Wrestling History in March
On 1st March in wrestling history, Bam Bam Bigelow engaged in a ring destroying war in Asbury Park for the ECW Television Championship.
On 5th March in wrestling history...A number of title changes have occurred, including winning his first title in almost 14 years.
On 6th March in wrestling history, one of the men destined to be one of WWE's biggest stars headlined a show at Northumbria University Students Union.
On 7th March in wrestling history, Chris Jericho turned on AJ Styles to end the short-lived but legendary Y2AJ tag-team in WWE.
On 8th March in wrestling history, we look back at the televised returns of both Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair, plus the dominant Elimination Chamber performance from Shayna Baszler.
On 9th March in wrestling history TNA host a Fish Market Street Fight and Cactus Jack dances out of ECW for the final time.
On March 10th in wrestling history, Daniel Bryan took part in the famous 'Occupy Raw' segment that changed the face of WrestleMania XXX and his own future.
On March 11th in wrestling history, Steve Austin and Hulk Hogan took part in the same WWE match for the one and only time on Monday Night Raw.
On March 12th in wrestling history, at the WWE Network special, Roadblock, WWE Champion Triple H defended his title against Dean Ambrose.
On March 13th 2004, WWE brought back their Hall Of Fame ceremony for the first time in eight years. Inductees include Bobby Heenan and Sgt. Slaughter.
On 14th March in wrestling history, the landmark WrestleMania XX took place at Madison Square Garden and The Rockers teamed up once again.
On 15th March in wrestling history, The Dudley Boyz win their first of many tag team championships and Marty Jannetty faces Kurt Angle on SmackDown.
On 16th March in wrestling history Mick Foley loses an ear, Owen Hart loses a championship, and Stone Cold announces Austin 3:16 Day as a public holiday.
On March 17th in wrestling history, Hulk Hogan faced The Rock in a packed Toronto Skydome in one of the most iconic WWE WrestleMania matches of all time.
On 18th March in wrestling history, we take a look back at the last ever WCW PPV, and we witness the debut of the Beast, Brock Lesnar.
On 19th March in wrestling history, Dustin Rhodes and Blacktop Bully did battle on the back of a moving truck at WCW Uncensored.
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On 21st March in wrestling history, a 10 man tag team match that was supposed to happen at WrestleMania X took place on Monday Night Raw.
On March 22nd in wrestling history, 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin provided one of the most iconic moments of WWE's Attitude Era with his Corporation dousing 'Beer Bath'.
On 23rd March in wrestling history, 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin and Bret 'Hitman' Hart took part in one of the most remarkable matches in WWE history at WrestleMania XIII.
On March 24th in wrestling history, Randy Savage and Miss Elizabeth reunited in one of the most iconic moments in WrestleMania history.
On 25th March in wrestling history, the first night of the most surreal WrestleMania was taped including the Boneyard Match - The last match in the career of The Undertaker.
On 26th March in wrestling history, the historic final Monday Nitro took place with title changes and the 'Hell Froze Over' of the McMahons on WCW TV.
On 27th March in Wrestling history, 'Macho Man' Randy Savage won his historic first WWF Title at WrestleMania IV.
On 28th March in wrestling history, we look back at the epic WrestleMania Streak vs. Career match and a not-so epic WrestleMania Hell in a Cell match.
On 29th March in wrestling history, we look back at three different WrestleMania PPVs including one of the greatest Money in the Bank cash ins of all time.
On 30th March in wrestling history, two of the biggest WrestleManias of all time took place and saw the final WWE matches of icons Ric Flair and Steve Austin.