Top Ten Worst Wrestlemania Main Eventers

RalphBob

The Top Ten

1 Lawrence Taylor Lawrence Taylor

Celebrity's have no business main evening at WrestleMania, and worst of all they have Bam Bam Bigelow lose to Taylor making the wrestlers look real bad. - egnomac

For somebody who wasn’t even a wrestler, he wasn’t half bad, but he shouldn’t of main evented Wrestlemania 11. Michaels vs Diesel should’ve main evented with Taylor vs Bigelow occuring earlier in the night. - RalphBob

2 Sycho Sid Sycho Sid

Sid was a bad promo and a sloppy worker, so it is odd how he got to not only main event Wrestlemania 8, but 13 as well. - RalphBob

3 The Miz The Miz Michael Gregory "Mike" Mizanin is an American professional wrestler, reality television star, and actor. He is signed to WWE, where he performs on the SmackDown Live brand under the ring name The Miz.

The Miz isn’t a bad wrestler, but he shouldn’t have main evented Wrestlemania 27, because he was just being used as a third wheel for the Cena vs Rock feud. If they wanted to have Cena vs Rock, they should’ve just had it. - RalphBob

4 Big Show Big Show Paul Randall Wight, Jr. is an American professional wrestler and actor, better known by his ring name Big Show.

He barely lasted 5 minutes in the fatal 4 way match as he was the first to be eliminated, which begs the question why bother having him in the match if you were just going to have he lose in the first 5 minutes of the match. - egnomac

Not only was Big Show not ready to main event Wrestlemania when he main evented Wrestlemania 16, but he also was just used to put over Triple H and The Rock. - RalphBob

5 Sgt. Slaughter Sgt. Slaughter Robert Remus, better known by his ring name of Sgt. Slaughter, is an American semi-retired professional wrestler currently signed with the WWE in the ambassador program.

Like Mick Foley, Big Show, and The Miz, Slaughter was screwed over by the storyline he was involved in. The Triangle of Terror storyline Slaughter was involved in was one of the most hated and controversial storylines of all time, causing little genuine hype for the match, and it was more than obvious that he would lose the Wrestlemania 7 match to Hogan. - RalphBob

6 Roman Reigns Roman Reigns Leati Joseph "Joe" Anoa'i (Roman Reigns) was born on May 25, 1985. He is an American professional wrestler and former professional Canadian football player. ...read more.
7 King Kong Bundy King Kong Bundy Christopher Alan "Chris" Pallies is an American professional wrestler, stand-up comedian and actor, better known by his ring name, King Kong Bundy.

King Kong Bundy wasn’t a bad wrestler, but he didn’t feel worthy of the Wrestlemania 2 main event, and he was basically just used to put over Hogan. - RalphBob

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9 Brock Lesnar Brock Lesnar Brock Edward Lesnar is an American professional wrestler and former amateur wrestler, professional American football player, and mixed martial artist who is currently signed to WWE.

Though Lesnar was a good main eventer for Wrestlemania 19, he did an awful job main eventing Wrestlemania 34. He did very few moves, and just had a very boring match overall. - RalphBob

10 Mick Foley Mick Foley Michael Francis "Mick" Foley Sr. is an American retired professional wrestler, writer, color commentator, actor and voice actor.

Mick Foley is my favorite wrestler of all time, but, unfortunately, he was put in a similar situation to Big Show, where he was just used to put over Triple H and The Rock. - RalphBob

The Contenders

11 Yokozuna Yokozuna Rodney Agatupu Anoaʻi was an American professional wrestler who is best known for his time with the World Wrestling Federation where he wrestled under the ring name Yokozuna, whose term yokozuna refers to the highest rank in professional sumo wrestling in Japan.
12 The Undertaker The Undertaker Mark William Calaway (born March 24, 1965), better known by his ring name The Undertaker, is an American semi-retired professional wrestler currently signed to WWE, where he has worked since 1990, making him the company's longest tenured in-ring performer . Calaway began his wrestling career with World ...read more.

I know that The Undertaker seems like an odd person to have on this list, and though he was a good main eventer for Wrestlemanias 13, 24, and 26, he was clearly worn out when he main evented Wrestlemania 33. If the retirement angle sticked, main eventing Wrestlemania would’ve made sense, but it didn’t, so him main eventing Wrestlemania 33 seemed like a huge waste of everyone’s time. - RalphBob

13 Chris Jericho Chris Jericho Christopher Keith Irvine, better known by the ring name Chris Jericho, is a Canadian-American professional wrestler, musician, media personality, actor, author, and businessman, currently signed to WWE and NJPW.

The match between him and Triple H wasn't really that bad but the crowd was pretty much dead as they exhausted themselves from The Rock and Hogan match so Y2J and H had no chance. - egnomac

14 Paul Orndorff Paul Orndorff Paul Parlette Orndorff, Jr. is an American former professional wrestler, best known for his appearances with the World Wrestling Federation and World Championship Wrestling.
15 Batista Batista David Michael "Dave" Bautista Jr. is an American actor and former professional mixed martial artist and professional wrestler.
16 Bam Bam Bigelow Bam Bam Bigelow Scott Charles Bigelow was an American professional wrestler, best known by the ring name Bam Bam Bigelow.
17 Hulk Hogan Hulk Hogan Terry Gene Bollea, better known by his ring name Hulk Hogan, is an American professional wrestler, actor, television personality, entrepreneur and rock bassist.

Hogan also seems like an odd addition to this list, but I am referring to when he main evented Wrestlemania 9. Having him come out to steal the spotlight from Bret Hart and Yokozuna in a twenty two second squash match was completely unnecessary. The main event should’ve just been Hart vs Yokozuna. - RalphBob

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