Mike Reviews Every WrestleMania Opening Match (31 to 35)

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Back with some more Opening Matches from WrestleMania. Today we’ve got some pretty big matches, so I’m hoping we have some good match quality. Sadly we now enter the period where they stop putting numbers on the logo, as Vince apparently thought it would make the event seem too old and un-hip. Because whenever I want to know what’s hip I always want to know what Vince McMahon thinks!

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Mike Reviews Every WrestleMania Opening Match (2000 to XX)

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Back with some more Opening Matches for ya’ll. This time we’re covering the year 2000 to 2004, which seems to mostly be matches for secondary or tertiary belts. I’m not sure why the WWF got into that habit during this period. I’m guessing starting the show with a Title match is an easy way to get the crowd invested?

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Mike Reviews Every WrestleMania Opening Match (XI to XV)

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After a brief break last week with Mania X, let’s pick these up again. I’m not really looking forward to this one because I don’t think any of these matches are what you could class as “good” based on my memory, but maybe they’ll surprise me?

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Mike Reviews Every WrestleMania Opening Match (VI to X)

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Back with some more Opening Matches, this time covering WrestleMania VI to X.

There are two particular matches here that should be great, with Shawn Michaels featuring in three of the five matches. It’s almost like this section is cheating!

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Mike Reviews Every WrestleMania Opening Match (I to V)

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I had an ongoing series on here where I would review Main Events, so Every WrestleMania Main Event, Every Starrcade Main Event etc.

I decided I would try the format with opening matches as well, just to see if it would garner any interest and whether I’d have any fun with it. We’ll start with Every WrestleMania Opening Match, and if you guys enjoy that we could always do other events and pay per views down the line.

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