On this date in WWF history: Bret Hart pins Yokozuna to win the title at WrestleMania X

On March 20, 1994, Jennie Garth got her tit slapped at WrestleMania X.

That's enough for me as far as this date in WWF history is concerned, but I understand I'm on the older side of the pro wrestling fan base and my celebrity crush of the mid-nineties may not cut the mustard for you young folks.

So that brings me to the other big story coming out of the promotion's big show and it wasn't the Sy Sperling/Howard Finkel bit. No, it was the championship title bout between Bret Hart and Yokozuna at "The World's Most Famous Arena," none other than Madison Square Garden in New York, NY.

Thanks to some silly circumstances surrounding the 1994 Royal Rumble, both Hart and Lex Luger had earned a shot at the big man's belt, and Luger won a coin toss on Monday Night RAW to challenge him first.

He would lose the match via disqualification.

Hart would then get his chance in the final bout, despite losing to brother Owen earlier in the night, and took advantage of the bulbous butt-dropper when he lost his footing on the second rope.

See it all go down after the jump.

High definition tit slap:

Bret Hart vs Yokozuna

Thoughts?

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