WWE WrestleMania 32 - 5 things from the show that could have been better

Brock Lesnar emerges to battle Dean Ambrose in a No Holds Barred Street Fight.
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The biggest WrestleMania of all time had many great moments and many moments that put a lump in your throat. Make no mistake, this was a show of shows. It made you celebrate the pleasant surprises, it made you sign heavily with disappointment and sadness, it also made you angry.

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There were cool moments. More on that later. But there were also decisions that made some fans scratch their heads. The extravagance covered up some of the matches that were given no hope to thrive since the beginning, but some bouts just did not live up to the hope and hype.

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Here are 5 things from the 32nd edition of the grandest show of them all that could have been better – 

1) The Roman Empire

He might be champion but the Empire still needs support

The boos were visceral. This isn’t an empire that stands for this king. The audience cheered every bit of The Authority even after that spitefully terrific entrance of corporate drones and Stephanie McMahon tearing everyone apart verbally. Thy audience believes they’re owned by The Authority and would not take Reigns as their king.

The authoritative entrance could have been so much more effective if the opponent was actually a person people wanted to see beat down the Authority. Instead, this was a main event on a night where fan favourites like Dean Ambrose, AJ Styles and Shane McMahon lost to performers who did not actually need a win.

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Published 04 Apr 2016
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