WWE names the 15 greatest pay-per-view events of all time

Well, this should be a relatively easy list to figure out before ever looking at ... right?

We here at CagesideSeats.com absolutely adore WWE.com for its rich content, from kayfabe interviews like the one featured on the front page today with Triple H to the various countdown style lists we just can't seem to get enough of.

Today's hard work? The 15 greatest pay-per-view (PPV) events of all time. This should be fun.

Let's get it (the main event of each show is in parentheses):

15. Survivor Series 1995 (Bret Hart vs. Diesel)
14. Heat Wave 1998 (Tommy Dreamer, Sandman & Spike Dudley vs. Dudley Boyz)
13. Backlash 2009 (Edge vs. John Cena)
12. Bash at the Beach 1996 (WCW vs. nWo)
11. Extreme Rules 2012 (Brock Lesnar vs. John Cena)
10. In Your House: Canadian Stampede (Hart Foundation vs. Austin, Goldust, Shamrock, LOD)
9. No Way Out 2001 (The Rock vs. Kurt Angle)
8. One Night Stand 2005 (Dudley Boyz vs. Tommy Dreamer & Sandman)
7. SummerSlam 2013 (John Cena vs. Daniel Bryan)
6. Great American Bash 1989 (Ric Flair vs. Terry Funk)
5. WrestleMania 3 (Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant)
4. Spring Stampede 1994 (Ric Flair vs. Ricky Steamboat)
3. Royal Rumble 2000 (Triple H vs. Cactus Jack)
2. Money in the Bank 2011 (John Cena vs. CM Punk)
1. WrestleMania 17 (Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock)

Any glaring omissions, Cagesiders?

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