WrestleMania season is upon us. Over the last 10 years WWE has provided fans with great moments at The Showcase of the Immortals.
Fans from all across the country flock to wherever WrestleMania takes place. The event has become a launching pad for wrestlers, and a final destination for certain icons. Fans will descend on Tampa Bay, FL this year for WrestleMania 36.
For this article, we take a look at the 10 WrestleManias that took place in this decade. Some were great and some were less than great. Every WrestleMania provides fans with moments that should last a lifetime. Here is a final ranking of the WrestleManias of the 2010’s.
WrestleMania moment: Shane McMahon jumping off Hell in a Cell
Match of the night: Charlotte vs Sasha Banks v Becky Lynch
Until the end of time, fans will argue about that WWE is alienating their fans with poor creative decisions. In 2016, WWE put over 100,000 people (allegedly) into AT&T Stadium, for WrestleMania for a card that fans actively voiced their displeasure with. The main event was between a wrestler that fans were vocally rebelling against, Roman Reigns, and Triple H who became a fan favorite simply because he was facing Roman Reigns.
WWE attempted to recreate the formula they had with Daniel Bryan. They tried portray Reigns as a fan favorite who rebelled against the villainous stable of The Authority. It bombed badly and by the end of the story fans were loudly cheering Triple H to win. Roman Reigns finally became WWE Champion at the biggest show in history of WWE, and fans rejected the move.
This WrestleMania was memorable for being the first match for the new Women’s Championship between three of the Four Horsewomen. Sasha Banks, Charlotte, and Becky Lynch stole the show with innovative moves and a fast paced match. Charlotte would win the match and become the first WWE Women’s Champion.
The match between Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose was forgettable, as was The Undertaker vs Shane McMahon inside Hell in a Cell. The story leading up to Hell in a Cell was as confusing as it was frustrating. McMahon provided the only highlight of a boring match when he jumped off Hell in a Cell.