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Facts & Stats: WrestleMania X-Seven
For the second WrestleMania in a row, Edge & Christian captured the World Tag Team Championship in a match that also included the Dudleys and the Hardy Boyz. Like WrestleMania 2000's version, it was a Ladder Match, but this time, it also included tables and chairs, officially making it a TLC Match.
The 67,925 fans at the Reliant Astrodome established a new all-time record for that facility.
The Rock competed in his third consecutive WrestleMania main event at X-Seven; he has lost all three.
Stone Cold improved his main event record to 3-0, and has won the WWE Championship in all three of those main events.
Stone Cold vs. The Rock is only the second match to be a main event at two WrestleMania events -- Bret Hart vs. Yokozuna highlighted WrestleMania IX and X.
Five different championships changed hands at WrestleMania X-Seven -- the most ever.
WrestleMania X-Seven marked the WrestleMania in-ring debut of the man who conceptualized the event, Vince McMahon, when he took on his son Shane.
The Iron Sheik won the Gimmick Battle Royal at WrestleMania X-Seven, marking his first WrestleMania win in nearly 15 years.