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WrestleMania 32 was thirty-second annual WrestleMania professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by WWE. It took place on April 3, 2016, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. This was the third WrestleMania to be held in the state of Texas after 2001 and 2009, and the first to take place in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area.

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WWE WrestleMania 32 movie full length review - A great night with lots of action.

First Match: Kevin Owens vs Dolph Ziggler vs Sami Zayn vs Stardust vs Sin Cara vs The Miz vs Zack Ryder, Ladder match for the Intercontinental Championship.

For a match that I thought was shoehorned into the show at the last minute, there was a lot of chaos and excitement. If you show me a bad ladder match at Wrestlemania, I'll eat me shoe. The spots were great, the fans are hot, and the winner's a surprise. Rating: 4/5

Second Match: Chris Jericho vs AJ Styles. While I will say until the end of time that this should have been their tie-breaker match, it was good. Beings these two have had three matches already by this point though, there isn't a lot new here. The ending was a surprise but the match itself wasn't anything special to me. Jericho and Styles did show on the Big Stage however that they can still have an entertaining match. Rating: 3.5/5

Third Match: The League of Nations vs The New Day. Why is this not for the Tag Team Titles? It seems so obvious that it would be, but it isn't. As a result, there really isn't a lot of suspense to the match because there's nothing substantial at stake. Good match, but I wouldn't call it "Wrestlemania worthy". After the match though, is fantastic. Rating: 3/5

Fourth Match: Dean Ambrose vs Brock Lesnar, No Holds Barred Street Fight. Ambrose puts up as much of a fight as he can, but he can't mount an offense. Even crazy weapons like the chainsaw and barbed-wire bat can't be put to use against the monster known as Brock Lesnar. A chaotic match that could have gone longer, but they did a lot with the time they had. Rating: 4/5

Fifth Match: Charlotte vs Becky Lynch vs Sasha Banks, Triple Threat match for the Women's Championship. I love that the Diva's title is getting retired, and the action is great. The biggest fault of the match is Ric Flair interfering at the end. I know Charlotte's supposed to be a heel,but I don't think she needs her dad anymore for that. Not the best women's match of all time, but a good triple threat match. Rating: 4/5

Sixth Match: Shane McMahon vs The Undertaker, Hell in a Cell match. This was the most brutal Hell in a Cell match, with no blood being spilled. Now that's impressive. Shane throws everything and the kitchen sink at Taker, but he just can't put him away. The sheer amount of things Shane does is unbelievable. Taker's still got it, and this match proves it. Best match of the night. Rating: 4.5/5

Seventh Match: Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal. A good cool down match and there are some pretty hilarious moments as well. The right man won in my opinion. Rating: 3.5/5

Eighth Match?: The Rock vs Erick Rowan. I don't care what anyone says, the build up to this is brilliant and the match is absolutely hilarious. I don't care if it only lasted 6 seconds, it was a good laugh. Rating: 4/5

Ninth Match: HHH vs Roman Reigns, WWE World Heavyweight Championship. The crowd wants Roman's head on a stick, it reminds me a lot of John Cena at One Night Stand 2006. The problem with this match, (like most Roman Reigns matches) is that his opponent has to adjust to Roman's limited move set. I'm not saying I can do better than him, but his move set is still limited. He's essentially Goldberg 2.0, only while the limited move set worked with Goldberg who just destroyed everything, Roman is being billed as the next John Cena. Fans don't want another John Cena. And I feel bad for Reigns because his boss clearly sees a lot of potential in him, but he gets booed out of buildings by people who are supposed to cheer him. Anyway, the match is slow, predictable, but not bad. I can probably count on one hand the amount of bad matches I've seen HHH in. One of which was at a Wrestlemania, which I will most likely cover later. So Roman wins...again, but because the match is so slow and predictable, it doesn't have a huge impact. If you want a good title defense from HHH, watch his match with Ambrose at Roadblock, which I'd say is a Match of the Year contender. Rating: 3.5/5

Final Rating; A great show, but not the best Wrestlemania of all time. There wasn't a bad match on the card though, I'd say that's a win.