Ah, WrestleMania. The biggest show of the year by the largest wrestling promotion on the planet. Traditionally, it’s a place for the best and brightest to shine by putting on spectacular matches. But unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Some of the worst matches in history have actually taken place at WrestleMania, and sadly, some of them have even been the main event of the show, the match that is expected to be the centerpiece of the entire experience. We’ve exhaustively studied every single main event (in this case, “main event” means “the final match of the evening”, because we’re traditionalists) from the history of WrestleMania, and come to a decision on the ten absolute worst main event matches to take place at WWE’s climactic show.
10. Triple H vs The Rock vs Mick Foley vs The Big Show – WrestleMania 2000
You wouldn’t think that a WrestleMania that aired in the midst of a time where WWE was the most popular it had ever been could be on this list, but here we are. Technically, this wasn’t a horrible match, but it is one that was sunk by being horribly over-booked. The original plan, and match everyone had been salivating for, was Triple H vs The Rock, with WWE’s biggest star attempting to take down the McMahon-Helmsley Era once and for all. But then things kind of spiralled out of control. First, Big Show was added into the mix as part of a story line where he disputed Rock’s Royal Rumble win with video footage showing that Rock’s feet had touched the ground before his. And then Mick Foley was added just before WrestleMania, despite having retired at No Way Out, so that he could realize his dream of being in the main event of WrestleMania. The match itself was a mess, as Big Show was a terrible wrestler at that point and Mick Foley had been enjoying retirement and all the lack of exercise that went with it. In the end, it did come down to Triple H and The Rock, but WWE just couldn’t help themselves and booked a swerve ending, as Vince McMahon turned on The Rock and gave the victory to Triple H, the first time ever that a heel had won the main event of WrestleMania. They would ultimately have Rock face Triple H one-on-one at Backlash a month later, and that match, as expected, was very good, and showed that they probably should have just done it at WrestleMania, as originally planned.http://www.cagesideseats.com/2014/3/21/5447674/ranking-wrestlemania-main-events-worst-to-best-16-mick-foley-vs-big-show-vs-the-rock-vs-triple-h Source: cagesideseats.com