"It's a possibility. I know it's been discussed. I'm of the opinion that as the first opportunity with Gronk was happening and we were meeting with him around the Super Bowl, you kind of don't know what Gronk is going to do until Gronk does what he's going to do. You can have a lot of conversations but until he actually shows up, I don't know if it's going to happen. There have been conversations around that. As always, there's going to be a lot of celebrity influence," he said.
Bray Wyatt attacks him from behind and hits him with Sister Abigail on the floor! Wyatt sends him over the commentary table and throws a whole bunch of chairs on top of him like Ambrose did to him last night. Wyatt stands on top of the table and slowly drops one more chair on the pile. The crowd boos him as replays are shown. Wyatt smiles as we go to commercial.
The WrestleMania 1-15 DVDs put out a few years ago were unfortunately full of edits as for the most part they were simply the WrestleMania Anthology box set versions in fresh packaging. However, all of the footage in the proposed WrestleMania 16-24 DVDs, should they go ahead, will supposedly be untouched and in its original form, presented similar to the WWE Network.
It be nice if they released a anthology of WrestleMania 1-33 but this time around it be uncut,uncensored and in 4K also it be the full show on one side disc plus when they had Sunday Night Heat before the WrestleManias that be a special feature on thoese WrestleManias and when they had post or pre shows or anything related to WrestleManias they should add that and then from WrestleMania 34 and beyond they be 4K and uncensored and uncut
WrestleMania 24 was a big event, and it had over a million buys on pay-per-view. From the top to the bottom, this WrestleMania card was stacked with high-profile matches, with stars such as John Cena, Triple H, Randy Orton, The Undertaker, and Edge on the bill. Floyd Mayweather, undefeated boxer and a massive box-office draw, was a part of the show as well.
Even before the fireworks malfunction, there was a power issue that darkened the arena for several minutes during the live show. During the BunnyMania LumberJill match, the stadium lost power in several different sections. There was a backup in place, but that could not light up the entire arena, so the lights were downgraded while the engineering team worked on restoring power.
The Lumberjill match was contested in a dimly lit arena, but thankfully the team fixed it up before the marquee triple threat match between Cena, Orton, and Triple H. Imagine a match like that playing out with only half the lights on.
The actual event (minus the power failure) was a success and an entertaining show overall, but some of those involved behind the scenes were clearly not competent. The show lost power, people were injured due to a faulty cable, and finally, and some producer brought WWE to court over the usage of entrance music.
Dominated by two high profile world title matches, Wrestlemania 24 had enough name value in those two matches to draw interest, but it was the attention afforded to performers down the card that ensured that this show remained relevant from the opening match until the finishing sequence. Despite matches pitting Edge against the Undertaker, and a triple threat contest starring John Cena, HHH, and Randy Orton, a vast amount of excitement surrounded the bout between Shawn Michaels and Ric Flair. Especially with the latter only one defeat away from being forced to retire. With the two icons occupying a spot in the middle of the card, the veterans went at it like they were the only two wrestlers in Florida who mattered.
The 9th WrestleMania was held outdoors in Las Vegas, but this one was in a (American) football stadium. While there were questions about what would happen in the matches, another question simply was what happens if it rains? Thankfully the rain held off.
The Styles/Tazz combo highlighted the pre-show battle royal. Kane won it, last defeating Mark Henry. That meant Kane would get a title shot at the ECW Champion Chavo Guerrero. The GM of ECW Armando Estrada did the intros for Chavo and Kane. Styles said this was the first time the ECW Title would be defended at WrestleMania. It was the last time too. 2b1af7f3a8