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It's easy to see why so many fans deem WWF WrestleMania IX to be a rotten entry in the lineage of the Showcase Of The Immortals.
Though it's the least memorable of the four PPVs held that year, WWF Survivor Series 1992 was a really entertaining show.
WWF SummerSlam 1992 is an unforgettable entry for the annual summer series., with one of the most famous main events in company history.
WWF WrestleMania VIII remains one of the best, if not the best, WM shows of the Hogan years, with some epic matches and a legendary return.
WWF Royal Rumble 1992 Is an unforgettable night in WWE history. To quote Ric Flair at the end of the show: "I love it. I love it! I LOVE IT!"
WWF This Tuesday In Texas 1991 ended up being a sleeper contender for the company's best supershow of the year.
WWF Survivor Series 1991 was a rather odd night for the company, with a hodge-podge line-up and some baffling booking decisions.
WWF SummerSlam 1991 is an absolute nostalgia trip of the highest entertainment value in the Golden Era with lots of colourful characters.
WWF WrestleMania VII offers plenty of warm nostalgia, particularly when it comes to the match pitting Ultimate Warrior against Randy Savage.
In terms of WWF Royal Rumble 1991 as a whole, it was a mixed bag. There are some really good matches, but also a few stinkers as well.
Overall, WWF Survivor Series 1990 was an interesting and historic show. Two debuts took place, with The Undertaker's arrival being legendary.
With only one really good match and some strange match lay-outs elsewhere, WWF SummerSlam 1990 is an odd event to say the least.
I absolutely loved WWF WrestleMania VI. Not least for the main event, the iconic clash between Hulk Hogan and The Ultimate Warrior.
WWF Royal Rumble 1990 might have a bumpy under-card, but it ends with one of the greatest Royal Rumble matches of all-time.
WWF Survivor Series 1989 is a show that really does represent the Golden Age at its most colourful, star-studded and exciting.
Overall, WWF SummerSlam 1989 was a fun show to watch. I’d recommend it to anyone as it makes for very easy viewing and is rather enjoyable.
WWF WrestleMania V is the best Mania from the early years. Randy Savage vs. Hulk Hogan is a strong main event to cap off a memorable card.
On the whole, WWF Royal Rumble 1989 is a one-match show, and no prizes for guessing which bout that was: the Royal Rumble match itself.
WWF Survivor Series 1988 is an awesome old-school show. The 20-man elimination match is fabulous, and the main event is also significant.
WWF WrestleMania IV ends on a high, but it's a drag getting there. So while it offers nostalgia, it's one of the weakest WrestleManias ever.
Summing this up, WWF SummerSlam 1988 is a bit of a stumbling start for the summer spectacular with a few gems amongst some dull content.