We’ll catch up on results one of these days, but until then, let us know what the other best match on this card was besides Undertaker vs. Triple H (which, for the record, was panned by the Stunt Granny members who were there live. We haven’t stopped snoring since.)
Another good time had by the majority of the Stunt Granny crew (a better time would have been had with Dusty, but it’s that way with everything in life). An outdoor WrestleMania, a great main event, and nearly being immolated by a fireworks display gone awry. All that and 80 extra pounds combined!
It’s the first WrestleMania attended by the entire Stunt Granny crew (and our last one as members of PWTorch.com… go VIP!), and it was a good one. Not just because Mr. Kennedy said “BANK!” twice in his backstage promo, either. You tell us, though, what the best matches of the night were.
Hey, it’s the first WrestleMania attended by Eric, and the first WrestleMania attended by more than one member of the Stunt Granny crew (Dusty & Eric). A hell of a weekend, capped off with a pretty damn good card. Which matches do you remember most fondly?
Here’s a mixed bag: WrestleMania 21, a card full of good matches on paper (sprinkled with some obvious stinkers) but that no one really remembers outside of the crownings of John Cena and Batista and the great match featuring Shawn Michaels. Please, gut-check yourself before you vote for Akebono vs. Big Show.
After some serious YouTube and DailyMotion hunting, I think this is as close to the full matches as we’re going to get on both of these winners. Chris Benoit vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Triple just killed it, and Eddie Guerrero vs. Kurt Angle was heart-stopping. Here they are, in pieces, for your enjoyment.
Hard to believe it’s been 10 years since Steve Austin’s last match against the Rock and since this epic Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho match (especially since they brilliantly revisited that feud five years later, which was five freaking years ago). Bask!