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Celebrating the 25th anniversary of Wrestlemania, the stars of RAW, Smackdown and ECW lock horns at the Reliant Stadium, Houston, for a wrestling bonanza in front of 72,000 screaming fans. Triple H and Randy Horton face each other for the WWE Championship; Edge, John Cena and Big Show battle it out for the World Heavyweight Championship; while Shawn Michaels attempts to bring an end to Undertaker's undefeated run. Other highlights include a '25 Diva Battle Royal', featuring female stars from the past, and all the best action from Wrestlemania 1-24.
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What a disappointment it is then, that the 25th Anniversary (no less!) of this spectacular show mostly fails to deliver, after such promise on paper. Don't get me wrong, there's plenty of fond memories to behold, events that would lead to much greatness down the road and - obviously - a certain match that saves the show from being a complete flop but we wrestling fans have come to expect a lot from WrestleMania after everything its given us so for the overall consistency here to be mediocre is a huge letdown.
Money in the Bank Ladder Match
CM Punk vs. Kofi Kingston vs. MVP vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Kane vs. Mark Henry vs. Finlay vs. Christian
That time of year to enjoy what has become a great WrestleMania tradition. WrestleManias 21 and 24 were the best MITB efforts and this one doesn't come close. Still, it's a fun-filled opener with plenty of `Holy S**t!" moments. Kofi and Shelton (again!) are the pioneers and stars of this bout, breathing such innovation and originality into this environment. In the long-term, the outcome made perfect sense, as it would give rise to one of the greatest feuds we've ever seen. (8/10)
25-Diva Battle Royal to determine First-Ever Miss WrestleMania
Oh, my sweet saviour. Originally, I was looking forward to this, because I actually believed that it could've rebuilt WWE's damaged women's division. But it all just goes horribly wrong.Read more ›
As always the MITB match provided some great spots mainly the Shelton Benjamin one. I would have liked the match to go on beyond the time it got & owuld have preferred it at 20+, also i was disapointed with the winner, although his cash in later in the year was excellent.
Divas Battle Royale
Chris Jericho V Roddy Piper, Jimmy Snuka & Ricky Steamboat
I enjoyed the build up to this match, the whole Jericho/Flair thing was good with the film the wrestler being the reason for this match. Anyway onto the match, if it wasn't for Steamboat this would have been a train wreck, piper/snuka are so past it it was hard to watch. Jericho/Steamboat worked very well together.
Matt Hardy V Jeff Hardy - Extreme Rules
This feud was just awful IMO, pointless & how many times can WWE do a brother v brother feud to get viewers? The match itself was OK however relied on big spots to get through it. Disapointed with the whole feud, th wmatch & the time it got.
Mysterio V JBL - IC Title Match
Waste of time
The Undertaker V Shawn Michaels
The single most amazing wrestling match i have ever seen. It never looked like it was finishing, great spots from botht men including Undertaker's annual leap over the top rope. Shawn had us all believeing that he could genuinley do it. Was better than there match the following year IMO. Shpuld have closed the show.
John Cena V Edge V Big Show - World Title
Well this match was exactly what could be expected, near falls for all men, about 15 minuted given to it & probably the right winner.Read more ›
Money in the Bank ladder match 7/10
This is one of the weaker MITB matches but it's still very respectable thanks mainly to some dazzling moments courtesy of Kofi Kingston and MITB mainstay Shelton Benjamin. Why the ageing Finlay, the lumbering Kane and the bumbling un-athletic blob Mark Henry were booked in a match like this is beyond me especially when there were plenty of young, athletic wrestlers who were excluded from the card.
Divas Battle Royal 0/10
This was pathetic. None of the women involved got a chance to shine and it was won by a man in drag, 'nuff said.
Chris Jericho vs Ricky Steamboat, Roddy Piper and Jimmy Snuka 4/10
The feud leading into this was a bit of a mess and the match itself seemed cobbled together. Snuka was an embarrassment, Piper looked decent but Steamboat actually looked rather good during his exchanges with Jericho. A Jericho/Steamboat singles match would have been preferable to this. Afterwards Ric Flair did a run in (in order to make himself the centre of attention) and was beaten down by Jericho before non worker Mickey Rourke floored Jericho.
Extreme Rules match: Matt Hardy vs Jeff Hardy 7/10
This was exhilarating but it felt rushed. It was enjoyable but could have been much better with a little more time.Read more ›
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I bought this for my 13 year old son for Christmas. Super item, well packed. He loved it.Published 15 months ago by Dotty
One of the best Wrestlemania's of all time, not just because of the Shawn Michaels vs. Undertaker match, and not just because of the Money In The Bank match and not even because of... Read morePublished on 28 Dec. 2014 by JONATHAN O'CONNOR