Brock Ate, He Slept, and BAH GOD ALMIGHTY, He Broke The Streak: Brock Lesnar had the lowest odds ever going into last night, and outright shocked the world, by breaking The Undertaker’s perfect 21–0 at Wrestlemania streak. Twitter went insane, people in the Superdome were actually crying, and it took me about 4 minutes to accept that it was the real finish of the match. I’ve since realized it’s the perfect way to set up Bryan vs. Lesnar at SummerSlam this year, but at that moment, everybody had no way to understand.

Cesaro Uppercutting His Way To The Upper Tier: The Swiss Superman, Cesaro, went into the night stuck on the pre-show, and not likely to win. What then transpired was only the second biggest surprise of the evening. With the breakup of The Real Americans happening at the end of that match, people thought Cesaro was done for the night, and that getting to put Swagger in the Giant Swing was enough of a moment. His surprise (and unannounced to the Superdome crowd) entry into, and victory in, the 30-man Battle Royal, might have been the moment of the night that yours truly cared the most about. For the Andre The Giant Battle Royal to actually end with Cesaro picking up and scoop-slamming the giant-sized Big Show over the top rope, an homage to Wrestlemania III’s Andre & Hogan finish, was just beautiful booking. I’m excited to see where Cesaro goes from here.

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Big Dave Returned to Tap Out to the American Dragon Daniel Bryan: A moment built up since Summerslam, and it’s almost unfortunate that this is the third biggest moment from last night. The play-in match with Bryan beating Triple H was well done enough, as were Triple H’s involvement with the finish of the main event, but there were a number of moments that kept fans guessing. The combo-finisher that Batista and Orton executed on Bryan on the announce table was a thing of beauty in its excellence. But the big series of moments near the end with “Big Dave” Batista’s dastardly move to throw Bryan out of the ring and steal an almost-pinfall on Orton was the moment where most people were actually surprised during the match. Many had thought the title win could have been a part of Batista’s contract, and this moment, to be followed by Bryan winning by making Batista tap to the YES! Lock truly gave the finish the excitement and momentum it needed. The celebratory moment in the end, for Bryan to have vanquished not only the King of Kings Superboss Triple H and his goons Orton and Batista, felt like a big video game ending, and that’s a compliment.

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The Shield Squashed The Attitude Era: Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, and Dean Ambrose came into Wrestlemania in a match with men 19–23 years their senior, and proceeded to dominate as if age actually mattered in pro wrestling. The match, which at 2:57 took less than half the time of The Undertaker’s 7-minute-long (yes, I timed it) entrance, consisted of possible-future-face-of-the-company delivering Superman Punch after Superman Punch on his aged enemies.

Vince McMahon No-Showed: Wrestlemania, now 30 years old, is the brainchild of Vincent K. McMahon. This was one of the most shocking nights in recent history, especially for his absence. I don’t know how he would have been involved, especially with the event already having Hulk Hogan for a host, but as the event ended, with confetti flying everywhere, it wasn’t a surprise to me that CM Punk didn’t return (although many around me were certain that either he or Sting would show up), but for Vince to have truly taken a full off-camera role (for now), was a surprise.

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