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5 most memorable Wrestlemania Moments of the 2010s

Harsh Agrawal
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Bryan defeated the odds
Bryan defeated the odds

Wrestlemania is the biggest annual wrestling show in WWE. It is the time when the wrestlers and fans are equally excited to produce something grand and marvelous that will be long remembered. We have witnessed many big moments being created on the Show of Shows which will be cherished forever.

Even the management saves big matches for the April pay-per-view, like the debut of Ronda Rousey, the brief return of stars like The Undertaker, Rock, and Batista, as this is the time when they have the biggest audience, and the presence of this stars just makes the event more special.

Since its that time of the year when the Road to Wrestlemania is about to begin, let's look at some of the most memorable moments from the show in the recent past.



#5 The Heist of the Century (2015)

Seth Rollins with the 'Heist of the Century'
Seth Rollins with the 'Heist of the Century'

The match between Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 31 got many fans excited as it was the encounter between two "Vince's guys". Brock was the man of big moments and was portrayed as an untouchable beast, and Roman was handpicked by Vince to be the next big thing in WWE.

Unlike their Wrestlemania 34 encounter, this match was really good, with Brock dominating most of the time, but Roman made a comeback by spearing The Beast Incarnate twice in a row. It seemed like Roman is going to triumph but the management had other plans.


While Roman was attempting another Superman Punch, Brock countered it for an F-5, which triggered the best moment of the entire night. Seth Rollins ran down the ramp to cash in his Money in the Bank contract, advancing this good match to an all-time great.

After a small sequence, Rollins hit a curb stomp on Roman for the victory - completing the 'heist of the century'.

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