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WrestleMania XX (2004)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Chris Benoit ... Chris Benoit
Paul Levesque ... Triple H
Shawn Michaels ... Shawn Michaels
Eddie Guerrero ... Eddie Guerrero
Kurt Angle ... Kurt Angle
Brock Lesnar ... Brock Lesnar
Bill Goldberg ... Goldberg
Steve Austin ... 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin
Paul Wight ... The Big Show
John Cena ... John Cena
Booker Huffman ... Booker T
Rob Van Dam ... Rob Van Dam
Rob Conway ... Himself - La Resistance
Rene Dupree ... Rene Dupree
Mark LoMonaco ... Bubba Ray Dudley


  • United States Champion, Big Show vs John Cena - Raw Tag Team Champions, Rob Van Dam and Booker T vs The Dudley Boyz, Mark Jindrak and Garrison Cade and La Resistance. - Chris Jericho vs Christian. - Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar. - Cruiserweight Battle Royal - Chavo Guerrero (Cruiserweight Champion) vs Rey Mysterio vs Tajiri vs Akio vs Nunzio vs Shannon Moore vs Jamie Noble vs Funaki vs Kidman vs Ultimo Dragon. - Loser gets her head shaved - Victoria (Women's Champion) vs Molly Holly - WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions - Rikishi and Scotty 2 Hotty vs The Basham Brothers vs The APA vs Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas. - The Rock and Mick Foley vs Randy Orton vs Batista vs Ric Flair. - WWE Champion, Eddie Guerrero vs Kurt Angle. - The Undertaker vs Kane. - World Heavyweight Champion - Triple H vs Shawn Michaels vs Chris Benoit.
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Where it all begins... again.




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14 March 2004 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


Shane McMahon is rumored to be the one that started the chants against both Lesnar and Goldberg. See more »


Ultimo Dragon slips on the entrance ramp and slips again while climbing the turnbuckle. See more »


Kane: [when the Undertaker 1st gets in the ring] You're not real!
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Alternate Versions

When Ultimo Dragon entered the arena prior to the cruiserweight open, he visibly slipped and fell on the entrance ramp. He slipped again while climbing on one corner of the ring. When the event was released on home video, both slips were replaced with different camera angles. See more »


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1 December 2004 | by MKFederationSee all my reviews

Ah, Wrestlemania XX. It certainly got it's share of hype, but I really don't think it lived up to it. It just didn't have that feeling of true blue greatness. But hey, it was still a great show and I really enjoyed it. Get the special DVD if you can, the extras definitely make it worth the money.

Opening Matches: Big Show vs. John Cena for the WWE US championship

An OK ''powerful heel vs underdog face'' match. Nothing special, really. But enjoyable.


World Tag Team championship- RVD & Booker T vs. Dudleyz vs. Cade & Jindrak vs. Renee Dupree & Rob Conway, La Resistance

Again, nothing special. It didn't have any type of drama or atmosphere to it since it was just a thrown up match. Booker cleans house after the match goes berserk and RVD gets the win on whoever, with a five star frog splash. I'm glad Dupree went to Smackdown! along with Jindrak.


Jericho vs. Christian

Pretty fun to watch match. Christian gets an upset pinfall after a Trish heel turn. It's an overall fun, good match to see. Fine performance by both men, and it's a great moment when Jericho has the Lion Tamer locked in on Christian, who drags himself out of the canvas and to the outside of the ring, however, Jericho doesn't let go of the hold. Pretty cool.


Mid Card:

Rock n Sock vs. Evolution's Ric Flair, Batista, and IC champion Randy Orton

This was an awesome match! Fun as hell. It's great to see the people's champion of today, Rock, imitating the people's champion of the past, Slick Ric Flair with the strut, and then the Nature Boy payed him back with his own version of the people's elbow, even though it doesn't connect. The ending was a huge upset, IMO. I mean, The Rock and Mick Foley come back once a year, and they lose?


Cruiserweight open- Tajiri vs. Akio vs. Shannon Moore vs. Ultimo Dragon vs. Bill Kidman vs. Jamie Noble vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Nunzio vs. Funaki vs. Chavo Guerrero for the Cruiserweight championship

Pretty fun match. It should've been HUGE, but it ended up just being a fun little match to watch. Jamie Noble really should've won this, he was in the ring the longest, did a move that was risky as hell (senton to the outside of the ring), received a move that was risky as hell (Kidman SSP to the outside of the ring), and he was the only superstar to eliminate three other cruiserweights (Ultimo Dragon tapped to Pay Dirt, Nunzio got counted out and Funaki was rolled up into pinfall). In the end, Chavo retained thanks to the son of Gory Guerrero.


Lesnar vs. Goldberg with Austin as guest zebra

It was a fine match, IMO. The crowd gave Lesnar and Goldberg one hell of a spanking, especially to Lesnar. It was a pretty slow match, but it had it's moments, like Goldberg's kickout of the F-5, Goldberg's military press into a modified spear (absolutely awesome move, IMO), and the final jackhammer into pinfall by Bill (I'm a Goldberg fan).


WWE Tag Championship- Too Cool vs. APA vs. Basham Brothers vs. Haas & Benjamin

It was better than the World Tag Contest, since it was just overall a lot more fun. Haas and Benjamin do a lot of cool double team moves, I think Scotty was made to look way too strong for his own good, and Bradshaw does a pretty nice clothesline from hell. The finish was too simple though, Rikishi dropped his ass on whoever and got the pin after cleaning house.


Guerrero vs. Angle WWE Championship

Great match. Best match of the evening right up there with the RAW Triple Threat. Great technical wrestling, great power move spots, great tricky move spots... really awesome. And when Angle went for the German to the outside of the ring... that scared the s**t out of me! Eddie retains after a bit of lying, cheating and stealing.


Kane vs. Undertaker

A waste of time, IMO. It should've been pure, raw carnage. A true blue battle to the finish. The Undertaker gets buried alive, and this is his great revenge? Pinfall after a tombstone piledriver? Wasn't Kane the one that kicked out of 3 tombstones a few years ago?


World's Heavyweight Title Triple Threat

Awesome match. So much drama, so much technical wrestling, so much power, so much awe... really, really great. And Benoit finally gets the gold, at Mania, and I would have it no other way. You have to see it to believe it.


Overall show rating... 7.9/10. It really should've been wrestling greatness... but it wasn't. Nonetheless, a great show.

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