At Royal Rumble 1991, Sensational Sherri came out before Ultimate Warrior’s WWE Championship match against Sargent Slaughter, begging him to give her love interest, "Macho King" Randy Savage, the next title shot if he should win.
Ultimate Warrior simply said no, despite the many sexual innuendos Sherri added in. Slaughter, however, had already promised Savage a title match if should he win. Given this, Savage and Sherri interfered in the match multiple times on Slaughter’s behalf, and eventually cost Warrior the match and his championship.
Savage had already interfered in Warrior’s championship match against "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase on Saturday Night's Main Event weeks prior, and would numerous more times, eventually resulting in a match at WrestleMania 7.
This wasn’t just any match, though. Whoever lost this match would be forced to retire from the WWE.
After over 20 minutes, The Ultimate Warrior would overcome the odds and defeat the Macho King. Warrior celebrated, then promptly left the ring as Savage’s queen—Sensational Sherri—entered.
A livid Sherri stomped and screamed at Savage before getting physical.
Two, three, four kicks to the chest as a look of concern slowly flooded the face of Miss Elizabeth.
Sherri pounded Savage’s head into the mat, sending Elizabeth over the edge (and guardrail) in the process. Elizabeth entered the ring and pulled Sherri out by her hair.
Savage got to his feet, swinging at Miss Elizabeth when she attempted to help him, not realizing it was her. When he did, he pointed at her, then Sherri who continued to lose it outside the ring.
The crowd stood up in anticipation of what was going to happen next. Was the Macho Man going to reunite with his true queen?
Yes. They embraced as tears dripped down the face of Miss Elizabeth. The crowd erupted in applause as well as tears.
Randy Savage had finally seen the light and embraced the one who loved him all along.