WrestleMania 37 results: Powell’s live review of night one featuring Sasha Banks vs. Bianca Belair for the Smackdown Women’s Championship, Bobby Lashley vs. Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods vs. AJ Styles and Omos for the Raw Tag Titles, Bad Bunny and Damian Priest vs The Miz and John Morrison

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

WWE WrestleMania 37 Night One
Aired April 10, 2021 live on Peacock and pay-per-view
Tampa, Florida at Raymond James Stadium

Vince McMahon was introduced. He stood on the stage with the wrestlers. Vince said the fans have been missing over the last year. “As we emerge from this dreadful pandemic, on behalf of our entire WWE family, we would simply like to say thank you and welcome you to WrestleMania,” McMahon said…

Bebe Rexha performed “America The Beautiful” with a guitarist while McMahon and the wrestlers remained on the stage. Two planes flew over the stadium at the end of the song…

A video package aired and noted that the WWE Universe has waited patiently for this moment to arrive. “The biggest live event in sports entertainment is back,” the narrator said. “Back with the spectacle, back with the passion and the pageantry. WrestleMania is back in business.” A British narrator took over and spoke of the company tipping its cap to the various fans in attendance and watching at home via Peacock. “Destiny can’t be stopped, and our adventure continues,” he said. The original narrator welcomed viewers to WrestleMania…

The broadcast team of Michael Cole, Samoa Joe, and Byron Saxton checked in on commentary. Cole said he regretted to inform viewers that they would have to pause for a weather delay. Cole said they had to settle things down just a little bit. The trio spoke about the WWE Championship. Cole created a sports-like vibe by asking Joe about being Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre and what it would be like to now be forced to wait for the match to start.

Sarah Schreiber interviewed Shane McMahon in the backstage area. Shane said he had goosebumps during the opening moment on the stage. He shifted into heel mode by while talking about his match with Braun Strowman.

Bobby Lashley and MVP interrupted. MVP said the time for talking is done. Shane made his exit. He said it’s WrestleMania and the WWE Championship, and it would be the crowning moment of the All Mighty Era. MVP said Drew McIntyre wanted the title back, but that won’t happen.

Drew McIntyre showed up and jawed at MVP, who stood in front of Lashley to keep them apart. McIntyre told Lashley he would drop him where he stood and they could have the match in the backstage area. Jamie Nobel and a referee showed up to keep the peace. MVP escorted Lashley out of the picture.

Schreiber spoke with McIntyre, who said he wasn’t going to lose it. He aid he needed a moment. He spoke about working in front of the fans and the weather not cooperating. “This match will happen tonight,” McIntyre said before walking away…

Kayla Braxton, JBL, and Peter Rosenberg spoke briefly from the Kickoff Show desk…

Backstage, Kevin Patrick interviewed Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods. Woods, who had the sides of his hair colored to match his gear, said they have been the same size their entire careers and indicated that they are comfortable facing wrestlers who are bigger than them. Big E showed up and went into Reverend Brown mode while singing the praises of his New Day brothers…

Cole ruined night one, night two, and the entire spring of 2021 by saying they could call this WrestleRania. Saxton and Joe cringed…

Braun Strowman was interviewed by Schreiber in the backstage area. He’s fighting for all of you stupid people out there…

Patrick tried to interview Kevin Owens, who asked if he could take the microphone. He spoke about facing Sami Zayn in front of 36 people and in front of thousands. He said they’ve done this hundreds of times. He said no two people were looked down on and talked down to by industry experts more than they were. Owens said it’s never been this big or important.

Powell’s POV: Wouldn’t it be great if Vince McMahon watched these impromptu promos and determined that most of them are better than the scripted promos they’ve been doing for far too long?

Cole and Joe stood at ringside with plastic over their heads and bodies. Cole said he was told that they would be able to get underway within five minutes…

Bianca Belair was interviewed by Schreiber in the backstage area. She spoke about putting it all out there and winning the Smackdown Women’s Championship. She said having the fans back is bigger than her and Sasha Banks…

Patrick interviewed Seth Rollins, who intentionally called him Mike, then used his actual name once he was corrected. Patrick brought up Cesaro. Rollins reverted to calling him Mike and then complained about Cesaro disrespecting him. Rollins spoke about how he would beat Cesaro…

The Miz and John Morrison were interviewed by Schreiber. Miz said it wasn’t the Super Bowl or the Grammy Awards, it’s WrestleMania while talking about how they would beat Bad Bunny and Damian Priest…

Braxton, JBL, and Rosenberg spoke briefly. They noted that the announcement had been made that the show would be able to start. They set up a video package on the WWE Championship match…

Powell’s POV: I hope you’re enjoyed this because, unfortunately, the forecast indicates that there could be more delays on Sunday.

Cole, Joe, and Saxton stood at ringside and said the fans were returning to their seats and the severe weather threat had passed…

Ring announcer Greg Hamilton introduced WrestleMania co-host Titus O’Neil, who walked onto the stage and pumped up the crowd. Hamilton introduced Hulk Hogan, who was cheered as he joined O’Neil on the stage. O’Neil welcome viewers to Raymond James Stadium and his city of Tampa.

O’Neil said the weather didn’t matter because they had the energy they’ve been waiting for for a full year. Hogan said he didn’t think the fans heard Titus, who repeated his line. Hogan said they would make history over two nights and would do so by starting with their first match. Hogan spoke about Bobby Lashley, which led to some boos. He mentioned that Lashley would face Drew McIntyre, who received some cheers. They closed with a “whatcha gonna do” bit…

Forty minutes after the top of the hour, McIntyre made his entrance. The Lashley video played and then he and MVP made their entrance…

1. Bobby Lashley (w/MVP) vs. Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship. Mike Rome delivered in-ring introductions for the championship match. The broadcast team members stood at ringside, presumably due to having wet equipment at the desk. Lashley fought off an early armbar attempt.

Lashley performed his one-armed spinebuster to the mat a short time later and got a two count. Lashley went for the Hurt Lock, but McIntyre avoided it. Lashley hoisted him up onto his shoulders, but McIntyre slipped away and fired shots at Lashley in the corner. McIntyre performed an inverted Alabama Slam and covered Lashley for a two count.

Lashley performed another one-handed spinebuster. McIntyre got up and glared at Lashley. Both men trded punches. McIntyre performed a belly to belly suplex, then followed up with a clunky Future Shock DDT. McIntyre repeated the move and it looked better the second time, then he performed it a third time and covered Lashley for another two count.

McIntyre went to the corner and counted down for the Claymore, but Lashley ducked to ringside by MVP. McIntyre ran the ropes and performed a top rope clearing flip dive onto Lashley and MVP. With Lashley back inside the ring, McIntyre went up top and leapt, but Lashley caught him and put him down with a couple of Flatliners.

Lashley went for the Hurt Lock, but McIntyre didn’t let him lock his fingers. McIntyre ran forward and ducked, causing Lashley to go face first into the corner. Lashley went for another spinebuster, but McIntyre countered into a Kimura lock. Lashley reached the ropes to break the hold.

A short time later, McIntyre hit Lashley with a Glasgow Kiss. McIntyre set up for his finisher, but he was distracted by MVP. By the time he went for the move, Lashley avoided it. Lashley put McIntyre in the Hurt Lock. McIntyre powered up and tried to kick off the ropes to break it, but Lashley held on. The referee ended up calling for the bell and Cole emphasized that McIntyre did not tap out…

Bobby Lashley defeated Drew McIntyre in 18:20 to retain the WWE Championship.

Powell’s POV: A good opening match. McIntyre was given multiple outs for losing via the MVP distraction that prevented him from hitting the Claymore Kick, and because he didn’t tap out. The All Mighty Era continues. It will be interesting to see how soon they go back to this. Will they save it for SummerSlam? Will they end up on different brands? It was interesting that Lashley wasn’t as popular with the crowd as some suspected he might be. Granted, it’s one crowd and he was facing the popular McIntyre, but there were some who thought he might be cheered over McIntyre and that was not the case.

Titus O’Neil was backstage with NWO members Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, and Sean Waltman. Bayley showed up and ended up giving the too sweet sign. Only Waltman returned the favor. When everyone walked away, Bayley yelled at Hogan to call her…

2. Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan vs. Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke vs. Natalya and Tamina vs. Naomi and Lana vs. Carmella and Billie Kay in a tag team turmoil match for a shot at the WWE Women’s Tag Titles. Greg Hamilton was the ring announcer. Cole and Corey Graves called the match. Cole and Corey Graves called the match. The teams of Carmella and Kay, and Naomi and Lana started the match.

There was some early clunkiness with Lana and Kay, including a kick from Lana that didn’t even come close. Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler were shown watching the match on a backstage monitor. In the ring, Carmella kicked Lana, which led to Kay rolling up Lana and pinning her with some attempted leverage assistance from Carmella.

Carmella and Billie Kay beat Naomi and Lana in 2:20 to advance.

Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan were the next entrants. Carmella and Kay tried for the same leverage pin that resulted in the first pin, but the referee spotted it. Riott Squad picked up the win shortly thereafter when Morgan pinned Kay.

Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan beat Carmella and Billie Kay in 4:55 to advance.

Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke were out next. Rose slipped on the stage, presumably due to the stage being wet. Rose ran up and jumped on the ropes and had to be held there by Morgan. She performed a superplex, then Brooke performed a swanton, but Morgan reversed the pin and got the win.

Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan beat Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke in 9:20 to advance.

The ring announcer mistakenly announced that Riott Squad had been eliminated. He corrected himself seconds later. Natalya and Tamina were the next entrants. Natalya and Tamina performed their Hart Attack clothesline. Natalya teased applying a Sharpshooter on Riott, but tagged in Tamina instead. Tamina performed a top rope splash on Riott and pinned her to win the match…

Natalya and Tamina beat Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan to win the tag team turmoil in 14:15 to earn a WWE Women’s Championship match on WrestleMania night two.

Powell’s POV: Well, that happened. Neither Rose slipping nor the ring announcer making the wrong call were the most embarrassing moments in this match, which should tell you everything about the match quality.

Ads aired, including a deodorant ad that focused on the WWE 24/7 Championship and plugged the finale of whatever they’ve been doing for the WWE YouTube page…

3. Seth Rollins vs. Cesaro. Cole and Graves called the match. Rollins was out first and then they played the Rollins campaign ad spot before Cesaro made his entrance. The bell rang and then Cesaro charged across the ring and hit Rollins with an uppercut. Rollins came back and performed an early Buckle Bomb.

Rollins performed a suplex into a falcon arrow and got a near fall roughly three minutes in. A couple minutes later, Cesaro performed the Swing with nine revolutions. Graves said Cesaro’s arm was bothering him. Cesaro went for a Sharpshooter, but Rollins reached the ropes.

At 7:45, Cesaro performed a Neutralizer and got a near fall. Rollins countered out of a second Neurtalizer attempt and hit a Pedigree for a good near fall of his own. Rollins stood over Cesaro and boasted that he survived the Neutralizer and the Swing. “I am a god,” Rollins said.

Rollins hit the step-over kick to the back of Cesaro’s head. Cesaro stuffed a Stomp attempt and then put Rollins in an airplane spin, which Cole said Cesaro calls the UFO and noted that he doesn’t use any hands while performing it.

Cesaro performed the Swing again and the live crowd counted the revolutions. They weren’t very good at it. Cole said it was 23 revolutions. Cesaro performed the Neutralizer again and scored the pin…

Cesaro beat Seth Rollins in 11:35.

Powell’s POV: A very good match. The broadcast team laid it on thick for Cesaro, so hopefully the best is yet to come for him. On a side note, a reader named Bob is at the show and mentioned in the comments section (on our free site) that the crowd was actually fairly split during the Lashley vs. McIntyre match. Meanwhile, I wonder what the story is with Tom Phillips. There are reports of a new Raw play by play voice debuting on Monday’s Raw, and Phillips has not called any matches tonight, nor has he been mentioned. Update: Multiple readers have pointed out that Phillips is reportedly off the show due COVID protocols. What a shame. Here’s wishing him the best in his recovery.

Cole and Graves sat at their desk and recapped Jey Uso winning the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, and Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode beating The Street Profits, Alpha Academy, and Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio in a four-way to retain the Smackdown Tag Titles on Friday’s Smackdown…

Kayla Braxton interviewed Smackdown Tag Champions “The Dirty Dawgs” Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode in the backstage area. Ziggler said it finally felt like WrestleMania now that they’ve arrived. She asked them for a prediction on the Raw Tag Title match. Roode said he’s known AJ Styles a long time and he’s learned to never bet against him…

Big E did his New Day introduction bit while standing on the stage, and then Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods made their entrance. Big E headed backstage. Fireworks shot off for the New Day duo. AJ Styles and Omos made their entrance. Omos walked out dressed in regular clothes…

4. Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods vs. AJ Styles and Omos for the Raw Tag Titles. Cole, Joe, and Saxton called the match. Omos wore a sleeveless black shirt and black pants. He teased starting the match, but Styles ended up starting for their team.

At 6:45, Omos tagged in for the first time. The crowd cheered. Woods threw kicks at Omos, who didn’t flinch. Woods dropkicked Omos and bounced off him. Kingston tagged in. Woods went for a cross body block, but bounced off Omos again. Kingston went for a top rope move, but Omos stuffed it.

Omos set up the New Day duo in opposite corners and hit them both with running elbows. Omos gave Woods a backbreaker and then applied a claw that covered his entire face. Omos released the hold and then grabbed Kingston and gave him a backbreaker.

Styles performed a Phenomenal Forearm off the shoulders of Omos and knocked Woods to ringside. Omos picked up Kingston and jawed at him, then gave him a Baldo Bomb. Omos put his foot over Kingston and pinned him…

AJ Styles and Omos defeated Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods in 9:45 to win the Raw Tag Titles.

Powell’s POV: Omos wasn’t asked to do too much. They kept his offense basic, which was smart, but it was hard to get a feel for where he’s at in his development. I was hoping for something that looked a little more devastating than the Baldo Bomb for his finisher.

After some ads, Sasha Banks was shown backstage while Cole talked about her making history again by main eventing WrestleMania… Saxton thanked The Weeknd for delivering one of the WrestleMania theme songs… The cage lowered around the ring and then a video package set up the cage match…

5. Shane McMahon vs. Braun Strowman in a steel cage match. Jerry Lawler sat in on commentary with Cole, Saxton, and Joe. He heeled it up by saying it would be brains over braun and then told jokes about Strowman’s lack of intelligence.

Shane held the cage door closed once Strowman arrived at ringside. Elias and Jaxson Ryker attacked Strowman with a chair. Once Strowman was inside the cage, Elias passed the chair to Shane, who worked over Strowman with it to start the match.

Strowman eventually ditched the chair and told Shane that he was going to get these hands. Strowman was limping. Shane tried to exploit the injury. Shane ducked a couple of punches and then fired away with his own shitty punches. Shane ended up grabbing a piece of sheet metal from the top of the cage and used it as a weapon.

Shane went for a cover, but Strowman kicked out aggressively. Shane tried to leave through the cage door, but Strowman caught him. Strowman ran Shane into the cage wall multiple times.

Shane rallied and put Strowman down with a DDT. Cole said Shane was standing toe to toe with Strowman, then said he shouldn’t be surprised because Shane pulls off miracles inside the ring. Good lord.

Shane performed a Coast 2 Coast and covered Strowman for a near fall. It was obvious that it wasn’t the finish because Strowman stared at the referee as he counted. Elias and Ryker climbed up the cage wall and tried to help Shane over the top. Strowman rammed the cage, causing Elias and Ryker to fall to the floor while Shane fell back inside the ring.

Shane tried to climb over the top of the cage. Strowman followed. For some reason, there was a bag that contained a toolbox attached to the top of the cage. Shane pulled the toolbox out and hit Strowman with it. Shane climbed halfway down the cage and then mocked Strowman, who grabbed his fingers through the cage.

Strowman ripped the cage wall and pulled Shane back inside. Strowman placed Shane on top of the cage and then joined him. Strowman pulled himself to his feet using the cable and then asked Shane who’s stupid now. Strowman tossed Shane off the top of the cage and into the ring.

Strowman could have won, but he returned to the ring (because he’s stupid). Strowman started yelling about how what he was doing was for every person who has ever been called stupid. Strowman performed a running power slam and then scored the pin…

Braun Strowman defeated Shane McMahon in 11:25.

Powell’s POV: Thank you, Braun, for winning that match for anyone who has ever used social media, where we’ve all been called stupid once or a million times. As much as I dreaded this match, Shane tried hard and it was fine for what it was. While we’ve seen Shane fall from higher places, he literally bounced off the mat when he took the bump from the top of the cage. Ouch.

Cole spoke about WrestleMania being in Tampa, and then a bunch of pyro shot off in and around the stadium. Cole spoke about honoring the new Hall of Famers, but he was interrupted by big glasses wearing Bayley, who called him an idiot. A Hall of Fame video aired and then the Class of 2020 were introduced and those who attended the ceremony in person took their moment on the stage…

Steve Austin hosted the WrestleMania 38 ad. It was listed for “April 2022” in Dallas (Arlington), Texas at AT&T Stadium…

Powell’s POV: The date was previously announced as April 3, 2022. They could be leaving it open for the possibility of running another two-day event, but that’s just speculation.

Booker T joined Cole, Saxton, and Joe on commentary for the next match. A bunch of men in bunny costumes hopped down the stage and entered the ring. The Miz and John Morrison made their entrance and did a live version of their “Hey Hey Hop Hop” song. The mics seemed to work for the stadium, but they didn’t have a direct feed for television. They entered the ring and danced with the men in the bunny costumes. Avideo package recapped the feud.

Damian Priest made his entrance and had his hair braided. Bad Bunny made his entrance on the top of a truck that pulled into the venue and then he walked out to his Booker T song…

Powell’s POV: At least the guy who runs the local costume shop got some post Easter rental money for those bunny costumes. I wonder which WWE Performance Center trainees will be able to say that they made their WrestleMania debuts dressed in bunny costumes.

6. Bad Bunny and Damian Priest vs. The Miz and John Morrison. Priest was going to start, but Miz goaded Bunny into starting the match instead. Bunny wore a black long sleeved shirt with 2032 on the front, black pants, and black gloves. Bunny punched Miz to start. Miz called it luck. Bunny tagged him with a second punch.

Bunny got the better of Miz until Miz called for a test of strength and then kicked him. Miz threw Bunny toward the ropes and he took an awkward bump into the ropes. Bunny recovered and performed a swinging head scissors takedown.

Bunny continued to get the better of Miz until he was caught with a boot to the face. Miz sent Bunny to ringside and then distracted the referee while Morrison slammed Bunny’s head on the broadcast table. Back inside the ring, Bunny eventually came back with a tornado DDT out of the corner.

Priest took the hot tag. Priest chokeslammed Miz and had him pinned, but Morrison broke it up. Priest and Bunny performed stereo falcon arrows and that led to a near fall. With Miz and Morrison on the floor, Bunny dove from the top rope onto them.

In the ring, Priest set up for his finisher, but Miz countered into a Skull Crushing Finale. Miz had the pin, but Bunny broke it up. Bunny performed a Canadian Destroyer on Morrison on the floor. Priest and Miz both did the dropped jaw expression while watching from the ring. Priest put Miz on his shoulders and then Bunny performed a cross body block from the top rope onto Miz and scored the pin…

Bad Bunny and Damian Priest beat The Miz and John Morrison in 15:05.

Powell’s POV: Bad Bunny threw better punches in his first match than Shane McMahon throws after all these years. Anyway, Bunny did a really nice job for a celebrity, and Miz especially deserves credit for the work he did with him. Bunny was the story of the match to the point that I’m not sure how much Priest really gained aside from the notoriety of being his partner, but I’m sure he’s not complaining.

Highlights aired of Lashley beating McIntyre to retain the WWE Championship in the opening match… The broadcast team ran through the WrestleMania Night Two lineup… A video package set up the main event…

Bianca Belair made her entrance with a flashy outfit and and then pyro shot off. Sasha Banks was out next and wore a long cape. He hair was green and blue and she had new gear. She had a CGI graphics and then pyro shot off around the building once she made her way to the ring apron…

7. Sasha Banks vs. Bianca Belair for the Smackdown Women’s Championship. Greg Hamilton delivered the in-ring introductions for the title match. Cole and Graves called the match. Cole said it was a historic moment in that two black women were in the main event of WrestleMania.

The bell rang. Belair was in tears and took a moment to compose herself before locking up with Banks. There were dueling chants. Belair went for her finisher early on, but Banks scrambled away. Belair signaled that she was that close to hitting the move.

Banks sent Belair to the floor and then dropkicked her through the ropes. Belair got to the apron and tried to put Banks on her shoulders, but Banks clotheslined her via the top rope and ran her head into the pad. Banks performed a dive through the ropes, but Belair rolled through.

Belair pressed Banks over her head and held her there as she walked up the ring steps and then tossed Banks back inside the ring. Belair went for a standing moonsault, but Banks avoided it and grabbed her long ponytail and went on the offensive.

The match went back to ringside. Banks grabbed the ponytail, but Belair used it to pull Banks into the ring post. Back inside the ring, Belair did squats while holding up Banks before suplexing her. A short time later, Belair performed a standing shooting star press.

Belair went up top and went for a 450 splash, but Banks put her knees up. Belair came back with a pair of powerbombs. Belair went for. third, but Banks slipped away and put her down with a facebuster. Belair executed a tornado DDT for a near fall.

Belair performed a top rope frogsplash for a near fall. Belair rolled to the apron. Banks grabbed her and wrenched her left arm. Banks took Belair to ringside and ran her into the ring steps before rolling her back inside the ring. Banks followed and used Belair’s braid while applying the Bank Statement.

Banks pushed off the ropes to roll Belair back to the middle of the ring, but then Belair rolled back to the ropes to break the hold. Cole questioned if frustration was building in Banks. Graves said Banks had found the gear she needs to operate at the highest level. Banks jawed at Belair, who responded by shoving her into the corner.

Belair placed Banks on the top rope and set up for a superplex, but Banks shoved her off. Belair went for a kick, but Belair ended up tying her in the tree of woe. Banks leapt into the ring and then went for double knees in the corner, but Belair avoided it. Belair hit a 450 splash and got a good near fall with the referee counting at pinfall speed. Belair showed frustration.

Belair set up for the KOD, but Banks avoided it. Banks and Belair played tug of war with the braid. Belair won the battle and whipped Banks with it. They jockeyed for position and then Belair performed the KOD and scored the clean pin. “Bianca Belair shocked the world,” Cole yelled.

Bianca Belair defeated Sasha Banks in 17:15 to win the Smackdown Women’s Championship.

An emotional Belair celebrated with the title belt while her father, mother, and brother celebrated in the crowd. Banks was shown at ringside with a big welt on her side, which Graves said was from the braid. Fireworks shot off around the stadium while Cole said Belair’s time is now. Cole said goodnight and told viewers they would see them again on WrestleMania Sunday…

Powell’s POV: A terrific match and it turned out to be the rightful main event. It drives me even more nuts that the build to the match was so bad. But they definitely came through with a good, memorable main event. I love that Cole acknowledged that it was the first time two black women had headlined WrestleMania and the company didn’t turn it into a pat on the back moment. Belair’s emotion at the start and after the match was terrific and really helped make this feel special.

Overall, night one was solid and the main event really put it over the top. Vote for the best match and grade the overall show in our post event polls below. Jake Barnett and I will team up for our same night audio review of night one exclusively for Dot Net Members.

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Readers Comments (13)

  1. God Vince must be tearing people spart

  2. Unscripted promos!! Could this be a blessing in disguise? Drew’s promo about the weather taking away from him again was fantastic!

  3. Ha a real thunderdome!!

  4. I’m in the stadium and the crowd was evenly split between Bobby and Drew. There was even a dueling Let’s Go Bobby-Let’s go Drew chant.

  5. Tom Phillips blocked me on twitter when I called him a creep for sending penis pics.

    I hope they fire him.

  6. The monster heel got the biggest babyface pop of the night. Omos is over, until they screw it up.

  7. I’m getting tons of audio cuts and freeze frame shots on this garbage Peacock stream.

  8. Holy crap. Props to Bad Bunny. That was way better than I could have expected

  9. Why did the signage for Bianca say “EST of NXT?” That seemed really odd

  10. One thing I dislike already with peacock Network taking over WWE material, is the commercials during WrestleMania. I specifically paid extra not to have commercials which works for the other programming but evidently not for ppvs. I’m sure that’s a peacock thing and not a WWE issue. Just my take.

    • But I believe WM has had ads in recent years. So whether it’s Peacock ads or something else, the ads would have been there had this been a WWE Network broadcast.

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