April 8th in wrestling history saw the wrestling debut of one of the most famous female athletes on the planet, Ronda Rousey.
On 6th April 2014 the most famous streak in the history of wrestling came to an end at WrestleMania XXX when The Undertaker was defeated by Brock Lesnar.
On 1st April in wrestling history, no fools here as the the events considered as the greatest WrestleMania and the greatest NXT TakeOver both took place.
On March 31st in wrestling history, WrestleMania is born in 1985, the boyhood dream comes true in 1996 and The Nature Boy retires in 2008.
On 27th March in Wrestling history, ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage won his historic first WWF Title at WrestleMania IV.
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 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 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 20th March in wrestling history, WrestleMania X saw the last WWE PPV match for Randy Savage and the sensational first ladder match in the company.
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 March 12th in wrestling history, at the WWE Network special, Roadblock, WWE Champion Triple H defended his title against Dean Ambrose.
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 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 February 20th in wrestling history, JBL defended his WWE Championship against The Big Show in a barbed wire steel cage match at No Way Out 2004.
On February 19th at No Way Out in 2006, The Undertaker faced Kurt Angle in one of the most acclaimed bouts in WWE history.