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WWF WrestleMania VII

Name of the event: WWF WrestleMania VII
Date: 24.03.1991
Promotion: World Wrestling Federation
Type: Pay Per View
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Arena: Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena
Attendance: ca. 15.000
Broadcast type: Live
Broadcast date: 24.03.1991
Commentary by: Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan, Jim Duggan, Lord Alfred Hayes & Regis Philbin
PPV buyrate (relative): 2.8
Dark Match
Singles Match
Singles Match
Blindfold Match
Jake Roberts defeats Rick Martel (8:34)
Singles Match
Tag Team Match
Kitao & Tenryu defeat Demolition (Crush & Smash) (w/Mr. Fuji) (4:44)
Singles Match
Tag Team Match
Singles Match
Virgil (w/Roddy Piper) defeats Ted DiBiase by Count Out (7:41)
Singles Match
Hulk Hogan defeats Sgt. Slaughter (w/Gen. Adnan) (c) (20:26) - TITLE CHANGE !!!
Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
PiccoloY2J wrote on 22.05.2016:
[8.0] "Ultimate Warrior and Randy Savage stole the show. In my top 5 matches of all time. The British Bulldog has an entertaining match with Warlord, The Rockers and The Hart Foundations matches both respectively are awesome. Big Boss Man & Mr. Perfect is fine. Hogan & Slaughter doesn't really bother me. There's definitely some garbage, but there's enough to satisfy the wrestling sweet tooth."
DanTalksRasslin wrote on 21.04.2016:
[7.0] "An enjoyable if not entirely great edition of WrestleMania. The Hogan-Slaughter main event and its flag-waving story was very much a product of its time, but for what it was it was effectively played. In terms of match quality, the show by far was carried by the Savage vs. Warrior match, which was excellently done - probably the single best match of Warrior's career - and had a fantastic post-match angle. There was some decent tag team action, notably the Rockers vs. Haku/Barbarian and Nasties vs. Harts, we had a memorable WrestleMania debut for Undertaker, Boss Man vs. Perfect was decent, and DiBiase vs. Virgil was, I think, far better than it had any right to be (and the crowd was actually pretty hot for Virgil). On the other hand, much of the rest was filler, and while I'm sure the blindfold match sounded like a good stipulation on paper, in practice watching two guys stumble around the ring doesn't an exciting match make (I guess I could see it being fun live for its crowd interaction factor). Maybe not the best 'Mania, but it was a childhood favorite and is still a pretty enjoyable watch overall."
Zach wrote on 10.03.2016:
[3.0] "There are a couple of standouts here (The Rockers always put on a good show; Warrior vs. Savage was a good story), but it was mostly crap. Especially the main event storyline. The overdone, contrived, tacky patriotism angle was bad. Really bad."

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Number of comments: 39
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Average Rating: 6.43
Average in 2016: 6.00
Average in 2015: 6.67
Average in 2014: 6.00
Average in 2013: 5.67
Average in 2011: 5.33
Average in 2009: 7.50
Average in 2008: 6.80
Average in 2007: 7.33

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