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WrestleMania 28 (DVD)

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ONCE IN A LIFETIME: The two biggest WWE Superstars of their generation, The Rock and John Cena, collide in the most anticipated match in WWE history, an epic confrontation that will forever define the legacies of these two icons. Plus, in the match that will end an era, Undertaker puts his legendary WrestleMania streak on the line against Triple H in the nightmarish prison they immortalized, Hell In A Cell, with Shawn Michaels as special guest referee. Also, WWE Champion CM Punk faces off against Chris Jericho in the explosive clash of revolutionaries to determine which man truly is ‘The Best In The World.’ And Daniel Bryan defends his title against the 2012 Royal Rumble winner, the ruthless Sheamus, who’ll fight to try and claim his first World Heavyweight Championship. Witness the extraordinary as WWE takes over Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Florida for WrestleMania XXVIII.

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Weight147 g
Number Of Discs

3

Run Time

9 Hours 39 Mins

Barcode

5030697022424

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DVD

BBFC

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2 reviews for WrestleMania 28 (DVD)

  1. Rúben de Oliveira Caria Verified Purchase Review

    The twenty-eighth edition of WrestleMania was, indeed, a “Once in a Lifetime” event! 78,363 fans at Sun Life Stadium, in Miami Gardens, Florida, have witnessed history: CM Punk and Chris Jericho fought for the WWE Championship in a classic match, two icons battled in the “Most Anticipated WrestleMania Match of All Time”, and an Era was ended when The Undertaker and Triple H went to war inside the “Devil’s Playground”.

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  2. Kevin Thompsett Verified Purchase Review

    This wasn’t the worst WrestleMania I’ve ever seen on PPV but it definitely did not have the same spark from the likes of Mania 24, 25 or even 23. To have the World Title on first was one thing, but to have Sheamus win in 18 seconds was an insult to the belt and the fans. The Divas match was what it was, nothing special. Rock Vs Cena was good, but not as good as I thought it would be. Undertaker Vs HHH III was decent, but not as good as the first 2 encounters.

    The match that stole the show and the one in my honest opinion was not talked about enough was CM Punk Vs Chris Jericho for the WWE Championship. This had a similar quality to Shawn Michaels Vs Chris Jericho from WrestleMania 19 in 2003.

    All in all, WrestleMania 28 was an ok PPV. Its still worth picking up but if you want my honest opinion on which 2012 PPV yoy should pick up first will either be No Way Out or The Royal Rumble.

    Thanks for your time.

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