WWE WrestleMania: Ranking the Worst Matches in the Supercard's History

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WWE WrestleMania: Ranking the Worst Matches in the Supercard's History
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There are a lot of wrestling companies out there, and they stage countless events over the course of the year, but there is no denying that WWE's WrestleMania trumps them all. Many of the greatest matches in the history of professional wrestling have taken place on the 'Mania stage. However, some of the worst have happened at the show of shows as well.

The WrestleMania platform is great in most respects because it allows the talent to thrive in front of millions of people. While great performances are magnified, though, the same is true of poor showings. If a bad match happens on Raw or SmackDown, fans might talk about it for a day or two, but it gets forgotten about soon after. When a bad match happens at WrestleMania, however, it is forever encapsulated.

For every fan that still talks about Randy "Macho Man" Savage against Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat at WrestleMania III, there is another that continues to bash Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar from WrestleMania XX. Wrestling fans tend to have great memories, so when something falls flat at the Super Bowl of professional wrestling, it never fades into obscurity.

Here are the 10 worst matches to occur over the course of the first 28 WrestleManias in WWE history. We can only hope that WrestleMania XXIX doesn't add any duds to this list.

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