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We begin the second our of the WrestleMania Pre-show, exclusively on the WWE Network. Josh Mathews hype the Fatal Four-Way Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship, in which The Usos will defend the titles against Los Matadores, Curtis Axel and Ryback, and The Real Americans. He then introduces the panel; Jimmy Hart, Shawn Michaels, and Booker T.

Booker T says we need to watch out for The Real Americans, and they talk strategy to keep the Usos out of the ring. Mathews tosses it to Renee Young, who is stationed in the Social Media Lounge. She posts the first question of the night, and then gives the show back to Mathews.

Mathews hypes the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, and then we see a video tribute package for Andre. The panel talks about the Battle Royal, and they make their picks. Michaels picks Big Show. Mathews interrupts and says the Fatal Four-Way for the WWE Tag Team Championship is now an Elimination Match, and the panel talks about how strategies change now, and Michaels leaves the panel.

We see a video hype package for the feud between Daniel Bryan and Triple H.

After the video package, the panel, now with Alex Riley. breaks down the entire card for WrestleMania XXX. It seems the audio for the pre-show is now a little distorted. We now see a sit-down interview between Michael Cole and John Cena, where Cena discusses his career and his feud with Bray Wyatt.

We then take a look back and see how the feud between The Shield and Kane/The New Age Outlaws began. The Shield is backstage, and Ambrose says the only thing he cares about is that Kane and The Outlaws bring their best tonight. Ambrose says their best will not be good enough when they are up against The Shield. Rollins says they have seen the demon in his eyes and knows what all three of them are capable, but the Shield will make them part of their history tonight. Reigns says they are the future and ends it with, “Believe in The Shield.”

Jimmy Hart leaves the panel, and Trish Stratus takes his place. She talks about inducting Lita into the WWE Hall of Fame last night. They talk about the Vickie Guerrero Invitational for the WWE Divas Championship. Trish says AJ needs to watch her back. Mathews tosses it down to JBL, Michael Cole, and Jerry Lawler.


WWE Tag Team Championship Fatal Four-Way Elimination Match: The Usos (Jimmy and Jey) vs. Curtis Axel and Ryback vs. Los Matadores (Diego and Fernando) (w/El Torito) vs. The Real Americans (Cesaro and Jack Swagger) (w/Zeb Colter)

And The Network has frozen during The Usos entrance. Stand by.

The stream comes back with one of the Usos and Fernando in the ring. Fernando kicks the Uso in the face and goes for the cover, but he kicks out at two. Swagger tags in and takes Fernando down with a huge clothesline and goes for the cover, but Fernando kicks out at two. Fernando comes back and takes Swagger down to the floor with a head-scissors take down. Fernando dropkicks all of the other teams to the floor in a big pile and then he and Diego take everyone down with a suicide dive over the top rope. El Torito gets on the top rope, but Axel stops him and throws him down in the ring. Axel goes up top and goes for a moonsault, but Los Matadores stop him and put him on their shoulder. El Torito takes him and Los Matadores down in a Tower of Doom-like move. Swagger and Fernando get into the ring and Swagger applies the Patriot Lock, and Fernando taps. Los Matadores has been eliminated.

Swagger has the Patriot Lock on one of the Usos, but he gets free and Axel tags in. Axel beats down one of the Usos and then tags in Ryback. Ryback slams the Uso down to the mat and goes to the corner and connects with a middle-rope splash. Axel tags in and goes for the cover, and the Uso kicks out at two. Axel and Ryback double-team the Uso as the crowd chants “We the People” again. Ryback is the legal man again and he drives his knee into the Uso’s back. Ryback goes for the cover, but the Uso kicks out at two. Ryback applies a headlock down on the mat, but the Uso counters and sends Ryback shoulder-first into the ring post. The fresh Uso gets into the ring and goes after Axel, Cesaro, and Swagger. He takes Axel down with a Samoan Drop. Ryback gets into the ring and slams Swagger and the Uso down to the ring with spine-busters. Ryback drops down onto Swagger and sets him up for Shell Shocked, but Cesaro grabs Swagger and tags in. Ryback sends Swagger out to the floor and drags Cesaro into the ring. Cesaro hits Ryback with an uppercut and hits him with the Neutralizer. Ryback and Curtis Axel have been eliminated.

All four men remaining square off and The Usos take control. The Usos connect with a double-suicide dive over the top rope and all four men are down on the floor. One of the Usos comes off the top rope, but Cesaro catches him and delivers a big back-breaker. Cesaro goes for the cover, but the Uso kicks out at two. Cesaro goes for the Neutralizer, but the Uso counters and gets a roll-up. Cesaro kicks out at two. Cesaro goes for the Swing, but the other Uso stops it and the crowd boos. Swagger tags in, but one of the Usos takes both of them down with a corkscrew from the top. The Uso goes for the cover, but Swagger kicks out at two. Swagger picks the ankle and locks in the Patriot Lock. Cesaro drops an Uso with the uppercut after the Uso kicked Swagger in the face. Cesaro then gets dropped with a Samoan Drop. The Usos double-kick Cesaro in the face and they connect with a double top-rope splash and get the pin fall.
Winners and still WWE Tag Team Champions: The Usos.

After the match, Swagger yells at Cesaro and Zeb tries to calm him down. Swagger grabs Cesaro and applies the Patriot Lock, but Zeb stops him. Zeb tells Swagger to hug Cesaro. Swagger extends his hand to Cesaro, but Cesaro gets up on his own. Cesaro grabs Swagger’s hand, but then drops Swagger and does the Cesaro Swing on Swagger. Cesaro celebrates with the fans and leaves Zeb and Swagger in the ring.

We go back to the panel, and they talk about The Real America’s problems and the Hall of Fame ceremony. Trish says her favorite WrestleMania moment was when she won the Women’s Championship at WrestleMania X8 in Toronto. They then transition into talking about the Vickie Guerrero Invitational. Alex Riley picks Tamina Snuka, and Trish agrees. Booker says Tamina is the biggest threat, but he says AJ will find a way to win.

Alex Riley says he is looking forward to the match between Daniel Bryan and Triple H. Booker talks about his match with Triple H at WrestleMania X8, and the pre-show comes to a close.

We see the opening video for WrestleMania XXX, which hypes up the show and talks about the three decades that have passed since the first WrestleMania. The video then transitions into hyping the main feuds heading into tonight’s show.

We go live into the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler, and John Bradshaw Layfield welcome us to the show. Hulk Hogan’s music hits and he makes his way to the ring.

Hogan welcomes everyone to the show and talks about his main event of WrestleMania 1 and then brings it back to present time. The crowd chants “Super Dome!” because Hogan said “Silver Dome.” He said there are many great moments to be made, and Stone Cold Steve Austin’s music hits and he makes his way to the ring. Austin and Hogan stare each other down, and Austin says, “If you’re ready for WrestleMania XXX, give me a Hell Yeah,” which the crowd answers.

Austin says at WrestleMania, he usually opens a can of whoop-ass on whoever is in the ring with him. He asks the crowd if they want him to open a can of whoop-ass on Hogan, and they respond “Hell Yeah!” Austin runs down all of the WrestleManias that Hogan has main evented. Hogan and Austin go back and forth and Austin says tonight is the night for the current regime for the Superstars of now, but always remember that Austin 3:16 says, “I just whooped your ass.” The Rock’s music hits and he makes his way to the ring.

Rock and Austin share a hug in the ring, and then The Rock poses on the ropes. The crowd chants “This is Awesome!” before The Rock can speak. Rock does the “Finally” bit to pump up the crowd more. Rock and Hogan slap hands as Rock pokes fun at Hogan for calling the Super Dome the Silver Dome earlier. Rock says he sees not just two of the biggest icons of all time, but his good buddy Steve Austin and his childhood hero Hulk Hogan. Rock says he sees the two biggest names in the history of the WWE. Rock says he has had the honor and privilege of wrestling them both at WrestleMania. Rock mentions John Cena, and the crowd boos. The Rock mentioned Daniel Bryan, and the crowd starts the “Yes!” chant. Rock says neither of them would be here if it weren’t for Austin and Hogan. Rock makes a joke about being the cause of so many babies being born nine months after WrestleMania. Rock says it’s boots to asses time, and Austin says “That’s the Bottom Line, cause Stone Cold said so,” and Hogan closes it out with “Whatcha gonna do when Hogan, Austin, Rock, and the Super Dome run wild on you?” Hogan’s music hits, and he, Austin, and Rock share a beer in the ring.

We see the video hype package for the feud between Daniel Bryan and Triple H, who will open the show.

Stephanie McMahon is in the ring, and does Triple H’s ring entrance.

Daniel Bryan vs. Triple H (w/Stephanie McMahon)

Winner gets added to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match later tonight.

Triple H extends his hand for a handshake, but Bryan kicks it away. Bryan rolls up Triple H quickly, but Triple H kicks out at two. Triple H backs Bryan into the corner, but Bryan counters and delivers a series of kicks to Triple H in the corner. Triple H gets out of the ring and Stephanie tries to calm him down. Bryan extends his hand for a handshake while Triple H is on the outside. Triple H gets back into the ring and they tie up. Triple H goes to work on Bryan’s injured shoulder. Bryan gets out of Triple H’s grasp and delivers a dropkick and a headlock take-over. Bryan applies the headlock down on the mat, but Triple H gets to his feet and drops Bryan with a shoulder tackle. Triple H comes off the ropes, but Bryan takes him down with a knee to the midsection. Bryan goes for the cover, but Triple H kicks out at two. Triple H and Bryan trade holds down on the mat, but they get to their feet and Triple H back Bryan into the corner. Bryan goes for another series of kicks, but Triple H takes him down to the mat. Triple H goes to wrap Bryan’s arm around the ring post, but Bryan gets away and kicks Triple H on the outside. Triple H drops to a knee, and Bryan comes off the apron and drops him with a DDT on the floor. Bryan goes to the top rope and suicide dives onto Triple H on the floor, and both men are down on the outside. Bryan gets to his feet and grabs Triple H. Bryan tosses Triple H back into the ring and goes for the cover, but Triple H kicks out at two. Bryan goes up top, but Triple H hits the top rope and Bryan crotches himself on the top turnbuckle. Triple H tosses Bryan to the outside and then starts destroying the announce table. Triple H goes for the Pedigree through the announce table, but Triple H slams him down on top of the table, which does not collapse. Bryan gets back into the ring at the count of seven, and Triple H targets his injured arm and works it over. Bryan fights back and sends Triple H to the outside again. Bryan charges across the ring and tries to dive through the ropes, but Triple H clocks him with a right hand. Triple H works over Bryan’s injured arm again, this time on the outside. Bryan gets back into the ring at the nine count, and Triple H goes to work on his arm again. Triple H applies a cross-face chicken wing and wears Bryan down. Triple H changes it into a cross-face down on the mat. Bryan gets to the ropes and forces Triple H to let go of the hold. Triple H continues to work over Bryan’s arm. Bryan and Triple H exchange punches as the crowd does the “Yes, Boo, Yes, Boo” bit. Bryan takes Triple H down to the mat with a big right hand and goes to work on Triple H, but Triple H counters with a punch to the midsection. Bryan grabs Triple H and delivers a German Suplex and goes for the cover, but Triple H kicks out at two. Bryan hits another German Suplex and goes for another cover, but Triple H kicks out at two again. Triple H goes for the cross-face chicken wing again, but Bryan fights it off. Triple H still manages to slam Bryan down to the mat, his injured shoulder taking the brunt of the slam. Triple H goes for the cover, but Bryan kicks out at two. Triple H goes to the middle rope and goes for a suplex, but Bryan gets free and delivers a few headbutts. Bryan sunset flips and delivers a power bomb to Triple H. Bryan delivers a few dropkicks in the corner and goes for a third, but Triple H drops him with a monster clothesline out of the corner. Bryan comes back and kicks Triple H in the side of the head and then goes up top. Bryan goes for the diving headbutt, but Triple H gets his knee up for the counter. Triple H applies the cross-face in the middle of the ring. Bryan tries to roll through, but Triple H keeps the cross-face locked in. Bryan tries to get to the ropes, but he is fading in the hold. Bryan counters again and rolls up Triple H, but only gets a two count. Bryan then grabs Triple H and locks in the cross-face. Triple H gets to the ropes and Bryan is forced to break the hold. Triple H rolls to the outside and Stephanie checks on him. Bryan comes off the ropes and takes down Triple H with a suicide dive. He does it a second time and then delivers a series of kick to Triple H on the outside. Bryan tosses Triple H back into the ring and takes Triple H down with a missile dropkick, but he lands on his injured shoulder, and both men are down. Bryan kicks up and then delivers a series of kicks to Triple H’s chest. Bryan kicks Triple H in the head and goes for the cover, but Triple H kicks out at two. Bryan goes for the series of kicks again and goes for the running knee, but Triple H counters and hits Bryan with the Pedigree. Triple H goes for the cover, but Bryan kicks out at two. Triple H takes Bryan to the corner and pummels him down on the mat. Triple H goes for another Pedigree, but Bryan counters into a bridge pin, but Triple H kicks out at two. Triple H drives his knee into the side of Bryan’s head and then sets up for another Pedigree. Bryan reverses with a kick to the side of the head. Bryan counters Triple H again and connects with the running knee lift and gets the pin fall.
Winner: Daniel Bryan.
After the match, Stephanie gets into the ring and slaps Bryan across the face. Triple H attacks Bryan from behind and wraps his arm around the ring post. Triple H smacks Bryan’s injured shoulder with a steel chair. Triple H and Stephanie leave while the trainer and referee check on Bryan. We take a look at the replay of Bryan’s win, and then the aftermath with Triple H’s attack.

Six-Man Tag Team Match: Kane and The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn and Road Dogg) vs. The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, and Seth Rollins)

Kane and Ambrose start the match with a brawl, and then Ambrose drops Kane with a right hand and tags in Reigns. Reigns drops Kane and then goes after Dogg and Gunn. Reigns delivers a double-kick to Dogg and Gunn and then he drops Dogg with the Superman Punch. Reigns goes for the Punch on Kane, but Kane grabs his throat. Rollins dropkicks Kane from the top rope, but Gunn goes for the Fame-asser. Ambrose cuts Gunn off and slams him down to the mat. Reigns drops Gunn with the Superman Punch and The Shield surrounds Gunn. Dogg pulls Gunn out of the ring, and Ambrose and Rollins suicide dive onto Gunn and Dogg. Reigns delivers a Spear to Kane and then a double-Spear to The Outlaws. Reigns tags in Rollins, but then all three men deliver a double-power bomb to The Outlaws. Rollins pins Gunn and gets the pin fall.
Winners: The Shield.

We go backstage and we see Danny Davis and Hacksaw Jim Duggan playing with action figures when Sgt. Slaughter walks up. Ricky Steamboat walks in as well, followed by Ted DiBiase with the Million Dollar Championship belt. Ron Simmons enters and ends it with a “DAMN!”

Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal: Alberto Del Rio, Big E, The Big Show, Brad Maddox, Brodus Clay, Cesaro, Cody Rhodes, David Otunga, Damien Sandow, Darren Young, Dolph Ziggler, Fandango, Drew McIntyre, Goldust, The Great Khali, Heath Slater, Jinder Mahal, Justin Gabriel, Kofi Kingston, Mark Henry, The Miz, Rey Mysterio, Sheamus, R-Truth, Santino Marella, Sin Cara, Titus O’Neil, Xavier Woods, Yoshi Tatsu, Zack Ryder

Yoshi Tatsu is eliminated first, and we are down to 29. Kingston and Rhodes both skin the cat and get back into the ring as Brad Maddox gets eliminated, followed by Brodus Clay. The Great Khali is eliminated next. 3MB throws out Zack Ryder. Darren Young is eliminated now as Mark Henry destroyed 3MB and eliminates McIntyre and Mahal. Henry tosses out Slater as well. Show eliminates Henry as Big Show is gang-rushed. Show fights out of it and goes after Titus O’Neil. Show eliminates O’Neil and Santino grabs the cobra. Santino eliminates The Miz. Santino is eliminated next and the ring is thinning out. Rhodes and Goldust work together to eliminate Damien Sandow. David Otunga is thrown out after Justin Gabriel, and Fandango and Big E battle on the apron. Fandango eliminates Big E as the crowd “Fandango’s.” Sheamus catches Fandango on the apron and delivers a series of clubbing blows. Sheamus shoves Fandango down to the floor. Show picks R-Truth up and eliminates him. Mysterio begs Show to leave him alone, and show walks away. Rhodes tries to eliminate Cesaro, but Cesaro shoves him away and Goldust is eliminated. Rhodes tries to eliminate Del Rio, but Del Rio eliminates Rhodes instead. We are down to seven: Del Rio, Big Show, Sheamus, Mysterio, Kingston, Cesaro, and Ziggler. Mysterio hits the 6-1-9 on Del Rio and goes for it on Cesaro, but Cesaro uppercuts Mysterio out of the ring for the elimination. Cesaro uppercuts Ziggler and tosses Kingston over the top rope, but Kingston’s feet stay on the steps. Kingston gets back into the ring and kicks Sheamus in the face. Kingston delivers kicks to everyone, but Cesaro catches him and does the Cesaro Swing. Show drops Cesaro with a choke slam and Sheamus takes Show down with a Brogue Kick. Sheamus eliminates Kingston with a Brogue Kick. Del Rio eliminates Ziggler, and we are down to four: Show, Sheamus, Del Rio, and Cesaro. Del Rio locks in the cross arm-breaker on Sheamus, but Sheamus gets to his feet and he and Del Rio are both eliminated. We are down to Cesaro and Big Show. Cesaro delivers uppercuts and clotheslines but Show tosses him to the apron. Cesaro goes up top and dives, but Show levels him with a right hand. Cesaro delivers more uppercuts and then picks Show up and throws him over the top rope.
Winner: Cesaro.
After the match, Cesaro and Big Show shake hands, and then Cesaro is presented with the trophy. Cesaro lifts the trophy with no problem and celebrates in the ring.

We see the video hype package for the feud between Bray Wyatt and John Cena.

The Wyatt Family gets a live entrance to the ring.

Bray Wyatt (w/Erick Rowan and Luke Harper) vs. John Cena
Wyatt kneels down and tells Cena to be the monster that he is and tells Cena to finish him. Cena grabs Wyatt and takes him down with a side-headlock take down. Wyatt gets to his feet and delivers a big right hand to Cena. Wyatt stomps away on Cena down on the mat. Wyatt continues to work over Cena, but Cena gets back into it and begins to beat down Wyatt, but Wyatt laughs at Cena’s punishment. Cena beats down Wyatt in the corner, as Rowan and Harper get on the ring apron. Cena and Wyatt exchange blows as Wyatt continues to laugh and trash talk Cena from across the ring. They tie up again, and Wyatt tosses Cena across the ring. Wyatt picks Cena up and goes for a right hand, but Cena ducks under and delivers a dropkick to Wyatt. Wyatt grabs Cena and locks in a sleeper hold. Cena breaks free and comes off the ropes and drops Wyatt with a shoulder block. Cena slams Wyatt with the side-slam and goes for the Five-Knuckle Shuffle, but Wyatt bridges up and freaks Cena out. Erick Rowan distracts Cena, and Wyatt slams him down to the mat. Wyatt goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Wyatt charges Cena in the corner, but Cena gets his boot up. Cena drops Wyatt with a DDT and goes for the cover, but Wyatt kicks out at two. Cena goes up top and dives off the top rope, but Wyatt catches him and delivers a power bomb. Wyatt goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Cena connects with the Five-Knuckle Shuffle and then sets up for the AA, but Wyatt lands on his feet. Wyatt slams Cena down to the mat and goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Wyatt DDT’s Cena on the ring apron. Wyatt goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Wyatt gets Cena on the middle rope, but Cena counters with headbutts. Cena jumps from the top rope and lands on Rowan and Harper on the outside. Wyatt goes to the outside and stomps away on Cena and then tosses him into the steel steps. Cena comes back and slams Wyatt into the steel ring post. Cena picks up the steel steps, but then puts them down. Wyatt runs over Cena in the ring and goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Wyatt sings “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands” as he cradles Cena down on the mat. Wyatt goes for the back-drop splash, but Cena moves out of the way. Cena grabs Wyatt and delivers the AA and goes for the cover, but Wyatt kicks out at two. Harper kicks Cena in the head in the ring ropes and Wyatt plants Cena down to the mat and goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Wyatt tosses Cena out to the floor. Cena tackles Harper through the barricade on the outside, and then Wyatt tosses Cena back into the ring. Wyatt goes for Sister Abigail, but Cena counters into the STF. Wyatt gets to the bottom rope and Cena has to break the hold. Wyatt grabs Cena and delivers Sister Abigail and goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Wyatt goes to the outside and grabs a steel chair. The referee tells him to put the chair down. Wyatt kicks the chair toward Cena. Wyatt tells Cena to use the chair and to finish him. Cena grabs the chair and uses it on Rowan. Wyatt rolls up Cena, but Cena kicks out at two. Wyatt goes for Sister Abigail again, but Cena reverses and hits the AA for the pin fall.
Winner: John Cena.

We see a video for WWE 2K14.

We join the announcers at ringside, and they talk about the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Howard Finkel is in the ring and introduces the Hall of Fame Class of 2014: Jake Roberts, Mr. T, Paul Bearer (represented by his sons), Carlos Colon, Lita, Razor Ramon, and The Ultimate Warrior.

We see Daniel Bryan backstage getting looked at by the trainers.

We then see a short little video showing the highlights of New Orleans.

We see the video hype package for the feud between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker.

Brock Lesnar (w/Paul Heyman) vs. The Undertaker
Taker pummels Lesnar back to the corner, but Lesnar counters and takes Taker down with the belly-to-belly suplex. Lesnar clotheslines Taker over the top rope, but Taker lands on his feet and stares at Lesnar. Taker drapes Lesnar over the top rope and gets back into the ring. Taker takes control of the match and sends Lesnar to the outside. Taker slams Lesnar into the ring post and then tosses him back into the ring. Taker grabs Lesnar and goes for Old School, but Lesnar stops him short. Lesnar drives his shoulder into Taker’s midsection and then tosses him into the corner. Lesnar charges, but Taker moves and Lesnar goes shoulder-first into the ring post. Taker works over Lesnar’s shoulder and then puts him in the corner. Taker charges, but Lesnar moves and Taker goes knee-first into the turnbuckle. Lesnar grabs Taker’s leg and slams it into the ring post. Lesnar gets Taker on the floor and pummels him. Lesnar tosses Taker back into the ring and continues to work over his leg. Taker rolls to the outside and limps around the ring. Lesnar goes out after him and kicks him in the back of the knee. Lesnar slams Taker into the barricade and then tosses him back into the ring. Lesnar drives his knee into Taker’s chest. Lesnar continues the beat down, but then Taker comes back and slams Lesnar down to the mat. Lesnar and Taker get to their feet. Taker lifts Lesnar up and connects with Snake Eyes and then drops him with the big boot. Taker connects with the leg drop and goes for the cover, but Lesnar kicks out at two. Taker grabs Lesnar and delivers a choke slam and goes for the cover, but Lesnar kicks out at two. Lesnar grabs Taker and hits him with the F-5. Lesnar goes for the cover, but Taker kicks out at two. Lesnar goes toward Taker, but Taker locks in the Hell’s Gate submission. Lesnar lifts Taker up and slams him back down to break the hold. Lesnar goes after Taker again, but Taker locks in Hell’s Gate again. Lesnar breaks the hold again. Lesnar grabs Taker and locks in the Kimura Lock. Taker reverses and locks in the Kimura Lock on Lesnar. Lesnar slams Taker to the mat, but Taker keeps the hold applied. Lesnar breaks the hold and then delivers the F-5 to Taker. Lesnar goes for the cover, but Taker kicks out at two. Lesnar stomps away on Taker in the corner. Lesnar picks Taker up and then gets on the middle rope. Lesnar delivers a few right hands, but then Taker counters with the Last Ride. Taker grabs Lesnar and hits the Tombstone Pile Driver, but Lesnar kicks out at two. Taker sets up and does the throat slash. He sets Lesnar up for the Tombstone again, but Lesnar fights out. Lesnar delivers another F-5 and gets the pin fall.
Winner: Brock Lesnar.
After the match, Heyman is beside himself and celebrates with Lesnar, who gets out of the ring and walks up the ramp. It takes forever for Lesnar’s music to begin playing. Undertaker sets up in the ring, with a shocked look on his face, as the crowd claps for him. Everyone, announcers and fans, give Taker a standing ovation.

We see the video for WrestleMania 31, which will be on March 25, 2015 in Silicon Valley, California.

WWE Divas Championship Vickie Guerrero Invitational: AJ Lee vs. Aksana vs. Alicia Fox vs. Brie Bella vs. Cameron vs. Emma vs. Eva Marie vs. Layla vs. Naomi vs. Natalya vs. Nikki Bella vs. Rosa Mendes vs. Summer Rae vs. Tamina Snuka

It’s an all-out brawl with all 14 Divas. A couple of pin falls are attempted. There is a spot where seven Divas attempt a pin at the same time, while the other seven Divas kick out at the same time. Emma and Summer Rae battle for a bit and Emma locks in the Tarantula submission. Eva Marie and Tamina have a stare down and then the Bella Twins double-team Tamina. There is a huge pile of Divas on the floor now, and then the Bellas get into the ring. Nikki shoves Brie away and Brie shoves her back. Nikki slams Brie down and goes for the cover, but the other Divas break it up. Naomi shoves Tamina to the outside and Aksana goes after Naomi. It all breaks down and AJ applies the Black Widow on Naomi and Naomi taps out.
Winner and still WWE Divas Champion: AJ Lee.

WWE World Heavyweight Championship Triple Threat Match: Randy Orton vs. Batista vs. Daniel Bryan

Bryan goes right after Batista and send him out to the floor and then turns his attention to Orton. Orton goes right to work on Bryan’s arm. Bryan goes to the outside as Batista gets back into the ring and drops Orton. Batista takes Orton to the outside and slams him into the steel steps. Orton comes back and slams Batista back-first onto the steel steps. Orton grabs Batista and tosses him back into the ring. Orton goes for the cover, but Batista kicks out at two. Bryan gets back into the ring and takes down both Orton and Batista. Bryan kicks Orton and Batista in the chest and then kicks Batista in the head. Bryan goes to kick Orton in the head, but Orton catches him and slams him down to the mat. Orton goes for the cover, but Batista breaks it up at two. Batista power slams Orton down to the mat and goes for the cover, but Bryan breaks it up at two. Bryan slams Orton down to the mat and goes for the cover, but Orton kicks out at two. Orton slams Batista down to the mat, but both men are down. Bryan flies into the ring and applies the Yes Lock on Orton. Triple H and Stephanie McMahon come to ringside. Triple H pulls the referee out of the ring and Bryan stares him down. Batista drops Bryan with a spine-buster. Batista plants Bryan with the Batista Bomb, and Triple H brings out Scott Armstrong as the referee. Batista makes the cover, but Bryan kicks out at two. Batista charges at Bryan in the corner, but Bryan moves and Batista goes shoulder-first into the ring post. Bryan kicks Armstrong to the outside of the ring. Bryan dives out to the floor and takes down Triple H, Stephanie, and Scott Armstrong. Triple H grabs the sledgehammer, but Bryan stops him and hits Triple H with it. Bryan rolls Batista up, but Orton breaks it up at two. Orton takes Bryan to the outside and delivers a few uppercuts and sends him into the barricade. Batista and Orton double-team Bryan on the outside and then they hit him with the steel steps. Batista and Orton stare each other down on the outside and then look at Bryan. Batista tears apart the announce table. Batista grabs Bryan and he and Orton do a Batista Bomb-RKO combo through the announce table.

Referees and trainer are out to look at Orton and Bryan, as Batista is just standing around. Orton landed on a monitor, and it cut his back open. Batista gives Orton a right hand and then tosses him into the barricade. Batista tosses Orton back into the ring as Bryan is wheeled away on a stretcher. Orton comes back and DDTs Batista from the ring apron to the floor. Bryan fights his way off of the stretcher and Orton stalks over to him. Orton tosses Bryan into the steel steps. Back in the ring, Orton goes for the RKO on Bryan, but Bryan counters into the Yes Lock, but Batista breaks it up. Bryan locks the Yes Lock on Batista now, but Orton breaks it up. Orton goes after Batista and sets up for the RKO, but Batista counters. Batista goes for the Spear on Orton, but Orton moves and Batista spears Bryan. Orton hits the RKO on Batista and goes for the cover, but Batista kicks out at two. Orton sets up for the Punt, but Bryan counters with the running knee. Batista tosses Bryan out of the ring and covers Orton, but Orton kicks out at two. Batista drops Orton with the Batista Bomb and Bryan hits the running knee on Batista. Bryan grabs Batista and locks in the Yes Lock, and Batista taps out.
Winner and new WWE World Heavyweight Champion: Daniel Bryan.



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31 Responses

  1. aag44 says:

    Where’d they dig Danny Davis from??

  2. sdot says:

    So far I’m loving wm3

  3. sdot says:

    Wm 30 lol

  4. Matt says:

    They got Danny Davis from OVW obviously

  5. Ian says:

    WWE and OVW dont work together anymore. Anyway the Danny Davis from OVW isnt the Danny Davis who was the ref? I’m figuring that is the one that was backstage.

  6. Kerry says:

    Brock Lesnar breaks “the Streak”?? REALLY? Is ‘Taker gonna retire now?

  7. Lord Fermain says:

    There are two Danny Davis wrestlers. And both were both wrestlers and referees at different points in their careers.

    The one known as Dangerous Danny Davis is the one with the stint as “the wrestling referee” in WWF.

    The one known as Nightmare Danny Davis is the one who owns OVW, and is the uncle to Doug Basham, he never used a “wrestling referee” gimmick but just worked as a plain ref in the past.

    Boy….and people thought Matt Striker and Matt Stryker was difficult

  8. sdot says:

    Ppl gonna hate brock but I loved the match he had to lose some day 21-1 not bad really

  9. John says:

    20 years from now when people reflect on WM 30 the first thing they think of will be the streak ending. Good to see Daniel Bryan win but for a life long wrestling fan it’s bittersweet.

  10. mackdeezy says:

    My theory is they did it so that Taker wouldn’t be carrying the show like always. They needed to make sure nothing could undermine the title match. That or a “we’ll give you Bryan, but we’re taking the streak” from creative. Of all the people though…. Lesnar? Sheesh. Suddenly, I’ve grown up.

  11. Wes says:

    This WM ranks up there with X-7 as one of the best WMs of all time. Hell, even the divas match was enjoyable.

  12. Zach C says:

    Stephanie though <3 God she is perfect as is Vikki

  13. Lord Fermain says:

    To be fair the streak was taken for granite quite a bit, as to say in a lot of cases very few people probably thought it would end ever, to actually do something like that is a gutsy move but is also something unpredictable, something a lot of people complain about in wrestling happening far too little.

    That being said Taker losing is bittersweet, it’s a big moment but a huge legacy as far as Mania season goes is dead, and it’s too someone a lot of people don’t really care for, which is of course causing the more dead mentality.

    It didn’t tank the show so to say but it’s admittedly a decision that a lot of people aren’t going to be directly happy over.

  14. LOL says:

    Weird show…opening segment was great, taker lost what the….congrats bryan.

  15. Jay says:

    Great PPV! 8/10
    My two cents…
    Bryan vs Game: 10/10 Main event atmosphere. a WRESTLING match
    6 Man Tag: 5/10 Short but did its purpose to show Shield’s dominance
    Battle Royal: 10/10 It wasnt a cluster so I enjoyed it, ending spot was 2nd best moment of the night. hope cesaro gets more tv time.
    Cena vs Wyatt: 7/10 Started slow but Wyatt’s antics made match funny
    Taker vs Brock: 6/10 Very slow n can see taker is tired, but is a nice way of sending taker to retirement
    Divas Match: 3/10 90% of the divas need to be fired. typical mess with every diva hitting their finisher for their 5 second fame.
    Triple Threat: 8/10 The authority arriving felt more of a Raw episode than a PPV match, but Bryan winning what he deserves at WM makes this match great.

  16. Alex says:

    I have to agree with Wes, WM this year was great, props to HHH and Steph.

    Who would have thought even Batista would perform this good, whow!

  17. Desmond says:

    This was. A great Wrestlemania. Caesaro body slamming show out of the ring was amazing, bryan hhh was match of the night and Bryan finally winning the gold was a MAGNIFICIENT moment. Undertaker losing to Lesnar is probably the most heartbreaking moment ever in wrestling, and to be honest it really sucked. Besides the one fault everything else was perfect and Wrestlemania 30 was fantastic

  18. sdot says:

    Loved everything but these divas come on they need a prayer lol

  19. RIP says:

    The streak though. I’m with X-Pac. I would have give it to an up and coming start like Roman. Lesnar really isn’t sitting well with me on this one.

    FINALLY Bryan.

  20. Andrew Davis says:

    Umm Cameron NEVER tapped out. As was clearly seen on the ppv, unfortunately the was out of position, AJ picked up Cameron’s hand, and tapped the mat with it. But Cameron NEVER tapped out

  21. Seasrmar says:

    Many people are upset that Brock beat Undertaker and end the streak, but I for one support it. This will allow Sting to debut tomorrow and face the Undertaker next year WrestleMania. Part of the reason why Sting didn’t came to the WWE was because he was afraid WWE will destroy his legacy. Having him lost to the Undertaker next year, so hypothetically retire undefeated, would do just that. Neither does he want to destroy Undertaker legacy. Having Undertaker lose and end the streak to Sting who just wrestle one match in the WWE would do that to the Undertaker. Tonight it was all for the best, Undertaker to lose. Tomorrow is the beginning of the countdown to the end- the last match.

  22. Paul Andrew says:

    Why is everyone crapping over Brock Lesnar ending The Streak? Didn’t Vince McMahon say earlier in the week that he was planning to swerve the fans somehow with a surprise. This was it people. Deal with it. LOL

  23. Redrules1977 says:

    Cesaro winning the battle royale was the only part i liked in this Wrestlemania. Brock Lesnar beating the streak is the stupidest move WWE could of done. I hate John Cena,but i would rather see him beat the taker than a UFC reject who cares nothing about wrestling other than getting a paycheck. The people they have writing this garbage should be fired on the spot. How about ending the streak with someone new? This does nothing for Brock Lesnar other than making people hate the product more. I will not be renewing my wwe network subscription thats for sure. Im so done with the WWE. I understand that the undertaker is old,and his body is wore out,but come on…..Brock Lesnar….Really…..REALLY!!!!!

  24. PAZ says:

    FIRST OFF, I MUST SAY CONGRATULATIONS ARE IN ORDER TO THE NEW WWE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION DANIEL BRYAN, IT’S ABOUT TIME. NOW TO MY GRIPE WITH THE UNDERTAKER/LESNAR MATCH, WORST DECISION WWE COULD DO AND A BIG SLAP IN THE FACE TO REAL WRESTLING FANS. YES, EVENTUALLY THE STREAK WOULD’VE ENDED, BUT IT SHOULD’VE ENDED AT THE HANDS OF SOMEONE LIKE ROMAN REIGNS OR EVEN BRAY WYATT, THE FUTURE OF THE COMPANY AND NOT SOMEONE JUST IN IT FOR A BIG PAYDAY. I AM SORY, BUT LESNAR DID NOT DESERVE TO BREAK THE STREAK.

  25. Sinister ki says:

    Agreed

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