Yes sir we promised you a good main event. Sadly, it hasn’t
always been a promise WWE has kept.
Regardless of what happens throughout a show, it’s often the
final match, the final angle, the very last visual that determines how it is
remembered. In most cases, the main event either makes or breaks the show. And
both scenarios have been seen countless times throughout WWE’s history. The
2010s were certainly no exception.
But while we have undoubtedly seen some absolute classics to
end various shows this decade, the opposite has also been true on a painfully
large number of questions. The past ten years have seen some truly horrendous
endings to some of the biggest events of the year. Sometimes, it was botches marring
the action, other times saw matches running out of steam because of the poor
stories surrounding them.
As another ten year ride nears the finish line, it's a good time to look back at the WWE pay-per-views which ended not with a bang, but a whimper.
After battling Galactus and pinning Hulk Hogan in the main event of Wrestlemania, I've taken a break from living in fantasy worlds, to focus on writing about them. I'm a comic book geek, a wrestling mark, a break dancer, and a scientist. One of those things may not be true.