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This match was followed by the Tag Team Championship match. The match started slowly, but both teams soon began brawling in the ring. He was not able to stand, however, so the referee stopped the match and awarded the victory to the Quebecers. He then turned on Bret by kicking his injured leg and leaving him lying in the ring. Next came the match between Irwin R. The match began with a brawl between the two, and Ramon got the early advantage. The next match was the Casket match ; the first wrestler to get his opponent in the casket and close the lid would win the match and the WWF World Heavyweight Championship.
Yokozuna had great difficulty inflicting any serious damage on The Undertaker, but it was soon revealed that Mr. Fuji had arranged for several wrestlers to get involved on Yokozuna's behalf. Fuji stole The Undertaker's urn from Paul Bearer. They locked the casket and pushed it down the aisle until smoke started coming out of the casket.
Before the Royal Rumble match began, commentator Vince McMahon revealed that WWF President Jack Tunney had shortened the interval between entrances from the traditional two minutes to 90 seconds due to time constraints.
Kamala was supposed to compete in the match, but he was replaced by Virgil. Several ongoing feuds came into play during the match.
Crush and his former friend, Randy Savage fought each other until Crush eliminated Savage. Doink had annoyed Bigelow with a series of pranks in late ,  and the feud was supposed to be settled at Survivor Series , but the team of "Doinks" that Bigelow fought was just The Bushwhackers and Men on a Mission dressed up as clowns.
Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty , former tag team partners as The Rockers, traded a series of punches when Jannetty entered the match and Michaels ultimately eliminated Jannetty from the match.
That question was answered when Bret Hart kayfabe limped to the ring as the 27th entrant in the match. Various different wrestlers went to work on his knee. Luger had Hart in a bear hug after punching his face a bit and then briefly lifted him up, but couldn't hold Hart up for very long. Bret Hart then moved both himself and Luger to the ring ropes. In an attempt to push Luger over the top rope, Bret Hart managed to push himself over as well.
Both wrestlers crashed to the floor simultaneously which ended the match. Ludvig Borga did not return to the WWF after his ankle healed,  so there was no closure to his feud with Tatanka.
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Edit Close. Toggle navigation Menu. Tonight Partly cloudy skies. Oh plus some news outside the ring, mailbag, and a preview of Money in the Bank. Enjoy yourself! No description here. This is the best Cheap Heat of quarantine. I don't know why but I loved it. Hope you do too. Thankfully it was a quiet week in the world of wrestling so the boys break down this year's MITB format and spend some time on 25 years of HHH.
A very tough week in the world of wrestling required a therapeutic episode. This week we have a breakdown of the jobs that were lost on Wednesday and some great Howard Finkel stories from Zach Linder who used to work at dot com. So much to discuss from Mania. Greg demands an apology from Dip. Rosenberg rips the internet fans and so much more. Rosenberg sits down with Stone Cold to talk all things Mania.
Rock-Austin, working with Vince and much more. Take it easy. Catch the next one and join on IG live! The Maj One jumps on IG live and reacts immediately to the news of Wrestlemania at the performance center.
Enjoy yourself and take it easy mane. Plus, Natalya falls in and the guys get ready for Revolution this weekend. Skylar Astin and SGG jump on the line with the maj one to break down this weekend's rumble and come up with some fun possibilities for the Rumble winner and Mania.
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SGG nearly started an Internet riot on last week's show, so the mailbag is full. Enjoy yourself. Plus, the boys ask if AEW is running into its first real problems on weekly TV and if Raw made improvements this week. Stay Maj. Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Another week, another uncomfortable moment involving racism and wrestling. Stat Guy and Dip both call in to discuss. We've all been there -- am I right? Well maybe not, but that's where the WWE crew found themselves last week.
The boys break down this bizarre event and the Smackdown that resulted. Two episodes for the price of none. Dip and Rosenberg talk about the week in wrestling and Zelina Vega calls up to discuss her amazing run and her long time love of pro wrestling.
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