Older fans won’t have to be told this—it’s likely the first thing they’ll do. But to WWE fans who were born in the '90s or '00s: Know your history. If you’re only going to watch one old school wrestling event, make it this one. Wrestlemania III is the stuff of professional wrestling legend. It broke the indoor attendance record, with over 90,000 fans packed into the Silverdome. It featured a championship bout between Andre the Giant and Hulk Hogan, and it’s remembered for its legendary staredown followed by an equally legendary body slam. Both spots make it into every video package and historical highlight reel about Wrestlemania.

But for technical wrestling fans, Wrestlemania III is important for an even better reason. It features what might be the finest choreographed wrestling match ever committed to tape: the Intercontinental facedown between "Macho Man" Randy Savage and Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat. The arm drags. The op rope maneuvers. The cradles. Miss Elizabeth. One gets goosebumps just thinking about it all.