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17 March 2002 (USA) See more »
The One And Only See more »
As the nWo continues their crusade against the WWF, wrestling's past meets wrestling's future when the People's Champion... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Chris Jericho ... Chris Jericho

Paul Levesque ... Triple H

Dwayne Johnson ... The Rock

Hulk Hogan ... Hollywood Hulk Hogan

Darren Matthews ... William Regal

Rob Van Dam ... Rob Van Dam

Monty Sopp ... Billy Gunn
Chuck Palumbo ... Chuck

Jeff Hardy ... Jeff Hardy

Matt Hardy ... Matt Hardy

Mark LoMonaco ... Bubba Ray Dudley

Devon Hughes ... D-Von Dudley

Ron Simmons ... Faarooq

John Layfield ... Bradshaw

Mark Calaway ... The Undertaker

Ric Flair ... Ric Flair

Dallas Page ... Diamond Dallas Page

Jason Reso ... Christian

Carlene Moore ... Jazz

Trish Stratus ... Trish Stratus

Amy Dumas ... Lita

Maven Huffman ... Maven

Dustin Runnels ... Goldust

Matt Hyson ... Spike Dudley

Shane Helms ... The Hurricane

Nora Greenwald ... Mighty Molly

Al Snow ... Al Snow

Michael Lockwood ... Crash Holly

Charles Wright ... The Godfather

Kurt Angle ... Kurt Angle

Glenn Jacobs ... Kane

Steve Austin ... 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin

Scott Hall ... Scott Hall

Booker Huffman ... Booker T

Adam Copeland ... Edge

Kevin Nash ... Kevin Nash

Stacy Keibler ... Stacy Keibler

Stephanie McMahon ... Stephanie McMahon
Arn Anderson ... Arn Anderson

Jim Ross ... Jim Ross

Jerry Lawler ... Jerry 'The King' Lawler

Michael Coulthard ... Michael Cole

Jonathan Coachman ... Jonathan Coachman
Earl Hebner ... Earl Hebner - Referee
Mike Chioda ... Mike Chioda - Referee
Charles Robinson ... Charles Robinson - Referee
Nick Patrick ... Nick Patrick - Referee

Teddy Long ... Teddy Long - Referee
Tim White ... Tim White - Referee
Jack Doan ... Jack Doan - Referee
Brian Hebner ... Brian Hebner - Referee
Jimmy Korderas ... Jimmy Korderas - Referee
Dave Williams ... Himself

Josey Scott ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Matt Bloom ... Albert
Chris D'Abaldo ... Himself
Drowning Pool ... Themselves

Solofa Fatu Jr. ... Rikishi

Howard Finkel ... Himself - Ring Announcer

Philippe Hartmann ... Co-Host / Announcer (French) (voice)
Jim Hellwig ... Himself (archive footage) (as Ultimate Warrior)
Curt Hennig ... Mr. Perfect

Paul London ... Fan that Ric Flair Attacked

Andrew Martin ... Test
Saliva ... Themselves

Lance Storm ... Lance Storm

Scott Taylor ... Scotty Too Hotty
Mark Yeaton ... Himself - Timekeeper
Scott Summerton ... Himself (Attendance Member) (uncredited)

Directed by
Kevin Dunn 
Produced by
Vince McMahon .... producer
Art Department
Peter Castellano .... motion graphics artist
Camera and Electrical Department
Geoffrey Stines .... second assistant camera
Editorial Department
Simon L. Edwards .... additional editor
Music Department
Dave Williams .... composer: song "Tear Away"


Additional Details

Also Known As:
"WWF WrestleMania X8" - USA (alternative title)
"WrestleMania X-VIII" - USA (informal alternative title)
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Canada:180 min | Canada:240 min
UK:15 (DVD rating) | USA:TV-14

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Only two WrestleManias (VI and X8) have occurred outside of the United States. Both were held at the SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario.See more »
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References Rocky III (1982)See more »
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Hardly the best yet!, 25 March 2002
Author: OzzyCash from Nashville, TN

I enjoyed this Wrestlemania but to call it the best Wrestlemania ever is a joke. It started off with Saliva performing Superstar which was one of two Wrestlemania themes, I like Saliva but they didn't sound too good live. Our first match of the night was William Regal defending his IC title against RVD. This match was only 6 minutes and should have went on a little longer for an event this big, however it was a pretty good match however I'd rather seen RVD taking on Edge or Booker T. Next match was DDP defending his Euro title against Christian, a pretty good match also 6 minutes. Then we had a 4 minute interview with the Rock, had we not had this interview the first two matches could have went longer, hmm. Then we had Goldust vs Maven which was added to the card for absolutely no reason, the match only lasted 3 minutes and the person who wins is a joke and would carry out hardcore title switches throughout the night. Then Drowning Pool performed, they sounded better then Saliva but still not all that great. Match 4 was Kurt Angle vs Kane which may have been the best match of the night, Kurt threw Kane around like it was nothing he was very impressive. Next it was Undertaker vs Ric Flair and to my suprise it was a pretty good match, I expected an awful match but luckily it was pretty good. Flair really worked his butt off for a man his age. Next it was Edge vs Booker T and it wasn't a bad match. Next it was one of the biggest hyped matches of the night as Stone Cold took on Scott Hall, this match really sucked and it only went a little over 7 minutes. The 4-team elimination tag match for the titles was up next. I think they should have went with another TLC people love those but no we get the APA, Dudleys, Hardys & Billy & Chuck. Not the best tag match ever but I guess it was ok. Next match was the most hyped of the night and will be talked about for a long time as the Rock took on the immortal Hulk Hogan. A lot of people are calling this a great match and to be honest it wasn't really that great, it was decent I guess good for Hogan's standards. But what made this match great was the fans they made the match so fun I've never seen fans behind a wrestler as they were behind Hogan ever! It was amazing. 10th match of the night was a 3-way for the women's title. I use to hate the women's division but now they screw up so match it becomes kind of wacky and violent hehe. Jazz defeated both Trish and Lita as she should. And our main event was one of the worst main events in Wrestlemania history as Chris Jericho defended his world title against Triple H, this match just sucked and the crowd wasn't into it at all. Decent Wrestlemania but to call it the best ever is a joke.

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