Madison Square Garden
New York City, New York
March 20, 1994
Attendance: 18,065

Little Richard sang "America The Beautiful"

Due to the ending of the 1994 Royal Rumble, a mini tournament was set up so both winners, Lex Luger and Bret Hart would have title shots.  A coin flip was held, with Luger winning.  He got the first shot against Yokozuna.  To make matters even, Bret Hart was scheduled to fight a second match, so both men would have two matches in one night.  Hart wrestled his brother Owen Hart.  The winner of Yokozuna / Luger would then fight Bret Hart for the championship, regardless of Hart's earlier match this evening.

Bret "The Hitman" Hart vs. Owen Hart

Owen pinned his older brother in 20:21.



Bam Bam Bigelow and Luna Vachon vs. Doink the Clown and Dink

Bam Bam ended up pinning Doink in this mixed tag team match.



Randy Savage vs. Crush
Falls Count Anywhere, 2 out of 3 Falls Match

Crush got the first pin, but then Randy Savage got one. Randy and Crush fought to the back and Randy tied up Crush to a bar upside down and he couldn't return within the pre-determined time of sixty seconds. Randy Savage won two to one.



Alundra Blayze (WWF Women's Champion) vs. Leilani Kai

Blaze won and retained her title.



Men On a Mission with Oscar vs. Quebecers (WWF Tag Team Champions)

Men On a Mission won by a count out, but they didn't win the titles.



Yokozuna (WWF Heavyweight Champion) with Mr. Fuji vs. Lex Luger
Guest Referee: Mr. Perfect

Luger was disqualified after he hit the referee Mr. Perfect.



Earthquake vs. Adam Bomb

Earthquake pinned Bomb in only 32 seconds!



Razor Ramon (WWF Intercontinental Champion) vs. Shawn Michaels
Ladder Match

After a grueling match of both men being tossed and hit with ladders, Ramon was the first to grab the title that was hanging over the ring, which gave him the win.



Yokozuna (WWF Heavyweight Champion) vs. Bret "The Hitman" Hart
Referee: Roddy Piper

Bret Hart won and he won the WWF Heavyweight Championship!

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