WrestleMania 30: Greatest Rivalries in History of Marquee PPV

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WrestleMania 30: Greatest Rivalries in History of Marquee PPV
Credit: WWE.com

WrestleMania.

The Showcase of the Immortals.

The Grandaddy of Them All.

The biggest event of the year.

Throughout the three-decade history of the event, WrestleMania has played host to some of the most colorful characters, the biggest celebrities and the most memorable and influential matches professional wrestling has ever seen.

It has also been home to some of the greatest rivalries in WWE history. Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant, The Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels and The Rock vs. John Cena are feuds that have culminated with marquee matches on the grandest stage in entertainment. They are rivalries and feuds that have helped to define WrestleMania and give it that sense of importance that other pay-per-view offerings simply do not carry.

This year's event features a few feuds capable of one day joining this list. Daniel Bryan vs. Triple H, John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt and Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar are the headlining stories leading into the April 6 event, and whether they live on in immortality the way those you are prepared to read about do remains to be seen.

What is certain is that they will have to prove to be truly special if they want to overcome any of the following feuds and the industry giants that have competed in them. 

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