, Vince McMahon holds some sort of grudge against Savage, but Savage is definitely the leading contender for the wrestling hall of fame. The second-most popular wrestler of the 80s/early 90s in the WWF, won multiple championships, was effective as a heel or a face, could wrestle a great match out of anyone. Yeah, he definitely deserves to be in the hall.

Next up shall be the final episode of WWE Beta ECW:

Event 1: Video highlighting the history of ECW

Event 2: Interview with Paul Heyman talking about ECW

Match 1: ECW Homecoming - Triple Threat Match
The Miz vs Matt Hardy vs CM Punk
Result= The Miz gets the win after a roll up on Hardy after Hardy hits a Twist Of Fate on Punk

Event 3: Interview with various backstage ECW superstars, past and present.

Event 4: Christian comes out to the ring and starts talking trash about ECW and how it is going to be good to see it leave and be replaced with a brand new show.

Match 2: ECW Tag Team Titles: Tag Team Match
Yoshi Tatsu and Shelton Benjamin vs Trent Baretta and Caylon Croft(c)
Result= Trent baretta and Caylon Croft sucessfully defend the titles after hitting their double team finisher on Shelton and throwing Yoshi out of the ring.

Event 5: Highlight package hyping WWE NXT

Main Event: Lumberjack match - ECW Homecoming
Christian vs Kofi Kingston
Lumberjacks - Chavo, Rey Mysterio,Shelton Benjamin,Yoshi tatsu, Trent Baretta, Caylon Croft, Johnny Curtis, Vance Archer, Tommy Dreamer, Regal and Ezekiel jackson.
Result= Christian wins the match after hitting a Killswitch, during the match the tag champs brawled with Shelton and Yoshi, Curtis and Archer brawled and so did Regal and Zeke.

Event 6: Tiffany and Vince came down to the ring, they wished the fans good night and cut a very sentimental promo on ECW to end the show.

Reminder of NXT

8 Rookies:

Bret Dibiase
Justin Angel
Daniel Bryan
Wade Barrett
Michael Tarver
David Otunga
Joe Henning
Alex Riley

8 Pros:

Ted Dibiase
Big Show
Evan Bourne
John Morrison
William Regal
Rey Mysterio
Matt Hardy

Lastly is the WWE Beta Wrestlemania:

Event 1:
Pyro/Opening Video

Event 2:
Jennifer Hudson sings the National Anthem with David Otunga beside her.

A video is played showing the storylines.

Match 1: Winner Takes WWE Tag Titles. To END THE STABLES!
Batista, Luke Gallows and The Hart Dynasty (Challengers) vs. Matt Hardy, R Truth and Cryme Tyme(c)

Matt Hardy is tagged in Luke Gallows takes out Truth on the Outside.
Batista tags in.
Hardy goes for a twist of fate on Batista but Tyson Kidd hits a drop kick on matt from the top rope.
DH Smith tags in.
Puts Hardy in a sleeper hold.
Batista tags himself in and hits a Batista bomb on Hardy.
Hart Dynasty hold back Cryme Tyme.
Batista gets the win.
Winners: Batista, Luke Gallows and The Hart Dynasty (NEW TAG CHAMPIONS: HART DYNASTY)
They celebrate but Batista walks out.

Match 2: Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
The Miz, Dolph Ziggler, Kofi Kingston, Carlito, Jack Swagger, Yoshi Tatsu, Ezekiel Jackson ,MVP.
Kofi Kingston hits a Trouble in Paradise on the top of the ladder to The Miz.
Kofi Wins the briefcase.

Match 3: Women’s Championship.
Mickie James (c) vs. Natalya
Natalya wins after interference from Michelle McCool. NEW CHAMPION!

Match 4: Cruiserweight Championship. Texas Death Match.
Chavo Guerreo vs. Rey Mysterio
They use weapons and fire but Rey wins when he 619’s Chavo Guerreo and he falls backwards into the fire.

Match 5: If Riley looses he has to go to NXT
John Cena vs. Alex Riley.
Riley is about to hit his finisher on Cena but Cena reverses it into an FU. Cena wins with an STFU.

Match 6: ECW TITLE - Last Man Standing
Christian vs Tommy Dreamer

Result= Tommy Dreamer gets the victory in the last ever ECW Title match after he hits his fanous DDT onto the ECW Title belt ontp of the announce table and Christian cannot answer the ten count.
Tommy walks through the crowds to celebrate and gives a farewell to ECW.

Event 3:
Highlights from Hall of Fame and inductees are on the stage.

Bret Hart vs. Vince McMahon
The Hart sisters jump in the ring when Hart is about to take out Vince with a chair and the take out harts legs.
Vince starts mocking Hart and dropping elbows on him, He is about to put Bret in a sharp shooter when Jim Neidhart Bruce Keith and Ross Hart Jump in the ring to save him.
Bret gets up. Vince is on the floor and Bret puts him in a sharp shooter.
Vince taps and says “Vince screwed Bret!”
The Family Celebrate.

Match 8:
Edge vs. Jericho
Edge goes for a spear but
Chris Jericho wins with a code breaker.

Event 4:
WWE Access Highlights.

Match 9:
World Championship.
John Morrison vs. CM Punk (c)
After a long fought battle with lots of false finishes John Morrison hits Starship pain on Punk for the win (NEW CHAMPION)

Event 5:
Jim Ross is in the ring he says although he wasn’t on the announce team tonight it has been a privilege to be here and he can’t wait to return. But I will call the MAIN EVENT TONIGHT!

Match 10: Hell In A Cell
Taker vs. Kane
The gruelling bloody match ends with Undertaker choke slamming Kane through the top of the cell.
WINNER: Undertaker.

Match 11: Career vs WWE Championship
Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H
Shawn kicks out of 2 pedigrees!
Shawn won’t give up.
HHH sets him up for a spine buster but out of no where comes a sweet chin music.
HHH Kicks out!
Shawn is tuning up the bands.
HHH turns and goes for another pedigree but HBK reverses it into a Superkick.
Shawn celebrates with his family as confetti falls in the ring.

So that's it! Don't miss WWE NXT starting next week!

8 Rookies with Pros:

Bret Dibiase - Ted Dibiase
Justin Angel - Evan Bourne
Daniel Bryan - Christian
Wade Barrett - Big Show
Michael Tarver - William Regal
David Otunga - Rey Mysterio
Joe Henning - Matt Hardy
Alex Riley - John Morrison

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I think Goldberg will be inducted into the hall of fame next year because he is in negotiations with WWE and also there were roumours it would be a WCW themed Hall of fame but with eric bisshoff and Hulk Hogan at TNA they may decide against it.

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