Sunday, April 22, 2018

WrestleMania 34:Day 4-Sunday, April 8th

 
After grabbing lunch at Walk-On's with the crew, it was time to head on over to the Superdome to "Celebrate" the most wonderful day of the year, WrestleMania!!!
 
 
 
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The setup is always an amazing sight to behold.  As far as all of the action from "The Grandest Stage of Them All" I personally liked ten out of the fourteen matches.  


 
Charlotte vs Asuka was incredible and could have easily closed the show.












 
"Rowdy" Ronda Rousey impressed everyone with her performance at "The Show of Shows"
 

 
Very entertaining match







 
The Undertaker made his much anticipated return at WrestleMania, making short work of John Cena.


 





I thought they should have opened Mania with Daniel Bryan's magical return and had Shane be the one injured outside the ring while Daniel fought off both Owens and Zayn.  I understand why they went the route they did, but I just felt like that would have been more believable than Shane holding his own against those two.  






 
Styles vs Nakamura just didn't flow as well as everyone had expected.  However Shinsuke saved it in the end with the heel turn.


 
"The Monster Among Men" Braun Strowman capturing the RAW Tag-Team Championships with Nicholas was a definite highlight.  Just wish they would have done more with it than having them relinquish the championships the following night on RAW.  What kid wouldn't want to be Strowman's partner?  Clever idea.



Speaking of Nicholas, it's crazy that he actually received more chants than both Roman Reigns or Brock Lesnar during the main event.  The crowd was not interested in either one and were more focused on playing with beach balls instead.  This should have sent a direct message to the powers that be, but apparently not since they are once again battling next week in Saudi Arabia.  






 
I wish they would have chosen either the Ronda Rousey, Undertaker or Charlotte/Asuka match to close your biggest show of the year on a positive note.  Instead we got another Brock Lesnar victory in New Orleans on Rusev Day....Yippee!




No matter how the night ended, it was so much fun being among the 78,133 inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for "The Greatest Spectacle in Sports Entertainment"





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