WrestleMania 27 ebbed and flowed between special and mediocre in 2011. Even with the added ingredients of Hollywood stars like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, there were too many short comings to cover up.
What viewers did see is that it is time to cut ties with some older talents with an eye on the future.
While few wanted Edge to win, he did in a rather bland way. He even celebrated by damaging a Rolls Royce, thinking it was a cool move. The only reality is now is the time to let him go to TNA with the other has-beens.
The inter-gender match with "Jersey Shore" star Snooki was disgusting when the tub of lard somehow did flips and exposed a belly that Rikishi would think is too large. Thankfully this match was fast, as the eight-man tag featuring the boring and untalented Core was fast.
While the best matches did not involve championships, one of the more disappointing was the Undertaker vs. Triple H, Vince McMahon's son-in-law. The Undertaker did a great job selling the match, but Triple H got exposed as the overrated daddy's boy (who screwed Brett Hart) that he is.
He came up short, leaving fans hoping Shawn Michaels, aka HBK, would come to his rescue to liven up the match. Both of the HBK-Undertaker matches were vastly superior, and hopefully Triple H got the hint it is time to retire and take over for daddy in the offices.
The final match of the night between Miz and John Cena was a boring finale, even more boring than the King vs. Cole joke of a match. Cena is too popular with the kids with his phony Eminem act, but it is time for the WWE to stop giving this guy belts.
Here are the five best moments of the 2011 WrestleMania.