WrestleRock was a wrestling event promoted by the American Wrestling Association.
The event was held at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Sunday April 20, 1986. The card was heavily promoted for months during weekly television programming. Although not as ambitious as the WWF's WrestleMania 2, The show was a reasonable success, drawing moar fans than both of Jim Crockett Promotions' Crockett Cup shows combined.
The show also featured country music legend Waylon Jennings performing a brief concert following the final match. WrestleRock would prove to be the final stadium show for the AWA.
The promotions for the show included a music video shot in Las Vegas entitled the "WrestleRock Rumble" in a vein similar to The The Big Game Shuffle from 1985. It featured different AWA talent "rapping" verses, including 60 year old Verne Gagne reading his verse off a sheet. The video was parodied by the WWE online comedy show Are You Serious?, with co-host Road Dogg calling Nick Bockwinkel the best rapper of the bunch. It was then parodied as the "WrestleMania Rumble", featuring Brodus Clay, Yoshi Tatsu, Santino Marella and Puppet H doing rap verses to promote WrestleMania XXVIII.
- Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
- (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
- Sherri Martel defeated Luna Vachon, Joyce Grable, Kat LeRoux, Rose Divine, Taylor Thomas, Despina Montagas, Misty Blue Simmes, Debbie Combs, and Candi Devine in a 10-Woman Battle Royal (10:00)
- Sgt. Slaughter (c) defeated Kamala by disqualification to retain the AWA America's Championship (9:54)
- Scott Hall and Curt Hennig (c) defeated The Long Riders to retain the AWA World Tag Team Championship (27:53)
- Scott LeDoux defeated Larry Zbyszko by disqualification in a Boxing match with Larry Hennig as the special guest referee.
- Nick Bockwinkel defeated Stan Hansen (c) by disqualification in a AWA World Heavyweight Championship Match (10:43)
- The Road Warriors (Road Warrior Hawk & Road Warrior Animal) defeated Michael P.S. Hayes & Jimmy Garvin in a Steel Cage Match (21:21)