The Best And Worst Of WrestleMania 2

By: 04.05.13  •  54 Comments
WrestleMania 2

Pre-show notes:

– Welcome to another retro report, this time in preparation for/celebration of WrestleMania 29. Guess how I picked this one to review? It was either WrestleMania 2, or WrestleMania 9.

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– If you’d like to read another technically “retro” WrestleMania report, be sure to go back and read the Best and Worst of WrestleMania XXVIII Live.

– I’m going to be at the various events surrounding WrestleMania 29 and Mania itself, so if you’re in the New Jersey New York area, find me and throw up the high-five.

Click through for the Best and Worst of WrestleMania 2. Warning: It happens in 1986.

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