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Wrestlemania 13 Essay

581 words - 2 pages

Wrestlemania 13 is a wrestlemania, i'm not too fond of, it's really quite dull. WWE was showing glimpses of potential at this time, but it was still in a transitional phase so to speak. Austin Vs Bret is indeed great, and having Shawn Michaels on commentary was a nice touch, but Sid Vs Taker, while decent, wasn't main event worthy. The crowd is game, but I really questioned some of the decisions that went on here.

Matches.

Four-way tag team elimination match The Headbangers Vs The Godwins Vs Doug Furnas&Phil Lafon Vs The Blackjacks. Rather average if you ask me, nothing truly outstanding happens here. The Headbangers were always a unique site though, and seeing them win pleased me.

2/5

WWF Intercontinental Championship.

Rocky Maivia|C| Vs The Sultan Honky Tonk Man is out for commentary. This wasn't The Rock's heyday, so he gets very little crowd reaction. Not bad actually, it had some pretty decent spots, with Rikishi, aka The Sultan meshing well with Rocky. Crowd is completely against Rocky, and often cheered for The Sultan. Rocky wins with a roll up. Afterwords The Sheik and Sultan gang up on Rocky, with his father making the save, in a cool moment.

2 1/2 /5

Triple H Vs Goldust. Solid to say the least, if nothing truly great. It had a consistent flow, and made for a good match up. I liked the mind games from Chyna that she was putting on Marlena. Triple H wins with the pedigree, after Chyna interference.

3/5

WWF Tag Team Championship

Owen Hart&The British Bulldog Vs Mankind&Vader. Surprising face pop for the Hart's. Another solid match here, but doing Heel Vs Heel matches, if often risky. Thankfully it worked out well here. Mankind's unorthodox style,...

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