Before I get started, I would like to apologize for the delay. I have been very busy since I posted part 1 of this review. With that said, let's continue onward.
The second portion of WrestleMania 2 took place at the Rosemont Horizon (now called the Allstate Arena). Unlike the first part, there were some really decent matches that took place.
The first match that I thought was really good was the tag team title match between The British Bulldogs and The Dream Team (Brutus Beefcake and Greg Valentine). Both teams did very well, and showcased their talents and abilities to the fullest, but the real surprise was that there were two referees (it does sound odd, but this was to ensure that there were no shenanigans between the two teams. Another interesting aspect was that Ozzy Osbourne accompanied the Bulldogs to the match (it sure feels weird to see Ozzy that young). Overall, this match was worth watching, but wasn't the highlight.
The highlight of the second part of WrestleMania was the 20 man battle royal between 14 of the top WWE (formerly WWF) superstars and six of the greatest football players (before I continue on, let me clarify one thing: I'm aware that pro wrestling is scripted, and I'm also aware that NFL players take as much punishment as wrestlers do). Anyways, all 20 men really gave it their all and there were some intense rivalries going on between some of the wrestlers and NFL players (boy, if they actually did start a feud, it would make for some entertaining wrestling).
Overall, this portion of WrestleMania 2 was really well put together, and the matches were fun to watch. On a scale of 1 to 5, this would get a 4.
Check back in a few days for the finale of WrestleMania 2: The Unbiased review.
Ken Kriho is an upcoming videographer. He will write anything (except for non-fiction and children's literature). Ken is also a graduate with a degree in Art from UWEC.