WWE Extreme Rules 2012 Review!

At WrestleMania XX in 2004, Brock Lesnar was booed out of the building after his awful, lacklustre showing against Goldberg. The man had fallen out of love with the business and the frightfully gruelling touring schedule, to the point where, at the peak of his powers, he jumped ship to the NFL and his beloved Minnesota Vikings. Fast forward 8 years to the RAW after WrestleMania 28, and John Cena is in the ring delivering a promo and addressing his loss to The Rock in the ‘Once in a Lifetime’ match-up that lasted all of a year, when the first bars of familiar music played. The pop as Brock Lesnar’s name flashed across the titantron is unbelievable and with that, any animosity the WWE Universe

WWF WrestleMania X-Seven Review!

This PPV was already record-breaking before the first match, with WWE reporting that 67,925 people crammed themselves into the Reliant Astrodome in Houston, Texas. With this in mind, the company was under pressure to deliver a show-stopping event, and that’s exactly what it did. With one of the hottest wrestling rivalries since Hogan and Savage, or Michaels and Hart, Wrestlemania X-Seven’s main event was centred around The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, feuding over the WWF Championship. Having feuded for the Championship on two separate occasions, once at Wrestlemania XV and again at Backlash 1999, it’s a testament to the charisma of these two characters and the creative team at the time


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