Expectations were very high from the 30th Anniversary of WrestleMania. We cannot say that the event could not fulfill those expectations, but there were moments which ruined a lot of good things about the event. This event had the potentials of being the best WrestleMania ever, but unfortunately, it would be remembered forever because of its cons. We checked the reactions of the fans on the social media where most of the fans expressed their disappointments on this event. We do not know how much justified it was to do all those things that nobody wanted to see.

We start with the kick off match which was the tag team championship. Well, it was a great match and we believe there was no need to keep it as a pre show. The Usos definitely deserved to retain the titles and they did.

Triple H vs. Daniel Bryan was arguably the best match of the night. Both competitors were fantastic, and their work deserves to be appreciated. The match went on for almost half an hour and every moment of this match was breath taking. Daniel Bryan’s victory night be predictable but it definitely was a great match.

The Shield vs. Kane and The New Age Outlaws was the worst match of the night. It did not even run for three minutes. If this was the planning, then what was the need of adding this match into the fixture? Come on man, it was the Grandest of them all, the showcase of the immortals, people do not come here to see such a match. The Shield won it and it was predictable. But was it the way to perform a six man tag team match? Kane, this man has been performing in WrestleMania since 1998, and except WrestleMania XIX, he performed in every single WrestleMania, and is that what he deserved? It is not justified at all.

Antonio Cesaro got the push he deserved by winning the Andre the Giant memorial battle royal. I would not say it was an amazing battle royal. It was just like the every other ordinary battle royals we occasionally see, so all the hypes that were created on it went into trash. Christian could not appear in this event as he could not recover from the recent concussion problem he suffered. No one returned in it neither anything special about it, Cesaro won the match that is the only talking point of this match.

Another match that would be remembered for a while is John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt. Expectations were high from this match. And indeed it was a good match. But Cena winning the match was really something most of the fans did not like. Cena haters now got a new topic to hate Cena. But I must remind everyone Cena have not won a pay per view match since Tables, Ladders and Chairs. I would not say Wyatt deserve to lose, because the identity that was given to Bray Wyatt was not to be beaten like this. He should not have been beaten by Cena at the event. Let me let you why Cena won at WrestleMania; WWE tried to make things a bit unpredictable. But I believe Cena would turn heel very soon as they got someone to be the major rival as a face for him.

Now, it is time talk about the biggest disappointment in the history of WrestleMania. The end of the streak. Not only it was shocking, I doubt anyone in the world expected what happened out there last night. How could they break the streak? How, I mean….. how? The streak of the Undertaker was a history of twenty four years, the streak of the Undertaker was a legend in professional wrestling, the streak of the Undertaker was a myth. And it all had to end like this? Was it the way to end Undertaker’s streak? And how Brock Lesnar was elected to be the man to beat it? He is a part timer, how can he beat it? How in the hell the creative team elected Brock Lesnar as the man to break the legend of the streak? I think no one in this world deserved to break the streak, no one. One thing we are pretty much sure about, WWE tries to prove the fact that nothing lasts forever. Yes, they proved it right; nothing lasts forever.

The Divas championship match was more of a joke. Have you ever heard of a match where fourteen superstars or Divas fighting in a one fall match? Even a Battle Royal would have been more appreciated. An elimination match would have been the best. But they never take the divas division seriously, so we should not have that much expectation from them. And yes, they are right here with the bottom line here. AJ Lee deserved to retain the title.

Last but not the least; let us come to the main event of the show. All performed well, especially Randy Orton. Daniel Bryan was superb as well. Batista was also good but not as good as the other two. The match rightfully deserved to be main event of WrestleMania. And all the things that occurred in the match were superb. The best thing about the match was the Batista Bomb and the RKO and that were performed together on Daniel Bryan on the announce table. Randy Orton was exceptionally well to perform to capitalize the maneuver. I do not know how far Daniel Bryan deserved this victory, all I know is it was damn predictable. We would see how much Daniel Bryan this push in the upcoming days. We wish him all the best.