WrestleMania was the “Ultimate Thrill Ride” that saw five new champions crowned, a marriage proposal and the end of an era, as Undertaker said goodbye after losing to Roman Reigns in the main event.
It is now just three days until WrestleMania 33 in Orlando and so comes the final part of out WrestleMania Rewind series, as we head back to WrestleMania 22 and travel up to last year’s record-breaking WrestleMania 32.
It is just ten days until the “Ultimate Thrill Ride” of WrestleMania 33 and so we have reached the second part of our WrestleMania Rewind series, as we travel from WrestleMania XI – 21.
It is just over three weeks until this year’s WrestleMania and in the first of a three-part WrestleMania Rewind series, we look back on WrestleMania’s I – X.
In front of a record braking 101,763 fans at the AT&T Stadium, Roman Reigns looked to walk out of the main event as a three-time WWE Champion, while Shane McMahon went head-to-head with The Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell.
A countdown of every single WrestleMania in history between 1985 and 2017 in one place. Scroll on down and look at some interesting facts and stats in our WrestleMania Rewind.
WrestleMania 31 took place under the bright sky of Santa Clara, California as Roman Reigns looked to win his first WWE Championship against Brock Lesnar, while Sting made his WrestleMania debut against Triple H.
WrestleMania XXX witnessed Daniel Bryan overcome two gruelling matches to leave New Orleans as the new WWE Champion, but this night will be forever remembered as when Undertaker’s iconic streak came to a shocking end.
For the second year in a row, The Rock and John Cena clashed in the main event of WrestleMania XXIX, as Cena looked for redemption against the People’s Champion and claim the WWE Championship.
WrestleMania XXVIII gave us ‘Once in a Lifetime’ as The Rock battled John Cena in the main event, while Triple H and Undertaker faced off in the ‘End of an Era’ Hell in a Cell match.