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WrestleMania 22


WrestleMania 22

WrestleMania 22
Promotional poster featuring Booker T and John Cena
Tagline(s) Big Time!
"Big Time" by Peter Gabriel
"I Dare You" by Shinedown
"Save Me Sorrow" by Bullets and Octane
"Baby Hates Me" by Danko Jones[1]
Promotion World Wrestling Entertainment
Brand(s) Raw
Sponsor(s) Snickers
Date April 2, 2006 (2006-04-02)
Attendance 17,159
Venue Allstate Arena
City Rosemont, Illinois
Pay-per-view chronology
No Way Out (2006) WrestleMania 22 Backlash (2006)
WrestleMania chronology
WrestleMania 21 WrestleMania 22 WrestleMania 23

WrestleMania 22 was the twenty-second annual WrestleMania professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). It was presented by Snickers and took place on April 2, 2006, at the Allstate Arena in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont, Illinois.

The event was a joint-promotion pay-per-view (PPV) featuring performers from the Raw and SmackDown! brands. There were two main events which were the main matches for each brand. The main match on the Raw brand was John Cena versus Triple H for the WWE Championship, which Cena won after forcing Triple H to submit to the STF.[2] The predominant match on the SmackDown! brand was a Triple Threat match for the World Heavyweight Championship between champion Kurt Angle, Rey Mysterio, and Randy Orton. Mysterio won the match and the World Heavyweight Championship after pinning Orton following a 619 and a West Coast Pop.[3] Featured matches on the undercard included a No Holds Barred match between Shawn Michaels and Vince McMahon, a Casket match between The Undertaker and Mark Henry, a WWE Women's Championship match between Mickie James and Trish Stratus and an interpromotional Money in the Bank ladder match featuring six participants.[4][5][6]

WrestleMania 22 was the third WrestleMania to take place in the Chicago metropolitan area (following WrestleMania 2, and WrestleMania 13). Tickets sold out in under two minutes, grossing US$2.5 million for the event, making it the highest grossing one-day event at the Allstate Arena. More than 17,155 people from 16 countries and 43 states attended, with millions more watching in more than 90 countries.[7][8]

The event was lauded by fans and critics alike. WrestleMania 22 marked the final occasion that a Wrestlemania was held in a traditional arena. Every subsequent Wrestlemania has been held in an Atlanta, Georgia in 2011.


  • Background 1
  • Event 2
  • Aftermath 3
  • Reception 4
  • Results 5
    • Battle royal eliminations 5.1
  • References 6
  • External links 7


The main feud heading into WrestleMania on the Raw brand was between John Cena and Triple H over the WWE Championship. After failing to win the Royal Rumble match,[9] Triple H participated in the 2006 Road to WrestleMania Tournament, where the winner would become the number-one contender to the WWE Championship at WrestleMania. In the final match of the tournament, held on the February 20 edition of Raw, Triple H faced Rob Van Dam (RVD) and Big Show in a Triple Threat match. Triple H won the match after pinning RVD following a Pedigree.[10]

The Road to WrestleMania tournament to determine the number one contender for the WWE Championship match at WrestleMania 22 was held between February 6 and February 20, 2006. The tournament brackets were:

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
Big Show Pin
Shelton Benjamin
Big Show DCO
Triple H DCO
Ric Flair
Triple H Pin
Triple H Pin
Rob Van Dam & Big Show
Chris Masters Pin
Chris Masters
Rob Van Dam Pin
Rob Van Dam Pin


^ Due to their double countout in the second round, a triple threat match with Big Show, Rob Van Dam, and Triple H was booked for the final.


Triple H, who challenged John Cena for the WWE Championship

The predominant feud on the SmackDown! brand was between Kurt Angle, Rey Mysterio, and Randy Orton over the World Heavyweight Championship. Mysterio won the 2006 Royal Rumble match, last eliminating Orton, to earn a World Championship match at WrestleMania.[9] At No Way Out, Orton defeated Mysterio to win his WrestleMania 22 world championship match.[11] Five days later, on the February 24 edition of SmackDown!, SmackDown! General Manager Theodore Long announced that the World Heavyweight Championship match at WrestleMania 22 would be a Triple Threat match involving Mysterio, Orton, and champion Angle.[12]

Another primary feud from Raw was between Shawn Michaels and Vince McMahon. On the December 26th edition of Raw, McMahon and Michaels had words ending with McMahon threatening that he could screw HBK just like he did Bret Hart anytime he wanted. During the following couple of weeks on Raw, Vince has inflicted some humiliation on Shawn Michaels esp.on the January 23rd edition of WWE Raw when it was between Shawn Michaels and Shelton Benjamin with Mr.McMahon declaring that if Shawn Michaels were to lose, he would also lose his spot in the Royal Rumble match. Shawn Michaels won the match and kept his spot in the Rumble but a few moments later, Vince met Shawn backstage then stated that lady luck was on his side. He also said that he wanted to turn back the clock to the days of sex, drugs, & rock n' roll then he asked Shawn to join him but got turned down, however, and Vince last stated that HBK's luck would run out at the Royal Rumble. At the Royal Rumble, during the Royal Rumble match, Vince distracted Michaels as his music started to play. During that time, Shane McMahon, who was not an official entrant in the match, eliminated Michaels after attacking him from behind.[9] One month later, on the February 27 edition of Raw, Shane hit Michaels with a steel chair and forced him to "kiss" Vince's ass, thus joining Vince's "Kiss My Ass Club."[13] Vince then announced that he and Michaels would face off against each other at WrestleMania.[13] On Raw two weeks later, Vince forced Michaels to take a public drug test all due to Michaels being deceived and drugged by Vince's daughter, Stephanie McMahon on the March 6th edition of Raw. During the test, however, Michaels threw his urine on both Vince and Shane.[14] Later that night, Michaels faced off against the Spirit Squad in a Steel Cage match. The Spirit Squad won the match by pinning Michaels after Shane interfered and slammed the cage door on Michaels.[14] After the match, Shane continued attacking Michaels, causing him to bleed in the process, and executed a Coast 2 Coast.[14] At Saturday Night's Main Event, Michaels faced off against Shane in a Street Fight. Near the end of the match, Shane locked Michaels in the sharpshooter, and Vince ordered the match to end.[15] Vince screwed Michaels, claiming he submitted to the move, and declared Shane the winner via submission.[15] On the March 20 edition of Raw, Vince announced that his match against Michaels at WrestleMania would now be a No Holds Barred match.[16]

One of the featured matches on the undercard was a Casket match between The Undertaker and Mark Henry. On the March 3 episode of SmackDown!, Undertaker challenged Kurt Angle for the World Heavyweight Championship. During the match, after Undertaker executed a Tombstone piledriver, Henry came out and attacked Undertaker, causing the match the end via disqualification.[17] Undertaker won the match, but since a championship cannot change hands via countout or disqualification, he did not win the title.[17] The following week, on SmackDown!, Undertaker challenged Henry to a Casket match at WrestleMania.[18] On the March 18 edition of Saturday Night's Main Event, Henry, along with his manager Daivari, called out The Undertaker. Undertaker came out, accompanied by Druids carrying a casket, and the two started attacking each other. Shortly after, Undertaker performed a chokeslam, followed by a Tombstone piledriver, on Daivari on the casket.[19]

One of the main matches on the undercard was a singles match between Mickie James and Trish Stratus for the WWE Women's Championship. James debuted in WWE on the October 10, 2005 episode of Raw coming to the aid of then Women's Champion Trish Stratus from an attack from Victoria. She wrestled under the gimmick of Trish Stratus biggest fan. The two competed in tag team action together frequently where James was becoming extremely obsessed with Trish. James became the number one contender for the Women's Title on December 12 by defeating Victoria in a match to determine who would face Stratus at New Year's Revolution. She was unable to win the title at the Pay Per View. The storyline between James and Stratus developed into a lesbian angle after James initiated an intimate kiss with Stratus under the mistletoe and complemented on the size of her breasts. At Royal Rumble 2006 James confessed to Stratus that she loved her. It finally became too much for Stratus as she then told James that they needed time apart. The two teamed together at Saturday Night's Main Event to defeat the team of Victoria and Candice Michelle. After the match James honored Stratus' wish for have time apart, but later attempted to kiss her, and attacked Stratus after she refused.

The secondary Divas feud entering the event was between Torrie Wilson and Candice Michelle. Torrie and Candice became villains when they were traded to the Raw roster on August 22, 2005, and later aligned with Victoria to form the stable known as Vince's Devils. On the February 27, 2006 edition of Raw, Candice failed to defeat Trish Stratus in a match for Stratus' WWE Women's Championship, and slapped Torrie in a backstage segment after the match; showing signs of tension between the two.[20] On the following week's edition of Raw, the evil Candice unveiled her Playboy cover and then attempted to force Torrie to admit that her cover was hotter than both of Torrie's Playboy covers. When Torrie refused, Candice and Victoria both attacked her in the ring, resulting in a face turn from Torrie.[21] It was later announced that Torrie and Candice would face each other in a Playboy Pillow Fight at WrestleMania 22.


Michelle Williams singing a rendition of "America the Beautiful" before the event

Before the event went live on pay-per-view, a dark match was held which was an 18-man interpromotional battle royal. Viscera won the battle royal last eliminating Snitsky. After winning the battle royal, he kissed Lilian Garcia.[22] Michelle Williams sang the annual rendition of "America the Beautiful" before the show.

The opening match was for the World Tag Team Championship between champions Big Show and Kane and Carlito and Chris Masters. Kane hit Masters with a big boot, then chokeslammed Carlito to get the victory and to retain the World Tag Team Championship.[22][23]

The second match was the Money in the Bank ladder match between Rob Van Dam (RVD), Shelton Benjamin, Ric Flair, Finlay, Bobby Lashley and Matt Hardy. RVD climbed the ladder, but was stopped when Benjamin springboarded onto RVD and delivered each other blows back and forth. Hardy came out with a second ladder and joined the two. RVD pushed Hardy and Benjamin's ladder over with his feet and pushed them sending them both smashing on the floor. RVD grabbed the briefcase and won the match.[6][22]

Howard Finkel

introduced the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2006. First of all, he announced that Bret Hart would not be coming to attend the event because he did not feel comfortable. "Mean" Gene Okerlund, "Sensational" Sherri Martel, Tony Atlas, Verne Gagne, William "The Refrigerator" Perry and The Blackjacks (Blackjack Mulligan and Blackjack Lanza) attended the class while Eddie Guerrero was represented by his wife Vickie Guerrero who was supported by Eddie's nephew Chavo Guerrero.[22]

Other on-screen talent
Role: Name:
Commentator Michael Cole (SmackDown!)
Tazz (SmackDown!)
Jerry Lawler (Raw)
Jim Ross (Raw)
Joey Styles (Foley/Edge match)
Carlos Cabrera (Spanish)
Hugo Savinovich (Spanish)
Interviewer Jonathan Coachman
Todd Grisham
Josh Mathews
Ring announcer Tony Chimel (SmackDown!)
Lilian Garcia (Raw)
Howard Finkel (WWE Hall of Fame)
Referee Chris Kay (SmackDown!)
Jim Korderas (SmackDown!)
Nick Patrick (SmackDown!)
Charles Robinson (SmackDown!)
Mike Chioda (Raw)
Jack Doan (Raw)
Mickie Henson (Raw)
Chad Patton (Raw)

The third match was between John "Bradshaw" Layfield and Chris Benoit for the WWE United States Championship. During JBL's entrance, the entrance ramp was raised and JBL's limousine drove out from underneath. JBL performed a Clothesline From Hell on Benoit, who avoided the move and applied in the Crippler Crossface. JBL flipped Benoit over on his back and used ropes for leverage to get the pinfall and the victory.[22][24][25]

The fourth match was a hardcore match between Edge and Mick Foley. Near the end of the match, Foley had Edge in control and pulled out a table. Lita then hit Foley in between the legs with a barbed wire bat and lit the table which then allowed Edge to perform a spear on Foley through the ring ropes through the flaming table on the outside. He then pinned Foley for the victory.[22][26] The fifth match was a handicap match where Booker T and Sharmell faced The Boogeyman. Boogeyman executed a Falling Chokebomb on Booker and pinned him to get the victory.[22][27] The sixth match was a Divas match between Trish Stratus and Mickie James for the WWE Women's Championship. At the end of the match, Mickie hit a Mick Kick on Trish's head which knocked out Trish, allowing Mickie to win the match and the WWE Women's Championship.[22][28][29]

The seventh match was a Casket match between The Undertaker and Mark Henry. Undertaker took the advantage and hit Henry with a Last Ride. While Henry was out of the ring, Undertaker hit him with a suicide dive over the top rope. Undertaker then performed a Tombstone Piledriver on Henry and pushed him into the casket to win the match and improve his WrestleMania record to 14–0.[5][22][30]

The eighth match was a No Holds Barred match between Shawn Michaels and Vince McMahon. Shawn was about to perform Sweet Chin Music on McMahon, but instead he got a trash can and a table. He put McMahon on a table and put a trashcan over McMahon's head. Michaels then climbed on the top of the ladder and executed a diving elbow drop. Michaels then hit McMahon with Sweet Chin Music and pinned McMahon to win the match.[4][22]

The Undertaker after his win over Mark Henry.

The match that followed was the Triple Threat match between Kurt Angle, Rey Mysterio and Randy Orton for the World Heavyweight Championship. During Mysterio's entrance, P.O.D. performed Mysterio's music entrance live. At the end, Mysterio performed a 619 on Orton followed by a West Coast Pop for a successful pinfall victory. As a result, Mysterio became the new World Heavyweight Champion. After the match, Mysterio celebrated with Chavo and Vickie Guerrero.[3][22][31]

The tenth match was a Playboy pillow fight between Torrie Wilson and Candice Michelle. Wilson pulled Candice's dress and pinned her with a roll-up to get the victory.[22][32]

The main event was for the WWE Championship between champion John Cena and Triple H. Triple H came out to the ring on a throne dressed as a Conan the Barbarian-type king, while Cena came out with a tommy gun and was accompanied by a group of "gangsters" (one of which was future WWE Champion and Chicago native CM Punk, who had recently signed with WWE and, at the time, was performing with Ohio Valley Wrestling[33]) in a 1940s Chicago-era vehicle. The match was evenly matched with both men getting the advantage over each other. Triple H tried to perform a Pedigree, but it was countered by Cena into an FU. After Triple H kicked out of a two-count, Cena locked him into the STF. Triple H got to the ropes and went for another Pedigree, but was countered into the STF again by Cena. Triple H tapped out, and as a result, Cena retained the WWE Championship.[2][22]


The next night on Raw, Triple H said to John Cena that he underestimated the champ, because he lost at WrestleMania 22. Edge then came out and said to Triple H that he deserved another WWE Championship match because he defeated Mick Foley in a Hardcore match. Over the next few weeks, all three men faced each other in Handicap matches, which all three men won over the three-week period by pinning and making each other submit, respectively.[34][35][36] It was then announced that the main event at Backlash would be a Triple Threat match for the WWE Championship between Cena, Edge and Triple H.[37] At Backlash, Cena won the match and retained the WWE Championship via pinfall on Triple H with a jackknife roll-up,[38] but after the match, Triple H attacked Cena, Edge and the referee with a sledgehammer.

After WrestleMania, Shawn Michaels continued to feud with Vince McMahon. At Backlash, Michaels teamed up with "God" to face Vince and Shane McMahon. At Backlash, Michaels suffered a loss when the Spirit Squad interfered on behalf of The McMahons. Triple H became involved in the feud as well, initially on Vince and Shane's side, but on May 22, 2006 he attacked the Spirit Squad after being ordered to the ring by McMahon to "finish off" Michaels. On the June 12, 2006 edition of Raw, Vince announced that Triple H would face the Spirit Squad in a 5 on 1 Handicap Gauntlet match.[39] Vince called Mitch out last, as throughout the match he had called out the other four members one-by-one, instead Mitch was thrown out from the curtain by Michaels.[39] Michaels ran down the ramp and started attacking the Spirit Squad with Triple H, marking the return of D-Generation X. At Vengeance, DX faced the Spirit Squad in a 5 on 2 Handicap match, which DX won after both Michaels and Triple H pinned Kenny and Mikey, respectively.[40]

Mickie James continued to feud with Trish Stratus. At Backlash, Stratus won the match by a disqualification, legitimately dislocating her shoulder in the process. Due to regulations by the WWE, a title cannot change hands via a disqualification. As a result, James was still champion. Whilst injured, Stratus still appeared on-screen and during the storyline, Beth Phoenix made her debut as Stratus' ally, claiming that James had wronged Phoenix in the past. She returned to the ring on the June 26 episode of Raw, where she cleanly lost a Women's Championship match against James, thus ending the feud.

Rey Mysterio went on to feud with John "Bradshaw" Layfield (JBL) over the World Heavyweight Championship. On the May 5 edition of SmackDown!, after Mysterio expressed his feelings about being World Heavyweight Champion, JBL came out and declared himself the number one contender.[41][42] Mysterio reacted by saying that he would fight anyone at anytime. In turn, JBL announced that Mysterio would face off against Mark Henry later that night.[41][42] Henry won the match via pinfall.[41][42] The next week on SmackDown!, JBL announced that Mysterio would take on The Great Khali. Khali won the match via pinfall.[43][44] At Judgment Day, Mysterio defeated JBL by pinfall after performing a Frog Splash. After the pay-per view, the feud ended between the two when JBL's rematch against Mysterio turned into his last match if he failed to win the World's Championship.[45]


WrestleMania 22 was met with highly positive critical response from various wrestling publications and websites. Writing for SLAM! Wrestling, Dale Plummer and Nick Tylwalk stated that "With more wrestling, less interviews, and more pageantry than the last several editions, this year's 'Mania had a "Big Time" feel to it." He rated the overall event 8 out of 10 stars, which was a higher rating than the previous year's event. The main event between Triple H and John Cena for the WWE Championship was rated 8.5 out of 10 stars, the Triple Threat match for the World Heavyweight Championship between Kurt Angle, Rey Mysterio and Randy Orton was rated 8.5 out of 10 stars, the No Holds Barred match between Shawn Michaels and Vince McMahon received a perfect 10 out of 10 stars, the Casket match between Mark Henry and The Undertaker was rated 7 out of 10 stars, the Hardcore match between Edge and Mick Foley was rated 8.5 out of 10 stars and the Money in the Bank ladder match was rated 7 out of 10 stars.[46] Robert Leighty Jr of 411mania gave the event an overall score of 8.0 out of 10.0 commented on how "This is a pretty solid show as both title matches deliver in one aspect or another. Shawn tries to steal the show again, but Edge and Foley take that honor in a crazy ass brawl. This was the last Mania held in an arena and it's a fun atmosphere because of the jacked up crowd. Throw in another solid Money in the Bank Match, and a memorable Women's Title match, and you have a fun show all around!"[47] J.D. Dunn, however, was more critical of WrestleMania 22 stating that, "Even Rey's title win celebration, which should have been the defining moment of the PPV, was rushed so they could get to the Pillow Fight. It certainly didn't feel like the culmination of a series of storylines — more like just another day at the office. There are enough good moments to lift it above a total failure, but I can't recommend the show in good conscience."[48]


No. Results Stipulations Times[46]
1D Viscera last eliminated Snitsky to win 18-man Interpromotional battle royal N/A
2 Big Show and Kane (c) defeated Carlito and Chris Masters Tag team match for the World Tag Team Championship 06:42
3 Rob Van Dam defeated Shelton Benjamin, Ric Flair, Finlay, Matt Hardy, and Bobby Lashley Money in the Bank ladder match 12:14
4 John "Bradshaw" Layfield (with Jillian Hall) defeated Chris Benoit (c) Singles match for the WWE United States Championship 09:48
5 Edge (with Lita) defeated Mick Foley Hardcore match 14:36
6 The Boogeyman defeated Booker T and Sharmell Handicap match 03:43
7 Mickie James defeated Trish Stratus (c) Singles match for the WWE Women's Championship 08:48
8 The Undertaker defeated Mark Henry Casket match 09:28
9 Shawn Michaels defeated Mr. McMahon No Holds Barred match 18:22
10 Rey Mysterio defeated Randy Orton and Kurt Angle (c) Triple threat match for the World Heavyweight Championship 09:19
11 Torrie Wilson defeated Candice Michelle Playboy pillow fight 03:54
12 John Cena (c) defeated Triple H by submission[2][22] Singles match for the WWE Championship 22:02
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • D – indicates the match was a dark match

Battle royal eliminations

Red ██ and "Raw" indicates a Raw superstar and blue ██ and "SD" indicates a SmackDown superstar.

Eliminated Entrant Brand Eliminated by Time
1 Simon Dean SD Snitsky and Tomko 00:02
2 Rob Conway Raw Richards 00:49
3 Funaki SD Murdoch 01:02
4 Lance Cade Raw Regal 01:17
5 Steven Richards SD Goldust 01:49
6 Matt Striker Raw Warrior 02:02
7 Super Crazy SD Murdoch & Eugene 02:27
8 Goldust Raw Psicosis 02:38
9 William Regal SD Snitsky 02:58
10 Eugene Raw Nitro & Mercury 03:20
11 Trevor Murdoch Raw Psicosis 03:59
12 Psicosis SD Tomko 04:03
13 Joey Mercury SD Viscera 07:45
14 Johnny Nitro SD Viscera 07:45
15 Tyson Tomko Raw Snitsky 07:57
16 The Road Warrior SD Viscera & Snitsky 08:44
17 Snitsky Raw Himself 09:01
- Viscera Raw Winner 09:01


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External links

  • The Official Website of WrestleMania 22
  • WrestleMania 22 Is Highest Grossing One-Day Event Ever At Allstate Arena
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