Top 10 Most Interesting Facts About WrestleMania"The Grandest Stage of Them All", " The Showcase of the Immortals ", "The Show of Shows"! It is once again WrestleMania season as of the making of this list and WrestleMania 37 is right around the corner. Let's take a look at some interesting and fun facts about the biggest wrestling event of the year.
While Vince McMahon conceptualized and came up with the idea of the show, it was the former announcer and WWE Hall of Famer Howard Finkel that came with the name "WrestleMania".
I did not know that, that's pretty cool.
The Hulkster was the WWF's biggest attraction for years so it's not surprising that he main evented WrestleMania a total of 8 times, the most of any WWE Superstar. He main evented WrestleMania I to IX with the exception of WrestleMania IV. WrestleMania
Considering that Hulk Hogan is the first thing that comes to mind for many people when it comes to wrestling, this is hardly surprising.
Not many champions can say they successfully defended their title in the main event of WrestleMania. It seems the odds are in the favors of the challengers.
That number will probably keep getting bigger.
Despite being very successful in WWE, Triple H has the most losses at the show of shows with a record of 10 wins and 13 losses.
At least he has also won many times, so there is no shame in that.
Most people know Daniel Bryan competed twice at WrestleMania XXX, but younger fans probably don't know that Randy Savage competed four times in one night in a tournament for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania IV, which is the record.
All WrestleMania events happened on a Sunday, but WrestleMania II is the only one to take place on a Monday (that is until WWE made the show a two might event in 2020).
An 12 years later DDP would compete in his first WrestleMania match at WrestleMania X8 which was also held at the Toronto Sky Dome same building where WM VI took place.
The Honky Tonk Man made his WrestleMania VI entrance in a pink cadillac, and the man behind the wheel was the future WCW star and WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page.
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin is a multiple time world champion, but all of Austin's championship title bouts, namely against one Shawn Michaels and two against The Rock, we're all for the title and never to defend it.
Vince McMahon decided to hold the event in three different cities at the same time, and combine them all into one presentation to be broadcast live on pay per view and closed circuit television. Each venue would hold four matches, with their own separate main event and undercard. The venues: The Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York, the Rosemont Horizon (now Allstate Arena) in Chicago suburb of Rosemont, Illinois and the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena in Los Angeles.
Edge retained the world title against Alberto Del Rio and Miz retained the WWE title against John Cena with help from The Rock.
WWE wanted to make sure that all the seats of the Pontiac Silverdome were filled, so it excluded the entire state of Michigan from pay-per-view access to the event. So the only way to view the show was watching it live in the stadium.
This is a record I'm sure no one in WWE will ever break.
The closest singles match was the catfight but you really can't count that since the only way to win was to throw your opponent of the ring.
After once again failing to win on the grandest stage it's stunning to see the boss build a losing record since first appearing at Wrestlemania 32. Lookout Undertaker! Somebody might be defining their career for the wrong reasons of counted losses like this is staggering.