|Bret wins the title back (WWE)|
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Wrestlemania 10 in my view was the start of a new era for the WWF. Main stay main eventer Hulk Hogan was gone from the company. Randy Savage was on his way out. Roddy Piper was merely a special guest referee.
Workhorse Bret Hart proved to be the man that night by wrestling (and losing to) his younger brother Owen in what may be the best opening match in the history of Wrestlemania and later going on to defeat Yokozuna for the World heavyweight title. I'm not a fan of repeat matches or main events for that matter at Wrestlemania, but the outcome of the match at 10 was much different than at 9, and with Piper as the special guest referee it added something different to the mix.
|Close, but no cigar for Luger|
Doink and Dink teamed up against Bam Bam Bigelow and Luna Vachon. Let's never speak of that match again. Savage ended up beating Crush in a falls count anywhere match. This would be one of the Macho Man's final appearance in the WWF/E forever. Kinda sad to think about that. Men on a Mission nearly won the WWF tag team titles, beating the Quebecers by disqualification which should tell you something about the state of the tag team situation back in 1994. Women's wrestling was back on the card for the first time years, with Alundra Blayze beating former champion Leilani Kai. The Undertaker, who had started his impressive streak 3 years earlier, wasn't on the show. He was selling the beat down he took at the hands of Yokozuna a couple months earlier at the Royal Rumble.
|Shawn comes crashing down (WWE)|
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