WWE events are renowned for their high-octane entertainment, oversized characters, and thrilling contests that leave spectators cheering for more. These occasions have left audiences worldwide spellbound and produced decades’ worth of memorable memories.
WWE events are an unparalleled spectacle and a must-see for sports and entertainment lovers, starting with WrestleMania and continuing with SummerSlam and beyond.
WrestleMania X (1994) – This event was headlined by two classic matches that showcased some of the best in-ring performances in WWE history. Bret Hart and his brother Owen Hart faced off in a technical masterpiece for the WWE Championship, while Razor Ramon and Shawn Michaels competed in a ladder match for the Intercontinental Championship, a bout that revolutionized the use of high-flying and high-risk maneuvers in wrestling.
2. SummerSlam 1992 – The first and only WWE event to take place in the UK, this show was headlined by a match between The British Bulldog and Bret Hart for the Intercontinental Championship. The event drew over 80,000 fans to Wembley Stadium, setting a record for attendance at a WWE event that would stand for over 20 years.
3. Money in the Bank 2011 – This event is perhaps best remembered for the eponymous Money in the Bank ladder matches, which saw CM Punk and Daniel Bryan win their respective matches and earn the opportunity to cash in a contract for a world championship at any time. The event also featured a classic match between John Cena and Punk for the WWE Championship, which many fans and critics consider to be one of the best matches in WWE history.
4. WrestleMania XIV (1998) – This event marked the beginning of the Attitude Era and the ascent of Stone Cold Steve Austin as the top star in WWE. Austin defeated Shawn Michaels in the main event to win his first WWE Championship, while also setting up a feud with Mike Tyson that helped establish WWE as a cultural phenomenon.
5. Royal Rumble 1992 – This event featured the first-ever 30-man Royal Rumble match for the WWE Championship, which was won by Ric Flair after an hour-long performance that cemented his place as one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. The event also featured classic matches between Roddy Piper and The Mountie, and The Legion of Doom and The Natural Disasters, making it a must-see event for fans of all eras of WWE.