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This point is almost a continuation of the last one.
With the aforementioned returns of the likes of Lesnar and The Rock, WWE programming has been particularly promo-heavy in recent weeks, with little in-ring action, and in some cases, complete absences of the company’s top stars.
Consequently, there has been a large amount of criticism aimed at the WWE for what has been deemed as a fairly lacklustre WrestleMania build.
Granted, the sporadic appearances of certain stars hasn’t helped proceedings, but ultimately, their involvement in the pay-per-view will dramatically add to the spectacle of WrestleMania.
Furthermore, the WWE has given a lot more time to mid-card feuds involving the likes of the Shield, Team Hell No, Wade Barrett, and of course, Fandango in recent weeks—and what started out as a pretty slow build has steadily been gathering some pretty solid momentum.
It may not have been the perfect build, but all-in-all I think we can be satisfied with what we’ve been given.
The key question here, though, is whether or not you are satisfied with the weeks of preparation that the WWE have put into the biggest show of the year, and are you indeed ready for WrestleMania 29?