Ranking WrestleMania – Part 2

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Check out part two of our series of posts ranking WrestleMania.

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Looking Back – SummerSlam 1989 Review

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WrestleMania 30 For 30 – WrestleMania V

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WrestleMania V is where the Mega Powers explode!

Mega Powers explodeAs we discussed on the 30 for 30 for WrestleMania IV, Macho Man Randy Savage was the champion by the end of that show. And he held the belt for an entire year. We discuss all that happened after Mania IV and into Mania V. It was one of the most glorious angles the WWF has ever done.

Join Big D, Jason, and I for a comprehensive discussion about WrestleMania V.

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WrestleMania 30 For 30 – WrestleMania IV

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After the huge show that was WrestleMania III, Superfriends Universe and Fight Game Blog now bring you, our WrestleMania 30 for 30 – WrestleMania IV podcast.

How did the WWF follow up one of their best shows ever? They continued the Andre The Giant vs. Hulk Hogan storyline, yet neither man was champion at the end of the night.

Join Big D, Jason, and I for a comprehensive discussion about WrestleMania IV.

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Greatest Wrestlers Of The WrestleMania Era Final List

Our project started many months ago, and for the last two and a half months, we’ve been counting down who we believe are the greatest wrestlers of the WrestleMania era. We talked about how we ranked them in the introduction.

I want to thank Duan, Alan, Big D, Jason, and Cadillac Don for all of their help in putting together the list and writing the short bios. It was a tremendously fun project and I’m happy with the way it turned out.

Here is the final ranking along with a link to every write-up:

1. Steve Austin (Alan)
2. Bret Hart (Duan)
3. Shawn Michaels (Duan)
4. Ric Flair (GG)
5. Randy Savage (Don)
6. Kurt Angle (Big D)
7. Chris Jericho (Don)
8. Eddy Guerrero (Alan)
9. The Rock (GG)
10. Curt Hennig (Duan)
11. Terry Funk (Alan)
12. Chris Benoit (Don)
13. The Undertaker (Duan)
14. Mick Foley (GG)
15. Rey Mysterio (Alan)
16. Hulk Hogan
17. Ricky Steamboat (GG)
18. Bryan Danielson (Jason)
19. Jake Roberts (Big D)
20. Ted DiBiase (Big D)
21. Owen Hart (Jason)
22. Big Van Vader (Alan)
23. Rowdy Roddy Piper (Big D)
24. Triple H (Don)
25. Rick Rude (Big D)

Greatest Wrestlers Of The WrestleMania Era: #25 – “Ravishing” Rick Rude

Robinsdale, Minnesota’s “Ravishing” Rick Rude is one of the most iconic faces of the 1980s and 1990s in the wrestling business.

Also known as “The Ravishing One” and the “Sexiest Man Alive”, one could say that his pre-match “What I’d like to have right now…” in-ring promos helped inspire the modern era of heels; very few wrestlers did in-ring pre-match promos prior to the Monday Night War. Besides that, Rude became an INTEGRAL part of the War as not only being a FOUNDING MEMBER of Degeneration X, but also for being the first man to appear simultaneously on WWF Raw and WCW Nitro on the same night, November 17th, 1997, (Raw was taped a week prior and Rude left the company in that week and showed up on the live WCW Nitro the next week).

But before that, Rude got it done between the ropes.
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