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Top 10 WWE Superstars who had multiple matches at a single WrestleMania

Published at :April 15, 2024 at 4:08 PM
Modified at :April 15, 2024 at 4:09 PM
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The rich history of WrestleMania is filled with memorable moments, iconic matches, and legendary superstars. Among these moments are the instances where wrestlers have competed in multiple matches during a single Mania event, showcasing their resilience, versatility, and determination.

Let’s take a closer look at 10 WWE superstars who had the honor of participating in multiple matches at a single WM.

10. Roman Reigns – WrestleMania XL

“The Tribal Chief” might not anymore be in control of WWE, since his loss at WrestleMania 40, but during the live PPV Roman Reigns made history as he became one of the few men to have fought multiple matches in a single WrestleMania. At WM 40 Roman Reigns fought Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins on Day 1 in a tag team match and on day 2 Roman Reigns fought Cody Rhodes in a failing valiant effort to keep his title on his shoulder.

9. Cody Rhodes – WrestleMania XL

Every WWE fan must have wanted only one thing to happen at WrestleMania 40 and that was Cody “finish his story” and he actually did it. He just didn’t do it, he did everything in style. He with Roman Reigns fought two matches in a single WrestleMania making him synonymous with the greats of the industry.

8. Damian Priest – WrestleMania XL

Damian Priest won the WWE World Heavyweight Champion at WrestleMania 40. After losing the WWE Undisputed tag-team Championships on Day of WrestleMania 40, Damian Priest used that fire to cash-in his Money in the Bank on Drew McIntyre at the grandest stage of them all, making him only the second man to ever cash-in at WrestleMania.

7. Randy Savage – WrestleMania IV

At WrestleMania IV, Randy Savage embarked on a journey to capture his first WWE Championship. Overcoming formidable opponents such as Butch Reed and Greg “The Hammer” Valentine, Savage showcased his in-ring prowess and resilience.

Ultimately, Savage emerged victorious in the tournament final, defeating Ted DiBiase to claim the WWE Championship and etch his name in Mania history.

6. Ted DiBiase – WrestleMania IV

Ted DiBiase’s quest for the WWE Championship at WM IV saw him compete in multiple matches throughout the night. Despite his impressive victories over Jim Duggan and Don Muraco, DiBiase fell short in the tournament final against Randy Savage.

Nevertheless, DiBiase’s performance showcased his dominance and solidified his status as one of WWE’s most formidable villains.

Also Read: Top 10 WWE Superstars with most WrestleMania main events in history

5. Yokozuna – WrestleMania X

Yokozuna made history at WM X by competing in two matches, demonstrating his remarkable endurance and skill. Retaining the WWE Championship against Lex Luger in a controversial match, Yokozuna later faced Bret Hart in the main event.

Despite his valiant efforts, Yokozuna was unable to secure victory, as Hart emerged triumphant, ending Yokozuna’s impressive championship reign.

4. Hulk Hogan – WrestleMania IX and X

Hulk Hogan’s legendary career includes multiple instances of competing in multiple matches at WrestleMania. At Mania IX, Hogan famously captured the WWE Championship in the main event, cementing his status as one of the greatest superstars in WWE history.

Similarly, at Mania X, Hogan competed in a tag team match before returning later in the night to capture the WWE Championship once again, showcasing his enduring popularity and impact on the industry.

3. Bret Hart – WrestleMania X

Bret Hart’s unforgettable performance at WrestleMania X saw him compete in two iconic matches, solidifying his reputation as one of WWE’s finest technical wrestlers.

Despite a heartbreaking loss to his brother Owen in the opening match, Hart rebounded to win the WWE Championship in a thrilling encounter with Yokozuna, showcasing his resilience and determination on the grandest stage of them all.

2. Daniel Bryan – WrestleMania XXX

Daniel Bryan’s remarkable journey to the top of WWE culminated in a historic night at WrestleMania XXX, where he competed in two pivotal matches. Overcoming Triple H in a thrilling opening bout, Bryan later captured the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in a dramatic main event match, fulfilling his lifelong dream and earning a well-deserved place in Mania history.

Also Read: Top 10 greatest WWE WrestleMania matches of all time

1. Seth Rollins – WrestleMania 31 & WrestleMania XL

Seth Rollins’ unforgettable WM moment came at Mania 31 when he cashed in his Money in the Bank contract during the main event match between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns. With his timely intervention, Rollins secured victory and captured the WWE Championship, showcasing his cunning and strategic prowess on the grandest stage of them all.

Let’s be honest, this man deserves his flowers, as when it comes to being a workhorse, WWE has only one man they can trust and put their belief in. It is none other than Seth “freakin” Rollins. At, WrestleMania 40 Rollins fought alongside Cody Rhodes to fight against The Bloodlie and then on Day 2 he fought with an injured knee against Dre Mcintyre to defend his WWE World Heavyweight Championship, which he lost succumbing to his injuries

In conclusion, these seven WWE superstars have left an indelible mark on WrestleMania history by competing in multiple matches at a single event. Whether capturing championship gold, overcoming formidable opponents, or delivering unforgettable moments, these superstars have showcased their talent, determination, and resilience on the grandest stage of them all.

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