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Of course WWE or WWF have the word "World" in them so it should come as no surprise that this global company took the show on the road back in 1992. That was the first time SummerSlam or any WWF pay-per-view had originated overseas. If my memory is correct, I think it may still be. At the very least SummerSlam '92 is the only of the Big Four to do so.
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The WWF championship match was not the main event of the night. It was a rematch from the previous year's Wrestlemania as Randy Savage defended the belt against the Ultimate Warrior. By this point, both were good guys. Warrior wore a singlet that looked like something Mr. Goodbody would have been proud. The match didn't compare to their Wrestlemania VII classic which is my favorite Mania match of all time. Ric Flair and Mr. Perfect interfered in the match, and Warrior ended up winning via count out. Savage dropped the belt a few weeks later back to Flair.