The WrestleMania XXVIII card is stacked with talent that can steal the show and be the person most remembered from the pay-per-view. However, a wrestler like Dolph Ziggler, who’s known to steal the show and be a showoff, will be one of the wrestlers who’ll do so after an epic performance.
Ziggler has the tendency to show off and steal the show whenever he’s on television. He’s separated himself from some of the other mid-card wrestlers by performing in two matches in multiple pay-per-views recently.
However, at WrestleMania XXVIII, Dolph is in a match with 11 other wrestlers.
But because of his ability to stand out from the other wrestlers at Ziggler’s level right now, he can be the person that the WWE universe remembers the most from his match.
He has to get the winning pin fall after hitting the Zig Zag on someone like Kofi Kingston, R-Truth or Santino Marella.
By getting the winning pin, he will be the person who’s most remembered from the other superstars in the match. Ziggler has been known to show off and steal the show, and he will be the person who is most remembered from the 12-man tag-match from his excellent mat skills and smug personality.
Punk is the most talented wrestler in the WWE right now. Despite his other great WrestleMania moments that he’s had in the past, this match against Chris Jericho will be the match that he is remembered for the most whenever his career is over.
If Punk were facing someone other than Jericho, then he would not have as good of a chance to steal the show. But, because Jericho can match ability wise, and ring psychology wise, it will prove to be one of, if not the best, matches of the night.
Punk will give the viewers at home and at Sun Life Stadium a classic 25-minute match where the fans are drawn in for the entire match.
He will get the pin fall at the end, after a couple of false finishes.
These two wrestlers recently are some of the best talent that the WWE has. They will be pushing themselves to out-do each other and provide us with some of the best wrestling that we’ve ever seen.