Fans at the Superdome in New Orleans and at Miller’s Davie Ale House in South Florida were stunned, disbelief. Their faces told the ending of the story.
The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar did what 21 others couldn’t. The former WWE and UFC champ beat the Undertaker, pinning The Deadman at a WrestleMania. What?
Slow motion as referee Chad Patton’s hand hit the mat on “three” to end the streak at WrestleMania 30 on Sunday, April 6.
Why didn’t Undertaker kick out? Did Taker think two count? Did the ref count too fast?
No. No. No.
Paul Heyman’s client won. Heyman gleeful. Lesnar proud. Fans shocked.
The distraught look of fans priceless.
The Undertaker received a standing ovation from the Superdome audience and those at Miller’s Davie Ale House.
It took a while for the crowd to realize what occurred, and by the time Daniel Bryan won the triple threat main event match to become the new WWE World champ, order restored (for the moment).
Bryan and the WWE Universe left the Superdome happy. The “Yes Movement” concluded the show with Bryan hoisting both titles (one in each hand) over his head, fireworks, pyro and everyone chanting “Yes” with fingers pointing No.1 in the air.
Not even Triple H, Stephanie McMahon and a sledgehammer could stop him.
Stephanie McMahon slaps Bryan a few times to distract him, and The Game then destroys his already injured arm/shoulder.
Will Bryan be physically well enough to wrestle in the main event?
The Shield quickly beat the New Age Outlaws and Kane.
Slam City segment with Sgt. Slaughter, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase, Ricky the Dragon Steamboat, Evil Referee Dangerous Danny Davis and Ron Simmons. DiBiase’s maniacal laugh and of course “Damn!”
Andre The Giant Memoiral Battle Royal
Final Four: Big Show, Sheamus, Alberto Del Rio, Cesaro
Final Two: Big Show, Cesaro
Cesaro picks up and bodyslams Big Show over the top rope.
Women Voodoo dancing in New Orleans to open the Wyatt family entrance
Bray Wyatt: “New Orleans. We’re Here.”
John Cena pins Bray Wyatt
After the match, Cena hugs his dad and Rock’s mom, Ata Johnson.
Introducing the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2014
Jake The Snake Roberts, Mr. T, Paul Bearer, Carlito, Lita, Razor Ramon and Ultimate Warrior
AJ Lee retains her WWE Divas title in the Vickie Guerrero Divas Invitational.
Mean Gene Okerlund, in tux, interviewing WrestleMania 1 main event competitors Hulk Hogan, Mr. T, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Paul Mr. Wonderful Orndorff. Cameo by Pat Patterson.
Welcome Bob Backlund, Dusty Rhodes, Bret Hitman Hart, Harley Race and Bruno Sammartino.
Hogan said Silverdome (WrestleMania 3 flashback) but corrected himself to the delight of the Superdome crowd who let him know his faux pas.
Crash of glass interrupts Hogan, and Stone Cold Steve Austin brings the crowd to its feet at the Superdome, Miller’s Davie Ale House and would have the Silverdome, too.
Stone Cold WrestleMania count to the tune of “What.”
And then The Great One’s turn. The Rock, the most Electrifying Man in Sports and Entertainment, appears to his original Rock theme (not the Rocky Maivia cut).
WrestleMania Moment: Photo opt: Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock in the middle of the ring to open WrestleMania 30.
Rock still has it on the mic. The U Attitude. The Rock, one of the best ever to cut a promo. Hogan ends the awesome promo, mentioning brother and Superdome as the three icons chuckle along with the crowd in the Superdome and at Miller’s Davie Ale House.
Hey G-Man, hockey during WrestleMani 30? Well, Go Panthers.
Plenty of “Yes” signs.
Scott Fishman noticed this sign in the crowd: “Cena wins or we Wyatt.”
David sported his Goldberg shirt.
David Harvey, Greg “Rock Jr.” Spindell, Mike Spindell and Phil were also there. In honor of newest WWE Hall of Famer Razor Ramon, Phil wore black-n-white nWo.
Ryan Mackey was there as well as Brian Emanuel, rooting for Daniel Bryan. Dylan Mackey for John Cena and Sara Pritchard going old school for Mr. Bob Backlund. They were joined by Amanda Bates and Sean McQueen.
The Shield was in the house, Miller’s Davie Ale House. The Johnsons (Chris, Jason, Nicholas) couldn’t wait to see The Shield compete. Jason and Nicholas also awaited the Undertaker.
Many Daniel Bryan fans at Miller’s Davie Ale House. Christian Cervantes, Craig Delmundo and Leo Cervantes had their Daniel Bryan T-shirts. Javier Palomino was hoping CM Punk returns, and muscleman Leonel Vargas cheered Batista.