5 biggest winners from WrestleMania 34
The biggest carnival in pro wrestling – WrestleMania weekend is finally over. Exceptionally brilliant wrestling matches, entertainment, surprises, shocking returns, and splitting the opinions on various decisions, WWE managed to tick all the boxes at the New Orleans event.
The weekend kicked off with WrestleMania Axxess - The Wrestling Convention for the fans around the globe. WWE Hall of Fame 2018 took place on Friday where Goldberg headlined the class of 2018.
After 2 days of non-wrestling fun, it was time for some serious wrestling. We were treated to 5 days of non-stop wrestling, with NXT Takeover on Saturday, The Greatest Spectacle in Sports Entertainment – Wrestlemania 34 on Sunday followed by Raw after Mania, SmackDown Live and NXT: Takeover fallout.
The entire event was a grand success for WWE. On that note, we take a look at 5 biggest winners from the 7-day pro wrestling carnival.
#5 Bray Wyatt
The man who walked into Wrestlemania 33 as the WWE Champion was not even on the kick-off show this year.
The Eater of Worlds has been a victim of poor booking decisions and despite being part of an interesting storyline against Woken Matt Hardy, Wyatt’s career was going downhill.
But WWE made the right decisions this time to save Bray Wyatt’s career. Wyatt was thrown into the Lake of Reincarnation after his Ultimate Deletion by Matt Hardy. And man, he was reincarnated in the best possible way.
Wyatt surprised everyone with his return to the ring during Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal and helped Matt Hardy to win the match. He later celebrated Matt's victory, confirming the arrival of Woken Bray Wyatt.
Wyatt’s push did not stop just there. He teamed up with Matt Hardy on Raw after Mania in the tag team eliminators and defeated Titus Worldwide. The Woken duo will face The Revival next week and the winner of that match will take on The Bar for the vacant Raw tag team titles at the Greatest Royal Rumble.
We can only see one winner next week and can expect Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy to take on The Bar. From no-show on the Wrestlemania card to the tag team title match, Bray Wyatt was one of the biggest winners after WrestleMania 34.