Top positive review
Three decades of awesome!
on November 18, 2014
Wrestlemania 30 was my first ever live WWE experience. I enjoyed it immensely and it was only natural that I get this.
Firstly, if you are into additional content, you will be disappointed this Blue Ray DVD. With the exception of the awesome Pre-show tag title bout, there really isn't anything added. The WWE Network features some additional features such as superstar interviews and such, so it might be better you spend your money on that, rather than get this DVD.
If however, you are willing to sacrifice the extras for one of the best wrestling events ever, this is for you!
The show kicks off with three legendary icons in the business, to a brilliant wrestling match between Daniel Bryan and Triple H, for the opportunity to get into the main event. The New Age Outlaws and Kane made a brief appearance in an effort to hang with the new dogs of the yard, the Shield... who managed to carve out an epic Wrestlemania moment.
If that wasn't enough, the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal will leave you breathless with one of the most poetic endings in WWE History, reminiscent of Hulk Hogan body slamming Andre the Giant!
War can be fought in many ways and John Cena found himself entering the Superdome locked in Psychological Warfare against the Wyatt Family.
Then after 21 years of dominating the Granddaddy of em all, The Undertaker seeks to add to The Streak, but by no means is it an easy task. For he has never faced a Beast Incarnated in the form of Brock Lesnar! Here comes the pain.
AJ Lee then steps between the ropes to defend her Diva's Championship in an invitational Diva's match, certainly an opportunity for her to cement her place as the dominant female of the current product, or will the Total Divas reign supreme?
Then, the main event of the evening. The Authority's hand picked face of the company, and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion: Randy Orton, enters into the squared circle to defend his title against his former teammate: Dave Batista, chosen by the Authority to ensure that the main event of Wrestlemania would truly be what is "best for Business". Will they be able to achieve an all Authority main event by filling it out with The C.O.O, The Game: Triple H? Or did Daniel Bryan achieve his life long dream of reaching to the top, proving his doubters wrong, and not only enter into the main event of Wrestlemania 30, but capture the WWE World Heavyweight Championship?