Generally, the main event of any leading wrestling occasion was “babyface” (good guy) vs. “cad” (bad guy). Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant would be a huge case of such a primary event. With Wrestlemania VI, nevertheless, two incredibly popular wrestlers in the time in the Ultimate Warrior & Hogan place their respective belts in the main event that split the bunch in half when it comes to encouraging support. Good guy vs good guy!
Rick Martel vs. Koko B. Ware
For what it was, an extremely strong opening match. Koko was consistently pretty well-liked by the devotees, and as a cad gift Martel was getting over only at that point. In the end, Martel can snag the win in a nonmemorable match that is rather a filler.
WWF Tag Team Championship:
The Colossal Connection (Andre The Giant & Haku) (c) (with Bobby ‘The Brain’ Heenan) vs Demolition (Ax & Smash)
Andre looks like pure s*** in his declining health. The bunch is 100% professional Demolition in this match. Haku is trapped and we’ve New Tag Team Champions. Following the match, Andre turns face and lays out Heenan and Haku.
Earthquake vs Hercules
Really brief match. Large heels that are dominant were actually a favorite thing at that time. R.I.P. to both guys in the match. John Tenta (Earthquake) passed not that long ago and same with Hercules. In the end, Earthquake traps Hercules for the win.
Mr. Perfect vs Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake
The first genuinely great match of the night time. Extremely strong forth and back actions from these two talented men. Brutus gets the win throughout the match thanks to lots of his leading fan support.
‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper vs Bad News Brown
Not a technical classic, however a decent brawl for WrestleMania. Piper comes out half black/half white in what’s substantially a classic instance. In the end, both men fight into a double count out with no clear cut winner.
The Hart Foundation vs The Bolshevik
An entire squash match. The Hart Foundation gets a straightforward triumph. Surprising that WWE used to really have a tag team division.
The Barbarian vs Tito Santana
Not memorable, but great to go back to see years after.
Randy Savage & Sensational Sherri vs Dusty Rhodes & Sapphire
Large inter-sex tag team match. Dusty Rhodes wears the polka dot that is an uncomfortable ensemble out to the ring. In the end, Rhodes and Sapphire get the triumph over “The Macho King” and Sensational Queen Sherri.
The Rockers vs The Orient Express
Another astonishing tag team match. Tag wrestling was once so far better during this period of time. By count out in this match to the Orient Express a youthful Shawn Michaels and his partner Marty Jannetty receive a loss.
Dino Bravo vs Jim Duggan
Duggan gets a reaction that is decent. An associate of Jimmy Hart’s group, Bravo, comes to the ring with Earthquake and Hart. Duggan takes the triumph although he gets support.
Million Dollar Championship
“The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase (c) vs Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts
Roberts was tremendous around using the fans. The match was, for what it was, well, great. DiBiase has the capacity to pick up a count out triumph on Roberts. But Roberts ends up giving it away and owning DiBiase’s money.
The Big Boss Man vs Akeem (with Glossy)
One Man Gang’s depressing attempt at being an African Dream named Akeem. An extremely brief match that needed some more hours to develop itself. Big Boss Man wins using a slam.
Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka vs Rick Rude
Heenan comes with this match to the ring with Rude. Snuka really got it great at WrestleMania. He always appeared to be on the losing end. Following a brief 5 minutes, Rude gets the triumph over Snuka.
Double Title Match
WWF Champion Hulk Hogan vs Intercontinental Champion The Ultimate Warrior
Dubbed as “The Ultimate Challenge” we get some fascinating promos from both guys before in the night time. The match was really excellent, given that folks have a tendency to believe Hogan can not wrestle. Plenty of close falls that actually got people and the bunch that viewed in the home into it. Warrior triumphs both titles and gets the win on Hogan. A shocked crowd looks on as his first loss is suffered by Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania.[widgets_on_pages id=”wop”]