This is the top 5 of our 30 greatest WrestleMania matches of all-time.
GG is back for WrestleMania 25! Draven and Big D have been doing the last five WrestleMania 30 for 30 shows as a duo, but GG came back for 25 since he was in Houston, Texas live.
Here’s some of what they discuss about WrestleMania 25 on WrestleMania 30 for 30:
– The difference between seeing Shawn Michaels vs. The Undertaker live and on PPV
– How Stone Cold Steve Austin was originally connected to the show
– How time limits killed the Hall of Fame ceremony
– Austin’s live pop on WrestleMania Sunday
– Kid Rock
– The backstory for the Mickey Rourke vs. Chris Jericho feud
– JBL’s retirement
– An argument on whether Randy Orton or Triple H should’ve gone over in the main event
John Cena’s WrestleMania career didn’t technically get started until WrestleMania XX, but he hasn’t missed one since. Let’s take a look at Cena’s Mania career. Continue reading
Triple H’s WrestleMania career started in 1996, which means he’s been featured on more than half of all the WrestleMania shows that have been held, and in many cases, in a main event role. Let’s look at Triple H’s WrestleMania history. Continue reading