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Wrestlemania 10 [Import]

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5.0 out of 5 stars Ten Years In The Making June 18 2004
WrestleMania X
March 20, 1994
Madison Square Garden
New York City, New York
Bret Hart V. Owen Hart
Awesome, Awesome Match. Another classic match from Bret. Don't give all the credit to Bret, Owen was great in this match. Owen pins Bret with a victory roll was countered into a pin! Did I mention how awesome this match is? *****
Mixed Tag Team Match:
Bam Bam Bigelow & Luna Vachon V. Doink & Dink
Fun match to watch. Bam Bam & Luna win it. **1/2
Falls count Anywhere Match:
Randy Savage V. Crash
Not bad. Pretty innovative. Savage wins, of course. **3/4
Women's Championship:
Alundra Blayze (Champion) V. Lelain Kai
Pretty Good Women's match. Blayze retains the title after a german suplex with a bridge. **
WWF Tag Team Championship:
The Quebecers (Champions) V. Men On A Mission
Ok Tag Title match. MOM wins by countout. **
WWF Championship:
Yokozuna (Champion) V. Lex Luger
This match was boring. The only thing that made this match good was Mr. Perfect was the ref. Yoko wins by DQ. *
Earthquake V. Adam Bomb
Earthquake wins in 35 seconds. DUD
Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Championship:
Razor Ramon (Champion) V. Shawn Michaels
Simply excellent. Razor retains in the first-ladder match that was amazing. *****
WWF Championship:
Yokozuna (Champion) V. Bret Hart
Not a very good match, but it was a great moment. Bret Hart regains the WWF Championship. The Championship belt is back where it belongs with Bret. All the faces come down and congratulate Bret. The match was *1/4....the moment *****.
Overall, a a great WrestleMania, from Bert V. Owen, to Shawn V. Razon, to Bret's title win. A Great event and a great moment in wrestling history. An easy ***** star WrestleMania!
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3.0 out of 5 stars If your honest you would say average at best. March 28 2004
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Let's set the record straight. Wrestlemania 10 is not as great as everyone thinks it was or is for that matter. For people to consider this one of the greatest pay per view events ever is simply a joke. Now I am not saying that this isn't a good show because it was, a very good show actually, but to be considered one of the best ever, it needs to be a blowaway show from top to bottom which it wasn't. Let's go back in time to the year 1994. The then WWF was just coming into a down cycle that would last until Vince McMahon pulled a fast one on Bret Hart at Survivor Series 97. Keep that in mind while you read this review. If you are honest with yourself you know that there are only two good matches on this card. And they were fantastic matches in the ladder match with HBK vs Razor Ramon and the opening bout with Bret Hart and the late great Owen Hart putting on a classic. But do two matches make this one of the best? I'll answer that, no. Besides those two matches you had two awful WWF title matches featuring Yokozuna taking on Lex Luger first, then Bret Hart which was anti climatic after his match with Owen. You had the horrible Men on a Mission taking on the Quebecers for the tag titles that ended with a false finish. Doink the Clown which is a brutal gimmick was involved in a mix tag with his buddy Dink taking on Bam Bam Bigelow and Luna. A women's title match that served as a bathroom break for the fans on hand, and Earthquake disposing of Adam Bomb in less than two minutes. I will say that the Macho Man vs Crush falls count anywhere match was okay but very tame. Any wrestling knows that two matches do not make an all time pay per view. I still say you should get a copy of this tape to see Bret and Shawn's matches, I would just like people to be truthful when they talk about how "great" Wrestlemania 10 really was.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wow Dec 30 2003
Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart
Perhaps the best technical match the WWE had ever put on at that stage. Bret/Owen was a great feud, and this was the best match they had. Truly breathtaking
5/5
Bam Bam Bigelow & Luna Vachon vs. Doink and Dink
This was just funny, not a good match, but funny. After Hart-Hart any match is going to suck, but this is here simply to help everybody recover for the previous bout.
3/5.
3. Macho Man vs. Crush
Entertaining stuff, and a decent match to finish a decent feud. Was this the first Falls Count Anywhere Match?
4/5
4. Alandra Blaze vs. Leilani Kai
Pointless really, but better than the usualy diva matches
(3/5)
5. M.O.M. vs. the Quebeccers
Surprisingly decent tag match.
(3/5)
6. Lex Luger vs. Yokozuna for WWF championship
Worst match of the night
(2/5)
7. Shawn Michaels vs. Razor Ramon
wow, this is awesome, you have to see it
(5/5)
8. Adam Bomb vs. Earthquake- wasn't really a match, but it was funny when Earthquake sat on Adam Bomb. (3/5)
9. Bret Hart vs. Yokozuna
Alot better than you think, and alot better than it was at Mania IX, and when you watch it a few times its an above average match, with the result everybody wanted.
4/5
I would personally have had Lex Luger vs Bret Hart in the final match and it could've done with an Undertaker match. But it was the best Mania up to this stage and after Wrestlemania XIX and X-Seven it is the best.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best Wrestlemania!!!!! Nov. 3 2003
In my opinion, this is probably the best Wrestlemania ever. I don't know why, but after seeing all the Wrestlemanias, I gotta say this is probably my fav. Plus, this was their first Wrestlemania without having to rely on Hulkamania to produce more buyrates. And it was done well. Anyways, here's my review of each match.
Matches (may not be in order, so shoot me):
1. Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart- one of, if not, the best technical wrestling match ever. Both men used a shxtload of moves that set the standard for other matches to come in the future. Just watch it, and you can tell it is a classic. This is also the match in my opinion, where Owen Hart juped out of the shadow of his brother. 5/5
2. Bam Bam Bigelow & Luna Vachon vs. Doink and Dink- funny as hell. It was funny when Dink was picking on that fat fxck Bam Bam, daring him to wrestle him. Not a great wrestling match, but it sure was entertaining. P.S. Bam Bam and Doink both suck equally 3/5.
3. Macho Man vs. Crush in a falls count anywhere match- again, not a good wrestling match, but sure was entertaining. 3/5
4. Alandra Blaze (a.k.a. Medusa) vs. Leilani Kai for women's title- I actually thought this was a good match, considering that WWF didn't give two shxts about the women's title. Pretty much a one-sided match, but it was cool. 2.5/5
5. M.O.M. vs. the Quebeccers for Tag Team titles- decent tag match. I loved it when the Quebeccers suplexed Mabel. Plus, The king had an awesome quote: "Mabel was so big, he had to be baptized at Sea World." Classic Lawler. 3/5
6. Lex Luger vs. Yokozuna for WWF championship- the only actual boring match. Never liked Lex, never liked Yoko. Sucky match. 2/5 just cause Mr. Perfect R.I.P. was the ref.
7. Shawn Michaels vs.
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This PPV is one of the best ever with two outstanding matches. The first being, Owen Hart vs. Bret Hart, this match is great and the ending is spectacular with a move that would... Read more
Published on June 6 2002
5.0 out of 5 stars From ladders to Hitman this event has it all!!!!!!!!!!
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Published on May 24 2002 by Alexander Shaw
5.0 out of 5 stars From ladders to hitman this Wrestlemania has it all!!!!!!
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Published on May 13 2002 by Alexander Shaw
5.0 out of 5 stars 2ND BEST WRESTLEMANIA EVER
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Published on March 19 2002 by Dan
5.0 out of 5 stars The WWF learned its lesson from last year's debacle
The opening match alone is worth the price of a buy. Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart was one of the greatest matches ever; the best "counter-and-reverse match" ever until Chris... Read more
Published on Feb. 10 2002 by Jonathan E. Lickness
5.0 out of 5 stars THE NUMBER 3 WRESTLEMANIA OF ALL TIME.
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Published on Jan. 19 2002 by Roy Levins
1.0 out of 5 stars Horrible abomination of a Wrestlemania
This event was supposed to celebrate a decade of the World Wrestling Fedeartion's success. However, it proved to be a turning point for them into obscurity. Read more
Published on Oct. 18 2001
5.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining show, but only two matches are REALLY worth it
Lots of people say this is the greatest Wrestlemania of all time (although I wonder how many of them are Scott Keith fanboys. Read more
Published on Aug. 27 2001 by Elizabeth A. Schuster
4.0 out of 5 stars OWENS GREATEST MATCH!
when i hired this ppv i knew it would be pretty good....but me was wrong...it was very good .
i knew the owen vs bret hart match would be good to but me was also wrong it... Read more
Published on Aug. 13 2001 by cengiz mutluol
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