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WrestleMania I
The first WrestleMania was held by the World Wrestling Federation on March 31, 1985 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Along with the special appearances of Liberace and Cyndi Lauper, the main event featured Muhammad Ali as the special guest referee and Billy Martin as the special guest ring announcer. The main event itself was a tag-team match between the WWF Champion Hulk Hogan and Mr. T, accompanied by Jimmy Snuka against the team of Roddy Piper and Paul Orndorff, who were accompanied by Cowboy Bob Orton. The financial and critical success of the event secured the company's status as the most successful promotion in the United States, rising above competitors such as the National Wrestling Alliance and American Wrestling Association.

WrestleMania II
WrestleMania II was held the following year and took place in three venues across the country. The Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York, the Rosemont Horizon in Rosemont, Illinois, and the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California each featured multiple matches that led up to the lead main event which saw the WWF Champion Hulk Hogan defeat the challenger King Kong Bundy in a Steel cage match.

WrestleMania III
WrestleMania III saw a world indoor attendance record set of 93,173 fans, which was also the largest paying attendance in the history of professional wrestling at the time. The event is widely considered to be the pinnacle of the 1980s wrestling boom. To make certain that every seat in the Silverdome would be filled, the World Wrestling Federation decided to exclude the entire state of Michigan from pay-per-view access to the event. This made attending the event the only way for fans in Michigan to see it. The main event featured Hogan defend the WWE Championship against Andre the Giant. The moment when Hogan body slammed Andre the Giant remains one of the most famous moments in professional wrestling history. The match between the WWF Intercontinental Champion Randy Savage and Ricky Steamboat also gained much acclaim and popularity.

WrestleMania X
The 10th edition of the event, WrestleMania X saw its return to Madison Square Garden. WWF Champion Yokozuna first defended his title against Lex Luger. In the second title match and the event, Bret Hart defeated Yokozuna to regain the WWF Championship he had lost a year earlier to Yokozuna. The event also featured Owen Hart defeating his elder brother Bret in an acclaimed match. The event was also headlined by a Ladder Match for the WWF Intercontinental Championship, in which Razor Ramon defeated Shawn Michaels. The match remains an iconic moment in the event's history.

WrestleMania XXIV
An attendance record setting 74,635 fans at the Citrus Bowl for WrestleMania XXIVAt WrestleMania X-Seven the most enticing feud of the era ended when Austin aligned himself with his long-time nemesis Mr. McMahon to defeat The Rock and regain the WWF Championship. The event also featured Mr. McMahon and his son Shane McMahon in a Street Fight, while Edge and Christian won the WWF Tag Team Championship against the Hardy Boyz and Dudley Boyz in the second Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match. The event was the pinnacle of the 1990s wrestling boom, concluding the "Attitude Era". It was also the first WrestleMania held after the dissolution of the company's rival, World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and the Monday Night Wars.

WrestleMania XX
World Wrestling Entertainment celebrated the 20th edition of WrestleMania at Madison Square Garden with WrestleMania XX. The event bore the slogan "Where It All Begins...Again", celebrating the legacy of WrestleMania. The WWE Hall of Fame was reintroduced with an annual induction show held the night before WrestleMania. In the dual main events, the WWE Champion Eddie Guerrero defeated Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit defeated Triple H and Shawn Michaels to win the World Heavyweight Championship.

WrestleMania XXIV
At WrestleMania XXIV the professional wrestling career of Ric Flair came to an end as he faced Shawn Michaels in an acclaimed match. The Money in the Bank ladder match was featured as an interpromotional match with seven participants from Raw, ECW, and SmackDown. With the ECW Championship being defended for the first time at a WrestleMania event Kane emerged as the new ECW Champion, while Randy Orton retained the WWE Championship and The Undertaker won the World Heavyweight Championship for the second year in a row. The event was the second WrestleMania to be held at an outdoor venue.