You're saying that everyone was most anticipated for the Kofi and Women's match and it's not even up for debate. Whether you're sick of Lesnar or not, he's a huge draw and his matches always feel special. You can't seriously be telling me that Kofi Kingston and Becky Lynch are a bigger draw than Lesnar. And for that reason it is arguable that it was the most anticipated match. The two world title matches always will be arguably the most anticipated, the only real exception to this was when the world heavyweight title was devalued to an upper mid card title 6-8 years or so ago.
It IS actually unquestionable based on reactions/investment from crowds leading up to this WM. There has been way more interest in both Lynch/Ronda/Charlotte and Daniel Bryan/Kofi than there have been for Seth/Lesnar and that is undeniable if you watched the shows. That's the definition of anticipated, what people are looking forward to seeing, are excited about and invested in.
What can be argued, however, is that Kofi/Bryan had more anticipation going into mania than the triple threat in the end because it was simply just well done, booking wise from the get go. Majority of people are indeed sick of Lesnar's shit hence why they don't anticipate, look forward to or are invested as much in this angle as they would be if the fucking moron had actually showed up on a weekly basis to sell and promote the match, showing he gives a fuck about being there. You know if you show you don't give a shit about the title you're holding, why should fans care? Just because of name value? Doesn't work that way. Sure there are always gonna be some people that like Brock regardless because they are blinded by his size and ability when he gives a shit, but majority know's he rarely does.
The Seth vs Lesnar match was more about people just wanting to see everyone take the belt of Lesnar, and not for the right reasons which would be if he was a great heel, he hasn't been. He has literally held the belt hostage and not had it being seen on RAW majority of the last few years, it devalues the belt and the entire product. This match was more about it being a relief the belt was finally back on a full timer (which on the following RAW was what the entire crowd was even chanting), than it was about Seth Rollins and I like Seth and I find it sad.
Case in point, even at WM, Lesnar couldn't be bothered to give a shit with putting on a real match that could have elevated Seth and the championship and just did something fucking stupid and didn't put either of the 2 over, there was no actual match, just a segment leading to a 2min squash that makes no sense if you actually take into account what you tried to say earlier, that he is the most dominant champion in years, he didn't look it did he?