So if the last time you saw Kurt wrestle (not counting his brief nothingburger at Survivor Series last year) was One Night Stand 2006...yeah: Temper your expectations.
After all, he's going to be defeating Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship and doing what should have been done several years ago.
There's a ton of other cool stuff happening with Wrestlemania this weekend, but if you're not a huge WWE fan, most of it will be secondary to you. "So, I'm going to miss it". Now, New Orleans and WrestleMania 34 will be where Bryan makes his in-ring return, it could be the last of Lesnar in the company before he heads back to UFC, and we're still waiting to see if The Undertaker is going to take John Cena up on his challenge.
Kid Rock was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame and as the tradition goes, he will be present at WrestleMania 34. So, with that being said, here is the first look at part of the WrestleMania 34 stage. Bryan gave a small preview of the gear he'll wear on Sunday to face Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens along with partner Shane McMahon, but he's still deciding between two very different options. From the video packages to the extended mysteries to the absolutely incredible match between Balor and Rollins, this is a go-home show that, while not exactly the most compelling Raw, is certainly a fitting end to the Red brand's Road to WrestleMania. Daniel Bryan's return must be high up? Their match was rated four and three-quarter out of five stars by The Wrestling Observer Magazine's Dave Meltzer. My belief is that due to his age, this might be the last time Lesnar is in a WWE ring for a Wrestlemania match. If there was ever a time for him to come through, it's now.
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Tune in to WrestleMania 34 tomorrow to see what The Undertaker's role will be for the big show. Some big names are being tossed in her like Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, and Bayley...even Carmella who still holds the Money in the Bank briefcase. While it does feature what should be a mat classic between Mike Quackenbush and David Starr, it also has Nick Gage vs. Penta El 0M in a match that has me cringing at the violence already and is headlined by Joey Janela vs. Miz was laying it on pretty thick on "Raw" about how fatherhood has made him a changed man, but I'm not buying it. He has been a great Intercontinental champion.
All it needs is a little brains, and possibly a little BRAUUUUUUUUUUUN (pls).
The most interesting thing about this match is who Braun's partner will be. "Don't tempt me with a good time!"
SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. Adding him to the Randy Orton vs. Bobby Roode vs. Jinder Mahal match was smarter as it immediately breathed new life into that stagnant program. I find it hard to get all that excited about who win's this one, though Matt Hardy and Goldust have been having a lot of fun on social media hyping up how much they want to win the statue of Andre, but that isn't enough to make me care about this one. The win made The Bar five-time tag team champions, which is insane given how this tag team started out nearly two years ago.
Of those that have been announced to this point, there really aren't any obvious winners.