WrestleMania Worst Segment/Match in Wrestlemania History (Nominations)

Discussion in 'PPV's & Specials' started by Snowman, Mar 24, 2013.

  1. You guys have several polls up, like your "Greatest Wrestler of All Time" where you guys take nominations and then do little daily polls listing the topics and then have someone add to the thread... Well, this is another one of these, except more fun since this one's about all the trainwrecks and catastrophes that happened. The poll will start tomorrow (if you want it started)

    This is just a nominations thread since you guys know all about wrestling's history and I don't, so you guys can list all the things that went epically terrible throughout the years.

    Nominate all you want, gogogogo
     
  2. Jake Robert's blindfold match comes to mind.
     
  3. Bret Hart vs. Vince McMahon was horrible. As was Shawn Michaels vs. Vince McMahon. Those are the first two that jump to mind for matches. As for segments, that damn Brodus Clay dance segment last year was god awful\. That's all I got off the top of my head. At least, if I'm setting the bar high for trash and not just listing off stuff I disliked.
     
  4. Lawler vs Cole if Rodrigo hasn't chosen that(video won't load on phone), otherwise Cena vs Miz.
     
  5. Not sure if it is the worst but Jake Roberts vs that model guy whos name I forget in a blindfold match at mania was pretty bad.
     
  6. -Gene Okerlund singing the National Anthem at the first Wrestlemania.
    -The celebrity guest commentators for Wrestlemania 2 were horrible!
    -Can I just put up the entire Wrestlemania 9 show? From the entire card to the environment itself.
    -Diesel's mic malfunctioning at Wrestlemania 11 was pretty awkward.
    -The Miller Cat Fight girls at Wrestlemania 19. These were the best celebs they could find for WM19?
    -RVD and Booker T's combined/re-mixed theme music at Wrestlemania 20 was terrible. Just a passing thing, but still.

    There's been over two hundred matches in Wrestlemania history and so many bad ones out of the lot, that it's hard to single any out.