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I strongly recommend that you watch WWF SummerSlam 1997, and in particular the Mankind-Hunter, Owen-Austin and Undertaker-Bret matches.
It's worth checking out the whole WWF Canadian Stampede card, because it really is worthy of its status as an all-time great PPV show.
It's hardly a great event, but there is definitely a fair amount of entertainment to be had from rewatching WWF King Of The Ring 1997.
WWF In Your House 15: A Cold Day In Hell is a very entertaining show. In particular, the final two matches are well worth watching.
WWF Royal Rumble 1997 was a show of two halves, not unlike other Rumble shows. And the Alamodome setting also enhances this PPV event.
WWF In Your House 11: Buried Alive was a lot more fun than I remembered it originally being with there being several exciting battles.
WWF SummerSlam 1996 has a double main event that is worth watching, but unfortunately, there is nothing else of major interest on this card.
WWF In Your House 9: International Incident is a pretty forgettable card from an otherwise unforgettable summer in the wrestling world.
If you want to know where the Attitude Era officially began, then it may have very well been right here at WWF King Of The Ring 1996.
From start to finish, while it's not a must-see show, WWF WrestleMania XII is a very entertaining production with some historic value.
WWF Royal Rumble 1996 more or less came and went, but some small teasers were dropped about the rebellious years to come.
The main event is the primary reason to revisit WWF In Your House 5, as Bret Hart and The British Bulldog deliver another phenomenal battle.
WWF Survivor Series 1995 is an entertaining event overall, with the last two matches being the main reasons to check out this card again.
WWF In Your House 4 is one of the top ten, maybe top five or possibly even top three, worst PPVs in WWF/WWE history. It really is that bad.
Though it required a few Google searches to follow what was happening, WWF In Your House 3 was still a fun card to rewatch.
WWF SummerSlam 1995 is remembered for one thing and one thing only: the Ladder rematch between Shawn Michaels and Razor Ramon.
WWF In Your House 2 has a good amount of enjoyable content, and as a result, this is one of the better In Your House events in the year 1995.
WWF King Of The Ring 1995 is the worst PPV event in the history of the company with some truly awful matches and even worse booking.
Considering that this was intentionally promoted as being a streamlined version of a PPV, WWF In Your House 1 is pretty good.
So, WWF WrestleMania XI sucked. There is some good action to be found, but it just feels like a second-rate production from start to finish.
WWF Royal Rumble 1995 is a weird show. The main event is both an artistic triumph and an artistic disaster, which is some achievement.
WWF Survivor Series 1994 was a pretty strong card to round out the year for the World Wrestling Federation.
Looking back, WWF SummerSlam 1994 is a pretty underrated show, especially considering the sky-high quality of the Steel Cage match.
Overall, WCW Bash At The Beach 1994 was a really good show.
WWF King Of The Ring 1994 was a disappointing supercard presentation with one of the poorest main events ever in the WWF/WWE.
WWF WrestleMania X has some major hits to counteract the misses, resulting in a vintage old-school Mania card.
On the whole, WWF Royal Rumble 1994 is a bit of a mess. The main event has its moments, but the controversial ending could frustrate viewers.
With the exception of Bobby Heenan’s hilarious commentary during the second match, there is very little to see from WWF Survivor Series 1993.
WWF SummerSlam 1993 happened towards the end of an important transitional stage for the company with clear change in the air.
WWF King Of The Ring 1993 is a highly entertaining trip down memory lane, as Bret Hart puts on three incredible performances in one night.