It was the biggest crowd in WrestleMania history. A total of 101,763 people packed AT&T Stadium for WrestleMania 32. If you love professional wrestling, it doesn’t get any better than this show. WrestleMania has become bigger than professional wrestling. It’s a pop culture event. And for the MMA hardcores out there, the show has an MMA feel to it as well. Mauro Ranallo called the pre-show. Brock Lesnar was there. And I stopped counting the submission holds at 75 attempts.
Seven-Man Ladder Match – Kevin Owens (c) vs. Sami Zayn vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Zack Ryder vs. Sin Cara vs. The Miz vs. Stardust
It’s the Kevin Owens show. The crowd pops for Owens and Sami Zayn, and everyone else here is just a prop. A great prop, though. All of these guys are great performers. Sami Zayn stole the show early with an amazing dive through a ladder to the outside. Sin Cara jumped off a ladder, into a springboard off the top rope to the outside on the six other combatants. Kevin Owens dove from the top rope onto Zayn, in a move that Owens was probably second-guessing seconds after he hit it. Zach Ryder had his WrestleMania moment, diving off a 20-foot ladder onto Dolph Ziggler. Sin Cara was pushed off the top of ladder by Kevin Owens onto Stardust, breaking the ladder, to a huge pop from the crowd. The match ended with Sami Zayn slamming Owens off the ladder, into a ladder on the ground. And then, in perhaps the most unbelievable moment in WWE history, and I am not joking, when it looked like The Miz was about to win, none other than, yes, Zach F’N Ryder pushed The Miz off the ladder, to grab the belt and win the intercontinental title. Ryder, the jobber, ….View full article