WrestleMania 30: Worst Booking Decisions in the History of the Pay-Per-View

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WrestleMania 30: Worst Booking Decisions in the History of the Pay-Per-View
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While WrestleMania may be the company's biggest event of the year, that shouldn't suggest it is immune to the inept booking that has often blighted WWE's product over the years.

In fact, there have been more than a few dreadful creative decisions in the history of the PPV. From baffling match placement to mind-bogglingly bad bouts—The Undertaker has really been burdened with some awful opponents over the years—you have to wonder just what Vince McMahon and his writing crew were thinking when they came up with this nonsense.

So, if you're feeling brave, let's have a look at the most terrible booking decisions in PPV history, in order of just how awful of an impact they had.

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