WWE Wrestlemania 33 in pictures
A look back at some of the best moments from WrestleMania 33 that were caught on camera!
The smoke is finally clearing over Orange County as fans return home and attempt to get back into the daily grind of “normal life.” Make no mistake, fans are already counting down the days to WrestleMania 34 and many of those same fans that made the trek to Orlando this year are making plans to be a part of next years spectacle as WrestleMania returns to The Big Easy at the Mercedes-Superdome in New Orleans.
Now that we have a chance to reflect on this year’s WrestleMania, we are once again reminded why ‘Mania is the biggest and greatest sports entertainment event of all-time.
As a fan of over 30 years and one who has had the opportunity to attend several major sporting events, including The World Series, The Superbowl and of course Wrestlemania, I can firmly attest that WrestleMania is above all other similar events, in regards to overall entertainment value.
Simply put, there's just nothing that comes close to even comparing to WrestleMania.
If you are an avid online reader, you have probably read a plethora of articles related to WrestleMania 33. Whether it's been about the electric return of The Hardy Boyz, The departure of The Undertaker or anything else surrounding ‘Mania, you have probably seen it all by this point.
While I personally enjoy reading what others have to say about anything associated with the industry, I completely understand why some are just ready to move on. But, before you do move on, let's take one more look back at this year's Ultimate Thrill-Ride that was WrestleMania 33.
However, let's take a look back in a slightly different way, here's a look back at WrestleMania 33....in pictures.
Pre-Show: Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal
Winner: Mojo Rawley
The participants filled the ring in preparation for the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal, on the WrestleMania 33 pre-show. This particular match is growing into something that I am actually enjoying.
Each year there are new surprise entrants, which provides the relatively new Superstars with an opportunity to get a feel of WrestleMania.
Speaking of surprises, no one expected NFL player Rob Gronkowski to get involved in the Battle Royal. Nonetheless, Rob’s buddy, Mojo Rawly also surprised the WWE Universe by coming out on top, as the last man standing in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal.