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WWE The Great American Bash 2008 requires another viewing, particularly for those who overlook 2008 as a low-key fantastic year for the company.
It's not the best supershow of that particular year, but WWE Night Of Champions 2008 is definitely worth a retrospective viewing.
WWE Judgment Day 2008 is a very underrated card.
WWE Royal Rumble 2008 has a lot to offer with two very exciting championship matches, a majestic location, and a classic Rumble encounter.
If you were to judge WWE No Mercy 2007 solely on the shenanigans involving the WWE Championship, then this would be considered a superb PPV.
WWE SummerSlam 2007 has its moments that are worth checking out.
WWE The Great American Bash 2007 isn't without its big moments.
I feel that WWE Royal Rumble 2007 is a topsy-turvy show but Cena vs. Umaga is tremendous as is the closing stretch of the Rumble itself.
ECW December To Dismember 2006 goes down as one of the worst WWE Pay-Per-Views of all-time.
WWE No Mercy 2006 proved to be the surprise PPV hit of the year, which included an awesome main event for the World Heavyweight Title.
WWE SummerSlam 2006 is as jam-packed with star power as you would find from any card not named WrestleMania.
I personally enjoyed WWE The Great American Bash 2006, in particular for the opener and the main event.
WWE Backlash 2006 will always be remembered solely for the night that Vince McMahon battled and defeated "God".
WWE WrestleMania 22 was a very enjoyable show, with a good mixture of everything that a wrestling fan would want to see at WrestleMania.
WWE Royal Rumble 2006 stands out for one of the more unlikely triumphs in Rumble history. The rest of the card? We've definitely seen better.
In some respects, WWE Survivor Series 2005 is a perfect example of what the Ruthless Aggression era was all about.
WWE No Mercy 2005 has historical appeal, but as an overall wrestling show, there were far better PPVs that year.
WWE SummerSlam 2005 is a right mix on the quality scale.
WWE The Great American Bash 2005 was less of a chore to watch than the diabolical TGAB 2004.
WWE Backlash 2005 definitely had its moments, with two very good matches, a decent main event and Hulk Hogan creating more memories for his Hulkamaniacs.
Overall, WWE Royal Rumble 2005 was a fun show with a very good main event.
With a fair few enjoyable matches amidst a lively crowd, WWE No Mercy 2004 acts as a good showcase of the SmackDown brand that year.
WWE SummerSlam 2004 is a pretty good show with three of the main four matches delivering.
Overall, like The Great American Bash, WWE Vengeance 2004 was a pretty skippable show.
Overall, WWE The Great American Bash 2004 was not very good.
So, yeah, WWE Judgment Day 2004 is one of the worst WWF/WWE supershows of all-time.
See WWE Royal Rumble 2004 for a textbook example of how to book a Royal Rumble match, but not necessarily how to book a Royal Rumble event.
On the whole, WWE Survivor Series 2003 is an enjoyable show.
WWE No Mercy 2003 has one particularly controversial match which sadly overshadows what is otherwise a very enjoyable card.
WWE Vengeance 2003 had a lot to offer.
WWE Judgment Day 2003 sounded a bit poor on paper and was worse in execution.
WWE Royal Rumble 2003 is a real mix of the spectacular and the sucktacular.
WWE Survivor Series 2002 is one of the top SS cards to date.
WWE No Mercy 2002 is a very entertaining card, with its two best bouts being contenders for the best WWE match of the whole year.
WWE SummerSlam 2002 is, put simply, the greatest SummerSlam of all-time.
WWE Vengeance 2002 was a one-match show, but what a match that was.