WrestleMania V

WrestleMania V

Infobox Wrestling event
name=WrestleMania V

tagline=The Mega Powers Explode
promotion=World Wrestling Federation
date=April 2 1989
venue=Trump Plaza
city=Atlantic City, New Jersey
lastevent=Royal Rumble (1989)
nextevent=SummerSlam (1989)
lastevent2=WrestleMania IV
nextevent2=WrestleMania VI

WrestleMania V was the fifth annual WrestleMania professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). It took place on April 2 1989 at the Trump Plaza in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The event was commentated by Gorilla Monsoon and Jesse Ventura.

The main event was Hulk Hogan versus Randy Savage for the WWF Championship billed "The Mega Powers Explode" which Hogan won after a leg drop.cite web|url=http://www.wwe.com/shows/wrestlemania/history/wm5/mainevent/|title=Hulk Hogan vs. "Macho Man" Randy Savage - WWE Championship|publisher=World Wrestling Entertainment|accessdate=2008-06-14] Featured matches on the undercard were Rick Rude versus The Ultimate Warrior for the WWF Intercontinental Championship,cite web|url=http://www.wwe.com/shows/wrestlemania/history/wm5/results/|title=WrestleMania V official results|publisher=World Wrestling Entertainment|accessdate=2008-06-14] The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart) versus Greg Valentine and The Honky Tonk Mancite web|url=http://www.pwwew.net/ppv/wwf/march/v.htm|title=WrestleMania V results|publisher=pWwew - Everything Wrestling|accessdate=2008-06-14] and Demolition (Ax and Smash) versus Powers of Pain and Mr. Fuji in a handicap match for the WWF Tag Team Championship.cite web|url=http://wcwrules4lyf.wordpress.com/2008/02/12/wrestlemania-v/|date=2008-02-12|title=WrestleMania V|publisher=The Powerdriver Review|accessdate=2008-06-14]


The main feud heading into WrestleMania was between Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage, with the two battling over the WWF Championship. At WrestleMania IV in March 1988, Savage defeated Ted DiBiase in a tournament final to win the vacant WWF Championship with help from Hogan. [cite web|url=http://www.wwe.com/shows/wrestlemania/history/wm4/mainevent/|title=Randy "Macho Man" Savage vs. "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase - WWE Championship Tournament Finals|publisher=World Wrestling Entertainment|accessdate=2008-06-14] As a result, the duo formed a tag team known as The Mega Powers. They feuded with many heel tag teams throughout the entire year and were a successful team. Mega Powers ruled and dominated the WWF for 16 months. However, their domination and tag team began to breakup in early 1989. This all began on January 7 1989 edition of "Saturday Night's Main Event", Hogan was mercilessly beaten by The Twin Towers after his match with Akeem. Savage came out and cleared the ring with a steel chair. Elizabeth took Hogan to the backstage which angered Savage. He thought that he was a third wheel and this was the beginning of the breakup of Mega Powers as Savage was angry that why his wife Miss Elizabeth was used by Hogan as his manager. He confronted her about the issue but she took Hogan to the backstage. [cite web|date=2008-02-12|url=http://wcwrules4lyf.wordpress.com/2008/02/12/saturday-night%e2%80%99s-main-event-19-0189/|title=Saturday Night's Main Event #19 (01.89)|publisher=The Powerdriver Review|accessdate=2008-06-12] Problems increased further in the Royal Rumble match where Hogan accidentally eliminated Savage as he was trying to eliminate Bad News Brown.cite web|date=2008-02-12|url=http://wcwrules4lyf.wordpress.com/2008/02/12/royal-rumble-1989/|title=Royal Rumble 1989|publisher=The Powerdriver Review|accessdate=2008-06-12] On February 3 edition of "The Main Event", Hogan and Savage faced The Twin Towers (Akeem and The Big Boss Man) in a tag team match, filled with controversy. During the climax of the match, Akeem threw Savage and Hogan did not help Savage. Instead, when Akeem began taunting Elizabeth, Hogan came out to help her. Savage questioned what was happening but Hogan did not reply. Hogan picked and took her to the backstage. He was caring about Elizabeth while Savage was alone handling Twin Towers. When Hogan came back, Savage slapped him in the face and took the belt in his hand and turned heel by abandoning Hogan. Though, Hogan managed to pick up the win. [cite web|date=2008-02-12|url=http://wcwrules4lyf.wordpress.com/2008/02/12/the-main-event-2/|title=The Main Event #2 (02.89)|publisher=The Powerdriver Review|accessdate=2008-06-12] This began a feud between the two. Hogan challenged Savage to a match for the WWF Championship at WrestleMania, which Savage accepted.

The second main feud heading into WrestleMania was between Rick Rude and The Ultimate Warrior over the WWF Intercontinental Championship. Rude and Warrior were booked to face each other in a "Super Posedown" at Royal Rumble in January 1989. Rude was better in every posedown because of his ability, muscles, good body and techniques but Warrior won the posedown because fans gave him a good reaction while Rude was given a bad reaction. The winner had to be decided by a fan reaction, where Warrior won the posedown. However, after the posedown, a furious and angry Rude attacked Warrior. This lead to a feud between the two and an Intercontinental title match at WrestleMania.

The other main match on the undercard was Demolition (Ax and Smash) versus Powers of Pain (The Barbarian and The Warlord) and Mr. Fuji in a handicap match for the WWF Tag Team Championship. Demolition was a dominant heel tag team since its debut in early 1987. They defeated Strike Force (Tito Santana and Rick Martel) for the titles at WrestleMania IV. [cite web|url=http://www.wwe.com/shows/wrestlemania/history/wm4/results/|title=WrestleMania IV official results|publisher=World Wrestling Entertainment|accessdate=2008-06-16] They had a successful feud with The Hart Foundation during their early reign. [cite web|url=http://www.wwe.com/shows/summerslam07/history/1988/results/|title=SummerSlam 1988 official results|publisher=World Wrestling Entertainment|accessdate=2008-06-16] [cite web|url=http://www.wwe.com/shows/snme/history/1985to1992/oct291988|title=Saturday Night's Main Event results - October 29, 1988|publisher=World Wrestling Entertainment|accessdate=2008-06-16] In the summer of 1988, a powerhouse babyface tag team Powers of Pain debuted and feuded with Demolition over the tag titles. At Survivor Series, Demolition's manager Mr. Fuji turned on them after causing them to lose their Survivor Series match, culminating in a double turn as Demolition turned babyfaces and Powers of Pain turned heels. [cite web|url=http://www.pwwew.net/ppv/wwf/november/1988.htm|title=Survivor Series 1988 results|publisher=pWwew - Everything Wrestling|accessdate=2008-06-16] Powers of Pain made Mr. Fuji their manager, leading to their WrestleMania encounter with Demolition for the tag titles in a 3-on-2 handicap match.


WWF Women's Champion Rockin' Robin opened the show by performing "America the Beautiful". The first match at WrestleMania V was between Hercules and King Haku. Haku attacked from behind to start, but Hercules used some power moves to get the advantage before he clotheslined Haku, sending him to the floor. He suplexed Haku in the ring and hit him a series of elbow drops. After dominating Haku, Hercules focused his attention on Haku's manager Bobby Heenan. Haku nailed Hercules from behind and hit him with two backbreakers for a near-fall. Hercules avoided a diving splash by Haku and hit him with a knee lift. He hit a series of clotheslines and powerslammed Haku for a near-fall. He attempted a top rope maneuver but when he came down, Haku caught him with a savate kick. Hercules fell in the corner and Haku tried to open the middle rope as Hercules rolled away. Hercules ducked a chair shot and hit Haku with a bridging back suplex to win the match. The second match was a tag team match between The Twin Towers (Akeem and The Big Boss Man) and The Rockers (Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty). Bossman slapped on Michaels in the corner and turned around to look on Jannetty but when he turned back, Michaels hit him a missile dropkick. He hit Akeem and Bossman with flying forearm smashes before Bossman tagged in Akeem. The Rockers worked on Akeem's arm before he powered out and tagged Bossman. Jannetty tagged in and was hit with a leapfrog. Twin Towers took turns and beat Jannetty. He avoided a big splash by Akeem and tagged Michaels. Rockers hit Akeem with Double Flying Fists and Michaels tried a near-fall on Akeem. Akeem hit Michaels a lariat. Bossman tagged in and tried to hit a corner body splash on Michaels but he sidestepped, getting a near-fall. They hit Akeem with a double dropkick and they hit Bossman with a double missile dropkick. Akeem tagged in and dumped Jannetty. Michaels came off the top on Akeem but Bossman powerbombed him. Akeem took advantage and hit Michaels with an Air Africa and pinned him to win the match.

The third match was a non-title match between Brutus Beefcake and WWF Million Dollar Champion Ted DiBiase. It was for the first time DiBiase's Million Dollar Championship belt had appeared on PPV. Beefcake knocked DiBiase out on the floor before getting back into the ring. He pounded on DiBiase but Virgil caught Beefcake's foot. DiBiase hit him a clothesline and applied a chokehold on Beefcake, and followed it up with a Million Dollar Drop for a near-fall. He hit a middle rope diving back elbow drop on Beefcake for another near-fall. DiBiase hit him an Irish whip and had an inside cradle pinfall attempt on Beefcake. He tried to hit a vertical suplex on Beefcake but Beefcake countered it into a hanging suplex. DiBiase applied a Million Dollar Dream on Beefcake, who grabbed the ropes. He slammed DiBiase's face in the corner and applied a Barber's Chair on DiBiase. Virgil hoped up on the apron, distracting Beefcake. Beefcake released DiBiase from the hold and went after Virgil. DiBiase nailed Beefcake from behind to the floor. The referee was busy with DiBiase while Virgil pounded on Beefcake but Beefcake no-sold and chased Virgil. DiBiase came from behind and nailed Beefcake. The two brawled outside the ring and were counted-out, resulting in a no contest. They continued to beat each other. The fourth match was a tag team match between The Bushwhackers (Luke Williams and Butch Miller) and The Fabulous Rougeaus (Jacques and Raymond). Bushwhackers grabbed Rougeaus' manager Jimmy Hart's jacket but Rougeaus pounded on them. Luke and Raymond began the match. Luke missed a fist drop on Raymond but Luke and Butch hit him a battering ram. Luke made the cover but Jacques came in and accidentally hit a knee drop on Raymond as he was going to hit Luke but Luke sidestepped. Rougeaus double-teamed Luke for a while as the referee was busy with Butch. They kicked Luke in the gut and then celebrated. They celebrated too much that Bushwhackers hit Raymond a battering ram and a rib breaker. Luke then pinned Raymond to win the match. The fifth match was between Mr. Perfect and The Blue Blazer. Perfect beat on Blazer until Blazer flipped out of a hip toss. Blazer hit some moves on Perfect and went for a split-legged moonsault on Perfect, who hit Blazer with his knees. He applied a chinlock on Blazer but Blazer escaped and hit Perfect with a boot to the head. He followed it up with a powerslam and a belly to belly suplex for near-falls. He busted out of a crucifix and got another near-fall and then he began arguing with the referee. This helped Perfect to connect with a forearm club and a Perfectplex pinfall for the victory.

The sixth match was a WWF Tag Team Championship handicap match between Demolition and Powers of Pain (The Warlord and The Barbarian) & Mr. Fuji. In the beginning, Ax and Smash pounded on Warlord until Warlord backed Smash in their corner and tagged Barbarian. Smash fought back and tagged in Ax, who locked in a hammerlock on Barbarian. Fuji tagged in and hit a chop on Ax followed by a diving headbutt in groin. He tagged in Warlord, who increased Ax's damage. Fuji tagged in and missed a Fuji Drop. Warlord cut Ax's tag with Smash, but was hit with a forearm club by Ax. Ax tagged in Smash. Ax dumped Barbarian while Smash beat up on Warlord. Mr. Fuji tried to throw salt in Smash's eyes but accidentally threw salt in Warlord's eyes. Demolition grabbed Fuji and hit him with the Demolition Decapitation and Ax pinned Fuji to win the match and retain the titles. The seventh match was between Dino Bravo and Ron Garvin. Bravo hit a series of forearm smashes in Garvin's back and applied a bearhug. Bravo threw him in the corner and hit him with a series of shoulder blocks. Garvin smashed Bravo's head in the turnbuckles a few times for a near-fall. He followed it up with a sleeper hold on Bravo but Bravo grabbed the ropes. Garvin tried to hit a piledriver. Bravo went for a back body drop but Garvin held on for a sunset flip pin for a near-fall. Garvin took him to the corner and went for ten-count-corner punches. Bravo countered with an inverted atomic drop and a sidewalk slam, followed by a pinfall victory. After the match, Bravo's manager Frenchy Martin attacked Garvin but received a Garvin Stomp for his troubles. The eighth match was a tag team match between Brain Busters (Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard) and Strike Force (Tito Santana and Rick Martel). Martel and Blanchard fought out before Anderson hit Martel with his knee in the back. Brain Busters tried to double-team him but he fought out of their corner. Strike Force hit Brain Busters with dropkicks, sending them to the floor. Back in the ring, Anderson was hit with an Irish whip and then he received a rolling spinebuster for a near-fall. Anderson went for a body scissors on Martel but Martel turned it into a Boston crab. Blanchard interfered and hit Martel with an eye rake. Blanchard tagged in while Santana grabbed Martel receiving a blind tag. He hit Blanchard with a bulldog and then slapped in a figure four leglock. Martel also applied the figure four leglock on Anderson. Santana got a near-fall with a back slide on Blanchard. He went to the top rope and hit a flying forearm smash on Blanchard. Blanchard ducked and Santana accidentally hit Martel. Brain Busters took advantage and double-teamed Santana. He fought out and crawled to tag Martel but he refused and walked away, turning heel. Anderson and Blanchard hit Santana with a spike piledriver. Anderson got a pin on Santana, getting the victory, and breaking up Strike Force.

Next was a Piper's Pit segment with Morton Downey, Jr. as the guest. Before Roddy Piper could interview Morton, Brother Love came out dressed as Piper and impersonated him. The real Piper came out and got rid of Brother Love by ripping Brother Love's kilt off. After Morton blew constant smoke from his cigarette into Piper's face during the interview, Piper put out the cigarette and Morton with a fire extinguisher. The ninth match was between Jake Roberts and André the Giant, with Big John Studd as the Special Guest Referee. André pounded on Roberts until Roberts beat him up. André got tied up in the ropes. Roberts took full advantage and got his snake Damien but Studd stopped Roberts. André took advantage and broke free out of the ropes and applied a chokehold on Roberts. He went for a shoulder block on Roberts in the corner but accidentally hit a headbutt on himself. Roberts hit André with a knee lift and drove him into the exposed turnbuckle. André chopped Roberts on the floor and knocked him on the apron before having a confrontation with Studd. Ted DiBiase and Virgil came out and attempted to steal Damien but Roberts got Damien back. In the ring, André headbutted Studd, thus getting disqualified. Despite having won the match, Roberts tossed Damien in the ring to save Studd from André. The tenth match was a tag team match between The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart) and Rhythm and Blues (Greg Valentine and The Honky Tonk Man). Neidhart hit Valentine with a slingshot shoulder block for a near-fall. Honky tagged in but got nailed by Neidhart. Hart tagged in and connected with a backbreaker on Honky but missed a double axe handle middle rope elbow drop. Honky had the match won as he hit Hart with a Shake, Rattle N' Roll but he tagged in Valentine instead of pinning Hart. Valentine slapped in the figure four leglock on Hart. Hart crawled out of it but then he received a Gutbuster by Honky. Hart managed to hit a flying crossbody on Honky. Valentine tagged in and blocked a roll-up by Hart. Hart rolled out and tagged Neidhart. Neidhart dropkicked both Valentine and Honky and then hit Valentine with a shoulder block and made a cover. Honky made the save. A lariat on Valentine got another near-fall for Neidhart. Hart and Honky tagged in. Valentine ran in and nailed Neidhart on the apron. The referee was busy with taking out Valentine. Neidhart took advantage and handed Bret Hart, Jimmy Hart's megaphone. Hart knocked Honky with it and pinned him to win the matchup.

The eleventh match was a WWF Intercontinental Championship match between defending champion The Ultimate Warrior and Rick Rude. Warrior shoved Rude into the corner many times before slapping on a bearhug. Rude hit a missile dropkick on Warrior and went for a cover, but Warrior no-sold and grabbed a second bearhug on Rude. Rude bit but Warrior hit him with a back body drop. He went for a Warrior Splash but Rude hit his knees on Warrior. Rude followed with a back to belly piledriver and got a near-fall on the champion. Rude hit a jawbreaker on Warrior and clotheslined him for a near-fall. He hit Warrior with a Russian legsweep and got another near-fall. Rude hooked on a surfboard but Warrior grabbed the ropes. He powered out hitting Rude with a running shoulder block. He delivered Rude a backbreaker and tried to lift him up, but dropped him clumsily in the ropes. Warrior hit Rude a series of Irish whips in every corner. He missed a Warrior Splash. Rude went for a Rude Awakening but Warrior powered out and clotheslined Rude to the apron. He tried to suplex him back into the ring, but Rude's manager Bobby Heenan grabbed Warrior's legs for Rude to fall on Warrior. Heenan grabbed Warrior's leg during the pinfall attempt by Rude, which was successful. Rude won the match and became new WWF Intercontinental Champion. This gave Warrior his first pinfall loss in WWF. Following the match, Warrior hit Heenan with a gorilla press drop. The twelfth match was between Jim Duggan and Bad News Brown. The powerhouse Brown dominated Duggan in the early goings but missed a charge in the corner. Duggan hit him a series of punches. Brown hit Duggan an Irish whip and smashed his head into the turnbuckles but Duggan no-sold. Duggan hit Brown a series of shoulder blocks before getting slugged. They went to the floor where Duggan was whipped shoulder-first into the ringpost. Brown hit Duggan a Ghetto Blaster but Duggan avoided it and instead hit his three-point stance clothesline. Brown fell to the floor and tossed a chair into the ring. Meanwhile, Duggan got his 2x4. They both hit each other with foreign objects. The referee disqualified both men, as the match resulted in a double disqualification. The thirteenth match and the final match on the card was between Red Rooster and Bobby Heenan. As the match began, Heenan immediately covered on Rooster but failed. Rooster tried to hit Heenan with an Irish whip but Heenan reversed it into his own. He missed a charge on Rooster and ran shoulder-first into the ringpost. Rooster pinned him and won the match in just thirty-two seconds. After the match, Rooster was attacked by Brooklyn Brawler.

The main event was for the WWF Championship between defending champion Randy Savage and Hulk Hogan. Hogan hit Savage with a shoulder block to send him out to the floor. Savage returned to the ring and applied a headlock on Hogan before pounding him in face. Hogan shoved Savage again, but Savage grabbed and went to the floor. Hogan chased Savage around the ringside. He hid behind Miss Elizabeth, who was in a neutral corner. Savage went back in the ring and began taunting Hogan. Hogan applied a headlock and hit Savage with a drop toe hold. He slapped a front facelock on Savage, which Savage countered into a back suplex. The champion hit a double axe handle from the top rope on Hogan for a near-fall. Savage applied an armbar on Hogan until Hogan yanked Savage out to the floor. Hogan threw Savage back in the ring and smashed him in the turnbuckle and followed with a running clothesline, a series of elbow drops and a big boot. He received an Irish whip and a clothesline by Savage. Savage got a near-fall. Savage hooked on a chinlock on Hogan until Hogan hit his elbow and hit Savage with an atomic drop but missed an elbow drop. Savage took advantage and hit Hogan a knee in the corner. Savage hit him Irish whips in every corner before he began posing. Hogan hit Savage a series of punches and a corner clothesline, sending him out. Elizabeth checked on Savage, but he pushed her away. Hogan lifted Savage in the shoulder and tried to ram him in the ringpost but Elizabeth prevented Hogan from doing this. Savage took advantage and slipped off and rammed Hogan into the ringpost. The referee Dave Hebner sent Elizabeth to the backstage. As Hogan was getting up, Savage hit him a diving double axe handle. Savage hit Hogan a hotshot. He drove his elbow into Hogan's throat on the apron, damaging Hogan's throat. Savage hit a knee drop on Hogan, getting a near-fall. He went to the top rope and hit a Savage Elbow. He did a pinfall attempt on Hogan, but Hogan hulked up and hit Savage with punches, big boot and a leg drop for the victory and his second WWF Championship.


Hulk Hogan continued his feud with Randy Savage. WWF financed a movie in 1989 known as "No Holds Barred" which starred Hogan as the lead character, Rip and Tom Lister, Jr. acted as the villain Zeus. In the movie, Rip defeats Zeus. This movie lead to a feud between Hogan and Zeus in the WWF because Zeus wanted to take revenge from Hogan of the movie in real-life. He was billed in the WWF as Zeus and he formed an alliance with Savage. Hogan's best friend Brutus Beefcake joined him in the war. This lead to a tag team main event at SummerSlam, where Hogan and Beefcake defeated Zeus and Savage. [cite web|url=http://www.wwe.com/shows/summerslam07/history/1989/mainevent/|title=Hulk Hogan & Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake w/ Elizabeth vs. "Macho Man" Randy Savage & Zeus w/ Sensational Sherri|publisher=World Wrestling Entertainment|accessdate=2008-06-18] The rivalry continued until No Holds Barred PPV, where Hogan and Beefcake beat Zeus and Savage in a steel cage match, thus ending the rivalry. [cite web|url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/supercards/usa/miscppvs1980s.html#nhb|title=No Holds Barred: The match / the movie results|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-06-18] Rick Martel turned heel and transformed into The Model, breaking up Strike Force and feuded with now former partner Tito Santana. Martel and fellow French Canadians The Fabulous Rougeaus (Jacques and Raymond) defeated Santana and The Rockers (Marty Jannetty and Shawn Michaels). [cite web|url=http://www.wwe.com/shows/summerslam07/history/1989/results/|title=SummerSlam 1989 official results|publisher=World Wrestling Entertainment|accessdate=2008-06-18]


Other on-screen talent


*Run-DMC performed a "WrestleMania Rap" for the audience.cite web|url=http://www.wwe.com/shows/wrestlemania/history/wm5/factsstats/|title=WrestleMania V Facts/Stats|publisher=World Wrestling Entertainment|accessdate=2008-06-18]
*Other celebrity guests in attendance for included Morton Downey, Jr. and Donald Trump.
*More seats were added to the Trump Plaza to increase the attendance from the prior WrestleMania which was also held in the Trump Plaza.
*WrestleMania IV and V are the only two WrestleManias to be held at the same venue for two consecutive years.
*This Wrestlemania event was declared the "Worst Major Wrestling Show" by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.


External links

* [http://www.wwe.com/shows/wrestlemania/history/wm5/ The Official Website of WrestleMania V]

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