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WrestleMania 21 (2005)

TV-14 | | Sport | TV Special 3 April 2005
Rey Mysterio vs Eddie Guerrero, Money in the Bank Ladder Match - Edge vs Kane vs Christian vs Chris Benoit vs Shelton Benjamin vs Chris Jericho, Kurt Angle vs Shawn Michaels, Randy Orton vs... See full summary »

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Rey Mysterio vs Eddie Guerrero, Money in the Bank Ladder Match - Edge vs Kane vs Christian vs Chris Benoit vs Shelton Benjamin vs Chris Jericho, Kurt Angle vs Shawn Michaels, Randy Orton vs The Undertaker, John Cena vs JBL, Big Show vs Akebono in a sumo match, Batista vs Triple H. Written by Thunder Bolt

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The television advertisements for WrestleMania 21 were parodies of famous scenes from famous films because this WrestleMania took place in Los Angeles. The scenes were performed by the WWE Superstars. The films were: -A Few Good Men (1992) (played by John Cena, John "Bradshaw" Layfield (John Layfield) and Jonathan Coachman).

-Taxi Driver (1976) (played by Jon Heidenreich, Batista (Dave Bautista), Shawn Michaels, Rey Mysterio (Rey Mysterio), Shelton Benjamin, The Basham Brothers (Dan Hollie and Doug Basham), Big Show (Paul Wight), Candice (Candice Michelle), Carlito (Carlos Colón Jr.), Tajiri (Yoshihiro Tajiri), Orlando Jordan, Victoria (Lisa Marie Varon), Snitsky (Gene Snisky), Paul London, Tazz (Peter Senerchia), Hardcore Holly (Bob Howard), Molly Holly (Nora Greenwald) and Michael Coulthard).

-Basic Instinct (1992) (played by Stacy Keibler, Chris Benoit, Christian (Jay Reso), Chris Jericho, The Fabulous Moolah (Lillian Ellison) and Mae Young).

-Forrest Gump (1994) (played by Eugene (Nick Dinsmore) and William Regal (Darren Matthews)).

-Dirty Harry (1971) (played by Undertaker (Mark Calaway)).

-When Harry Met Sally... (1989) (played by Christy Hemme, Kurt Angle and Linda McMahon).

-Pulp Fiction (1994) (played by Eddie Guerrero and Booker T (Booker Huffman)).

-Braveheart (1995) (played by Triple H (Paul Levesque) and Ric Flair).

-Gladiator (2000) (performed by "Stone Cold" Steve Austin). See more »

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Solid Wrestlemania
16 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This Wrestlemania was definitely a good one. Plenty of solid matches. There were also a few bad ones, but in comes with the package. One thing that could have definitely been improved was the number of matches. Rey Mysterio vs. Eddie Guerrerro A nice lead off match, with both guys having a heated rivalry over the past couple of weeks. They were a great tag team and they knew each other so well and kept each other going. Their high flying antics kept the crowd going. 8/10 Akebono vs. the Big Show in a Sumo Match This was a goofy and pointless match and ended incredibly quickly. Thank God it did. 2/10 Randy Orton vs. The Undertaker One of the better matches of the night. Randy Orton kept up to pace with the Undertaker and did a good job at being the heel and the Undertaker proved he was still one of the best, despite all of his nagging injuries he has had over the years. , though Randy's father "Cowboy" Bob Orton kept interfering and that was just annoying instead of adding excitement. Still a good match. 8/10 Women's Champion Trish Stratus vs. Christy Hemme Christy Hemme in not a wrestler. Most divas in the WWE are basically glorified models. This was one of Trish's easier matches and Christy was not a wrestler. Trish attempted to make it look like a good match, but in vain. Christy is hot and sells tickets, but a better match would have been Victoria vs. Trish 2/10 Money in the Bank Ladder match: Edge vs. Kane. Chris Benoit vs. Christian vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Chris Jericho Definitely one of the more exciting matches. It was very interesting to see how Kane would fair in a quicker, high paced match-up, but he held is own, despite looking a bit winded at times.. Some of the times when the guys were at the top of the ladder, they hesitated, clearly waiting for someone to knock them down, but still a solid match, though the ending was bit of a disappointment. 8/10 Kurt Angle vs. "HBK" Shawn Michaels Definitely the best match of the night. Both guys aren't really in their prime, but are two of the best showmen of all time. HBK had fought through his back injuries and Kurt Angle through his broken neck and both guys wrestled their hearts out. Kurt Angle proved, once again, he is one of the best, but HBK put up a solid effort. Excellent match. 10/10 Sometime during the show, Eugene decides to come out and talk, effectively putting the crowd to sleep. Muhammad Hassan and Daivari then proceed to come down and beat the crap of him. However, just as things were looking bad for Eugene, BAM! The "Real American" music hits and Hulk Hogan comes down and destroys both Hassan and Daivari. You could tell that both Hassan and Daivari were playing along, but the crowd loved it and I thought it was great to see Hulk Hogan again. 10/10 Piper's Pit with Stone Cold A bit of an out of place sideshow, but still interesting. Watching Carlito get his butt kicked but "Stone Cold" and Piper was pretty cool though. 8/10 WWE Champion John Bradshaw Layfield vs. John Cena Neither of these guys is a good wrestler, so this was really just a glorified fist fight. JBL carried John Cena a bit, but Cena still proved that he could make a solid main event. Not the best match, but still solid one. 7/10 World Heavyweight Champion Triple H vs. Batista Definitely an over-hyped match. Triple H was sort of carrying Batista, but Batista held his own despite being a weak wrestler. Triple H also looked like he was going a bit slow, but is always a solid performer. Still got the crowd going, but the JBL/Cena was better. Definitely a good Wrestlemania, but could have used more matches. The best match of the night was HBK vs. Kurt Angle, while the championship matches were okay.


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