Wrestlemania XXXVII

by Alan Rapp on May 25, 2021

in Home Video

  • Title: Wrestlemania XXXVII
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Wrestlemania XXXVII DVD reviewWrestlemania XXXVII comes to DVD and Blu-ray featuring all 14 matches over the two night event. The first WWE Pay-Per-View with fan attendance in over a year didn’t offer much in the way of surprises but it did deliver the first main event to feature two African American women headlining the event as Bianca Belair defeated Sasha Banks.

Notable matches included Bobby Lashley successfully defending his WWE Championship against Drew McIntyre, Cesaro winning his first Wrestlemania singles match, Rhea Ripley successfully defending the Raw Women’s Championship against Asuka, and Roman Reigns successfully defending WWE Universal Championship against Edge and Daniel Bryan.

Slowed down by rain the first night and with less attendance than usual, Wrestlemania XXXVII offered a successful return to WWE in front of a live audience, even if it lacked some of the majesty or signature matches of past years. As you can watch the PPV for $5 on the Peacock Network, I’m not sure any part of the card merits owning it on DVD or Blu-ray

[DVD $24.99 / Blu-ray $29.99]

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