Wednesday, April 4, 2012

My Thoughts on WrestleMania 28

WrestleMania 28 was full of excitement and exceptions. The WWE had special guest performances by Machine Gun Kelly and Flo Rida. There were famous athletes in attendance, like New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez accompanied by former WWE Diva Torrie Wilson. The matches were good and at times I felt we needed more in ring action instead of dancing with the Funkasaurus’s Momma. In my opinion the match that I believed was going to bomb
, was the match that stole the show, yes sir I am talking about the Hell in the Cell match. Undertaker & Triple H pulled out all the stops I applaud you both for a great performance. The CM Punk vs. Chris Jericho match started slow but it eventually reached its full potential. They had the second best match of the night. The outcome was predictable, but they gave us a hell of a match, thank you both. The worst match of the night was The World title match, again the WWE shits on the greatest title in wrestling history. Sheamus became champion in 18 seconds, by beating the greatest wrestler in the WWE Daniel Bryan. The Divas tag team match was longer than the World title match, WTF. The Main event of the evening was Cena vs. The Rock, and the outcome was a shocker for me, because I really believed that Cena was going to be victories in the end. In the begging of the match The Rock came out and looked like he was in the best shape of his life, but towards the end he looked winded. They botched a few of their moves and we even saw Cena having a full blown out conversation with The Rock during the match. But they both did what they are paid for, put asses in chairs, last night attendances was close to 78,000, which is a record for that arena. John Cena did the job for The Rock, and hopefully this will lead to future matches that will create the greatest feud in wrestling history. The Rock won the battle at WrestleMania 28, but the war was won by the WWE. WrestleMania was trending worldwide and even The Elvis Duran Morning Show was talking about Mania. This was exactly what the WWE wanted publicity and they will continue doing the same every year, drawing money. 

Harrington Bayas


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