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Top 14 Wrestlemania Moments Ranked, Own a Piece of Wrestlemania 33 Ring Canvas

Limited Edition Wrestlemania Commemorative Plaques

WWE Shop is now offering commemorative plaques for this year’s Wrestlemania moments like The Undertaker’s final match, John Cena proposing to Nikki Bella and all of the hard fought victories. These are limited edition to 250 pieces because the plaque displays a piece of the canvas from Wrestlemania 33. You can own a piece of history for only $64.95. Some of these are expected to sell out quickly..

These are framed 15X17 plaques to commemorate moments of history and will become collector’s items. There are 14 different plaques available and each is limited to 250 pieces. There is also a smaller version made for $29.99 but these are not limited edition and do not come with a piece of mat.

Wrestlemania 33 Moments Ranked

WWE Shop offers the option to list it’s products by how well they are selling so we’ve compiled a list of bestsellers for the plaques. This is the most accurate method of determining the most memorable Wrestlemania moments. Undertaker Retiring tops the list and surprisingly Cena proposing to Nikki Bella is ranked number 10.

1 – Undertaker Takes His Last Ride

2 – Bayley Retains the Raw Women’s Championship

3 – Mojo Rawley Wins the 4th Annual Andre the Giant Battle Royal

4 – The Hardy Boyz Return to Win the Raw Tag Team Championships

5 – Roman Reigns defeats Undertaker in a No Holds Barred Match

6 – AJ Styles defeats Shane McMahon

7 – Dean Ambrose Retains the Intercontinental Championship

8 – Naomi Becomes 2-Time Smackdown Women’s Champion

9 – Kevin Owens Becomes the United States Champion

10 – John Cena Proposes to Nikki Bella After Defeating The Miz and Maryse

11 – Brock Lesnar Defeats Goldberg For The Universal Championships

12 – Randy Orton Beats Bray Wyatt to Become WWE Champion

13 – Seth Rollins Defeats Triple H

14 – Neville Retains the Cruiserweight Championship

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The Road to Wrestlemania: A Trip of a Lifetime.

I apologize for the lateness of this article… I moved since getting back from Orlando, and have had some technical difficulties that kept me from uploading the media I wanted to use for this article!

 

As some of you know who read my articles, I have been a life long wrestling fan. I have been watching as long as I can remember and it has always been a part of my life, one way or another. When WrestleMania was announced, and I found out my grandparents friends were getting it on closed circuit tv, I begged to be allowed to watch, as they said it was an “adult party” that I wouldn’t be interested, in wrestling anyway, as it was “for boys”. Begging, pleading, and naming all my favorite wrestlers worked, and I got to watch it with the guys my grandfathers friend had invited over. This was just the beginning. When pay per view became a thing, we would order the special box for the wrestling shows, my grandfather would invite his friends, my moms sister, and her family would join us in watching it at our house, or invite us to theirs to get the PPV. Wrestling was the one sport that brought my family together in any way.

This was my first opportunity to go to WrestleMania, despite many offers and failed attempts in the past. Like when my friend spent $4k on fake tickets, he insisted were real, despite not being from Ticketmaster. He was arrested for trying to sell the fake ticket I refused to attempt to use to an undercover, and spent 2 nights in jail.  (Don’t buy tickets through scalpers who put ads on craigslist, or in the paper, only buy them through Ticketmaster, or verifiable reseller sites.) Even last year I was asked to go to WrestleMania, but the person wasn’t ever intending on taking me, or so it seems…

When the possibility of going this year came up, I didn’t put too much into it, as I rather not get excited about things that may not happen. But when my plane tickets were purchased, and we began forming an agenda, I knew it was real. Holy shit…. I was actually going! We procured tickets to WrestleMania, The WWE Hall of Fame, RAW, and Axxess for Thursday. We also booked for PromoterCon at WrestleCon, and planned on hitting up some of the independent events. When we began looking for a hotel, all that was available was lower end motels, so I began looking at other options. Usually I wouldn’t do this, but since we were heading to Orlando, Florida, I didn’t feel bad about booking an airbnb, as its a city full of vacation rentals. We found a lakeside rental, only 10 minutes from the airport, that could sleep up to 8 people, and it cost less than a small cheap motel for the week!

We flew out last Wednesday, and luckily had no big issues. We got our rental car, picked up our WrestleMania Flyers and went to the spot we rented. It was quaint, but clean and spacious and perfect for working when we had downtime as well as entertaining guests. We called it an early night so we could be ready for the weeks events, and the fact is I am on Los Angeles time, so the three hour time difference made it harder for me to be a morning person. I managed to get up and get dressed up, and we hit the road just about on time. On our way we stopped at WaWa, which is a treat for me as I live in Los Angeles, and we don’t have them there. And anyone who has been involved in east coast independent wrestling knows just how important WaWa can be, and I procured my favorite beverage, WaWa Green Tea!

At #PromoterCon #RoadToWrestlemania #Wrestling #BetWrestling #Orlando #Wrestlecon

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Our first stop was PromoterCon, which was a panel on promoting wrestling shows featuring: WWE Hall Of Famer JJ Dillon, Owner/Founder of WrestleCade Entertainment & AML Wrestling Tracy Myers, Owner/Founder of Gimmick Tree Entertainment & Modern Vintage Wrestling Charlie Armstrong and Owner of Combat Zone Wrestling and WSU, DJ Hyde. The event’s tagline was “Putting Butts in Seats” but honestly they could have done a better job getting folks to this. With my background in promoting shows, and working in production, I was quite interested in this event, but honestly I didn’t learn anything new. It was more geared towards beginners and folks who had limited knowledge of how to run live events. It probably was helpful for a few in the room. And it was nice to see Bill Apter there, who gave a short speech on wrestling media. Bill Apter is the longest running wresting journalist I know of, and he is full of all kinds of useful info, and I wish I would have had more time to chat with him of all people, but we had more to do!

Our next stop was WWE Axxess, which I already wrote a little bit about. The first person I saw that I know was “The Hobo” former CWF Hollywood Champion. The line was huge to get in, it took half an hour but moved pretty quickly. When we got inside it was a little overwhelming, as there was a lot to see and do. Some of the highlights were the Foam Pit Ring, the Superstar entrance way, the promo cutting booth, as well as many other interactive displays.

There was a ring set up for a few 205Live/NXT matches, presentations, interviews, and more. Fans also go opportunity to get autographs and photos with their favorite WWE superstars, and there was a massive WWE Pop Up Shop there as well. Overall it was a fun experience. Here is a clip of WWE Hall of Famer Alundra Blaze on women’s wrestling.

#alundrablayze at #axxess on #womenswrestling #wrestlemania #RoadToWrestlemania #Wrestling

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The next day we attended the WWE Hall of Fame Ceremony and watched the class of 2017 be inducted, which included: Beth Phoenix, the Rock and Roll Express, Ravishing Rick Rude, Teddy Long, Kurt Angle, and others. There were heartfelt speeches from Nattie Niedhart, Ricky Steamboat, Jim Cornette, and JBL and Ron Simmons as they inducted this years class.

Day 3 we headed to the WWN shows, which due to miscommunication we did not actually have tickets, for, but due to our connections we did end up attending the afternoon Chikara Pro show. If you are not familiar with Chikara, they are my favorite independent wrestling promotion. They are one part lucha, one part Japanese, one part catch, with some american independent wrestling blended in. You never know what to expect. They kicked it off with a trio’s match, which is a tag team match with teams of 3 instead of 2. Chikara actually has  whole tournament built around these teams called “King of Trio’s” which if you can get tickets, is not to be missed! We also got the rare opportunity to see their trainer and mentor, Mike Quackenbush in some action with Zack Saabre Jr. This match was yet another technical masterpiece. I really enjoyed it. In fact I enjoyed the matches so much, I didn’t bother with a review. Its really hard for me to write up reviews when I am really into watching something. The lighting also made it impossible to take photos if you were not sitting at ringside, so all my pictures came out blurry.

After checking out what was going on in the independent scene we headed out to meet up with my friend Melissa Coates, who is currently working with Sabu, as his wrestling genie sidekick.We met up with Melissa, Sabu, Jaime Dauncey, Crystal Carmichael and others, and headed out to Kevin Nash’s Shenanigans VIP Party. Though I did not see everyone who was listed in attendance, I am sure way more folks were there. We got there later in the evening, and the place was packed. It seemed the venue was far from prepared for the madness that ensued. You literally could not walk. Plus as we were in attendance with Sabu, fans were so excited to see him, at times it seemed they were more excited to see Sabu than Kevin Nash! I finally got opportunity to meet Al Snow, and I couldn’t help but mark out a little, as he really has done a tremendous amount for the wrestling industry and those in it. Other notable folks in attendance were: Shane Helms and his lovely wife, RVD, OBD, So Cal Val, Abyss, Amber O’Neill, Billy Gunn, and so many others we either did not spot or can’t remember to name at the time of this article. Shout out to  The Pro Wrestling Report for putting together such a fantastic event! Here is a clip of the the crowd preparing to do a shot with Kevin, as you can see it was packed, and pretty wild.

Kevin Nash’s party #RoadToWrestlemania #wrestlemania #Orlando

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We got back to our rental extremely late/early depending on how you look at it. Everyone else went directly to sleep, but I was so stoked… WrestleMania was only a few hours away! After a couple hours of browsing through twitter, I finally fell asleep. When I woke up it was time to prepare for the biggest day of the year! We got ready to go, waited for the rest of our party to return from their early morning expedition and headed to the Camping World Stadium, aka The Citrus Bowl. One thing that blew my mind was that parking was $150 per car. No I didn’t add a zero or extra digit… you read that right… one hundred and fifty dollars to park a car!!! Seriously that has to be the most ridiculous parking charge I have ever heard of in my life. If I were to pay that, the motherfucking valet better clean and polish my car, and drive me home. My plane ticket home to Los Angeles cost less than parking at the stadium!!! So we did what any smart folks would do, we found a business owner a few blocks away who was renting his trucking company lot for $30 per car. Whoot! If I wasn’t in heels, I would have been down to park even further away. Note to anyone ever going to Orlando for major events, parking is expensive and can be a bitch, as there is not much street parking to be found.

We got inside, and much to my horror, we were sitting up in the top of the stadium. I have issues with vertigo, and an ridiculous fear of falling, (probably because I am a total klutz.) so it took me about 15 minutes to adjust to our seats. I wrote the match results as we sat there, but they were brief as there is no pause button on a live event. I was so happy that we got there in time to see Neville vs Austin Aries. I don’t care what anyone says, I love watching these guys wrestle. I been a long time fan of Aries, and Neville just keeps getting better and better. This was one of my favorite matches of the night and it wasn’t even on the main card! Ambrose vs Corbin was way to short for my liking. Shane and AJ were just as wild as I expected. The Owens/Jericho match was meh. I think I had enough of it the month before. The RAW Womens Championship match was also disappointing as I would have liked to see Nia Jax go further in the match. The 4 way Tag Team Championship Ladder match was OFF THE CHAIN!

Holy shit its the Hardy’s!!!! #WrestleMania #WWE #ThisIsAweome

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We saw the return of the Hardy’s, which though speculated for 2 weeks prior, got one of the biggest pops of the night. The Hardy’s walked away as the new RAW Tag Champions. Next was Miz and Maryse vs Cena and Nikki Bella. Cena Proposed to Nikki after the match. She should have said no. Rollins vs HHH was kinda a snoozer. As much as I love Rollins, I am incredibly bored by HHH. Stephanie saved the match by falling through a table though, and effectively putting her out of commission for a while. Orton vs Wyatt was interesting. Watching them project worms on the ring was a nice touch, though it would have been nice to see Orton sell it as if the ring was moving and writhing under him. Hopefully that storyline gets buried with the worms…   Lesner vs Goldberg… I can’t even remember watching it, I am so bored by those two. SmackDown’s Womens Championship match was WAAAAAY too short. So happy for Naomi, she has come a long way and deserves that belt! And finally the main event… The Undertaker vs Roman Reigns. It was really hard to see The Undertaker moving so slowly, and really having difficulties with things he once made us go crazy for. That man has put his body through an incredible amount of hell for our entertainment. I think it was a huge honor for Reigns to be the one working him in his last match, and to be handed the torch so to say. Overall the match wasn’t of the highest wrestling quality, but for nostagia, and pulling at the heart strings, it was a 10. Wrestlemania ended with The Undertaker leaving his hat, gloves, and jacket in the ring, signalling his retirement.
My first in person WrestleMania was a great one, and probably the most memorable one in the 33 year history of WrestleManias.

Outside #AmwayCenter for #RAW @wwerollins this cracked us up.

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The next night we were back at it, and headed out to Monday Night Raw at the Amway Center. When you watch RAW on TV, some folks don’t realize in order to get the crowd riled up there are often matches for Main Event, or other WWE pre taped shows, so the fans have something to cheer for After the match taped for Main Event, the entire arena chanted “Undertaker” over and over. Those who watched RAW live that night, said the TV show opened with us chanting, and it gave them chills. The first segment was Roman Reigns coming out the the ring for a promo. The fans in attendance boo’d for what felt like an eternity. Roman said one simple statement “This is my yard now” and walked off. Other highlights of RAW were Kurt Angle being named the new GM, Cesaro and Sheamus becoming the #1 contenders for the tag titles, and the return of Finn Balor! The crowd was on FIRE when his music hit. I know I say it a lot, but it is awesome to see those I knew from my independent wrestling days make it to TV.

After RAW was over Goldberg came out and said his goodbyes for now. It was kinda sweet as he brought his kid to the ring and acknowledged his wife, and his life as a dad. Here is our after-RAW report from the rental.

The next day we went to breakfast with Osiris and his entourage, we caught up on some north east indy wrestling. After parting ways we then considered going to Smackdown, but instead decided to hit Disney World, specifically the Magic Kingdom. Can I say Space Mountain might be my favorite ride ever? Also got to spin around wicked fast on the tea cups, and look at the bizarre ideas Walt Disney held of the world.

Last day in #florida at the beach. Its a beautiful day!!! #CocoaBeach #wrestlemania #BetWrestling #Downtime

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Our last day in Florida we decided to hit the beach. Cocoa beach is beautiful! The water was so nice, considering I have been on the west coast so long, I forgot how nice the ocean could feel when its not freezing and full of oil…

Overall the trip was great. It was nice to catch up with long lost friends, and make some new ones! We are already planning on next year, so watch out New Orleans, here we come!!!

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Official Thank You Taker Shirt Now Available

In a hard fought match main eventing Wrestlemania 33, The Undertaker passed the torch to young Roman Reigns and called it a career. The symbolic gesture of leaving his trademark trench coat and hat in the ring means that we have seen the last in ring performance of The Deadman.

We can only begin to appreciate Taker’s contributions to pro wrestling over the years with a body of work as prolific as it is diverse. Captivating WWE audiences since 1991, Taker’s accomplishments are numerous. He is a future first ballot Hall of Famer and is already rumored to go into the HOF as early as next year in New Orleans. He will arguable go down as the greatest of all time.

Now Available at WWE Shop is this shirt to commemorate the legendary career of the Undertaker.

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Off the Top Rope of Billy Reil’s Mind – Musings on Wrestlemania Week 2017

Some of us get lost in the moment and forget just how influential this website has become. With that being said, I, Billy Reil, have been dealing with some health issues; I may have more powers than initially thought. Besides being “BulletPoof” it appears that I have successfully defeated the Cellulitus and for now the complications of diabetesroste with the help of my team of doctors. From this day to beyond, I will be contributing to my brainchild, Betwrestling.com as we zoom past Wrestlemania season and head towards ‘Payback’. ‘Payback’ is looking to be a great show as Raw and Smackdown bolstered their rosters recently with the return of Kurt Angle, The Brothers Hardy, The Revival and main event superstar Finn Balor.

As covered by Betwrestling throughout Wrestlemania weekend, There was a slew of Pro-Wrestling Cards throughout the Orlando/Kissimmee area as fans were treated to see the best performers in the entire world giving their all in hopes to have the right pair of eyes looking at them in the squared circle. We would love to read about your experiences, what matches were your favorite, and what you think about not only about the WWE , but Bet Wrestling as well. Do you like our format ? What would you like more of ? These are questions that we hope will enhance not only our page but your experience.

Raw started out with one of the most impressive promos of all time and I mean that wholeheartedly. The style of this promo by Roman Reigns reaked of Paul Heyman; which is not a bad thing. Mr Heyman has always had his pulse on the trigger of what fans want and I was really impressed that WWE creative had the foresight to guess that the fans would be this rabid in regards to how they treated Roman Reigns. While Chris Jericho did something similar a few years back, this was done better. Roman’s facials told the story, so the 5 words that were said certainly did the job intended. In this day and age Heel turns are done so often that most of them lose their luster. Roman did not turn heel, in fact he’s been heel, but its been done in such a smart way that the fans have no clue and can’t comprehend or wrap their heads around it.

Jim Ross’s new contract has him scheduled to work 30-40 shows this year, it is the first time in the history of the wrestling business that someone has worked for 2 major companies at the same time. The chess match between WWE and New Japan Pro Wrestling is heating up folks, and we could see some major moves in the coming months. To me this is 1984 all over again, as WWE is trying to eliminate all competition. The ITV deal in Europe will be a major factor in how WWE conducts their overseas business. ITV reaches many more homes than the WWE Network, so the prospect of international growth for the WWE is at a fever pitch.

Wrestlemania Live Reportback

We were running late, searching for food and the escalator to our section was broken. 

We arrived in time for one of the matches I was most excited about at least. 

Neville (c)  vs Ares was amazing, and it was awesome to see them put on suck a show for us. These two can wrestle and IMO deserved to be in the main show. 

The Andre The Giant Memorial battlw royal begin… 

A bunch of people who dont matter get tossed out immediately. There is no way to review this madness in real time.  Rob Gronkowski of the NE Patriots climbed over the barricaide after Jinder Mahal dumped water on him at ringside. Mojo Rawley eliminated Jinder Mahal for the win.

Next is Baron Corbin vs Dean Ambrose (c) for the Intercontinental Championship, Dean Ambrose retained his title. 

AJ Styles vs Shane MacMahon, this match was awesome. Shane still has “it” and AJ was awesome as always. AJ by pinfall. 

Kevin Owens vs Chris Jericho (c) for the US Title. Winner and new US Champ Kevin Owens. 

Bayley (c) vs Nia Jaxx vs Charlotte Flair vs Sasha Banks for the RAW Womens Title Nia was eliminated first followed by Sasha. Bayley retains her title with the pin on Charlotte. 

Enzo Amore and Big Cass vs Cesaro and Sheamus  vs Gallows and Anderson (c) for the Raw Tag Team Titles. The New Day comes out to make an announcement that this is now a fatal 4 way…. And the Hardys have RETURNED to WWE!!! Your new Raw Tag Champs are The Hardy’s! 

The Miz and Maryse vs John Cena and Nikki Bella… Cena and Bella win… lots of boo’s. John Cena then asks Nikki to marry him… more boo’s… she didn’t say anything audible whatsoever. Way to have a “moment”. 

Seth Rollins vs HHH in a non sanctioned match. Stephanie took a hard bump thrpugh the table, and Rollins picks up the win after a Pedigree on HHH. 

Randy Orton vs Bray Wyatt  (c) for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Winner and new champion Randy Orton. 

Next Brock Lesner vs Goldberg… please make this end fast. It did. Goldberg won. 

Next is all the Smackdown Live women vs Alexa Bliss (c) for the Smackdown Womens Championship. The challengers are: Becky Lynch, Micky James, Nattie Neidhart, Carmela, and Naomi. Naomi  wins by submission on Alexa Bliss and is your new Champion! 

The New Day comes out… to announce the attendance record. Record breaking crowd 75,245 people at the Citrus Bowl aka Camping World Stadium. 

Main event time! Roman Reigns vs The Undertaker!!!! ROMAN REIGNS WON!!! After the match the undertaker left his gear in the ring, ignalling his retirement. 

Thank you Taker. 

Overall this was in my top 10 Manias. 

RAW

Monday Night RAW 3/27/17

Its the last RAW before WRESTLEMANIA! So stoked… I catch my flight on Wednesday and am really looking forward to the trip.

The show kicks off with a promo by Bayley, which is interrupted by Charlotte, who is interrupted by Sasha Banks, then Nia Jaxx comes out to add her two sense. Have I told you all how much I love Nia, cause I do. She needs to take this belt on Sunday!!!
The promo turns into an impromptu fight, which is fine as they are scheduled for a tag match next on RAW.  We come back, Bayley and Sasha are teamed against Charlotte and Nia Jaxx. All I can think while watching this, is if they don’t put the belt on Nia, they are tripping. Bayley takes the pin with her Belly to Bayley on Charlotte. Nia Jaxx beats up Sasha and Bayley after the match, then attacks Charlotte for good measure. Overall this match was meh… I hope they really bring it at Mania.

We come back, and its Austin Aries vs Noam Dar with Alicia Foxx and Neville is on commentary. Gonna watch rather than write… Aries by submission. I love watching him wrestle, hence why I don’t write much when he does. Watch 205Live….

Seth Rollins hobbles out on his crutch, and limps his way to the ring. Yo bro.. you don’t lead with your injured leg up the steps… just saying. Time to sign his liability waiver/hold harmless agreement, which makes me ask, as independent contractors, don’t they always sign these?  HHH comes out and tells him to sit down in the chair, and he cannot attack him, or no Wrestlemania match, and after he signs it, nothing until then. He then goes on and on about whats in the contract… HHH says a one legged man has never won the ass kicking contest ever, which is dead wrong, as he clearly doesn’t remember employing Zack Gowan.  Seth finally gets the mic and keeps it really real. This is a decent promo, considering I hate long promos. Of course HHH attacks Rollins right after the agreement is signed… They fight back and forth, Rollins tosses HHH to the floor, when HHH tries to re-enter the ring, Rollins hit him with the crutch.

The Big Show vs Jinder Mahal in an over the top rope challenge, Mahal is tossed out immediately. Bo Dallas comes out next, and is tossed out, then out comes The Shining Stars, 2 on 1, they are both tossed out by TBS net is Golddust, Curtis Axl ad R Truth, and everyone else jumps back in to try to throw TBS out. TBS comes back and lays out everyone. Then Braun Strowman’s music hits. He says if he wanted to he would go down and Kick TBS’s ass right now, he does what he wants so we have to wait till Wrestlemania.

Neville vs Jack Gallagher another match I rather watch then write about…. I enjoy watching these guys a lot, and Gallagher has just the right amount of comedy shtick for me. That umbrella spot. Neville wins by submission. Really looking forward to the CW championship match at mania. It may be MOTN.

Roman Reigns comes out, gets boo’s hard. (its Philly, and he’s come to talk about beating the Undertaker) He talks for a bit… then there is this voice over on the titantron with a graveyard, but it doesn’t sound like the Undertaker, it sounds like Kermit the Frog. Why does the Undertaker sound like Kermit the frog? And of course the arena goes dark and Taker is suddenly in the ring, and now sounds like Rolph the dog. Is he secretly moonlighting as a muppet? Whats wrong with his voice? Please retire Taker. Please. I don’t want to remember you a sad crippled old man like Rick Flair.

Enzo and Big Cass vs Gallows and Anderson but Cesaro and Sheamus come out and beat Gallows and Anderson with a ladder before they can get to the ring, as payback for a backstage attack earlier. All the men are now in the ring, with the ladder… its a clusterfuck. Gallows and Anderson get control of the ladder and lay everyone out.

Kevin Owens vs Sami Zayn in a no DQ match, if Zayn loses to Owens he is out of Wrestlemania and a job from what it sounds like. Zayn holds up well to the abuse Owens puts him through. Both men are down and Samoa Joe comes, out, followed by Chris Jericho. who cracks Joe with a chair. Zayn rolls up Owens while he is distracted by Jericho at ringside, then Owens begins to pound on Zayn again, and Jericho comes in and beats Owens with a chair, then cuts a promo on him.

Paul Heyman comes out with Brock Lesner to hype up the Main Event at Wrestlemania vs Goldberg… Honestly this match is the one I could care the least about. But I do like listening to Heyman talk. After a good 5 minute promo, Goldberg makes his way to the ring, and Lesner goes for him, but Goldberg spears him, and takes him out.

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