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Old 01-27-2013, 02:36 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Default Re: Best and Worst Rumbles

Best
1.) 1992 - Had the best star power and was the first and only time a Rumble was for the WWF title.
2.) 2004 - Had many of the best moments in Rumble history with some great returns as well. By far the best Rumble in terms of storytelling and emotion.
3.) 2001 - Many great moments like 2004 did.
4.) 2007 - One of the most star studded Rumbles with one of the best endings ever as well.
5.) 2002 - Star studded and many great returns

Worst
1.) 1995 - It was filled with jobbers. HBK winning was the only good thing about it.
2.) 1993 - Lack of real star power and one of the worst finishes ever.
3.) 1988 - Very slow paced, no star talent (Hogan didn't even compete) and an overall boring match. I would have made it #1 if wasn't for the low prestige.
4.) 1999 - Very overrated imo. It had a bunch of nobodies and ended with ..... winning. It was more of a big angle than an actual match.
5.) 2012 - I hate to reiterate, but most of this Rumble really did feel like it was from an episode of Raw.
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