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I couldn't imagine anyone having their top 2 not be the 2 in question, so I'll rank them first, then explain..........
2. WrestleMania 17 (2001)
1. WrestleMania 3 (1987)
Surprise. Surprise. These are clearly the two best WM's representing the two "boom" eras of the company. I assume that most will have my ordered reversed, but "most" would be wrong. Here's why...
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9. WrestleMania 23 (2007): Twenty years later, they return to the Detroit area to celebrate the anniversary of WM 3. This show did monster business (record 1.2 million buys) in large part to the Donald Trump vs. Vince McMahon hair vs. hair stip involved in the Bobby Lashley vs. Umaga match. McMahon deserves credit for following through, but what's more important I think is that this match was supposed to turn Bobby Lashley into a star for years to come and that just didn't materialize as he wasn't with the company even a year later. Both of the two World Title Matches - Cena/HBK and Batista/Taker - are given time here and as a result it's the only WM in the "brand split" era where one of the World Title matches isn't really treated as inferior.
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