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With a lot of people looking forward to Wrestlemania X-8, I thought it would be a good time to look back at the past PPVs and let us know what your favorite of all time was, or any classic matches that deserve to be mentioned...



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Judgment Day 2000.



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No Mercy 1999. Featuring the first Edge and Christian/Hardy Boyz ladder match, Rock/Bulldog and an Austin/Triple H main event.



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There's a whole lot of choices for this one but I guess I'll say:

WWF: Royal Rumble 92
WCW: Spring Stampede 94
NWA: WrestleWar 89
ECW: Anarchy Rulz 99



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Was there anything good about Bulldog/Rock at No Mercy? I remember it being short and pretty lame.

My Pics:

Fully Loaded 2000-I attended this ppv in Dallas, and had great great 1st level deck seats. A lot of great long matches and minimal crap.

Royal Rumble 2001-The best Royal Rumble ppv ever. Screw 1992. That had the best Rumble match, this one had the best overall card.

Summerslam 2001-Awesome show from start to finish. Some disappointing finishes and main event, but only one match on it truly sucked IMHO (and no CFGB, there was nothing good about that crappy ass cage match).








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Wrestlemania 17



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I'm going with the last one that I was into emotionally from start to finish - Royal Rumble 2K. I tell ya, that Foley-Helmsley streetfight had me so something I don't normally do while watching a wrestling match...cringe and cover my eyes. THAT's good stuff right there.

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Staying true to my contrarian gimmick (which like all gimmicks, it part shoot and part work)...

AAA When World's Collide 11/94

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#9 Posted on
Wrestlemainia VIII- Flair/Savage & Piper/Hart

Summerslam '91- Hart/Hennig and to a lesser extent, LOD vs. Nasty Boys

Summerslam '92- Warrior/Savage and most importantly Hart/Bulldog.

Almost all the PPVs between RR 2000 and King of the Ring 2000 were great. A lot of Benoit, Jericho and Angle stuff were on those. Plus, they had that awesome Rock/HHH iron man match. I'm so mad that I accidently taped over it.

WM X7 was great, but like I said in another thread, I have to give it another viewing before I give it legendary status.

I liked Invasion a lot mainly form the standpoint of "Holy shit! I still can't believe this is happening." But it would have menat more if they had kept it Wcw vs. WWF instead of calling it Alliance.



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I don't know if this counts but IWA King of the Deathmatch is high on my list.

As for the known PPVs

-Royal Rumble 2001 (Best Ladder Match Ever! And I don't even like Benoit that much)

-Backlash 2000 (The Showster... need I say more?)

-Wrestlemania X-7 (TLC alone puts it on the list)

-Summerslam 2000 (TLC1, Shane vs. Blackman)

And my favorite PPV of all time:

Royal Rumble 2000: The Hardy/Dudley Table Match, A great Rumble, and the greatest main event of all time/Mick Foley's best match ever!



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Hmm... I'd say Backlash 2000, because HHH finally jobbed the belt to Rock. Plus, it was the return of Austin sinc November. Both were mark out moments. A great end to a PPV.

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OK, I already voted for Judgment Day 2000, perhaps I will explain why.

Rock(c) vs Triple H, WWF Title, Iron Man Match, Geust Ref-shawn Michaels: Silly ending aside, this was an incredible match. seeing the Undertaker finally return was cool for me too.

Chris Benoit(c) vs Chris Jericho, IC Title, Submission Match: Another great match.

Edge/Christian/Kurt Angle vs. Too Cool/Rikishi: A hot opener to a great PPV
Eddy Guerrero(c) vs. Dean Malenko vs. Perry Saturn, Eusropean Title: Yet another excellent wrestling match.

The Big Show vs. Shane McMahon, street fight: The match that wrote Show out of stories while he had surgery, good for what it was.

X-Pac/Road Dogg vs. The Dudley Boyz, tables match: Low point of the show, but not especially horrible. Just there.



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SummerSlam 1998

Rocky versus HHH in a Ladder match
Austin versus UT for the title in a match that had no reason to be that good
Double J versus a face X-Pac in a good match
And the sleeper match of the decade.....
Val Venus versus D'Lo in a match that went almost 30 minutes. It was the first match of the show and damn it was good. There was a scary part though, D'Lo was about to do his running powerbomb and slipped, dropping Val on the back of his head similiar to Droz.

This is my FAVORITE PPV. Even though Judgement Day 2000 is a close second.




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