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To say that WWE WrestleMania 36 was a unique show would be an understatement. But it means this bizarre spectacle will never be forgotten.
I thought that WWE WrestleMania 35 was the best WM in a good few years.
Whether it was the matches, the stunts or the moments, you probably gleaned a good amount of entertainment from WWE WrestleMania 32.
WrestleMania 31 may not have been greatly anticipated, but it will never, ever be forgotten amongst other WrestleMania cards. Believe that.
WM 30 was exceptional, and is a top-five WrestleMania, with historic Mania moments aplenty. Indeed, nobody will ever forget WrestleMania XXX.
WrestleMania XXVIII wasn’t a perfect show by any means, but it was undoubtedly a great event, and one of the top ten WrestleManias in history.
For its various faults, WWE WrestleMania 25 is the setting for one of the best bouts ever, making this the epitome of a one-match show.
WrestleMania 22 was a very enjoyable show, with a good mixture of everything that a wrestling fan would want to see at WrestleMania
If you watch only one show to get yourself in the mood for WrestleMania, make it WWF WrestleMania X-Seven, the best WrestleMania of them all.
WWF WrestleMania 2000 is one of the strangest WM cards to summarise due to a strange line-up and some disappointing matches.
From start to finish, while it's not a must-see show, WWF WrestleMania XII is a very entertaining production with some historic value.
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 WrestleMania X has some major hits to counteract the misses, resulting in a vintage old-school Mania card.
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.
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 WrestleMania VII offers plenty of warm nostalgia, particularly when it comes to the match pitting Ultimate Warrior against Randy Savage.
I absolutely loved WWF WrestleMania VI. Not least for the main event, the iconic clash between Hulk Hogan and The Ultimate Warrior.
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.
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.