WWE Wrestlemania 30: Stars Who Shined the Brightest on Big Stage

The Doctor Chris Mueller@@BR_DoctorFeatured ColumnistApril 7, 2014

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WrestleMania 30 was a memorable night to say the least. The big takeaway from the event will be different for many fans. Some will harp on Undertaker's loss, while others will celebrate Daniel Bryan's title win.

Many big moments took place, but a few Superstars made history.



Cesaro and Jack Swagger made their own little WrestleMania moment by breaking up as a tag team during the pre-show, but Cesaro would come back later and cement his legacy.

During the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal we saw a few great spots, but nothing else stood out more than Cesaro picking Big Show up and tossing him over the top rope for the win.

It usually takes several Superstars to toss the giant over the top, but the Swiss Superman did it all on his own.

In a moment that brought back memories of Hulk Hogan slamming Andre, Cesaro created a lasting memory that will no doubt be the beginning of a big singles push for him.


Bray Wyatt and John Cena

Both men helped to sell the story through their performances just as much as through their wrestling in this highly emotional match.

The hero may have walked away with the win, but the villain was the one who really made fans react to what was happening in the ring.

From his incessant taunting to his creepy crab walk, Wyatt played the part to perfection. This match was not billed as one of the main events of the night but certainly had a big-match feel to it.

This is probably not the end of this feud. Wyatt and Cena have a feud that is fresh and works on multiple levels. WWE would be wise to get more time out of it.


The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar

The look on the fans' faces at ringside said it all. The notion of The Streak ending seemed so far-fetched to everyone that the only reaction anyone could muster was dropping their jaws.

The Undertaker's streak has been a major selling point for the pay-per-view for many years, and now that is all over. There is no turning back.

The decision was a clean pin in the middle of the ring. Brock Lesnar did what so many others have failed to do, and it is quite possible that this was the last we will ever see of The Deadman.

Whether you liked this moment or hated it, you had a reaction to it, which was the primary goal. Fans got their big win later when Bryan won the title, but you could feel the deflated crowd take forever to get into the match.


Daniel Bryan

Speaking of the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Daniel Bryan had one of the greatest WrestleMania moments in the history of the event.

Not only did he defeat Triple H in a hard-fought match, but he went on to defy the odds and defeat Randy Orton and Batista to win the title.

Some thought it was all over for the Yes Movement when Bryan was stretchered to the back, but he got off the table and made his way back to the ring.

This is one of those moments that will stick out for years to come on the same level as Shawn Michaels defeating Bret Hart in an Iron Man match.

WrestleMania was a great PPV whether you liked all the outcomes to the matches or not, and Daniel Bryan was the man who was put at the forefront of the whole thing.

The months-long story is finally over. What's next for the leader of the Yes Movement?


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