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WWE: WrestleMania 28 [Blu-ray]
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Footage of the 28th annual WrestleMania event from World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), held at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The World Heavyweight Championship, WWE Tag Team Championship and WWE Intercontinental Championship were up for grabs, with the likes of Big Show, Kane, The Undertaker, Triple H and CM Punk competing for the honours.
Top Customer Reviews
**Bonus Match** The Rock vs. Triple H - This was a pretty good back and forth match between the two. It was from an episode of RAW from before these two were main eventing. Chyna and Mark Henry would get involved on more than one occasion but it never hurt the match. The ending was disappointing but it was still a good match that I don't think had been on DVD before.
**Bonus Match** The Rock vs. Kane - The Rock was fighting as the underdog here as Kane was over powering him for most of the match. The Rock started to come back as the referee was knocked down but The Undertaker got involved on Kane's behalf. Mankind also came down and got involved. This was another fun match, not one of the best of Rock's career but he has his own DVDs for those matches.
**Pre-Show Bonus Match** Primo & Epico vs. The Usos vs. Justin Gabriel & Tyson Kidd - This is a triple threat tag match for the tag team titles with three men in the ring at once. It was a fun match to start off with some good moments such as Tyson Kidd impressively taking down both his opponents off the top rope. It was kept quite short but it was fun.Read more ›
This year's WrestleMania however, is something of a return to the glory and splendour that makes the show what it is.
Since last year, we've had reason to anticipate WrestleMania 28, mainly because of the year-long build-up towards The Rock vs. John Cena, truly a dream-match of epic proportions. But there's also the highly-anticipated rematch between the Undertaker and Triple H (inside Hell in a Cell with Shawn Michaels as the referee!) and a much-anticipated bout between WWE Champion CM Punk and Chris Jericho. With a strong set of main-events, there's plenty of greatness to be found this year. And although there's some annoying blemishes, WrestleMania 28 definitely succeeds as a whole.
World Heavyweight Championship Match
Daniel Bryan (Champion w/AJ) vs. Sheamus
I was so angry that these two were shafted from competing on the actual show last year. So I was thrilled that at last Bryan and Sheamus could finally be allowed to compete at WrestleMania...only to watch Vince screw me, all the fans and both wrestlers all over again for the second year in a row! 18 seconds and that's it! Happy for the victor, but I see this more as another booking injustice than anything else! (3/10)
Kane vs. Randy Orton
After having a sour taste in my mouth from the opener, I was thankful to these two for producing such a solid and well-executed bout that put me back in a good mood. Instead of being tedious, this storyline was actually decent and it reflects in the ring. Orton is truly one of the best all-round workers today and it shows in his performance against Kane. Ten minutes long with nothing major to criticise really. Just a strong, pleasant bout with the right winner.Read more ›
World Heavyweight Championship: Daniel Bryan vs Sheamus (0/5)
Randy Orton vs Kane (3/5)
Intercontinental Championship: Cody Rhodes vs The Big Show (2/5)
Eve and Beth Phoenix vs Kelly Kelly and Maria Menounos (2/5)
Hell in the Cell: The Undertaker vs Triple H (4/5)
Team Teddy vs Team Johnny (2/5)
WWE Championship: CM Punk vs Chris Jericho (4/5)
The Rock vs John Cena (4/5)
All in all definitely a top 10 Wrestlemania, but in my opinion not as good as others think.
WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan vs Sheamus:
I was really looking forward to this match-up but it turned out to be a complete waste of time. Blink and you'll miss it. 1/10
Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes vs The Big Show
A fun rivalry that has been brewing for the past couple of weeks on Smackdown and not a bad match, some good action from both superstars and a decent finish. 7/10.
Kane vs Randy Orton
A pretty dull storyline and a pretty dull match-up too. Nothing more than a filler really. 4/10.
Kelly Kelly & Maria Menounos vs Beth Phoenix & Eve
A divas tag match featuring a "celebrity". Need I say more? 2/10.
"End of an Era" Hell in a Cell Match - Triple H vs The Undertaker
Two of the biggest WWE superstars of the Attitude Era (three if you count the guest referee, Shawn Michaels) step inside the Devil's Playground in the rematch to their incredible match from last year's `Mania. I felt as if the hype surrounding this was overshadowed a little by The Rock/Cena main event but for me this really was the match of the night. It really re-captured the gruelling violence that we haven't seen in the WWE since the beginning of the PG Era and made me miss this time even more. The action really took everything out of both superstars but the end result was brilliant. If anything, this match has guaranteed both of these superstars into the Hall of Fame in the years to come. 10/10.
Team Johnny vs Team Teddy
This 12-man tag team match was to decide who was going to be the overall GM of both Raw and Smackdown between John Laurinitis and Teddy Long.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worth buying for your collection. 4 out of 5. The divas stuff is crap, and the team teddy match is boring, but the rest is great.Published 15 months ago by CHRIS MEEHAN
Bought this mainly for the Triple H vs Undertaker match as in my opinion is one of the best matches ever performed. Read morePublished 17 months ago by The Architect
I'm not really into this WWE stuff, but my son is a huge fan of it. His favorite wrestlers are Cena and Rock, so of course he loved this DVD.Published 21 months ago by J. Woollacott