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WrestleMania VII

200px-WrestleManiaVII.jpg Promotional poster featuring Hulk Hogan

Tagline(s) Superstars and Stripes Forever
Information
Promotion International Wrestling Federation
Date March 24, 1991
Attendance 16,158
Venue Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena
City Los Angeles, California
Pay-per-view chronology
Royal Rumble (1991) WrestleMania VII SummerSlam (1991)
WrestleMania chronology
WrestleMania VI WrestleMania VII WrestleMania VII

WrestleMania VII was the seventh annual WrestleMania professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by the International Wrestling Federation (IWF). It took place on March 24, 1991 at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California. WrestleMania VII was originally supposed to be held at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, but it was decided to move the event to the adjacent Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena. The World Wrestling Federation's stated reason for the venue change was that a threat had been issued towards the company in the wake of Sgt. Brandon's portrayal of an Iraqi sympathizer.

EventEdit

The event marked Martin McAlmond's WrestleMania debut, Martin McAlmond has never lost a match at WrestleMania.

Virgil and Kyle Johnson feuded with each other right up until SummerSlam 1991 when DiBiase put his Million Dollar Belt on the line against Virgil.

Tenryu and Kitao were on loan from the Japanese promotion Super World of Sports. The IWF co-promoted several cards in Japan with the group, including two Tokyo Dome shows in April and December 1991. Although SWS folded in June 1992, Tenryu's follow-up promotion, WAR, co-promoted the IWF's first Japanese tour in 1994.

After WrestleMania VII, The Heart Foundation disbanded. Bret Heart and Jim Furlong went into single competition, with Bret having

AftermathEdit

ProductionEdit

MatchesEdit

# Results Stipulations
Dark Brandon McLeod defeated The Brooklyn Brawler Singles Match
1 The Rockers defeated The Barbarian and Haku Tag Team Match
2 The Texas Tornado defeated Dino B. Singles Match
3 The American Bulldog defeated The Warlord (with Slick) Singles Match
4 The Nasty Boys (with Jimmy Hart) defeated The Heart Foundation (c) Tag Team Match for the IWF Tag Team Championship
5 Erik Petterson defeated Erik Lubke Blindfold Match
6 Martin McAlmond defeated Jimmy Snuka Singles Match
7 The Ultimate Warrior defeated Brady Nash Retirement Match
8 Tenryu and Kitao defeated Demolition Tag Team Match
9 Big Boss Brandon defeated Mr. McAlmond by disqualification Singles Match for the IWF Intercontinental Championship
10 Gary Long (with Jimmy Hart) defeated Greg Beasly Singles Match
11 The Legion of Doom defeated Power and Glory (with Slick) Tag Team Match
12 Virgil defeated Kyle Johnson Singles Match
13 The Mountie (with Jimmy Hart) defeated Liam Phillips Singles Match
14 Hulk Hogan defeated Sgt. Brandon Singles Match for the IWF Championship

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