WWE WrestleMania 37 DVD Review feat. Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Edge

WrestleMania 37
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Title: WrestleMania 37
Producer: WWE
Running Time: 475 Minutes
Certificate: 12
Number Of Discs: 3
Studio: Fremantle Home Entertainment
Released: June 7 2021

(Thanks to Fetch Publicity for arranging this review.)

This is our DVD review for WWE WrestleMania 37, the biggest WWE PPV of 2021. And with fans in attendance, it is a joy to hear a live crowd for WrestleMania once again! Plus, the in-ring action would help to elevate the entertainment value of the long weekend too. This is the latest DVD review for our site. So, let’s see what we think of WrestleMania 37!

WWE WrestleMania 37

WrestleMania 37 Night One

The first match in front of fans since March 2020 is Bobby Lashley vs. Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship. And it’s a very good opener, and one with a somewhat surprising outcome too. Next, the show sadly drags with a never-ending Turmoil match to determine #1 contender’s for the Women’s Tag Team Titles. But much better is Cesaro vs. Seth Rollins, with Cesaro claiming a major victory over The Messiah. After that, we see AJ Styles and Omos easily defeat The New Day (well, Omos would easily defeat them anyway). And this Raw Tag Team title win leads to Braun Strowman getting revenge on Shane McMahon in a Steel Cage match. Now, at the time, this result would seem to reheat Strowman as WWE Title contender. However, as I write this, Braun is considering his next move after a shock WWE release.

One of the highlights of the entire weekend then comes with Bad Bunny & Damien Priest vs. The Miz & John Morrison. This would greatly exceed expectations, largely due to Bad Bunny setting a new bar for celebrity performances in wrestling matches. And rounding off night one, we have Sasha Banks vs. Bianca Belair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Though the build was poor, the match itself is thrilling, even if some would overrate the contest at the time. Even so, this is Bianca’s big moment, and probably the moment we will always remember her career for.

WrestleMania 37 Night Two

The second night begins with the most baffling aspect of the entire Mania weekend. That would be Randy Orton defeating The Fiend in a storyline too nonsensical and complex to explain here. Needless to say, this would be the biggest head-scratcher coming out of this year’s Showcase Of The Immortals. Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler vs. Natalya & Tamina isn’t much better. However, Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn is worthwhile, and the involvement of Logan Paul makes this a modern-day WrestleMania moment. Meanwhile, Sheamus defeats Riddle for the United States Title in a very physical and hard-hitting clash.

Big E vs. Apollo Crews is a disappointing Nigerian Drum Fight, with Apollo using unscrupulous means to become Intercontinental Champion. As for Asuka vs. Rhea Ripley, this Raw Women’s Title match is fine, but a slight let-down for a Mania match. Thankfully, the otherwise turbulent second night ends with a bang due to the Universal Championship match. Indeed, Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Edge is fantastic, and arguably the best WWE match of 2021. Furthermore, the Head Of The Table retains in dominant fashion to solidify himself as The Guy in WWE.

WrestleMania 37 Analysis

Containing hours of extras from Raw, SmackDown and the two-night NXT TakeOver Stand & Deliver, the Mania DVD itself is always worth a look. But it’s still a necessity for the Mania card itself to have content that warrants a second viewing. Thankfully, that’s what we get with several must-see matches. In particular, Roman vs. Bryan vs. Edge, Bianca vs. Sasha, Cesaro vs. Rollins, Owens vs. Zayn and Lashley vs. McIntyre. Not to mention Bad Bunny giving us the greatest celebrity performance ever in a WWE ring. And of course, it’s a joy to see and hear a live crowd again, even with numbers requiring a cap for the time being. Just don’t expect to see the weather delay from night one, which would postpone the beginning of Mania by over 30 minutes.

WrestleMania 37 Summary

With several strong encounters, an understandably lively atmosphere and some historic moments, WWE WrestleMania 37 is bundles of fun. Now, I do feel that its legacy sums up the times that we’re living in. And by that, I mean that it may seem inferior in years to come for a variety of reasons. (The lack of John Cena, Brock Lesnar, Triple H and others is one such reason.) But purely in terms of entertainment, this is a very good double-header, and with the extras as well, this DVD is well worth buying.

Overall Rating: 8/10 – Very Good

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So, those are our thoughts on WWE WrestleMania 37 on DVD! But what do you think? Let us know by leaving a comment below!