WrestleMania 35: 5 Entrances we need to see
- WrestleMania is the time to go all out and often the entrances provide the best spectacle, so who is it that steals the spotlight this year
Joan Jett is going to rock MetLife Stadium with a live rendition of 'Bad Reputation' as Ronda Rousey storms into the arena. It will make for a special champions entrance for WrestleMania's first ever main event headlined by the women of WWE. A historic sight like that deserves the traditional pomp and circumstance of the grandest stage of them all.
Yet the pageantry of WrestleMania and its wild entrances isn't just relegated to the main event or the big matches. Now and then WrestleMania's undercard manages to steal the show, not just through slick combat but also some crazy innovative entrances. As it is the biggest night of the year, superstars are on high alert to kick it into the next gear.
Extravagance alone doesn't add to the wow factor, rather, entrances get a touch of power from the substance behind them. Whether it be John Cena's look back into Chicago history at WrestleMania 22, or something as simple as Daniel Bryan's glorious in-ring return last year. With that in mind, this year provides a stirring chance to see what some superstars have in store.
So here's a look-see at the five WrestleMania entrances that could shine the brightest, and of course some honorable mentions as well. Before we highlight the major ones, let's begin with memorable mentions:
'Beastslayer' Seth Rollins: Rollins has the tradition of really bringing it when it counts, especially as he tweaks his costuming and entrance to either a pop cultural rendition such as last years Game of Thrones homage or into the story he is playing such as his Golden Knight with a fiery torch to burn down Triple H's authority as the Kingslayer (WrestleMania 33). This year as he faces the task of bringing down Brock Lesnar once and for all, a Beat Master or is it Beast Slayer mode will surely get activated.
'Stone Cold' Becky Lynch: It's hard to determine what else of Irish heritage can Becky Lynch add to her big match entrances, that she already hasn't. With the no-frills attitude of her 'The Man' character, it would suit Becky not to go too grand and instead keep it plain and simple. Maybe even get into her opponents heads by mocking their tradition, especially 'Ronnie' if Becky can manage a UFC Shoot style entrance to the ring.
What will Triple H Do?: This one's a good question, The Game goes big when it comes to his Wrestlemania entrances. Much like his matches in the past decade, each of his entrances has been escalating exercises in excess. With Stephanie most likely out of the picture, this year provides a chance to do a bit different from the hardass Biker gimmick of old.