What was supposed to be the greatest WrestleMania of all time may have lived up to the bold claim, as WrestleMania XXVIII came through with the spectacle, drama and competition.
The Rock and John Cena capped off an emotionally charged night filled with a lot of good and very little bad.
The biggest winners of the night were the consumers, as they were treated to three top-notch main events and a more-than-serviceable undercard. But who were the winners and losers of WrestleMania in terms of the talent?
Daniel Bryan came into WrestleMania with momentum, having been the world heavyweight champion for all of 2012, and scoring a pinfall victory over Sheamus on RAW.
But after losing his title in less than 20 seconds to open the show, he was one of the night's big losers. What about the rest?
The Undertaker entered with 19 consecutive WrestleMania matches in perhaps the most meaningful record in all of sports and entertainment.
Did he prove to be a big winner on the biggest night in wrestling yet again?
The Rock and John Cena had been at the epicenter of hype leading up to their big showdown in Miami. So were both men able to either live up to or surpass their unprecedented yearlong buildup?
All this and much more as Big Nasty and B/R video break down the biggest night in pro wrestling.
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