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The biggest event of the year comes to the Atlanta when WrestleMania XXVII hits the Georgia Dome! Every member of the WWE Universe has eagerly anticipated WrestleMania and the biggest Superstars of WWE up their game when they perform on sports entertainment's grandest stage. It's been a pop culture phenomenon for more than a quarter century it is WrestleMania.


Special Features

Features footage of the WrestleMania Hall of Fame Event

Additional 2 hours of bonus content


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  • Actors: John Cena, Randy Orton, The Miz, Edge
  • Directors: -
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Collector's Edition, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: WWE
  • DVD Release Date: May 10, 2011
  • Run Time: 540 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004NJC0DE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,406 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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36 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Leftcoastpunk on May 12, 2011
This had to be one of the worst Wrestlemanias I've seen in years. The only matches worth seeing are Randy Orton vs. CM Punk, Undertaker vs. HHH and maybe Edge vs. Del Rio.

Snookie gets screen time and Daniel Brian doesn't? Really? Drew Carey is inducted into the Hall of Fame? Really? They might as well induct David Arquette while they're it.

I'm a huge Rock fan but I don't think he really brought anything stellar into this PPV.

Many of the segments such as the one with Snoop Dogg were just plain cheesy and atrocious. I can't believe I spent over 60 dollars on this travesty.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By ANAN KHALIQUE on July 31, 2011
I was glad to see Rock back. But did he need to talk for so long? That's what I didn't like him about him. His long promos, aside from the long promo he had on his return.

Edge vs Alberto Del Rio for the WHC - I was shocked when they had a Title match as the opener. And ADR was in it. Whatever happened to the RR winner going for his chosen Title in the last match. I could understand why it wouldn't if there was a anticipated match with lots of hype & buildup (UT/HBK II) but beyond that, it'd be nice for WWE to go back to tradition.
Anyway, I was surprised, but happy when Edge won. I was even happier than he won when I found out he had retired. It wouldn't have been great as an Edge fan to see him lose his last WM match. Del Rio's time will come. But I'm glad it didn't come at Edge's expense. I still miss Adam Copeland in the ring. It was a very diffult choice, I'm sure. But I'm glad he chose to retire (something Flair should really think about if he still had the brain required to effectively think) as it came to a battle between his love (WWE) and his life (health).

Rey Mysterio vs Cody Rhodes - Just like Rey's match at WM26, good but not enough time.

Kane, Big Show, Kingston, Santino vs The Corre (Barrett, Jackson, Gabriel, Slater) taking on Kane, Big Show, Santino Morella and Kofi Kingston - I'm not gonna even dignify this with a rating.

CM Punk vs. Randy Orton: 1 of the 2 matches that saved this event. Just a GREAT match here. Wish it was given more time. Worth the watch.

Then, the HOF Class Of 2011 came out. It was truly something to see as it is every year.
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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Long Dong Silver on June 19, 2011
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This Wrestlemania is filled with failed potential and missed marks. The Rock promised that this Wrestlemania will be the most memorable one ever. He was right, because it is by far the worst Wrestlemania ever. The talent is there, but it is not being properly utilized and this train wreck proves it.
Let me count the ways....

1. Instead of The Rock's pointless 15 minute rant at the beginning, they should have featured the Sheamus vs Daniel Bryan match for the United States Championship. Both superstars deserve the spotlight and are future headliners.

2. The first match is for the World Heavyweight Championship??? Alberto Del Rio winning the Royal Rumble was bad enough, that honor should be reserved for a headlining superstar. However, WWE was pushing the new talent and thought ADR would be the man for the job. WRONG. He's a nobody. Maybe in a few years he could be on a higher level, but not now. Having this match first confirmed that the World Title means nothing and ADR is a jobber.

3. Snoop Dogg's skit lasted longer than the 8-man tag team match. Both were terrible. Wade Barrett (a future main-event headliner) was barely given any show time or significance. This was just a waste of time and potential.

4. The Michael Cole vs Jerry Lawler storyline is completely awful. Michael Cole is a decent announcer, but a bad trash-talker and a bad two-face. At times, he forgets he's supposed to be feuding with Lawler. The match was terrible as expected, Stone Cold's name alone saved this one, but......................

5. The anonymous Raw General Manager email storyline is possibly the stupidest thing WWE has ever done.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Logan Meredith on March 17, 2013
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I'm fully satisified with Wrestlemania 27. Couldn't find that dvd anywhere in my city so therefore, I'm grateful that I have it and I can sit back to enjoy all those Wrestlemania matches at home even though there are some matches that are pretty bad... As of now, I'm watching from Wrestlemania all the way to Wrestlemania 28 and leading up to the day I will watch Wrestlemania 29 on PPV so I really appreicate it from Amazon. Now I know where to shop the next time I can't find anything I wanted in the stores. God bless this dvd and god bless Amazon.com! Thanks!!!
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By Gary on November 8, 2011
I'm not going to go through a play by play review of every consecutive match, but I am going to discuss the show itself. There were some good solid matches on the DVD. A couple of them suffered because of how much screen time the Rock was getting, but otherwise, they weren't all effected. A little shocking to see The World Title match at the start of the show, but Edge's final match was a good one. I've seen some wrestlers get a sub-par sendoff in their final match, but luckily Edge wasn't one of those wrestlers. The worst part of the show, and I think many people will agree, is the fact that Snooki appeared in a match teamed along side Trish Stratus and John Morrison. Seeing that no talent hack bumble around the ring was pathetic, and a slap in the face to the Diva's and any fans the Diva's may have. Luckily this match was one of the ones cut short due to the Rock's over-exposure at Wrestlemania. Seriously, the guy came out and talked about nothing important for the first 15 minutes of the show, and then had four more promos after that.

John Cena and The Miz could have performed a lot better than they did, because frankly, I've seen much better from both of them. The match ending was terrible, one of the worst of the last five Wrestlemanias.

Another match that suffered from the Rock's overexposure was the big 8-man Tag match between The Corre vs Big Show, Kane, Santino, and Kofi Kingston. It was a quick little match that could have been better. The same match was redone the following Friday on Smackdown, and that match is what the Wrestlemania match could have been.

If you're a WWE fan, you'll enjoy this, especially with the Undertaker facing Triple H in a no-hold's barred match that, while too long, was worth every minute you sat through it. But personally, I enjoyed the 3 previous Wrestlemania's a lot more than I did this one.
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