The card for Wrestlemania tonight looks, well, interesting, compared to previous years. I don't want to sound like a grumpy of old man by complaining about the matches, the build-up or the wrestlers meant something in years gone by, but considering the state of the WWE right now and being the positive person I am, this year's wrestlemania could be better than we expect.
In order to prove this a mere 11 hours before the granddaddy of them all I'm going to try and highlight the best wrestlemania has to offer at the moment. Some of the matches, although seem bad on paper, could work out well for the WWE and the wrestlers if maybe booked right. But, let's not kid ourselves, there will be one or two matches that will suck harder than a young Missy Hyatt.
Below in the whole wrestlemania card. In the following slides I'm going to start with the bad and work my way up to what could be the best matches on the card. But just to give you an idea of my mindset I got to say although there have been some bad things already this year in the WWE and wrestling, there have been some positives and that's how I'm looking at things. I may be slightly too optimistic but who knows, its the biggest night of the year in terms of wrestling, the big E could surprise everyone.
I'll also rank the matches on two basis. First there value as wrestling matches and then there value in terms of entertainment and by entertainment I mean things that would put a smile on your face.
The Rock hosts Wrestlemania
Rey Mysterio V Cody Rhodes
United States Champion Sheamus V Bryan Danielson
Big Show, Kane, Santino Marella and Vladimir Kozlov V The Core (Wade Barett, Ezekiel Jackson, Heath Slater and Justin Gabriel)
Randy Orton V CM Punk
John Morrison, Trish Stratus and Snooki V Dolph Ziggler and Lay-Cool
Jerry Lawler V Michael Cole with special referee 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin
World Heavyweight Champion Edge W/ Christian V Alberto Del Rio W/ Brodus Clay
The Undertaker V Triple H (No Holds Barred)
WWE champion The Miz V John Cena