WWE was back with another installment of WrestleMania. After some questionable decisions as of late, the WWE needed to make changes. Not all the changes worked and here’s what the company needs to improve on for next year.
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WrestleNewz has WrestleMania 33 play by play coverage. Follow WresltNewz’s Joe on Twitter at @JosephLisnow We saw Luke Harper on the pre-show, so fans knew he was in the building. Erick Rowan wasn’t advertised for the show, but also was present. Randy Orton vs. Bray Wyatt was far from impressive and some outside interference would have helped. It would have been cool to witness all four men in the ring at once and see who sides with who. WWE could have put on the greatest 13 matches on Sunday yet, at some point, the crowd was going to lose attention. The brain isn’t designed to sit and stare at a TV screen or a ring for such long periods of times. Unfortunately, WWE has to stop trying to book every superstar on the card. There were a few favorites in the Andre The Giant Battle Royal and Sami Zayn was one of them. Considering how he almost lost his job as part of the lengthy storyline with Mick Foley and Braun Strowman, Sami seemed like the right pick. Mojo winning isn’t going to help his career; while, it could have done wonders for the former NXT Champion. The Ladder Match was one of the highlights of WrestleMania 33, with The Hardy Boyz return only helping seal the deal. New Day should have tossed some tables and chairs so we got a TLC Match. Almost every TLC Match in WWE has been memorable and with The Hardy Boyz present, they always try to top past experiences. Big Show was clear heading into WrestleMania 33 that this was his final one. I was disappointed the Shaq match fell through but figured WWE would do Big Show a solid and let him win or almost win the Battle Royal. Instead, he was eliminated about 60 seconds in. Sad way to go out and he didn’t even put anyone over.