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REPORTS: 5 WrestleMania Moments That Were Not Supposed To Happen

5. Security Stops Gronk

Following the altercation with Jinder Mahal at WrestleMania Thirty-three, NFL star Rob Gronkowski was supposed to jump the barricade and help his friend Mojo Rawley win the ‘Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal’, but one of the security guards didn’t quite get the memo and rushed to stop Gronk upon crossing the barricade, before being allowed by the other referees. Despite the finish almost being ruined, it went ahead as planned in the end.

4. Wrong Winner

The end of WrestleMania 2000 Hardcore Battle Royal, saw the hardcore Championships change hands a total of three times in fifteen minutes on the 24/7 rules. The match was a concussion party and the climax saw Hardcore Holly emerge as the winner, which wasn’t part of the script.

What was supposed to happen was that the timer was supposed to expire before the referee will count to three so Crash Holly will remain hardcore champion, but unfortunately, things weren’t going according to plan.

3. Shawn Michaels Storms Off

At WrestleMania Twenty-three, John Cena and Shawn Michaels faced each other in what is known as an epic encounter, but before the match took place, they had an unwelcome intruder. Though the two put on a gimmick, it didn’t irrupt the expectations of Michaels, who was furious with Cena. However, At the end of the match, there was a planned spot where Michaels would shake Cena’s hands, but Michaels angrily storms off.

2. Sid Vicious Kicks Out Of Hulk Hogan’s Leg Drop

Before the conclusion of WrestleMania Eight, Papa Shango (A voodoo practitioner) was supposed to come out and cause a disqualification finish in Hulk Hogan’s match with Sid Vicious, to protect Hogan’s leg drop finisher. But instead, Vicious was forced to be kicked out as Papa Shango missed his DQ. By that, nobody had ever kicked out of Hogan’s leg drop on TV.

1. WrestleMania Thirty-five Ending

At WrestleMania thirty-five, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, and Ronda Rousey made history by becoming the first women to main event WrestleMania. However, a botched finish left a mark on what was supposed to be a historic match. According to reports, the original plan was to have Charlotte Flair tapped out to Becky Lynch, but instead, Rousey suffered her first-ever pinfall loss despite the shoulder not being down on the mat. It was a kick in the face for Rousey, but at least the right person won.

So friends, Mention another WrestleMania moment that you think deserves to have a spotlight on this list, and let’s see.

 

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