Main-event matches: 5/5
WrestleMania 28 proved hugely successful for WWE, which was in no large part due to the creation of one of the most anticipated main events in pro wrestling history.
The year-long build for John Cena vs. The Rock had fans salivating as the days wore down to their historic clash at the Sun Life Stadium. In a solid encounter, it was the "Great One" who triumphed in his hometown of Miami.
Elsewhere, Undertaker bested Triple H inside Hell in a Cell and CM Punk defended his WWE Championship in a supremely technical match with Chris Jericho. While in a downright perplexing move, Sheamus beat Daniel Bryan in 18 seconds to become World Heavyweight champion.
Sheamus' win proved potentially quite damaging to the PPV's chances, as "Daniel Bryan" chants were heard during the two proceeding matches. But Undertaker's dramatic, gruelling battle with Triple H restored fan harmony.
Their "End of an Era" match, featuring Shawn Michaels as referee, emotionally drained the live crowd in attendance, with all three men giving expert performances to steal the show.
They did more than justify a third battle between the two at this event.
Magical moments: 4/5
While the WrestleMania 27 clash between Triple H and Undertaker ended on a bittersweet note, where Undertaker was carried from the ring, this year's post-match conclusion was beautifully done.
After a battered Triple H struggled to stand, Undertaker and Michaels helped "The Game" up the ramp. The three embraced after four years of WrestleMania wars between the trio, adding a poignant touch to conclude the end of the rivalry.
In the main event, Rock's triumph, coupled with Cena's dejection as he lay sprawled on the ramp was also quite a memorable, long-lasting image from the show.
Brodus Clay's prolonged dancing segment is probably a rare WrestleMania occurrence that fans will want to forget altogether.
Mid-card matches: 4/5
Perhaps indicative of WWE's struggles to elevate many mid-card stars, many of them found themselves in a 12-man tag-team match between Team John Laurinaitis and Team Teddy Long.
This was adequate, but Kane vs. Randy Orton and Cody Rhodes vs. Big Show offered more to get excited over, with both matches extremely fairly stellar affairs.
Another celebrity was recruited for the divas match, as Maria Menounos made her WrestleMania debut.
But with the focus undoubtedly on the main events, WWE still managed to impress on the whole with its all-round card.