In wrestling there are winners and losers. At the WrestleMania 33 pay per view on Sunday, there were losers in their respective match. There were also wrestlers who scored the victory, but they weren’t winners in the eyes of fans.
Take a gander at the 5 real losers from WrestleMania 33. Feel free to drop some comments down below, unless the list is perfect and everyone agrees.
WrestleNewz has WrestleMania 33 play by play coverage online. Follow WresltNewz’s Joe on Twitter at @JosephLisnow I was expecting Sasha Banks to turn heel and really reignited her NXT storyline with Bayley. Instead, Sasha was the second person eliminated and she’s a far from cry from her days of taking Charlotte’s title. She needs a heel turn and/or switch to SmackDown. I’m not sure if The Miz & Maryse ever tagged together. They showed teamwork in the ring, but stood no chance against John Cena and Nikki Bella. The match was over in minutes to make way for the proposal. It’s not the match The Miz or Maryse probably wanted as they were fed to help Cena ask Nikki to marry him. So much for the era of Bray Wyatt. He couldn’t even win his first storyline since becoming champion. Randy Orton reclaiming the title isn’t helping get his character over anymore. Nothing special from Bray or Randy and the title change was the wrong call. Total failure all around. Roman Reigns won his second WrestleMania main event in a row, though he looked like the loser at the end. Fans were going to boo Reigns and he know that heading in. As the match got sloppy and the show reached hour seven, fans just wanted the finish. Maybe in a few weeks, we’ll look back and see how Reigns going over Undertaker was best for business. Right now, it doesn’t feel that way. I almost never thought Undertaker would end up in this category following WrestleMania. Let’s face it; Undertaker has the heart and passion to continue, but the body doesn’t care about those plans. After Roman Reigns speared Undertaker through the announce table, he never recovered. Fans witnessed the shell of a former superstar known as Undertaker. Still, it was a pleasure to follow his career for three decades.