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3 of the most emotional moments in WrestleMania history

  • WrestleMania is the stage where fables are written, legends are born, and history is made.
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Modified 02 May 2019, 11:00 IST

The end of the Streak felt like the end of our childhoods
The end of the Streak felt like the end of our childhoods

WrestleMania is the biggest stage in all of WWE. It's the place where fables are written, legends are born, and history is made.

Over the course of three and a half decades, WrestleMania has provided several iconic and emotional moments to the WWE Universe. It was the place where Hulk Hogan defeated Andre The Giant, The Rock defeated his childhood hero- Hulk Hogan, The Undertaker and Triple H pushed each other to the limits of human endurance before ‘The Phenom’ finally prevailed, and The Rock and John Cena ‘electrified’ the WWE Universe in what was the biggest match ever, in the history of WretleMania.

In this article, let us look at three of the most emotional moments in WrestleMania history.


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Tears were streaming down the faces of the WWE fans, as the iconic Flair walked into the sunset
Tears were streaming down the faces of the WWE fans, as the iconic Flair walked into the sunset

"I’m sorry. I Love you". Those were the words uttered by Shawn Michaels before delivering the third sweet chin music of the match, and three seconds later, the career of one of the greatest WWE Superstars ever, came to an end, at WrestleMania 24.

 Ric Flair had thrilled and entertained the WWE Universe for more than three decades. Millions of people had grown up watching the exploits of the legendary WWE Superstar.


Both Superstars told a classic story to the fans, both of them delivered an incredible performance inside the ring, and finally when Flair was pinned onto the mat, you could feel the emotion seeping through the entire arena.

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Tears were streaming down the faces of the WWE fans, as the iconic Flair walked into the sunset to mark the end of one of the most celebrated careers in the history of Pro Wrestling.


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Published 02 May 2019, 11:00 IST
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