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Rock vs Hogan. Icon vs Icon in Canada. Need we say more?
WrestleMania X-Seven might not just be the best WrestleMania of all time, but the greatest WWF/E pay-per-view of all time. Enough
This is not the origin story you know.
WrestleMania 2000. Woof.
We are in the middle of the Attitude Era in the late 1990s with Stone Cold and The Rock facing off for the first of three WrestleMania matches on a card that is at times terrible and at time bearable.
WrestleMania 14: Stone Cold Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels and Mike Tyson, the Attitude Era is in full effect as things start to feel much different.
Bret Hart vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin in the Submission Match was not only a great match, but it would go on to kickstart the Attitude Era and serve as the launching pad for the company’s biggest and most important star in Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Bam Bam Bigelow and retired NFL linebacker Lawrence Taylor fought in the main event with wrestlers and NFL players serving as lumberjacks, in what was a mildly amusing and not terrible showing from either man. Still, a show missing an identity.
Shawn Michaels vs. Razor Ramon in the ladder match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship and the opener between Owen and Bret Hart made for one heck of a solid show.