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The True Story of WrestleMania (2011)

It is the most anticipated yearly event in Sports Entertainment, an annual pop culture touch point. For more than 25 years, WrestleMania has hosted the biggest matches, the biggest stars, ... See full summary »

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Captain Lou Albano (archive footage)
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Mr. Kennedy (archive footage)
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Andre the Giant (archive footage)
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Kurt Angle (archive footage)
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MVP (archive footage) (as Antonio Banks)
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'Stone Cold' Steve Austin (archive footage)
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'Classy' Freddie Blassie (archive footage)
Richard Blood ...
Ricky Steamboat (archive footage)
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King Kong Bundy (archive footage)
Elijah Burke ...
Elijah Burke (archive footage)
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The Undertaker (archive footage)
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Himself
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Tatanka (archive footage)
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Carlito (archive footage)
Cliff Compton ...
Domino (archive footage)
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It is the most anticipated yearly event in Sports Entertainment, an annual pop culture touch point. For more than 25 years, WrestleMania has hosted the biggest matches, the biggest stars, and the biggest celebrities. Now for the first time ever, the story of WrestleMania is told from its early beginnings through the week-long spectacular it has become, routinely drawing fans from all 50 states and around the world. This documentary feature includes new and insightful interviews from the superstars and creative forces behind the event. Written by Anonymous

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25 November 2011 (Japan)  »

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WWE: The True Story of WrestleMania  »

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Trivia

The documentary claims that Wrestle Mania VII was moved to the L. A. Sports Arena because of security concerns, but this isn't true. With only a few months until the event, it had only sold around 13,000 tickets. It was moved to avoid the embarrassment of holding the event in a nearly empty Los Angeles Coliseum. See more »

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Referenced in Good Bad Flicks: Super Mario Bros (2011) See more »

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A Great History Of Pro Wrestling's Biggest Event
8 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ever since 1985, when Vince McMahon made the leap from regional operating to national enterprise, Wrestlemania has been THE fixture on the pro wrestling calendar. This documentary gives a great history of the event.

The history given in this show is very comprehensive; I never felt as if one time period was given short shrift over another. A few areas like the early few events, the Hulkamania phenomena, the "Attitude Era" (Mike Tyson, Shawn Michaels, DX), and Steve Austin's reign of dominance are touched on more than others, but I never felt as if I were missing anything really important.

On a brief note, a bit of gravitas is given to the show due to the narration from David McCullough of Ken Burns documentary fame. There is not better voice for that kind of job.

Overall, this is a great piece of history for WWE fans both past and present. I've watched a good deal of these types of shows over the years and can say with confidence that this one is the best so far.


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