WrestleMania 30: Worst Event Cards in PPV's History

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WrestleMania 30: Worst Event Cards in PPV's History
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WrestleMania has been referred to as the Showcase of the Immortals and as such, the importance of crafting a card worthy of that title can be as key to the success of the show as the actual performance given by the Superstars lucky enough to be on it. 

Over the course of 29 years, WWE has produced some of the best wrestling cards of all-time.

WrestleMania III delivered a little bit of everything, including quality tag team bouts, a Match of the Decade nominee in Ricky Steamboat vs. Randy Savage and an iconic main event between Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant. 

WrestleMania VII and WrestleMania X-Seven both featured strong undercards that gave way to truly emotional marquee matches.

WrestleMania XXVIII featured a card stacked with legitimate main event matches a few undercard bouts featuring former World and WWE champions.

Not every event was lucky enough to have expertly crafted matches that featured several matches that piqued the interest of fans across the globe. Some installments of the biggest show of the year succeeded or failed despite lackluster or unexciting lineups.

With this year's WrestleMania card incomplete and opinions split as of this moment, here is a look back at some of the worst event cards in the history of wrestling's biggest event.

Here's hoping that WrestleMania XXX does not one day join a revised edition of this list.  

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