WrestleMania (2018) is a English,Spanish,German,Italian,Mandarin,French,Japanese,Portuguese,Russian,Hindi movie. Kevin Dunn has directed this movie. Brock Lesnar,Joe Anoa'i,A.J. Styles,Shinsuke Nakamura are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. WrestleMania (2018) is considered one of the best Action,Sport movie in India and around the world.
Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns battle in a Universal Championship Match. WWE Champion AJ Styles defends his title against Shinsuke Nakamura. Will The Undertaker accept John Cena's challenge for one last match? Plus in ring Return Of Daniel Bryan and in ring debut of Ronda Rousey.
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WWE pay per views over the past few years have had the habit of being hugely mixed bags. They tend to be a royal crapfest with sprinklings of decency and Wrestlemania 34 was the same thing. I usually break these things down but its 5am and the main event was so bad it's given me a migraine so I'll merely summarise. Quality of wrestling, below par. And considering it included the in ring return of Daniel Bryan and a match between AJ & Nakamura that's pretty astounding. Outcomes? A combination of logical, to stupid to mind blowingly moronic. So what came out of the ppv that was actually good? Well Ronda Rousey proved her critics wrong and actually delivered a really good performance! The main event though dire had a very unexpected outcome that put a smile on my face and the whole thing wasn't as predictible as expected. Regardless this was Wrestlemania, the showcase of the immortals and had absolutely no excuse for being quite as much of a mess as it was. The Good: Ronda Rousey Unpredictible (For a change) The Bad: Bray Wyatts anti-climatic return Cruiserweight finale embarassment Constant John Cena reactions Adverts during matches Record number of announcer botches Some of the booking decisions were bizzare and highly illogical 3D graphics were dumb Pointless Elias section Kid Rock couldn't even be bothered to show up Brauns partner, really!? Things I Learnt From This PPV: When you do a tournament for a title and it culminates at the biggest show of the year and nobody cares about it.........you know you have problem Saying that two wrestlers know one another intimately is maybe a bad call Booker T saying Cedric Alexander may be the most talented person in the locker room is the dumbest thing he's said yet, and he talks a lot of crap Future of music, really?!?! If you want to know the state of the WWE just remember Kid Rock is in the WWE Hall Of Fame and THE Rock isn't Shane needs to stop wrestling, he's an embarassment I can't be the only one who wanted Braun Strowman to turn on his partner, right?
Wrestlemania 34... factors those attracted my attention. Although to be specific, I expected better show. Both the Japanese variants that paved their way through Royal Rumble lost. Asuka and Shinsuke lost. It came to me as surprize. Another win that came down to me as surprize was of Jindar Mahal for united states champion. I enjoyed it, although it takes continous of such performance's to gain respect. Ronda Rousey, an American olympic gold medalist along with Kurt Angle (another gold medalist) won (safe to say - against dictators), what a debut. Cena vs undertaker, the match I thought was given up easily by our champ, yes the one who instructs us to never give up. Cena lately has been doing a lot may be because of what audience wants. Nia Jax vs Alexa: A well earned victory by Nia. Unlike other sports there is no division or categories like factor such as weight in WWE. Yet, I believe every category in that regards, has its ups and downs, so nothing much to bother. Last but not the least the match for which we (atleast I) waited so long, Brock Lesnar vs Roman Reigns. In the past we have seen Roman defeating Cena and Cena defeating Brock. Thus I felt Roman had extremely good chance, but like I mentioned earlier may be cena was not cent percent along those selected matches. Brock dominated with his raining surplex's and F5's. Brock won. Brock being my favorite, I enjoyed that match the most.
This Wrestlemania probably had the best card in Wrestlemania history however failed to Live up to its expectations. The Ronda Rousey match was the best, followed by the triple threat and Asuka vs Charlotte. Rest of all the matches were disappointing. Cena vs Undertaker was never really promoted but it was still better than AJ Styles vs Nakamura which was going to be the show stealer. And Brock Vs Roman match was just finishers and blood.
Great dream matches we want. The unexpected happened
Let's start with the preshow. In the fifth annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, while the right man won the match, the contest was somewhat forgettable. Still, it was nice to see a decent new tag team, come from it. Anyways, this brings us to the tournament final for the vacant Cruiserweight Championship between Cedric Alexander and Mustafa Ali. The match was disappointing, as it was highly rushed. Plus, it was probably not a good idea to copy the finish to Ric Flair Versus Shawn Michaels from 2008's 'WrestleMania 24'. It was really jarring. Anyways, the WrestleMania Women's Battle Royal was next & thank goodness, they change the name. Moolah was indeed, not a good person with her sex trafficking. However, they should had thought of another old timey female wrestler to give tribute. Regardless, the choice of participants for this match was still bizarre has WWE didn't have enough main show female talents. So they fill it up with the misused big names and NXT extras. Still, the contest was a lot more entertaining match than the Men's. Nevertheless, the men's fought back, as the actual show opened with The Miz having to defend his Intercontinental Championship against Seth Rollins and Finn Balor in a triple threat match. Without spoiling it, there was great wrestling from all of them. Good contest. The next match between Champion Charlotte Flair & challenger, Asuka was also amazing. Both women work their ass off. To top it off, the entrance nod to Charlotte's appearance in 2014's 'WrestleMania 30' was epic. The climax to the match was also shocking. I get why they did it. That gimmick would had become very tiresome and highly predictable as the months goes on. Better to strike, when the iron is hot, I say. The only nitpick, I had, about the match, was the aftermath. They didn't give the women, enough time to thank the crowd, before WWE move onto the next sequence. It was horribly done. Anyways, that brings us to the fatal four-way match for the United States between champion, Randy Orton & challengers, Bobby Roode, Jinder Mahal, and Rusev. It was highly generic as nobody put that much effect into the feud. Not memorable at all. Next up, was the mixed tag team match between Triple H & Stephanie McMahon versus Kurt Angle & Ronda Rousey. The build up to the contest was awkward, as the foundations for it, was over 3 years ago. This match should had happen at 2016, however, both Dwayne 'the Rock' Johnson and Rousey had scheduling problems, so it was push back way back, until tonight. Nevertheless, Johnson still couldn't make it, so he was replaced by the very old & limited Angle, 3 months prior. In the end, the match was still entertaining as Rousey show the world, that she indeed could wrestle. Just wish, she didn't adjust her outfit so much. Seeing Hunter calling out, 'spots', really loud to Angle was quite annoying as well. Anyways, the next fight, saw the Usos (Jey and Jimmy Uso) having to defend their SmackDown Tag Team Championship against The New Day's (Big E and Kofi Kingston) and The Bludgeon Brothers (Harper and Rowan) in a quick & brutal, forgettable triple threat tag team match. It was not good. I also didn't like the impromptu bout that follow this, between Cena and Undertaker. Taker is really past his prime & can't barely move, while Cena can't take that much bumps as he has one foot, out to Hollywood. It was embarrassing to watch. Both could had done, so much better. Thank goodness, the next tag match live up to the hype. Seeing Daniel Bryan being able to wrestle with Shane McMahon, after being force to retired due to multiple concussions, was out of this world amazing! It was also nice to see Shane being able to wrestle, coming out of a recent life-threating stomach injury. Unlike, other critics, I love the feud, they had with Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens. The ring work from all four of them was also very impressive, despite how it was slowly told. It's still one of my favorite matches of the night. The Raw Women's Championship match between challenger, Nia Jax & champion, Alexa Bliss was next. Once again, I have to disagree with majority of critics, as I didn't like the buildup storyline to this meh contest. I thought the body shaming angle has been overdone. As for the hype for the WWE Championship fight between champion, AJ Styles & challenger, Shinsuke Nakamura, I love the teases. As for the bout. It was not as good as any of their previous NJPW matches, but regardless, this contest was outstanding enough to tune in. However, it's what happen, after the match; that was the highlight. Tag team match for the Raw Tag Team Championship was next. While, Braun Strowman choosing a child as his tag partner to face the champions, the Bar (Sheamus & Cesaro) made the titles seem like a joke. That jump the shark sequence was entertaining. I can't hate it, too much. At least, it wasn't awful like the main event between Roman Reigns challenging Universal Championship titleholder, Brock Lesnar. It was an exhausting match that nobody asked for it. Even so, it had no in-ring story, as both wrestlers didn't bother working it out. It was all over the top. So ill-fitting. As for the ending, money & politics got in the way. No wonder, why Brock tossed the title at Vince McMahon. His match was a crap staid, on otherwise, decent show. In the end, you might have to drown yourself with a bottle of Bourbon, when you choose to watch this 7 hours PPV. Parts of the event at the Superdome in New Orleans were very, very annoying. Others sequences, were decent enough to watch. However, overall, it's not the grandest stage of them, all. Not in the long shot. It could had been better.