Wrestlemania 28 Results: Two New Champions Crowned & a Once in a Life Time Match

Wrestlemania 28

Sun Life Stadium in Miami Flordia

Attancance: 78,363 

Commentators: Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler

– Triple Threat WWE Tag Team Title Pre-Show Match: Promo & Epico defeated The Usos and Tyson Kidd & Justinian Gabriel to retain the titles.

– World Heavyweight Championship: Sheamus defeated Daniel Bryan in 18 seconds to win the title when he nailed him with the Brogue Kick as soon as the bell rang.

– Singles Match: Kane defeated Randy Orton by chokeslaming Orton off the second turnbuckle.

  • Intercontinental Championship: Big Show defeated Cody Rhodes to win his first IC title when Show knocked him out with the WMD Punch.

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Wrestlemania 28 Preview & Predictions

The showcase of the immortals is upon us once again as the 28th installment of Wrestlemania takes place this Sunday in Miami, Florida. The main course will consist of two world title matches, Hell in a Cell and the biggest professional matches to come down the pipe in years.   (Column I wrote for gerweck.net)

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My Wrestling Dream Matches


What is your wrestling dream match? Anytime, anywhere and any era. There is no right or wrong answer because it is what you want to see.  Whether it’s a match that never happened or a contest that happened at the wrong time, fantasy booking or create a wrestler made on your favorite video game can makes dreams a virtual reality. Here are my seven dream matches and please, share your dream matches in the comment section as well.

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“My Victory Over You Means Nothing” A Look into The Undertaker vs. HHH

(Column I wrote for gerweck.net)

On Raw, HHH told the world why he rejected the Undertaker’s challenge to a rematch at Wrestlemania 28. HHH said there was always a chill that went up his spine when he was in his presence. Last week, he didn’t feel the same way as he looked into his eyes and instead felt sad for him. He knows what type of beating he gave the Undertaker last year and now he knows the dead man’s limit. HHH said he would take him out once and for all and suggested that this may be what Taker wants but he won’t be the guy to do it. As HHH leaves, his music stops and the lights go out. A video message form the Undertaker airs stating his victory over HHH means nothing as he stares at images on a wall of him being carried out ala Ray Finkle style. He offers him one more chance at immortality and vows this is not over.

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A Personal Retrospective of the 2003 Royal Rumble

The bright lights of Boston Massachusetts’ Fleetcenter shined down on the WWE as the Royal Rumble event brought mayhem, action and excitement to a world wide audience. I attended this event with some good friends and it was quite the show even though it was beyond obvious to me that Brock Lesnar was going to win the Rumble to set up his match with Kurt Angle at Wrestlemania 19. In my youthful years, I would wait outside the security gates on Causeway St. in order to catch a glimpse of the wrestlers entering the building on the off chance that one of them would hand out an autograph. I was never able to obtain an autograph in all my years of attending events. However, I did witness Booker T and Rob Van Dam trade backstage passes for a huge bag of weed with a fan five hours before the event. Also, I was almost ran over by Ken Shamrock in August of 1997  while crossing the street. Most people would see their life flash before their eyes at this moment. I, on the other hand, marked out like a fanboy in the middle of the street since I was in the presence of the world’s most dangerous man while preventing him from taking a left hand turn onto Canal street.

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