• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 3, 2011) – Worst WrestleMania Of All Time
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on April 3, 2011, WrestleMania 27 took place at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia.
This WrestleMania is widely considered as the worst WrestleMania event of ALL time. Below are the results:
– World Heavyweight Championship Match: Edge (c) (with Christian) def. Alberto Del Rio (with Brodus Clay and Ricardo Rodriguez) to retain the Title.
– Cody Rhodes def. Rey Mysterio
– Big Show, Kane, Kofi Kingston and Santino Marella def. The Corre (Ezekiel Jackson, Heath Slater, Justin Gabriel and Wade Barrett)
– Randy Orton def. CM Punk
– Singles match with Stone Cold Steve Austin as special guest referee: Michael Cole (with Jack Swagger) def. Jerry Lawler via DQ.
– No Holds Barred Match: The Undertaker def. Triple H
– John Morrison, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and Trish Stratus def. Dolph Ziggler and LayCool (Layla and Michelle McCool) (with Vickie Guerrero)
– WWE Championship Match: The Miz (c) (with Alex Riley) def. John Cena to retain the Title.
You can watch the highlights from this show in just 60 seconds below:
• WWE Posts An Update Regarding The Undertaker & John Cena
WWE posted the following updated regarding The Undertaker & John Cena WrestleMania 34 program:
“After coming up short in several attempts to secure a WrestleMania bout, including the Royal Rumble Match, a career-altering contest inside Elimination Chamber and a WWE Championship Six-Pack Challenge Match at WWE Fastlane, John Cena has seen his Road to WrestleMania hit a dead end.
However, before accepting his fate and preparing to go to The Showcase of the Immortals as a member of the WWE Universe, The Leader of the Cenation decided to exhaust one more option and challenged The Undertaker to a one-on-one match on The Grandest Stage of Them All.
Unfortunately for the 16-time World Champion, no response came one way or the other, prompting the frustrated Superstar to employ drastic measures and actually call The Deadman a coward! Though this resulted in Cena being assaulted by Kane before defeating him in a No Disqualification Match the following week, there was still no word from The Demon of Death Valley.
Finally, on the final Monday Night Raw before WrestleMania, Cena seemingly lost hope that the epic contest would take place, delivering a somber and, at times acidic, final message to The Deadman before walking up the ramp.
So, what now for Cena? With The Undertaker offering no answer to his challenge, perhaps the showdown between the two iconic Superstars is simply not meant to be. Is Cena destined to experience this year’s Showcase of The Immortals as a spectator?
Will he aid another Superstar to victory or perhaps offer his expert knowledge of The Grandest Stage of Them All as a guest commentator? Or, is there still a chance that a match between John Cena and The Undertaker may take place? Find out this Sunday at WrestleMania, streaming live on WWE Network at a special start time of 7 ET/4 PT!”