Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan are doing commentary for the last episode of the taping cycle in Fort Myers, Florida. This is the last WWF telecast before WrestleMania VII.
Opening Contest: The Texas Tornado (7-0) pins Cliff Sheats after the discus punch at 2:45:
In the split screen, the Tornado promises that the upcoming WrestleMania will be Dino Bravo’s last match. The Tornado goes back to using the claw to set up his finisher, earning the acclaim of the crowd.
Gene Okerlund does the Special Report segment, recapping the Sergeant Slaughter-Hulk Hogan feud.
The Nasty Boys (w/Jimmy Hart) (6-0) defeat Rico Federico & Randy Hunter when Jerry Sags pins Hunter after the Trip to Nastyville at 2:39:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Hart Foundation do an insert promo that urges that Nasties to read their Spotlight magazine profile in order to prepare for WrestleMania VII. The Nasties have the best win-loss record of any tag team in the company, a mark they keep adding to with today’s squash.
WrestleMania VII promos with Sean Mooney! Rick Martel says Jake Roberts is going to need the fans help to beat him in the blindfold match, but Martel claims his fans will drown out Roberts in Los Angeles. Ted DiBiase argues that he will rise to the occasion like all great athletes do at WrestleMania.
Rick Martel (7-0) defeats Terry Davis via submission to the Boston Crab at 2:23:
Jake Roberts does an insert promo about how Martel will be shrouded in darkness at WrestleMania. As he did in his last squash, Martel puts Davis in a blindfold and toys with him before getting a submission win with the Boston Crab. Heenan makes a funny joke of having seen ring announcer Mike McGuirk leave various clubs wearing the blindfold hood.
Okerlund interviews Hulk Hogan, who puts over the power of Hulkamania and reiterates the talking points he used for his promo on the Stars & Stripes Forever special.
The Undertaker (w/Paul Bearer) (10-0) pins Dale Wolfe with the Tombstone at 2:30:
Heenan gets another dig on McGuirk, arguing that a terrified fan is sitting too close to her. Jimmy Snuka, who Monsoon refers to as “The Phenom,” gets time for a split screen promo, promising to bury the Undertaker at WrestleMania. Heenan loves the finish, laughing when Wolfe’s head is driven into the canvas with the Tombstone. After the bell, the Undertaker sprinkles dirt on Wolfe.
More WrestleMania promos with Mooney! The Undertaker and Bearer tell fans that they have found a special piece of granite for Snuka’s tombstone, which will read “Rest in peace” after WrestleMania. The Legion of Doom promise that Power & Glory will feel their power.
Okerlund does the final WrestleMania VII Report. Randy Savage and Sensational Sherri argue that he and his career are too hot for the Ultimate Warrior to handle. The Warrior rebuts that he is not a normal man. He urges Savage to get on a spaceship and drive into a black hole to figure out what the Warrior is all about. The Warrior says that his hands and fans will end Savage’s career. The Big Bossman promises to kick Perfect’s teeth in and end the Heenan Family.
Tito Santana (3-0) pins Pez Whatley after the flying forearm at 1:29:
In the split screen, the Mountie and Jimmy Hart tell Santana that they will bring him to justice and give him a wake up call so humiliating that he will leave the WWF. Monsoon argues that the Mountie would not last long in Mexico. Shortly after the promo, Santana comes off the ropes with the flying forearm and stays undefeated for the year, establishing a better opening mark than he did in 1990.
A final round of WrestleMania promos with Mooney! The Rockers put themselves over as the tag team of the 1990s and argue that they will prove they are the WWF’s best tag team against Haku and the Barbarian at WrestleMania.
The Stars & Stripes Forever video package that hypes the Hulk Hogan-Sergeant Slaughter feud is replayed.
The Last Word: Since this show aired in many markets on WrestleMania Sunday it tried to provide one last salvo to encourage people to buy the show. It did a good job highlighting most of the matches on the card. In fact, the only WrestleManiamatch to receive little attention over the last month is Demolition’s battle with Genichiro Tenryu and Koji Kitao, yet another sign of how Demolition was not held in high regard by the company anymore.
Up Next: WrestleMania VII!