Re: PPVs that you feel like you're the only one who thought they were bad
First of all, I hate the whole "am I the only one?" thing. It's used in so many different ways, and out of billions of people, no, you're not going to be the only one that feels that way. In this instance, pertaining to wrestling fans, when there's millions of us, no, you're not going to be the special one with a totally unique and ground-breaking opinion.
That said, some big events that I feel were really bad:
First, Wrestlemania 25. Again, I don't think I'm alone at all in disliking this show. But Taker vs. HBK saved that show in more ways than one, both at the time and in terms of how it's historically viewed. Taker vs. HBK was an all-time great match, maybe the greatest ever. Take it away and you're left with a steaming pile of shit. A 30 minute Kid Rock performance. Santina. Roddy Piper and Jimmy Snuka wrestling 20-30 years past their prime. Mysterio vs. JBL being a non-match. Super Cena at his finest. And the most lifeless WM main event in HHH vs. Orton. The feud was so heated, to have a Point A to Point B wrestling match was an awful call.
Also, Wrestlemania 30. This one's a little different because the majority rate it so highly. Seen/read a lot of people that put it in the top 5 or even top 3 Manias ever. Let's start with the positives. Everything Daniel Bryan on this show, awesome. Starting the show with Austin, Rock, Hogan... really cool. The rest... again, torrential stream of shit. Cena killing Wyatt dead in the water. Streak ending, great moment, awful match. I legit nearly fell asleep until "The Streak... is over." The Shield, maybe the hottest act in the company besides Daniel Bryan, squashing the fucking New Age Outlaws. The women's division put in a clusterfuck Vickie Guerrero Invitational a month after we see Paige and Emma tear it up at NXT Arrival. 2 great matches, a big moment and a nostalgia opening segment does not make an all time great Wrestlemania.