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An Iron Man match is a professional wrestling match where the man with the most pinfalls, submissions or wins by count out and/or disqualification, at the end of a given time limit, will be declared the winner. Should the match result in a tie, a sudden death overtime final fall may be requested by either wrestler, often accepted (or rejected) by either an opponent or a higher (on-screen) wrestling authority or a referee official. The chosen time limit is usually either 30 minutes or 1 hour. This depends on the type of match between the participants.

History of Iron Man match in WWE

No. Match Length Score Event, date and location
1 Shawn Michaels defeated Bret Hart (c) to win the WWF Championship 61:52 1 - 0

WrestleMania XII, March 31, 1996, Anaheim, California

2 Triple H defeated The Rock (c) to win the WWF Championship 60:00 6 - 5 Judgment Day, May 21, 2000, Louisville, KY
3 Chris Benoit defeated Kurt Angle 31:51 4 - 3 Backlash, April 29, 2001, Rosemont, IL
4 Brock Lesnar defeated Kurt Angle (c) to win the WWE Championship 60:00 5 - 4 Smackdown, September 18, 2003, Raleigh, NC
5 Chris Benoit defeated Triple H 60:00 4 - 3 Raw, July 26, 200e4, Pittsburgh, PA
6 Johnny Nitro & Joey Mercury (c) defeated Charlie Haas & Hardcore Holly to retain the WWE Tag Team Championship 15:00 2 - 1 Smackdown, June 2, 2005, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
7 Kurt Angle drew with Shawn Michaels 30:00 2-2 Raw

October 3, 2005, Dallas, TX

8 John Morrison and The Miz (c) drew with Jimmy Wang Yang and Shannon Moore to retain the WWE Tag Team Championship 15:00 1-1 ECW

January 8, 2008, Philadelphia, PA

9 John Cena defeated Randy Orton (c) to win the WWE Championship 60:00 6 - 5 Bragging Rights, October 25, 2009, Pittsburgh, PA
10 Bayley (c) defeated Sasha Banks to retain the NXT Women's Championship 30:00 3 - 2 NXT Takeover VII, October 7, 2015, Winter Park, FL
11 Charlotte Flair defeated Sasha Banks (c) to win the WWE Raw Women's Championship 34:45 3 - 2 Roadblock: End of the Line, December 18, 2016, Pittsburgh, PA
12 Cesaro and Sheamus (c) defeated Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy to retain the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship 30:00 4 - 3 Great Balls of Fire, July 9, 2017, Dallas, TX