The first WrestleMania was the most memorable one, and many consider it the best. This show was the first to have a fourteen-man tournament and featured the legendary Tag Team Title reign of Demolition. “Macho Man” Randy Savage wrestled four times for the world championship, changing outfits three times with Miss Elizabeth in the process. The event was the most memorable and arguably the best of its kind.
Great Moments & Memorable Matches
While the show is full of great moments and memorable matches, it’s hard to argue with its first-ever Cash in the Bank briefcase match. The briefcase match was the biggest show, and it was a huge draw. Many people predicted that AJ Lee and Stephanie would meet, but only a few put their money on that ending. This made the contest one of the best and most excellent WrestleMania finishes of all time.
Steve Austin & Conservative Canadian
The most memorable WrestleMania in history was WrestleMania 13. This match featured two heavyweight contenders: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and conservative Canadian technical wrestler Bret Hart. Both men were known for foul mouthing and had an infamous surprise, but the match was not controversial. The Taker dominated the entire show, and Austin defended his championship like a pro for the first time.
Most Dramatic & Predictable
The final match was the most dramatic and predictable. The Undertaker won back against CM Punk and The Rock, while John Cena won back from Brock Lesnar. The APA and Tazz were in a six-man tag match and down the house. But this WrestleMania was also the most controversial and the most excited. If you have seen this show, you can bet that you’ll remember it forever.
Divas Battle Royal
The final match of WrestleMania VIII was the best WrestleMania of all time. HBK vs. Undertaker was the most excellent match in WrestleMania history. The Divas Battle Royal was a waste of time, but Jericho vs. WWE Hall of Famers was excellent. Finally, the Rock vs. Hogan was an inspired match. All the WrestleMania of history were arguably better than the previous ones.
Global Wrestling Megalith
‘Mania X-7 was the best WrestleMania of all time. The pay-per-view event was the most entertaining of all the past decade, and it was the first time the WWE became a global wrestling megalith. The show featured many talented wrestlers, smart bookings, and great matches. There are also numerous other great matches to be found from this event. So whether you’re looking for a classic match or something new, WrestleMania X-7 has something for everyone.
Two Best Superstars of All Time
While the ‘WrestleMania of all time has a few great moments, the ‘WWE Championship Match’ has to be the best WrestleMania of all time. The ‘Mania 17 main event had a ‘Bad Guy episode that made the show unforgettable. It was the ‘Mania with the most amazing match in WWE history. The Rock and Steve Austin were the two best Superstars of all time, and the show was an ‘OJ’ moment.
CM Punk vs William Regal
The WrestleMania 2000 match was an amazing one. The match between Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker was a classic. It was The Undertaker’s 20th WrestleMania without a loss. The Super kick was an excellent finish, but the CM Punk vs. William Regal contest was a great opener. Chris Jericho hit a Lionsault on William Regal and won the Intercontinental title.
The X-Mania X-7 was one of the best ‘Manias of all time, with the best main event of all time. The two-hour show had an impressive draw, but the match was disappointing, with some bad matches. It was not the worst WrestleMania, but it was a great ‘Mania. While there were some ‘Manias of the 2000s, it was better to watch the first two.
Flurry of Victories
There are many great WrestleMania’s in history, and it isn’t easy to pick the best one of the decade. The first WrestleMania was the most memorable, and it continues to be one of the most popular. The second WrestleMania was the most popular in the 2010s, but the third WrestleMania was even better. The Rock and Triple H won WrestleMania with the help of a flurry of victories and a win over The New York Yankees.
WrestleMania VIII in Indianapolis is one of the best-ever events in a world filled with talented athletes. Unfortunately, while the IC Title triple threat was a fantastic opener, Charlotte broke Asuka’s streak, the Undertaker crushed John Cena, and Alexa Bliss and Nia Jax were the main attraction; the main event failed to live up to expectations. The crowd spits on both matches and the final, but they still feel like the best.
The WrestleMania thirty-one match, with Reigns and Austin battling for the WWE Championship, was also a standout for many fans. In addition to these two Superstars, an excellent supporting cast complemented the main event. For example, a ladder match between Sting and Triple H, and Rollins and Randy Orton made combined appearances.
Most Significant Moments of History
‘Mania ’97 will always be remembered as the start of the Attitude Era, which began earlier that year. This WrestleMania will be regarded as putting WWE back on the mountain. In my opinion, this is the best WrestleMania of all time. It is truly one of the best. And it’s one of the most entertaining shows ever. Just be prepared to relive some of the most significant moments of history.
The WrestleMania match of 1985 stands out as the best WrestleMania. It was a technical contest between Austin and The Rock, but the crowd loved it, and the crowd roared. The match was so close to perfection; it was practically flawless. And it had an excellent finish as well. But the best WrestleMania of all time has to be the one where Austin and The Rock are together.