WWE: Random Thoughts Heading To Wrestlemania

BenContributor IMarch 2, 2010

HOUSTON, TX - APRIL 5: (L-R) Actor Mickey Rourke celebrates as Ric Flair looks on after besting WWE Superstar Chris Jericho during WrestleMania 25 at Reliant Stadium on April 5, 2009 in Houston, Texas.  (Photo by Bill Olive/Getty Images)
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Haven't writen an article in a few weeks, this isn't a normal article just a collection of random thoughts. here goes... 

Wrestlemania looks to be a brilliant card, possibly the best I have seen in the last 10 years. Although it looks like there is a huge amount of matches and is going to be hard to fit it all in and give each match the right time.

I cannot wait for the Jericho Vs Edge match, two of my favourite wrestlers headlining wrestlemania, I hope this is the final match of the night.

Bret Hart is heading to Wrestlemania, cannot wait to see what happens and hope the match goes well.

What Batista is doing as a heel right now is unbelievably good. The best work hes ever done. The promo with Cena on Raw was incredible, I was shocked. He could end up being one of the best heels of the past 10 or more years.

CHEECH AND CHONG ARE THE WORST GUEST HOSTS I HAVE EVER SEEN! THE CEREAL THING WAS SO STUPID!!

MARIAS BEEN RELEASED!! NOOO!!! She was so good to look at despite not doing much else.

 

 

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