An ok ppv. Like others have stated it is a pretty average ppv. The main problem with it, is that the matches are just far, far too short averaging about five to ten minutes each. The commentary wasn't too bad, but it seems like everything was rushed here with no big storylines to boot. This marks the first time as well they tried to split the Wrestlemania to three locations: Chicago, New York, LA.
Orndoff vs. Magnificent Muraco ** at best. This could have been a great match, and with Fuji on the outside, it could have been.
Savage vs. George "The Animal" Steele for IC Title *** -Their SNME matches are still better but this isn't too bad. However it follows the same routines , Savage uses Elizabeth to gain the advantage then cheats to win. George then does his whole turnbuckle thing.
Rowdy Roddy Piper vs. Mr. T in a boxing match **- Allright at least this match had some buildup which the others hadn't. We see how this rivalry started with T and Piper. The boxing match is ok , Piper was approaching his prime here.
Jake "The Snake" Roberts vs. George Wells **- Too bad for George, he actually dominates Jake for about three minutes and looks like he worked hard to get in shape. However since this is a jobbing match, Jake pulls it out.
Jumping to the Chicago: location we are now taken to the huge Battle Royal with WWF vs NFL Stars ***
It is a good one, lots of faces here, not that bad of a battle royal even the "Fridge" is in this one. The ending was predictable but it was a one time to see all the stars here.
British Bulldogs vs. Dream Team (Greg "The Hammer" Valentine and Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake) *** and ½ . A great match and probably the longest one too. The Bulldogs finally get put over and this would to their memorable title reign and feuds with the Harts and others.
Cpl. Kirchner vs. Nikolai Volkoff **- Pure brawl with some wrestling, Similar Of their matches from 80's. Kirchner though I liked the gimmick and he could at least sell a match.
Velvet McIntyre vs. the Fabulous Moolah for the women's title *- Poor squash.
Ricky Steamboat vs. Hercules Hernandez **-Fair match, Hercules was basically a brawler with some wrestling ability. Steamboat does good work here and gets put over.
Uncle Elmer vs. Adorable Adrian Adonis *-Poor dud.
Tito Santana & the Junkyard Dog vs. the Funk Brothers: **- Not bad, Santana showcases his great ability which would propel him to be One of the more recognized faces in the WWF.
King Kong Bundy vs. Hulk Hogan for the WWF Championship in a cage **-
Typical Hogan job, nothing special about this even in a cage.
All in all it is a pretty average ppv , with the exception of the Battle Royal, The Tag Team Titles match , there isn't too much worth seeing over again. Vince obviously wanted to cash
in on the success of the first Wrestlemania but instead
it comes out to be like one of those average movie sequels
that aren't as good as the original.