Wrestlemania 32 was spectacular in terms of the old school fans and it was paid off in that way. The attitude era stars showed off in a bigger way as the headline it was and WWE gathered them to take out the best out of them for which they are famous for.
Be it, the first segment with Stone Cold, Shawn Michaels and the Mick Foley segment where they beat the hell out of League of Nations and raising some hell in Stone Cold’s own style at the end in his home state of Dallas, Texas or The Rock making history by winning a match against Eric Rowan in just 6 seconds and then taking out the Wyatt family with the help of John Cena, the legends made the show worthy one.

The Controversy still remains with which one was the bigger disappointment. Was it the main event between Triple H vs. Roman Reigns or the street fight between Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose which was the biggest anticipated match of the night but came out as a dud?
The apparent reasons for the most anticipated match being a failure was Dean Ambrose was barred from creating more violence at Wrestlemania by either WWE Creative for some reasons, according to cagesideseats.com. The sources are not concrete about the real reason behind this but apparently that’s why the beast was not fully unleashed at Wrestlemania.

Rumors also add the fact that Charlotte was not initially booked to win the Divas championship match and that was decided on the day itself. Even the unveiling of the new women’s championship belt was supposed to take place on the next RAW after Wrestlemania but Lita unveiled it at Dallas. Even Kevin Owens’ dropping the Intercontinental title was decided just before the main show kicking off.

Get all the news and other interesting details about the upcoming T20 tri-series (Nidahas Trophy) featuring India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. Follow an download IPL 2018 schedule. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to stay connected with all the news related to the league. Also, check live score and you can subsequently download the Sportzwiki cricket app for Android to stay updated.

    A WWE writer passionate about the sports.

    Read More