So our belated and beleagured journey through Wrestlemania weekend comes to a conclusion with the big one…Wrestlemania 25.
We arrived at Reliant Stadium not knowing that the tag team unification match had been moved to a dark match. Just further proof as to how far tag team wrestling has fallen in the eye of the “E” since X7.
At that event, the Dudleys, Hardys and Edge & Christian fairly stole the show with their TLC match.
Here we had the Colon taking on Morrison and the Miz in a lumberjack match in which the ring was surrounded by a bunch of guys who wouldn’t have otherwise made the broadcast. The match was already underway when we arrived. I was rooting for Morrison and the Miz, since I still think Morrison is the next big thing. They lost the match, but all four guys put on a solid performance.
Then we had the obligatory introductions, countdowns and pyrotechnics.
Then we went straight into the action.
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