WrestleMania weekend is supposedly the biggest weekend of the year for World Wrestling Entertainment. Legends from the past are brought back and are featured in front of adoring audiences, new stars are presented to casual fans, and storylines are finished off to kick off the company's “new year.” WrestleMania 32 weekend had many highs and also many lows, and some of the most memorable moments that occurred between Friday and Sunday had nothing to do with the WrestleMania card. NXT Takeover: Dallas may, when all was said and done, have been the best show that the WWE put on over WrestleMania weekend.
Both NXT Takeover: Dallas and WrestleMania 32 presented fans with multiple quality matches that will be worth re-living via the WWE Network. Takeover gave fans a debut that was followed by arguably the best match that has occurred underneath the WWE umbrella for several years. A trio of women stole the show at WrestleMania 32 during a match that will hopefully be a preview of what is to come for that division of the WWE roster. WrestleMania weekend may not have gone as everybody predicted ahead of time, but there is little question that diehard WWE fans who pay $9.99 a month for the WWE Network received great value for their money over the three-day weekend.
10 Michael Hayes' Hall of Fame Speech
9 The Rock's Segment
8 Chris Jericho vs AJ Styles
7 Sting's Retirement
6 Shane McMahon's Dive
5 American Alpha vs The Revival
4 Asuka vs Bayley
3 Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match
2 Charlotte vs Becky Lynch vs Sasha Banks
1 Shinsuke Nakamura vs Sami Zayn
Fans in the arena chanted “This is awesome” as Shinsuke Nakamura and Sami Zayn stared at each other before the start of the match. Those fans were not wrong, as “awesome” only begins to describe what was the best match of WrestleMania weekend. Nakamura and Zayn performed a match that was different than what we are used to seeing on WWE television, and that it was unique helped make it stand out on what was already a fantastic card. NXT continues to be the top product produced by the WWE, and casual fans who missed NXT Takeover: Dallas need to stop reading and fire up the WWE Network to watch that show immediately.
Leave A Comment
Looking for an AD FREE EXPERIENCE on TheRichest?Get Your Free Access Now!