History of WrestleMania
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Information on Venue

Madison Square Garden

  • Location 4 Pennsylvania Plaza (8th Avenue & 33rd Street), Manhattan, New York City, NY 10001
  • Architect Charles Luckman Associates
  • Opened Former locations: 1879, 1890, 1925
  • Current location: February 11, 1968


Recap Videos

WrestleMania Recap WrestleMania 10

WrestleMania Recap WrestleMania 10

Recap of WrestleMania X

WrestleMania X Facts

  • WrestleMania X was the first WrestleMania not to feature Hollywood Hogan.
  • Tickets sold out so quickly for WrestleMania X at Madison Square Garden that the show was also shown at the Paramount Theater adjacent to MSG on closed-circuit television.
  • After taking several months off from the broadcast booth, Jerry “The King” Lawler returned to World Wrestling Entertainment at WrestleMania X to provide color commentary.
  • WrestleMania X featured the now-legendary Ladder Match between Shawn Michaels and Razor Ramon.

Inducted into the Hall of Fame


  • "The Emancipator of Rock and Roll," Little Richard, kicked off the WrestleMania X pay-per-view event with his unique rendition of America the Beautiful. His version left the sold-out Madison Square Garden crowd speechless. The flamboyant recording artist is most widely known for his energetic hits from the 1960s including Tutti Fruti and Good Golly Miss Molly. Little Richard is also respected as a singer of Gospel music.
  • He’s not only the president of the Hairclub for Men, he was also a client. Sperling gave ring announcer Howard Finkel a custom hairpiece for the special occasion.
  • Garth was the guest timekeeper for the main event of WrestleMania X. Garth is best known for her role as Kelly on the television show Beverly Hills, 90210.
  • Wahlberg was a guest ring announcer for the first WWE Championship match at WrestleMania X. Wahlberg is now strictly an actor, but is he is probably best known as a member of the original boy band, New Kids on the Block.
  • Reynolds was the guest ring announcer for the main event of WrestleMania X. Reynolds has been starring in the world of television and film since the 1950s. He performed in mainly Westerns during his earlier days but is also known for his work in such movies as Striptease and Boogie Nights. He also won an Emmy for his work on the television show, Evening Shade.
  • Shear was the guest timekeeper for the first WWE Championship match at WrestleMania X. Shear was the host of the USA Network’s Up All Night.

Pictures of the Event



Owen Hart v Bret Hart

Bam Bam Bigelow & Luna Vachon v Doink & Dink

Randy Savage v Crush

Alundra Blayze v Leilani Kai

Men on a Mission v The Quebecers

Yokozuna v Lex Luger

Earthquake v Adam Bomb

Razor Ramon v Shawn Michaels

Bret Hart v Yokozuna

Hall of Fame

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