3 WrestleMania backstage moments that weren't televised originally
WrestleMania is a show that has transcended generations, broken barriers and has turned into a global phenomenon that attracts fans from more than 60 nations every year. Fans from all over the world flock every year to marvel at the pageantry that the WWE presents at the grandest stage of them all! The show of shows has become a week-long festival that includes fan fests, meet ups with the wrestlers, the Hall of Fame ceremony and the RAW after WrestleMania.
The extravaganza used to be four hours in length in the past, but that's not the case anymore. A typical modern day WrestleMania lasts anywhere from 6 to 8 hours, including the pre-show. And even after going through all of this, there's a lot of material that fans don't get to see during the original broadcast. Here are three of the most memorable backstage moments from recent WrestleManias, that weren't originally aired but are must see for every member of the WWE Universe.
#3 Three of the very best, hanging out backstage
Wrestlemania 30 is considered to be one of the greatest events of all time, with the Yes movement coming to it's conclusion and Brock Lesnar breaking the Undertaker's undefeated streak. Moreover, we saw the first ever Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, which was won by Cesaro as he gave everything he had to bodyslam The Bigshow out of the ring,
Another moment that's etched in the fans' memories is when three of the greatest WWE superstars of all time, shared the ring together. The Rock, Stone Cold and Hulk Hogan opened the show to one of the biggest pops of all time! But what happened minutes before this epic confrontation? How was the mood backstage just moments before this iconic moment emanated? Take a look: