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Big D and Draven are back as WrestleMania 30 for 30 goes Hollywood.
WrestleMania 21 is often remembered for the rise of John Cena and Batista. I personally remember being at the Royal Rumble in Fresno preceding Mania (and yes, watched Vince fall on his ass as Cena and Batista butchered the finish) and thinking that we were about to enter a pretty cool period in WWE.
Listen to D and Draven (who was there live) as they discuss this and more on the WrestleMania 21 podcast, including:
- WWE goes to Saitama
- Draven’s live thoughts
- D’s burial of David Lagana
- The rise of Batista and Cena
- Eddie Guerrero’s last WrestleMania
- Kurt Angle vs. Shawn Michaels
Seemingly the last WWE PPV before the arrival of the WWE Network, Elimination Chamber looks to be a pretty good show.
In addition to the actual main event featuring Randy Orton, Christian, John Cena, Sheamus, Daniel Bryan and Antonio Cesaro, you have the white hot Shield vs. Wyatt Family match finally happening and some nice undercard matches with younger talent like the Usos and Big E as well as Batista’s solo return.