Wrestlemania 2000. That should've been The Rock's big payoff instead of Backlash. It's on my Top 3 worst Wrestlemania's of all time. The only saving grace was the first Ladder Match between EC/Dudleyz/Hardyz.
To make matters worse: Cena had the nerve to list losing to The Rock as his most embarrassing defeat, and bitched because he didn't go over in Miami. Fucking piece of shit.
Jesus fucking christ I never heard that before! He fucking bitched about not being given the win?? Fuck him and the horse he rode in on.
Everything about it was so forced, even down to the way they ended up at the top of the ramp. They walked up there separately, unlike Rock-Hogan who walked up together. Cena just stood there waiting for Rock like a cock waiting for the ''rub''. Everything about Rock-Hogan seemed organic and natural, almost like it was unscripted, which im sure it wasn't, but thats how natural it seemed and is what made it great. Rock-Cena though, there wasn't anything remotely natural about it, it seemed so forced and scripted. And the shameless look on Cena's face tells you all you need to know about the kind of guy he is.
But as bad as 29 was Royal Rumble 2014 was worse by a lot just by thought that there idea for the main event of 30th anniversary of Mania (as they put it) was to ignore this big underdog story with Bryan proving that anyone can be champ despite looks or size and stick him in the midcard when he is the most over guy since the AE and have come back out of nowhere to beat up and have the main event of this flagstone Mania validate what the heel authority group was saying about only bodybuilders can be champs
Starrcade 97 was the most disappointing considering the time and hype put into it.
Worst ever is either OTL '12 with Cena and John Laurinaitis, WM XXIX with Rock/Cena II or this years Rumble with no Bryan and Batista winning of all people.
Originally Posted by Salvatore Maranzano
Kingdoms rise, kingdoms fall. Pretenders reach for the throne but only Caesar can rule and the pretenders fade away. What does it all mean? In the words of Marcus Aurelius, the universe is change, our life is what our thoughts make it. And my thoughts are this, everybody in this room, is going to get rich.
Battleground 2013: Big Show punching both participants, his music playing in the background, while Brad Maddox stood on the ramp, mouth agape, was one of the most hilariously awful endings in WWE history.
Wrestlemania 29 comes a close second. WWE KNEW no one wanted to see that shit, and they STILL put it on and forced it down the fans' throats.