WWE WrestleMania: Creating a Dream Card with Matches from Past WrestleManias

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WWE WrestleMania: Creating a Dream Card with Matches from Past WrestleManias

We are now less than a week from a WrestleMania that features one of the most stacked cards in history.

CM Punk vs. Chris Jericho for the WWE Championship is a match that could sell shows on its own. Yet it's only the third main event come Sunday.

It's around this time of year that we start to think back to our favorite WrestleMania shows and matches. I know I did, and it got me wondering: what if we could make a dream card out of these WrestleMania classics?

Of course, it would be difficult with the amount of great matches to make this loaded card, so here are a few rules for the following slideshow:

1) There is a limit of 10 matches on this card. Even that is a match or two overboard, but with 27 WrestleMania's to cover, a show with three times that number would be easy to craft.

2) No one is pulling double duty. This is an important one, especially when it comes to a superstar like Shawn Michaels. Mr. WrestleMania has had amazing matches against a multitude of superstars, but since this card would theoretically be happening all in one night, he can only fight one person. While this means plenty of great matches will be left off the card, it also provides a perfect opportunity for everyone to bring their own opinions to the table on their dream card.

3) Each championship can only be defended once. So although there have been numerous memorable WWE Championship matches in WrestleMania history, only one of them will be appearing on my card. 

Making this slideshow is like putting together one big jigsaw puzzle, and I'd love to hear everyone's opinions on their dream cards while trying to follow those three rules.

Let's get started!

 

Check out my power ranking of all 11 of the Undertaker's Hell in a Cell matches at this link.

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