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April 3rd, 2010
Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA

Backstory/Build-Up Towards WrestleMania 27

Greatest Current vs. Greatest Past
John Cena vs. The Rock

On the February 14th edition of RAW, The Rock was the Guest Host, he was addressed by The Nexus alongside John Cena, just six days until John Cena had his match that could get him out of Nexus against Wade Barrett which he won, eventually John Cena turned on Nexus, as The Rock and Cena teamed up to take out Nexus over the ropes. Cena attempted to hit Wade Barrett who ducked and The Rock was the victim of a hard right hand. Nexus headed up the ramp and Cena and Rock stared down in the ring, all until The Rock gave Cena a Rock Bottom. Two weeks later, Cena, free of Nexus, appeared saying that people compare The Rock to him because of the People's Elbow and 5 Knuckle Shuffle and their unmatched charisma of them both. But his respect for Rocky isn't going to allow him to be punked out by "The Great One." The Rock agreed to this and since the WWE Universe see them both as the greatest, why not see who the greatest of the greatest is on the greatest night in sports-entertainment. Cena and Rock shook hands, confirming their battle at WrestleMania 27.


Nexus vs. WWE Legends; 5 on 5 Elimination Match:
Nexus (Wade Barrett, Michael Tarver, Justin Gabriel, David Otunga, and Heath Slater) vs. WWE Legends (Ricky Steamboat, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Ted DiBiase, Jerry Lawler, and Sgt. Slaughter

Nexus were interrupted by WWE Hall of Famer, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat saying that John Cena took revenge on Nexus, Vince McMahon back in December with the whole WWE army of RAW, so he believes he should take revenge on all the up and coming duo, at WrestleMania. Ricky also challenged the leader, Barrett to if they won, Nexus could never be in WWE ever again. Ricky Steamboat assembled a team of some of the best WWE superstars from the past. Steamboat, Piper, DiBiase, Lawler, and Slaughter raced down and chased Nexus off, setting the tone for what's to come at WrestleMania. Can the old-timed legends prove they've still got it, and end Nexus forever? Or do the future have what it takes to take the Legends down.


Money in the Bank Ladder Match; winner earns a chance at the WWE or World Title for up to a year
United States Champion John Morrison vs. The Miz vs. Jack Swagger vs. Evan Bourne vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Alberto Del Rio vs. Kane vs. Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Cody Rhodes vs. R-Truth

History is a huge part in this match. Kaval, R-Truth and Alberto Del Rio, two men that have definitely made their mark, Del Rio, putting out Rey Mysterio and really beaten some of the best stars since debuting in mid-late 2010 as well as putting out Big Show in February, causing him to miss WrestleMania, and Kaval who beat Dolph Ziggler for the Intercontinental Championship at Survivor Series but lost it on the January 7th edition of SmackDown is really made his mark. R-Truth who beat The Miz for the United States Championship, and is quickly becoming one of the main reasons to watch Monday Night RAW. The Miz won it at the Money in the Bank 2010 and cashed in at Royal Rumble, beating Randy Orton and losing it at Elimination Chamber back to Orton along with Kane winning the SmackDown one, Swagger at Mania, and the rest just participating and making huge impacts toward this match, all of these men have momentum, none more than Kane who won the Battle Royal. The big question going into this match is, who wants it more?


WWE Championship Match
Randy Orton (c) vs. CM Punk

The night after Randy Orton won the WWE Championship, he had to defend it against The Miz in which he won the hard fought battle. Afterwards, CM Punk turned Randy Orton around and nailed Randy Orton with a Go 2 Sleep. The week later, Punk was asked why he did so. CM Punk says that he's here to clean the WWE of anyone who's taken drugs and rumors or not, Orton is a threat to the SES. And on top of that, he'd love to get some revenge from 2008 when he cost him the World Heavyweight Championship. Orton came and replied that this time, not only will he have taken his World Heavyweight Championship throughout his career, he will also take his career and job in the WWE. Over the weeks, they verbally abused each other, including Orton beating Gallows and Mercury in a 2 on 1 Handicap Match. Who will win this war unfolding for three years.


19-0 or 18-1?
Sheamus vs. The Undertaker

At the Royal Rumble, Sheamus was Entrant #7 and Undertaker #21 and everyone's favorite to win. He came in on fire, eliminating Drew McIntyre, Cody Rhodes, and MVP in less than twenty seconds. Then he eliminated Sheamus who survived to the Final Five. Sheamus who was rather passed off about that, came back in the ring and eliminated The Undertaker and brutally assaulted him. On the February 7th edition of RAW, Sheamus announced that he needed some way to get revenge on Undertaker, mid-sentence, he was cut off by the lights shutting and cutting on and Undertaker there as he hits the Tombstone Piledriver to Sheamus as he replied, "WrestleMania" in a very deep voice. Undertaker stood tall over Sheamus. Week after week, Sheamus beat some of the same challenges Undertaker faced. Sheamus beat Kane, Jake Roberts, Jimmy Snuka, and even Triple H. Not to forget his High Cross to Undertaker's somewhat father, Paul Bearer. He stood tall over Undertaker, foot on chest and a chance to see what the future could do to "The Deadman."


2 out of 3 Falls Match
Daniel Bryan vs. Chris Jericho

This one started at Royal Rumble too, in a shock to the Final Eight in the Royal Rumble, where Daniel Bryan eliminated the man he had his first NXT match against. That would be brought up. Daniel Bryan was cut off in an interview saying that he was the greatest wrestler in the world. He was attacked backstage by Chris Jericho telling Bryan never again to call himself the greatest in the world. Two weeks later on the Highlight Reel, Bryan challenged Jericho at WrestleMania. Jericho reminded Bryan of his cockiness back on NXT in his debut match where Jericho beat him. Bryan says that he's gotten better since then. Jericho says that when he's done with Bryan, he'll be alot worse....starting now! Jericho low blows Bryan and hits him with the microphone and throws him through the Jeri-Tron before celebrating. 3 weeks before WrestleMania, it was announced this match would become 2 out of 3 Falls Match.


Battle for Brand Supremacy
Triple H vs. Rey Mysterio

Not alot of build here, but the fans know these two warriors, two of WWE's best superstars and bound to be Hall of Famers will put on a spectacular bout. And as usual, if Rey Mysterio wins, the SmackDown brand receives the main event. If Triple H wins, RAW gets the main event. It should be nice to see who goes backstage full of smiling faces and who goes back, disappointed in.


Tables, Ladders, and Chairs Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Edge (c) vs. Christian

Christian, who went on to win the Royal Rumble, could either decide between the man who shared the road alongside himself in the early-mid years of their career, or he could face Randy Orton. Having nothing against Randy Orton, he felt he had something to prove with Edge, the childhood rival reignites with gas and fire! Edge vowed Christian to make him pay for deciding to face him and deciding to make this match, the match they helped create, innovate, and make the fans enjoy, Tables, Ladders, and Chairs. When these two canadian warriors battle over the World Heavyweight Championship in a match that favors them both, who will come out on top?


Unified Tag Team Championship Match
The Hart Dynasty (c) vs. MVP and Matt Hardy

In December, nobody knew who'd be the final team going into the Tag Team Turmoil at TLC but it turned out to be the team that came close to a breakthrough at Survivor Series. Since the close split, they've not seemed the same but still they have been at the top of their came, holding the Unified Tag Team Titles now, 105 days. But on March 14th's edition of Monday Night RAW, there was a 20 Man Battle Royal with some RAW and SmackDown superstars, whoever wins can pick a partner to challenge for the Unified Tag Team Championships at WrestleMania. MVP, Matt Hardy, and Mark Henry were left, obviously it looked like MVP and Mark Henry but Hardy and MVP attempted to eliminate Henry, but all three went out at the same time, Henry first and Hardy and MVP tieing. The two former WWE Tag Team Champions coinsidently agreed on facing Hart Dynasty. One of the most contreversial teams from 2007's SmackDown in which they were enemies, now friends, the champs are in trouble now.


Eight Diva Tag Team Match
Natalya, Melina, AJ Lee, Kelly Kelly, and ??? vs. Lay-Cool, Tamina, Alicia Fox, and Maryse

This has been hyped as one of the most intense divas matches ever. Repeated divas matches hyped this one with Michelle McCool over Kelly Kelly, Natalya over Layla, Eve and AJ over Maryse and Fox and Melina over Tamina. But after the heel time of Lay-Cool, Tamina, Alicia Fox, and Maryse attacked the faces, Eve was in the wrong place at the wrong time and was attacked. She was also put out or injured until after Mania. Leaving the faces with two days to find a suitable replacement. Can they find one in time? Or will they have to go at it 4 on 5?


Pre-Match 27 Man Battle Royal
Ezekiel Jackson vs. Goldust vs. Jey Uso vs. Jimmy Uso vs. Mark Henry vs. Primo vs. Santino Marella vs. Great Khali vs. Vladimir Kozlov vs. William Regal vs. Yoshi Tatsu vs. Zack Ryder vs. Caylen Croft vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. Chris Masters vs. Curt Hawkins vs. Finlay vs. Joey Mercury vs. JTG vs. Kaval vs. Luke Gallows vs. Shad vs. Trent Barreta vs. Tyler Black vs. Tyler Reks vs. Vance Archer vs. William Regal

This is basically our mid-card status for the fans to see, pre-show they give the fans something to look forward to on the rollercoaster ride of WrestleMania. Not to forget, the winner earns a shot at the Intercontinental or United States Championship on their respective shows.

Join us for WWE's biggest PPV extravaganza, known as WrestleMania 27. Thanks for reading the preview.​

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Monday Night RAW

WWE Champion: Randy Orton
United States Champion: John Morrison
Unified Tag Team Champion: Hart Dynasty
Divas Champion: Melina

General Manager: Eric Bischoff
Interviewer: Josh Matthews
Announcers: Michael Cole and Jerry "The King" Lawler
Ring Announcer: Justin Roberts

Alicia Fox
Brie Bella
CM Punk
Daniel Bryan
Darren Young
David Hart Smith
Daniel Bryan
Evan Bourne
Ezekiel Jackson
Gail Kim
Heath Slater
Husky Harris
Jerry "The King" Lawler
Jey Uso
Jimmy Uso
John Cena
John Morrison
Justin Gabriel
Justin Roberts
Mark Henry
Michael Cole
Michael McGillicutty
Michael Tarver
Mr. McMahon
Nikki Bella
Randy Orton
Ranjin Singh
Santino Marella
Skip Sheffield
Ted DiBiase
The Great Khali
The Miz
Triple H
Tyson Kidd
Vladimir Kozlov
Wade Barrett
William Regal
Yoshi Tatsu
Zack Ryder


Friday Night SmackDown

World Heavyweight Champion: Edge
Intercontinental Champion: Dolph Ziggler
Unified Tag Team Champions: The Hart Dynasty
Women's Champions: Lay-Cool

General Manager: Teddy Long
Interviewer: Ashley Valance
Announcers: Todd Grisham, Jim Ross, and Matt Striker
Ring Announcer: Tony Chimel

Alberto Del Rio
Beth Phoenix
Big Show
Caylen Croft
Chavo Guerrero
Chris Masters
Cody Rhodes
Curt Hawkins
Dolph Ziggler
Drew McIntyre
Jack Swagger
Joey Mercury
Kelly Kelly
Kofi Kingston
Luke Gallows
Matt Hardy
Michelle McCool
Paul Bearer
Rey Mysterio
Ricardo Rodriguez
Rosa Mendes
Theodore Long
Todd Grisham
Tony Chimel
Trent Barreta
Tyler Reks
Vance Archer
Vickie Guerrero​

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Looks great man, very well persented and interesting WM matches. Obviously you've planned this well, and hopefully its a BTB that keeps going. One of my new years resolutions was to give feedback or reviews, and this is a BTB I shall definitely be doing that for. It all looks great pal, just keep it going - not many modern day WWE BTBs entice me long enough to keep viewing, but with the start you've made already, I wouldn't be surprised if this changed that.

Good luck dude.

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Solid BTB, I like how you bring back The Rock as he is one of my favorite wrestlers. and a Cena/Rock match would be epic and really makes that Mania' feel. Goodluck with this and I would be definitely reading this.

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WrestleMania 27
April 3rd, 2011
Atlanta, GA in Georgia Dome
Attendance: 62,046

Pre-Show 25 Man Battle Royal:
The final five here are Mark Henry, Yoshi Tatsu, Kaval, Zack Ryder, and Chris Masters. Or so we thought. Ryder eliminated Tatsu, so revenge from last year. Masters and Henry are teetering on the ropes, Henry falls out of the ring. Ryder attempts to hit his finisher, Ruff Ryder but Masters tosses him to the apron and comes close to pushing him. But out of nowhere, Curt Hawkins who had one foot touch the ground come and eliminate Masters. Kaval helps Masters eliminate Hawkins leaving us with Ryder, Masters, and Kaval. Kaval has Masters up for the Warriors Way. Mid-way through, Ryder shoves Kaval off the turnbuckle and out. Ryder gets Masters off the ropes hung up and eliminates him thus crowning our winner.
Winner: Zack Ryder; earning a shot at the United States Championship.

We see a video promotion hyping all of the recent feuds such as the Cena/Rock, Christian/Edge, Taker/Sheamus, and Orton/Punk as well as Jericho/Bryan and major matches of how they are being hyped. Our first theme song, "Pain" by Three Days Grace before we head to the arena.

We see some fantastic pyrotechnics before Jerry Lawler, Michael Cole, Jim Ross, Matt Striker, and Todd Grisham welcome us live to WrestleMania in what could be the biggest event in WWE history. They hype some of the main matches before we head to our first performance. A musical performance.

Female singer, Rihanna is live to kick off WrestleMania, singing "America the Beautiful" it lasts around three minutes and afterwards, the fans give a standing ovation as she bows and then the bell rings for our opening contest, the Money in the Bank Ladder Match between twelve of WWE's best mid-card stars.

Money in the Bank Ladder Match
The Miz, John Morrison, Jack Swagger, Evan Bourne, Drew McIntyre, Alberto Del Rio, Kane, Dolph Ziggler, Kofi Kingston, Cody Rhodes, and R-Truth

Great matchup that really set the tone for the rest of the night. McIntyre and Kingston went to get ladders but as McIntyre was bringing it in, Bourne hit a baseball kick taking it back out. All the superstars went back to the outside, leaving Truth who was hurt from a dropkick, dove over the ropes with a splash on all eleven of the MITB stars. Del Rio, who caught luck dodged the attack and was the only one up as he scaled the briefcase and ladder and climbed up, close to winning, Kofi pushed the ladder toward the turnbuckle but Del Rio hung on. Kane reached his legs but Del Rio soon kicked off and scrunched his legs so no one could reach. Kane set up the ladder as Rhodes his Kingston with a Cross Rhodes, Bourne jumps halfway across the ring and tackles Del Rio-20ft high! Swagger hits Miz, McIntyre, and Truth with the ladder and attempts to climb. Kane sets up a ladder right next to that one. It's soup bones, Kane/Ziggler and Swagger/Kingston. Rhodes pushes the Swagger/Kingston ladder over as they both go crashing to the outside onto Morrison and Truth. Kane eventually chokeslams Ziggler off the ladder onto Rhodes as Kane is up along with McIntyre, Miz, and Bourne. They set up a ladder bridge on the apron as Kane elbows Bourne on the ladder. Miz sneaks behind and nails a Skull Crushing Finale off the ladder to Bourne, leaving McIntyre and Kane to trade soup bones. Kane pushes McIntyre to the other rung, just says Morrison climbs onto Kane's shoulders while on the top of the ladder and nails a hurricanrana while still hanging on the side of the ladder here. Morrison and McIntyre are the only people up. Miz attempts to german suplex McIntyre off the ladder, and Truth pushes the ladder forward and Kane, Miz, and McIntyre crash through the ladder bridge. Morrison is out for the moment, he and Truth the only ones up. Truth looks as if this briefcase is definitely his, Morrison out of nowhere hits a Flying Chuck off the ropes knocking he and the ladder down. He gets a ladder from off the outside and puts it on Truth, nailing a Starship Pain on the ladder to his best friend before slowly climbing the ladder and taking the briefcase.
Winner: John Morrison @ 13:28

John Morrison sits the ladder on the ropes and climbs up it, leaning. He holds his Money in the Bank case for the WWE Universe to see and give him a standing ovation for it. Morrison heads up the ramp, proud as we head to an interview.

Josh Matthews is back, asking John Cena is he nervous much about facing one of the if not the greatest WWE superstar ever, The Rock. Cena says that Rock has been training, and they is so much alike between the two. WWE icons, movie stars, and former multi-time champions. But one seperates them, Cena will never quit, it's a code in which he lives by. And that and the Cenation is all he needs to win. He puts up the HLR three-finger sign with a grin and leaves to a small pop.

We head to a video, promoting the WrestleMania Axxess as well as our WrestleMania Reading Challenge and some of the fans and superstars share their thoughts on some of the best memories from the event before we head back to the show.

We see an outside view of Atlanta, GA at Georgia Dome before we see a video of Ricky Steamboat being attacked by the Nexus alongside some other WWE legends such as Arn Anderson and Dan Malenko back in 2010. Then it shows in late-February when Ricky Steamboat came to seek revenge, assembling a team of Hall of Famers to challenge the Nexus.

The Nexus vs. WWE Legends; 5 on 5 Elimination Match
Nexus (Wade Barrett, Michael Tarver, Justin Gabriel, David Otunga, and Heath Slater) vs. WWE Legends (Ricky Steamboat, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Ted DiBiase, Jerry Lawler, and Sgt. Slaughter

WWE Legends definitely had the crowd behind them. Jerry "The King" Lawler kicked things off with Heath Slater. Lawler getting Slater with some jabs to the corner and whipping him to the next for Piper's blind tag. Slater hit a neckbreaker but got up to a suplex from Piper who then applied some chinlocks and surfboard submissions. Slater began to break loose and kneed Piper in the gut and nailed the DDT. Slater tagged in Otunga who hit a hard suplex followed by a big clothesline lariat for the two count. Piper, who was close to finished, felt the wrath of Tarver, who returned in January, with a hard big boot and then Tarver's Lightning got the win. Roddy Piper has been eliminated. Steamboat was next, looking more determined than ever. He ducked a clothesline, running full speed and tackled Tarver to the ground with a Lou Thesz Press and some hard strikes. He lifted him up and hit a clothesline and went to the top for an elbow drop, missing. He tagged in Gabriel who kicked Steamboat in the corner, Lawler tagged himself in, came in and clotheslined Gabriel followed by Barrett's blind tag, Lawler knocked Otunga and Slater off the apron and turned around into the Wasteland for the three count. Jerry Lawler has been eliminated. From behind, Ted DiBiase came in with a hard back suplex. They thought it was over but Husky Harris and Michael McGillicutty pulled Ted out. Suddenly, two former Nexus members, Skip Sheffield and Darren Young arrived, clotheslining Harris and McGillicutty and taking them away up the ramp with strikes. This distracted DiBiase, allowing Slater to hit Sweetness to eliminate him. Ted DiBiase has been eliminated. Steamboat came in, hitting Slater with a suplex and then knocking some Nexus members off, Otunga attempted a high-impact spinebuster but as we went for the win, Steamboat shockingly kicked out. Otunga lifted Steamboat up and Steamboat blasted Otunga with a hard right, knocking Otunga out. Steamboat tagged in Slaughter who went for a big running elbow drop but was tripped by Gabriel, Gabriel hit his 450 Splash as Steamboat fought Nexus on the outside. Sgt. Slaughter has been eliminated. Steamboat was last, knowing it's now a 5 on 1, he was in trouble. But he fought like hell. He ducked under Tarver and hit a flying clothesline, kicking Gabriel and Slater off the ropes and coming back to nail Tarver with a neckbreaker. Steamboat nailed his hard elbow drop! He went for the cover but Barrett broke it up. Steamboat held the ropes for him to fly over, but as he turned around, Otunga leveled him with a high-impact Spinebuster, putting away the very tough legends.
Winners: The Nexus @ 9:12

The Nexus celebrated their win, they knew that the legends gave them a war and they almost won on many occasions despite the clean sweep. Nexus attempt to attack the Legends again, but suddenly, "Sexy Boy" hits and the roof blows off this place. Shawn Michaels makes his way down, alongside Ted DiBiase Jr, returning from his Nexus attack just three weeks ago and he is here to save his dad. He puts an extra beating on Slater for eliminating his dad. Michaels is on fire, ducking a clothesline and forearm smashing Gabriel over the ropes. He ducks another and nails Tarver and Slater with Sweet Chin Music's. Otunga falls victim to being thrown over the ropes onto his Nexus colleagues and Wade Barrett took a Sweet Chin Music over the ropes. Michaels, Steamboat, DiBiase, Slaughter, Piper, and Lawler stand tall in the ring with Michael Cole clapping for his broadcast collaegue, "The King" as we head backstage.

Randy Orton is backstage, looking at his WWE Championship admirably. He gets ready to leave before Chris Jericho comes in saying that Orton had better love his championship while he can. Because when he's done with this "nerd" Daniel Bryan, he'll be going after his gold. Orton says he's talked to Bryan and he has plans on kicking Jericho's teeth down his throat. And he tells Jericho, that many have come for the WWE Championship, and all have failed. And one of those many is himself. Orton leaves as Jericho is pissed in the locker room.

Backstage, we see Eric Bischoff in which Ted DiBiase Jr. comes and knocks on his door. DiBiase says that Barrett and the rest of Nexus hurt his father out there and he wants some retribution. He asks Eric for a match with Wade Barrett. Eric Bischoff grants his request and announces that Ted DiBiase will face Wade Barrett at Extreme Rules in a Street Fight. If Nexus interferes, they are fired forever. DiBiase grins as he leaves, thankfully.

A promotion video hypes WWE Extreme Rules which airs on April 24th, 2011.

Unified Tag Team Championship Match
Matt Hardy and MVP vs. Hart Dynasty (c)

Since re-visiting their team back less than a month ago, Hardy and MVP have been firing on all cylinders. As is our champions so this one is bound to be a war. MVP and Tyson Kidd kicked off in a solid encounter, Kidd getting the arm drag and MVP with the headlock takeover. He follows it up with the knee drop for the two. He tags in Hardy who hits the clothesline and whips him off the ropes hitting the body drop. Hardy misses the top rope legdrop, allowing Kidd to hit a slingshot low dropkick and tagging in Smith who immediately goes for a cover, getting a near fall. Smith hits two hard clotheslines, then he hits a scoop slam into a hard kick to the head. He gets a lateral press for the two count. He starts to pound over the head of Hardy, really making frequent tags to Kidd and working over Matt. Matt Hardy begins to rally back late, and push Smith back as he runs into a hip toss followed by two clotheslines and a Side Effect. Smith rolls to the outside, Hardy tags in MVP and follows Smith. Kidd attempts a suicide dive over the ropes but MVP lifts the ropes and he goes crashing down. Hardy rolls Smith in for MVP to nail the Play of the Day for the victory.
Winner: MVP and Matt Hardy; new Unified Tag Team Champions @ 6:03

Matt Hardy and MVP celebrate their victory, hugging that they are the new Unified Tag Team Champions. The team that used to hate eachother and were still champions, now friends and champions, what's next for them? Smith is on his knees, Kidd helping him up. Kidd and Smith raise their arms to a pop, suddenly, Kidd kicks Smith hard in the head, leaving him out cold. Kidd is on the ramp with a more distorted look, Smith laid out cold in the ring.

Backstage, we see Ashley Valance as she asks Mr. Money in the Bank how he liked MITB. Morrison reminded her of how close he came at WrestleMania 24 and how he's been aiming on improving his balance and innovation which is what he thinks got him the win tonight. And it was a great experience. Miz, out of nowhere says that Morrison won't get to experience it now, he's going to beat him before he can cash it in because "HE'S THE MIZ.....AND HE'S AWESOME!" Miz leaves and Morrison and Valance chuckle at him.

We head to the arena to see some of the Atlanta Hawks and Atlanta Falcons players here tonight, enjoying tonight's event. And now, it's time for quite frankly, one of the biggest matches on the card. Sheamus, one of WWE's biggest threats faces Undertaker.

It shows Sheamus' fast rise to stardom, having the second fastest wait to become WWE Champion being in WWE just 166 days to beat John Cena at TLC: 2009 and how he's become a 2 time WWE Champion and even a United States Champion from TLC to the final RAW before Royal Rumble. It then hypes how Undertaker eliminated him and his sore losing, attacking Undertaker and costing him the match followed by Undertaker's WrestleMania challenge and finally, Sheamus beating some of the greats Undertaker beat, Kane, Jimmy Snuka, Jake Roberts, etc and how he seems to be right up there with Undertaker.

Undertaker makes a remarkable entrance, as usual making homeage to his old, Ministry of Darkness gimmick from his early days, Sheamus makes his usual entrance with some huge green and white pyro, looking more vicious than ever and ready to go. 18-1 or 19-0?

Grudge Match; 18-1 or 19-0?
Sheamus vs. The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer

Sheamus seemed to not be phased by Undertaker's mind games. Paul Bearer was at ringside with his urn. Sheamus got Undertaker in the corner and leveled some hard lefts and rights, taking the Deadman down. Undertaker grabbed Sheamus by the throat but Sheamus caught his feet and came off the ropes to a sidewalk slam. Undertaker hit some arm wringers and some punches to the chest, all preparing for the Old School, getting him a two count. Sheamus rolled to the outside for a breather, Undertaker dove over the third rope with one of his classic dives, taking himself out as well as Sheamus. They got in at seven, Sheamus first to recover, kneeing Undertaker in the head and hitting a rope hung suplex. With Undertaker dangling on the ropes, Sheamus hit a Brogue Kick to the side of the head, Undertaker flying in the ring. Sheamus beat his chest and went to cover but Undertaker sat up to a huge pop and began unloading with lefts and rights followed by the snake eyes and the big boot. Undertaker signalled for the Chokeslam. Sheamus raked his eyes as he got up and hit Undertaker with the tilt-a-whirl-sideslam and the shoulder breaker both for two counts. Sheamus kicked Undertaker in the gut and set up for the High Cross, Undertaker ducking and hitting a big boot, accidently to the referee. He turned around and hit Sheamus with a Last Ride! He might have had this one won but the referee was out. Undertaker sort of revived him, he lifted Sheamus up and Sheamus drills Undertaker with the urn! Sheamus quickly drops to his knees and hooks both legs, getting a very close two count. Sheamus yells at the referee for counting so slow, he walks into Undertaker's chokeslam! Undertaker follows this up with a Tombstone Piledriver but Sheamus kicks away and grabs the leg, appling a Deathlock, a move another Irish relative of his, Finlay does. Undertaker is close to tapping, blood pouring from his head slightly as he reaches the ropes as Sheamus keeps it on until four. Sheamus then nails the High Cross, the fans thinking it's over here. 1-2-no!!!! Undertaker gets a shoulder up somehow, someway. Sheamus is in disbelief. He stalks Undertaker for the Irish Curse which connects for the two. Sheamus calls for his finisher, the Brogue Kick, in which he's hit one so far. Undertaker spins his leg and connects with the Tombstone Piledriver connecting the arms, eyes rolled, and tongue out as he gets the three count.
Winner: The Undertaker; advances to 19-0 @ 18:26

Close to a twenty minute battle, Undertaker and Sheamus are laid out. Sheamus is highly praised because of his battling tonight. Undertaker heads up the ramp alongside Paul Bearer, looking back at Sheamus, still unconscious and raises his arm high in victory as the titantron shows 19-0.

We head back once again, to see Josh Matthews asking CM Punk is he doubting himself tonight. CM Punk says that he's putting his Straight Edge Society on the line tonight. One of the only reasons he wakes up in the morning so obviously he had to be confident. Tonight is all about showing your greatness and that's exactly what he's going to do tonight.

A video shows what happened in tonight's pre-show, Zack Ryder winning the Battle Royal last eliminating Chris Masters and Kaval to secure the victory.

Battle for Brand Supremacy
Triple H vs. Rey Mysterio

Mysterio was out first, sporting white, grey, and black attire. Triple H was out in usual attire. Two fan favorites kicked off things here. Mysterio slides under HHH's legs and then hops off the ropes for a turnaround splash followed by a hurricanrana. Triple H falls to the outside. Mysterio goes for the suicide dive but Triple H dodges and Mysterio crashes into the barricade in pain. Triple H rolls him in and nails a hard clothesline followed by a hard Spinebuster as he signals for the Pedigree. Mysterio slides off and dropkicks Triple H in the ropes connecting for the 619! Mysterio goes for the West Coast Pop but in mid-air but HHH hits a clothesline and after that, he nails his Pedigree for the close two count. Triple H lifts him for another but Mysterio hits the wheelbarrow bulldog into a sunset flip but, reversed by HHH and reversed by Mysterio again for the three count.
Winner: Rey Mysterio @ 10:14

Triple H is in shock but cost RAW the supremacy. Mysterio celebrates and offers a handshake. Triple H accepts and then low blows Mysterio. He follows that up with a Pedigree. Triple H taunts to come fantastic heat as we head to a video promo hyping our next match.

Our next match is the huge 2 out of 3 Falls Match between two of WWE's greatest submission experted appliers, Chris Jericho and Daniel Bryan involving their promotion in the Highlight Reel with Jericho throwing Bryan into the Jeri-Tron 5,000. The last image we see is Jericho's distorted smirk as we head to the match.

2 out of 3 Falls Match
Chris Jericho vs. Daniel Bryan

Jericho is out first, sporting some green and black attire, Bryan out next, wearing his red attire, with some black designs. Bryan and Jericho lock up, two of the best WWE superstars in the business. Bryan immediately locks in the LeBell Lock, Jericho rolls through about ten seconds later, ducks a clothesline and locks Bryan in the Walls of Jericho. Bryan is close to submitting but gets on his back again and kicks Jericho off as he moves to the outside. Bryan takes a page from Jericho's book hitting the apron triangle dropkick. Bryan then hits a springboard moonsault to the outside as they fall on the RAW announce table. They roll back in at six, Bryan attempting a top rope move, Jericho catching him with a mid-air Codebreaker! Jericho confidently crawls to cover, 1-2-rope break! What resiliency by Bryan. Jericho pulls him closer and attempts another Codebreaker, Bryan trips him and gets a jackknife pin getting the shocking three count.
Winner of the 1st Fall: Daniel Bryan @ 6:06

Catchup time here for Jericho, he immediately thrusts Bryan in the corner with hard closed fists as he steps back and misses the forearm smash. Bryan then hits the Northern Lights Suplex and applies his ROH finisher, Cattle Multilation! Jericho is so close to tapping, he can't get to the ropes so he rolls and they are both up, Jericho spins behind Bryan, hitting hooking Bryan's arms behind him and hitting a back suplex and the brutal move receives a two count. Jericho nails the Lionsault for the two count! Jericho is getting frustrated and puts Bryan on the top rope. He attempts to run up the ropes but in mid-air, Bryan hits the dropkick! Bryan lands on the apron as he climbs the ropes again, Jericho laid out. Bryan attempts a big splash, Jericho rolls out of the way just in a nick of time. Bryan gets up holding his stomach as Jericho capitalizes with the Codebreaker for the three count.
Winner of the 2nd Fall: Chris Jericho @ 13:28

These two warriors, exhausted prepare for one more battle. Bryan hits an arm drag as Jericho falls to the turnbuckle. Bryan hits a big splash/elbow/bulldog in the corner for the two count. Bryan then hits a suplex facebuster again crawling desperately to the cover for the two count. Bryan goes for the Northern Lights Suplex for the two once again as they both get to their feet, Jericho ducks behind Bryan and hits the Full Nelson Facebuster followed by his scoop slam/dropkick and the bridging German suplex. Jericho stalks for the Codebreaker but Bryan catches him and drops him and locks in Jericho's finisher, Walls of Jericho! Jericho is in the hold for around a whole minute before reaching the ropes desperately. Bryan calls for his finisher now, the LeBell Lock. Jericho is close to tapping again, but he rolls through into the straddle pin and quickly into the Walls of Jericho. Bryan hangs on for a long-long time. Jericho applies the Liontamer, with the knee on the head and Bryan taps after about ten seconds.
Winner of the 3rd Fall: Chris Jericho @ 19:12

Shockingly, after the match, Jericho helped Bryan up and hugged him. They shook hands and both got a good reaction from the fans as we head to a promo once again.

A promo hypes that the night after Extreme Rules on April 24th, we are going to have the WWE Draft on April 25th, 2011. Shaking things up again.

We head to the commentary table, they hype what a night this has been, one of the greatest WrestleManias and still we have much more to go. We have the divas ten-diva tag, TLC World Heavyweight Title Match, Orton/Punk for the WWE Championship. This is still going to be a breathtaking night not to forget Cena/Rock. And coming up next, Orton vs. Punk for the WWE Championship.

A promo hypes their feud, CM Punk attacking Randy Orton and challenging him at WrestleMania, igniting their feud from 2008.

WWE Championship Match
Randy Orton (c) vs. CM Punk w/Luke Gallows, Joey Mercury, and Serena

Randy Orton comes out, sporting his black and blue attire, he comes out to the biggest ovation tonight, possibly tying Undertaker. CM Punk is out in his red, black, and white attire ready for tonight's WWE Title war. Randy Orton and CM Punk locked up. Randy Orton immediately attempting an RKO but CM Punk pushed off hitting the scoop powerslam. CM Punk whipped Orton off the ropes but Randy Orton pulled him toward him and nailed his own scoop powerslam. Randy Orton and CM Punk step into the turnbuckle, noticing how good both are since 2008. They lock up again, Orton pushing Punk to the ground and stomping over him. Punk rolls to the outside and Orton nails the clothesline. Orton taunts to the fans who give him a loud pop as he rolls Punk in the ring. He hops on the apron and Punk kicks him. Punk follows that up with the double underhook backbreaker. Punk locks in the Anaconda Vise which Orton almost taps to, but he reaches the ropes. Punk lifts Orton up and out of nowhere, Orton drills him with an RKO! Orton goes to cover but Gallows hops on the apron. Orton sees this and sets up for the rope-hung DDT. Mercury comes along too and gets kicked in the gut about to take the guttoline rope-hung spike DDT to both of them. The crowd pops loudly at the innovative maneuver. Orton turns around right into the Go 2 Sleep! CM Punk goes for the cover and gets a two count shockingly. Punk whips Orton to the ropes and hits the shining wizard but on the bulldog, Orton shifts his body and hits a sick headlock backbreaker. Orton is coiling. He then changes his mind and drills Punk with a Punt Kick! He hooks his legs and secures the victory.
Winner: Randy Orton; retains the WWE Championship @ 14:23

Randy Orton gets up, in the zone still, as he climbs the ropes showing off his infamous pose as he celebrates holding the WWE Championship. Punk, Gallows, Mercury, and Serena head up the ramp, furious and in pain. Orton heads up too.

A video shows some of the best WrestleMania moments from WM19, WM17, WM1, WM26, etc. We are also shown our final three matches for tonight, all bound to be classics.

"Not Afraid" by Eminem starts to play as "Em" himself comes out, making a musical entrance of his own. The faces and heel divas make their way own, this basically to promote their match and the event. After it's done, Melina gets a microphone and says that Lay-Cool, Tamina, Fox, and Maryse thought their cowardous acts would lead them to win, but they've fought a partner, who could beat all of them at the same time. We here that laugh and then the big, "OH!'" It's one of the greatest WWE divas in history, Trish Stratus! Trish has returned to team up at this WrestleMania! The bell rings and the heels look pretty doomed as of now.

Ten Diva Tag Team Match
Trish Stratus, Melina, Kelly Kelly, AJ Lee, and Natalya def. Team Lay-Cool, Tamina, Alicia Fox, and Maryse

The heels winning last year, this was some sweet revenge for the faces. Of course this wasn't an easy matchup as it was very back and forth throughout. They worked over Kelly Kelly, who made a hot tag to AJ Lee, who promised she'd make it someday as she leveled Layla and Michelle McCool with a double DDT and then a moonsault. The crowd loved the faces but they were chanting, "We want Trish! We want Trish!" A huge brawl erupted, eventually, Maryse being the only one in the ring, Melina tagged in Stratus while Tamina and Fox were on the outside fighting alongside Lay-Cool against Melina, Kelly, Lee, and Natalya. Stratus nailed the huge Stratusfaction followed by the Chick Kick as she secured the huge victory.
Winners: Trish Stratus, Melina, Kelly Kelly, AJ Lee, and Natalya @ 3:58

Trish Stratus and the rest of her team of Natalya, Kelly Kelly, Lee, and Melina celebrated their victory with the fans of Atlanta, this being one of the greatest WrestleMania memories to date. We head backstage.

Ashley Valance is back with Christian asking if he thinks he's on his best friend's level considering Edge is a 9-time World Champion to his one. Christian says that his slow process begins tonight. Not to forget he left TNA around the same time of Edge's superstardom. Christian says that WrestleMania is all about memories, much like the ones Stratus showed tonight but his whole career from the time he and Edge battled the Hardy Boys and Dudley Boyz, it was all about making memories for the fans. That's what they went out for. And that's what Christian is for, but also to win the "big one!"

A promo video shows Christian, at the top of his game, winning the Royal Rumble coming out at #4 to last eliminate CM Punk and John Cena. He celebrates his victory and decides to pick Edge to fight at WrestleMania, especially since Edge has been the most successful and he wants to show he's on Edge's level. Edge says he agrees with that, and since the Road to WrestleMania, Edge has speared Christian, seven times. Edge has gotten the better of Christian ever since. What will happen tonight?

Tables, Ladders, and Chairs Match for the WWE ChampionshipEdge (c) vs. Christian

Edge was out first, his white, red, and black attire, Christian sporting his black and orange attire and his new t-shirt. Edge meets him on the ramp as they brawl back and forth. Christian gets the upper hand with a chair shot and runs at Edge, Edge dodging and Christian colliding with the steps. Edge attempts a Spear on the outside, which connects as they go through the security barricade! Both are out for the momentum as Edge sets up two tables on the outside, and stacks another two on top making four tables. From behind, Christian drills him with a chair and stands the chair up. He puts two chairs standing up and lifts Edge who low blows him and gives him the Edge 'O' Matic through the two standing chairs! The crowd gives a "holy ****" chant, the first of many tonight. Edge gets a ladder and begins to climb. Christian stirring and quickly behind as he beats the back of Edge and attempts a Killswitch off the ladder, Edge elbows Christian off and Christian falls off the rungs to the ground as he rolls to the outside, getting up quicker. He gets another ladder and as Edge is reaching for the WWE Championship, he rocks Edge in the face with it. Edge is still on but he's laid out on there. Christian leans the ladder in between the rung on Edge's side, and gives Edge a sunset flip powerbomb through off the ladder through a ladder! Both men are out cold now, stirring slowly, both broken and battered. Edge gets a ladder from near the announce table. Christian tackles Edge onto the announce table and goes for a splash through the announce table. Edge goes to get him and pushes him off, on the announce table. Edge stalks him and gives Christian his infamous Spear off the announce table through the security barrier again! Both men are out this time. Eventually they get up and Christian and Edge are brawling near the fans, dark outside, Christian goes for the Killswitch, Edge pushes Christian into the fans railling. Edge races back into the ring and attempts to climb the ladder. Eventually, he's coming close to winning, the title almost off the strap, Christian pushes the ladder over and Edge flies to the outside, Edge goes through four stacked tables. The crowd let's loose another "holy ****" and then, Christian climbs the ladder, slowly, exhausted and climbs the ladder, grabbing the WWE Championship to win this brutal classic TLC match.
Winner: Christian; new WWE Champion @ 20:13

Christian celebrates. He's finally done what he thought was too late to do and that's win the WWE Championship. To make it even better, he wins it on the grandest stage of all. Christian heads up the ramp, Edge still laid out, and being helped out by doctors from the table crash. Replays are shown of all the biggest moves before we head to a promo hyping the biggest match of the night.

Dramatic music is playing, it hypes The Rock's dominant run through the mid-late 90s and 2000s in classic matches and huge wins against the likes of Stone Cold, Brock Lesnar, Undertaker, etc. And then it shows him as a moviestar such as the Toothfairy, The Scorpion King, Gridiron Gang, and then it shows John Cena's stardom from winning multiple WWE and WHC titles in 2005-2010 equalling nine times now. Then it shows his movie star stuff like 12 Rounds, Marine, Legendary, and how these two have the most equal superstar/movie star, greatest superstar connection. The match begins, now!

Greatest Current vs. Greatest Past
John Cena vs. The Rock

This was the main event of WrestleMania. The fans know this is going to be a classic bout. The Rock comes out to his typical entrance to one of the biggest pops ever. John Cena comes out to his "Basic Thuganomics" song, sporting a Falcons jersey. He comes out on a stage about ten feet off the ground as confetti flies everywhere. The stage lowers and Cena's salutes, he has new pyro on the stage from left-to-right as they meet. Cena and Rock staredown and the bell rings. Half the crowd chanting, "Rocky!" and the other half chanting, "Cena!' gave this match an electric atmosphere. John Cena and The Rock exchanged their signature right hands, The Rock hitting one hard one, looking out to the crowd and delivering one, knocking Cena down. The Rock then hits the spinning elbow lariat and the suplex for the two count. The Rock gets Cena in the corner with repeated kicks the mid-section. Rock whips Cena off the turnbuckle and delivers a body drop, proving to be too much for Cena so far. Rock goes for the spinebuster but Cena beats his back, turning it into a DDT. Cena whips him off the ropes, getting the hip toss followed by a Throwback. He came off for the shoulder block but Rocky hits a spinebuster. Rocky looks around, throws his elbow pad off, and sets up for the People's Elbow, Cena dodges and hits a shoulder block, clothesline, and the back suplex bomb and then the 5 Knuckle Shuffle. But as he came back, Rocky drills him with the Rock Bottom for the close two count. The Rock seems impressed as he lifts Cena up for the scoop slam he comes off with the leg drop but Cena dodges and hits the hard kick to the face. Cena then nails the diving leg drop bulldog off the top rope and then locks in the STF-U! The Rock is slowly fading and close to tapping. He's really thinking about it but makes his way to the ropes. Cena gets off at three, the referee pulling him back, he ignores the referee trying to maintain full focus and when he comes back, The Rock trips him up and locks him in the Sharpshooter! Cena is in some big trouble now, close to tapping out, after about twenty seconds, he reaches the ropes. Rocky then hits his finishing People's Elbow. He calls for a second one, but as he comes back, Cena locks him into the STF-U, Rocky quickly gets out and runs right into an Attitude Adjustment from Rock. Cena connects with a second Attitude Adjustment, and finally one more! After three he covers Rocky and still he gets only a two count! Cena is pissed yet worried as goes for the 5 Knuckle Shuffle, connecting! He goes for the F-U as Rock turns around, Rock out of nowhere hits the Rock Bottom! He slowly collapses to cover, 1-2-thr..no!!!!! The Rock is very pissed off at this. He goes for one more, Cena elbows out and hits the one-handed bulldog. Cena pulls him to the middle of the ring and locks in the STF-U! The Rock is in for about thirty seconds and doesn't look like he wants to tap as he's inches from the ropes. Cena pulls him back to the middle of the ring, Rock has lasted almost another twenty seconds, Cena starts headbutting his back and neck/head area. Rock survives a bit longer and then he taps out!
Winner: Greatest from the Present, John Cena @ 30:13

John Cena and The Rock, both laid out on their backs, Cena has his hand raised. Cena climbs on all the turnbuckles, raising his hands, getting a much bigger cheer from when he entered the building. Cena and Rock hug and shake hands as WrestleMania 27 ends with the two biggest sports-entertainment icons standing tall in the ring as the show fades to black.​

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WrestleMania Review:

-First match was alright, good enough to get the crowd started. I was never a big fan of MITB Ladder Matches but Morrison winning is interesting.

-Expected Nexus to win and it's nice to see HBK return at WrestleMania. Hoping that he gets involved in the feud somehow.

-Taker extends his streak and it should never be beaten by anyone. Good match writeup though.

-Didn't expect Rey to win but I guess the aftermath spells a feud starting after this.

-I like Bryan and it's a good call not to make him win but instead, he gets credit for his effort. Makes it a win-win situation for both superstars.

-Orton retaining is alright to me. Ending could have been better but I expect Orton to hold on to the title for quite awhile.

-The TLC match in my opinion should have headlined WrestleMania, maybe because I've always like the tradition of the Rumble winner main eventing WM. Christian winning is a good call and I expect a big push for him now.

-Rock/Cena was well written and it was an amazing main event to close the show. Cena winning and the scenes at the end of the show must have been huge. Overall a good wrestlemania, not the best yet not the worst. 7/10. Looking forward to your show now.

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THat's a fucking awesome poster, who designed that? I also enjoy your writing style, the perfect amount of detail, and I was quite surprised by who won the Main vent. Good Luck
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