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WWE: WrestleMania 30 [Blu-ray]
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The Immortal Hulk Hogan makes his epic return to WrestleMania by hosting the 30th Anniversary of The Showcase of the Immortals! While Hulkamania runs wild in the Superdome, the tenacious Daniel Bryan does battle with 'The King of Kings' Triple H in a match that decides who will join Randy Orton and Batista as the third participant in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match. Legacies are also on the line when John Cena clashes with The Eater of Worlds Bray Wyatt and Undertaker puts his undefeated 21-0 WrestleMania streak on the line against 'The Beast Incarnate' Brock Lesnar. On this night, legends are made and WWE Superstars become immortal. Welcome to WrestleMania!
Hulk Hogan Welcomes the WWE Universe to WrestleMania
Winner Enters the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match Daniel Bryan vs. Triple H
Six-Man Tag Team Match - The Shield vs. Kane & New Age Outlaws
Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal - John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt
Introducing the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2014 Inductees
Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar
Vickie Guerrero Divas Championship Invitational
WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match - Randy Orton vs. Batista vs. Daniel Bryan
HALL OF FAME 2014: Lita / Jake 'The Snake' Roberts / Mr. T / Paul Bearer / Razor Ramon / Carlos Colon / Ultimate Warrior
WrestleMania Pre-Show Match
Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Championship Match - the Usos vs. Los Matadores vs. Real Americans vs. Ryback & Curtis Axel
Top 30 Greatest WrestleMania Moments
Hulk Hogan Discusses WrestleMania
Triple H & Stephanie McMahon Reveal the WrestleMania Set
Batista Reflects on His Return to WWE
Randy Orton Speaks On Becoming the Face of WWE
The History of Andre the Giant
The Streak vs. The Beast
A Look at Hulk Hogan's Storied Career
John Cena Confronts His Fears
AJ Lee vs. The World
BLU-RAY EXCLUSIVE EXTRAS
All That's Left is The Game
Bruno Sammartino Unveils His Statue
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This one starts of with the host HULK HOGAN,a slightly confused one,forgetting where he is. He is soon joined by Steve Austin,then The Rock. It's a great way to open the show,and makes a change from the usual song praising America,usually oversung by someone few people outside America care about. But this gathering of arguably the top 3 wrestling stars ever was quite a sight.
This said,it did go on for a fair while and it took about 40 minutes before any wrestling took place,so fun but too long.
So the first match is DANIEL BRYAN finally getting his hands on TRIPLE H,with the winner being inserted into the main event.
What a start to the show,loads of highlights,brilliant wrestling,a feud intensifying,telling a brilliant story. This was what it should've been,really exciting stuff to get the blood pumping.
Next THE SHIELD take on KANE and THE NEW AGE OUTLAWS. A bit of a joke this one,i thought they would've had all 3 members of THE SHIELD facing each other in a real clash to get into,but no. So we have a rushed match offering very little,with just a nice end to make up for it.
The 30 man battle royal was a good one,with some great moments and KOFI KINGSTON giving a wrestlemania moment,the winner was an interesting one,but I had no gripes,he was impressive.
JOHN CENA takes on the oddity that is BRAY WYATT. The enterance for Bray was chilling and fitting,the match had moments of weirdness to stand out as being something really different,Bray played his character brilliantly. Cena looked great and gave the look of someone who was getting his mind messed with. I really appreciated this one.Read more ›
I'll run through a few thoughts on the matches themselves and the extras on this Blu Ray package.
The Host welcomes us to the show - During this opening segment the crowd chant "this is awesome" and they're not wrong. Hogan, Stonecold and then The Rock all in the same ring sharing beers and catchphrases. Pure nostalgic gold.
Triple H v Daniel Bryan - Cracking entrance from Tripper, Bryan's is more understated but the crowd are on fire for him. Good match - a nice slow build with good psychology before an electric finish after the trading of big moves and near falls.
New Age Outlaws v The Shield - Fun but very short match. A criminal waste of The Shields talents on the grandest stage surely? Especially after the classic they pulled off against the Wyatts a few weeks earlier at Elimination Chamber.
Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal - This is so overcrowded at the start it's tough to know exactly who's in there. Once it thins out a bit it turns out to be good fun - good spots from Cesaro, Dolph Ziggler and Kofi Kingston, they're the stars of this part of the show.
John Cena v Bray Wyatt - Fantastic entrance for the Wyatt Family with their music (Live in Fear) played live by Mark Crozer and the Rels. Love that song. The match is not bad but not great, the storyline and the outside interference keeps things ticking over - I can't figure out how the outcome was best for business though.Read more ›
To me - a lifetime wrestling fan by the way - I felt this Wrestlemania was the most personal when compared to its predecessors. This is mainly due to the fact that it is the culmination of the so-called "Daniel Bryan Story". After years of battling in the indies and numerous ups and downs in wrestling (including being released and rehired by WWE), Bryan finally got what he dedicated his life to - The WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Definitely a strong contender for my favourite Wrestlemania moment of all time - especially when the win comes a year after persecution by The Authority.
Every match on this card had me glued to the screen. The only match that I didn't like was the Cena vs Wyatt match. Don't get me wrong, Wyatt is a great performer and future star, but this match felt slow and I got the feeling that even the crowd were disinterested in this bout. Furthermore, I'm fed up with Super Cena! Also, to defend the Divas (who get much criticism everywhere) their match was overall very enjoyable and solid with some nice spots. Nice job on that one and it was great to see a Diva who too has such passion for the industry compete at an event she used to grow up watching - props to AJ Lee.
And the Hogan, Stone Cold and Rock segment....don't get me started on that! Huge nostalgia piece for older fans there!
Overall, great Wrestlemania, very befitting celebration to 30 years of the "Grandest Stage of them All".
I had a huge expectation going into this show and it certainly delivers.
The opening in-ring segment with Hogan/Austin/Rock is nostalgic bliss for anyone who grew up around WWE in the 80s or 90s.
From there, the tempo is set and the show rolls on.
There's a few 'filler' matches (although seeing the New Age Outlaws on a Wrestlemania so long after their last one was a real 'Wrestlemania moment') but the big matches all deliver:
Daniel Bryan vs HHH
The Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar
Bray Wyatt vs John Cena
Randy Orton vs Batista vs the winner of the Bryan/HHH match
And, of course, the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal. Anyone familiar with Wrestlemania history and trasition will know that the multi-man over the top rope battle royal is a huge part of Wrestlemania tradition, and paying homage to one of the true greats of the business was a very good touch.
All in all, it might not be the best show ever, but it is certainly a very good one, and one of my favourite Wrestlemanias.
It's good fun, it's full of quality matches, and there are plenty of nods to the history and tradition built up over the previous 30 years.
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A fantastic Wrestlemania 30 (XXX) where we saw the "Yes Moment" expand, a 21-0 undefeated Wrestlemania streak conquered, and just an amazing night of fantastic... Read morePublished 8 months ago by BITW91