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Top 10 worst WWE WrestleMania matches in history

Published at :March 16, 2024 at 9:50 PM
Modified at :March 16, 2024 at 9:50 PM
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WrestleMania, the pinnacle of professional wrestling, has provided fans with countless memorable moments and epic showdowns over the years. However, amidst the grandeur and spectacle, there have been instances where the matches failed to live up to expectations, leaving fans disappointed and critics unimpressed.

From lackluster performances to bizarre booking decisions, these matches have earned their place among the worst in WrestleMania history.

As we anticipate the upcoming WWE WrestleMania, let’s take a closer look at the 10 matches that fell short on The Grandest Stage Of Them All.

10. The Great Khali vs Kane – WrestleMania 23

The clash between The Great Khali and Kane at WrestleMania 23 promised to be a battle of giants, but it ultimately fell flat. Hindered by Khali’s limited mobility and a lack of chemistry between the two competitors, the match failed to engage the audience and felt sluggish throughout.

While Kane’s bodyslam provided a brief moment of excitement, it couldn’t salvage an otherwise forgettable encounter.

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9. Bret Hart vs Vince McMahon – WrestleMania 26

The long-awaited showdown between Bret Hart and Vince McMahon had all the makings of a compelling grudge match, but it ultimately failed to deliver.

Hindered by the advanced age and declining in-ring abilities of both competitors, the match felt overbooked and dragged on longer than necessary. While Hart’s redemption was a satisfying conclusion, it couldn’t overshadow the overall mediocrity of the bout.

8. Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar – WrestleMania 20

Despite their later redemption at WrestleMania 33, Goldberg and Brock Lesnar’s initial encounter at WrestleMania 20 was a disappointment. Characterized by a lack of effort and enthusiasm from both competitors, the match failed to capture the audience’s attention and felt like a missed opportunity. With a runtime that outstayed its welcome, it remains one of the low points in WrestleMania history.

7. Randy Orton vs Bray Wyatt – WrestleMania 33

The WWE Championship match between Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 33 failed to live up to its potential, leaving fans underwhelmed and disappointed. Despite the high stakes, the match lacked intensity and compelling storytelling, resulting in a lackluster affair that failed to resonate with the audience. Criticized for its pacing and execution, it stands out as a missed opportunity on The Grandest Stage Of Them All.

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6. The Bushwhackers vs The Fabulous Rougeaus – WrestleMania 5

The tag team encounter between The Bushwhackers and The Fabulous Rougeaus at WrestleMania 5 failed to leave a lasting impression, overshadowed by lackluster performances and tepid crowd reactions.

Hindered by the mid-card status of both teams and a lack of investment from the audience, the match failed to capture the excitement and energy expected at WrestleMania. Criticized for its poor execution and uninspired action, it ranks among the forgettable matches in WrestleMania history.

5. The Undertaker vs Giant Gonzalez – WrestleMania 9

Widely regarded as one of the worst matches in WrestleMania history, The Undertaker’s encounter with Giant Gonzalez at WrestleMania 9 remains a blemish on his otherwise illustrious career. Hindered by Gonzalez’s limited wrestling abilities and a lack of chemistry between the two competitors, the match felt disjointed and poorly executed. With a bizarre ending that left fans scratching their heads, it stands out as a low point in WrestleMania lore.

4. Sable vs Tori – WrestleMania 15

The women’s match between Sable and Tori at WrestleMania 15 failed to showcase the talents of either competitor, resulting in a lackluster affair that failed to resonate with the audience. Hindered by sloppy execution and lackluster storytelling, the match felt out of place on The Grandest Stage Of Them All, failing to live up to the standards expected at WrestleMania.

Criticized for its lack of excitement and memorable moments, it stands out as a disappointment in WrestleMania history.

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3. Mr. T vs. “Rowdy” Roddy Piper – WrestleMania 2

The boxing match between Mr. T and “Rowdy” Roddy Piper at WrestleMania 2 remains a perplexing and forgettable moment in WrestleMania history. Hindered by its nonsensical premise and lackluster action, the match failed to engage the audience and felt out of place on The Grandest Stage Of Them All. With a predictable ending and little excitement throughout, it ranks among the worst matches in WrestleMania history.

2. Michael Cole vs. Jerry Lawler – WrestleMania 27

Regarded as the worst match in WrestleMania history, Michael Cole’s showdown with Jerry Lawler at WrestleMania 27 remains a stain on the event’s legacy.

Hindered by its poor pacing and lack of compelling action, the match failed to entertain fans and left them feeling unsatisfied. With a runtime that felt interminable and little redeeming value, it stands out as a low point in WrestleMania history.

1. Women’s Battle Royal Match – WrestleMania 25

The Women’s Battle Royal match at WrestleMania 25 stands out as one of the most disappointing and poorly executed matches in WrestleMania history.

Hindered by its lack of direction and inexplicable booking decisions, the match failed to showcase the talents of the women involved and left fans feeling underwhelmed. With an anticlimactic ending and little excitement throughout, it ranks as the worst match in WrestleMania history.

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