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Post-WrestleMania Raw Preview: Expect NXT Debuts, Big Returns, and Much More

WrestleMania is over, but in the eyes of many fans the true big event will be happening tonight. Yes, it’s time for the long-awaited Raw after WrestleMania, and its requisite collection of big debuts, huge returns, new stories, and rowdy crowds. Let’s break down what to expect.

The biggest news from WrestleMania was undoubtedly the retirement of the Undertaker at the hands of Roman Reigns. The Big Dog is in line for the boos of a lifetime at tonight’s Raw, and his detractors will no doubt get a great deal of schadenfreude enjoyment from the predicament. Whether those boos are addressed in any meaningful we is a question I’d prefer not to address. (Because the answer is too depressing.)

The other headline from WrestleMania was the return of the Hardy Boyz, and we can look to see them address their future tonight on Raw. The big question is whether or not they’ll be fully into the Broken gimmick, as their appearances backstage at Mania could suggest them going either way. Don’t expect them in a match tonight–that’s pure speculation, but given that they’ve been in two consecutive brutal ladder contests, I’d say they’ve earned a break.

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Two Raw stars were notable for their absence last night. One of those is Samoa Joe, and I’d put money on the line to say he’ll show up on behalf of Triple H to extract vengeance on Seth Rollins, setting up a feud to last for the next few months.

That other missing star is Finn Balor, who’s been medically cleared and worked several house shows this past month, but made no appearance at ‘Mania. Just remember, we were robbed of a massive Finn entrance this year. I would be shocked if Balor didn’t make a comeback tonight.

In addition, there are a handful of NXT stars reported for debut–those being Shinsuke Nakamura, Andrade “Cien” Almas, and Tye Dillinger. We don’t know which will be headed to Raw and which to SmackDown, but all three are expected to debut this week.

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All that, and we haven’t even got to the champions. Bayley retained the Raw Women’s Championship, but there’s no clear direction for her going forward–unless the long-awaited Sasha heel turn happens tonight. (Oh my!)

Kevin Owens proved himself the better man than his best bud Chris Jericho, claiming the US Championship in the process. Jericho will be off soon to pursue avenues outside WWE for a bit, so we’ll see the future direction for KO tonight.

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Then there’s Brock Lesnar, who conquered Goldberg in a five-minute match that should mark a definitive end to their rivalry. Who comes after the Universal Champion? No idea, and I love it. Roman, Seth, Owens, and Finn all have legitimate claims on a championship match, and while one of those names in particular is almost certainly the one to beat Lesnar, it could be months before the Big Dog gets there.

Should be a fun show, so stick with us for everything as it happens!

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Live Report From the “WrestleCon Supershow 2017”

In addition to the Rev Pro show on Friday night, WrestleCon also put on a Supershow in the same room (and with a lot of the same talent). This was the definition of a supershow with a little bit of everything from comedy to violence to dueling chants. To say this was a lot more energetic than most shows is an understatement.

The show was scheduled to start at 8:30 but since Rev Pro went fairly late it wound up starting at about 8:50. There were also well over 1000 people in one room sot he place was BOILING. Prices for a bottle of water (as in a regular one) at the bar: SIX DOLLARS. Realizing this was insane, I went down the street to Walgreens and bought a liter sized bottle for $1.79. At intermission I went and got two more, with all three not combining for the cost of one. I get the idea of making money but those prices would drive customers away.

1. David Starr/Caleb Kenley/Trevor Lee vs. Michael Elgin/ACH/Mascarito Dorado

That would be El Torito at the end. To give you an idea of what we were dealing with on this card, ACH was introduced as “Mr. I Used This Booking To Pay My Bills.” The match was under Lucha rules and it was very clear that this was going to be a very Un-PG show. Dorado did a bunch of speedy stuff, causing Lee to shout the following at his partners: “WHAT IN THE F******* F*** WAS THAT???” Later, when Dorado was in a chinlock, Lee shouted at Kenley to “MAKE THAT MIDGET TAP!”

Dorado got beaten up for a good while (including taking a triple crotch shot to the head) until Elgin got in to clean house with the power. ACH didn’t really do much here and really could have been anyone in the spot. Dorado eventually ended Starr with a moonsault in about 12:00. This was a lot of fun and a great opener. B-.

2. Low Ki vs. Shane Strickland

Let’s make this clear: I’ve never liked Low Ki. I find him to be very one dimensional and repetitive beyond believe. He was a surprise here though and the roof came off when he appeared in the ring. They kicked each other a lot and Low Ki hit a top rope double stomp to the apron for a huge crash and the pin at 13:04. This was pretty repetitive and just kept going. D+.

3. Impact Wrestling World Title: Bobby Lashley vs. Jeff Cobb

Now this was interesting before the bell as Lashley was introduced to some country music and didn’t appear. It wasn’t clear what happened but an “F*** THAT OWL” chant started up. I couldn’t see the entrance but I saw Lashley walking around ringside with no entrance. As luck would have it, I got to ask him what happened at WrestleCon and it turned out they didn’t have his planned music and it’s a VERY serious rule to never come out to someone else’s music. He didn’t come out because they didn’t play the right song but he knew he was going to be the huge heel so he just came through the crowd instead.

The match was a good power brawl with Lashley not taking Cobb seriously to start and eventually getting thrown around. The more I watch of Lashley, the more I appreciate him. He’s just a machine out there and looks like a tank while also being a really nice guy outside the ring. Lashley realized he had to put some effort into things so he eventually got in the Dominator and a spear to retain at about 10:45. B-.

4. Flip Gordon/Sammy Guevera vs. Angelico/Jack Evans

Angelico is my favorite from Lucha Underground so this was a treat. I didn’t know who Gordon and Guevera were at first but they both put in a very solid performance and got my attention more than once. Sammy looks a lot like Justin Bieber so Evans made a bunch of jokes when he got the tag. Evans did a bunch of insane flips and eventually Angelico’s running Razor’s Edge buckle bomb got the pin at about 13:00. I could very easily see Gordon and Guevera as a team on a bigger stage as they had a nice, clean cut look but played good heels.

5. Team Ricochet (Ricochet/Jason Cade/Sami Calihan/AR Fox/Desmond Xavier) vs. Team Will Ospreay (Ospreay/Marty Scurll/Lio Rush/Drew Galloway/Ryan Smile)

This was a ten man tag, which is becoming one of the signature matches of the WrestleCon Supershow. Let me put this very simply: I’ve been watching wrestling for a long time. Like, a very long time. I’ve been to more shows than I can count, including three Wrestlemanias. I have never, in my entire career watching wrestling, had more fun watching a wrestling match in person.

The captains were chosen due to a great match Ospreay and Ricochet had last year in Japan which was called choreographed nonsense. The solution? Give then four partners each (which they say they were allowed to hand pick) and TWENTY TWO MINUTES to do as much choreographed stuff as they could. This included a series of about ten straight cutters, quadruple big boots, a quintuple suplex and a dance off that has to be seen to be believed. As luck would have it, I had a camera on me and filmed the second half of said dance off. Everyone danced but I only got the last few. The one that matters is included though.

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This was twenty two minutes of having fun with professional wrestling. It had been a very long day and I was starting to check out on the show due to a bit of a boring card. This match snapped me back to life and I had one of the best experiences I’ve ever had watching. Honestly I don’t even remember how the match ended but that wasn’t the point. Find this match online (the full show is available for $5 at Highspots’ website) and have a good time being entertained by it. Easy A+ and the most fun I had all weekend.

Intermission time, which again ran long as the wrestlers were running their merch tables. It also meant time for me to meet some more wrestlers, including Angelico, Lio Rush, Flip Gordon, Sammy Guevera (very nice guy), Desmond Xavier and Moose. As I was coming back from Walgreens for water, I saw Marty Jannetty in the lobby and WOW he was out of it. I shook his hand and he started walking around without letting go while hitting on a woman. As I was heading out of the arena, I also saw Donovan Dijak watching the show as a fan.

6. DDT Ironman Heavymetalweight Title: WrestleCon Rumble

So…..explaining this title……uh……basically it’s a parody of the WWF Hardcore Title where the belt can be won by ANYTHING, including a baseball bat, a ladder, a cameraman, various sex dolls, a child who had the ability to chokeslam anyone and Candace Larae, whose title win took place in a dream. This was a Royal Rumble with one minute intervals but the title could change hands via pinfall, submission or an elimination. In other words, the title can change hands during the match but the winner would be champion no matter what. Instead of going through this step by step, here are the entrants and anythign of note.

1. Joey Ryan (defending champion)
2. Colt Cabana

Here’s what I’m dealing with in this match:

Bell rings.

Ryan to Cabana: “GRAB MY D***!”

Fans: “GRAB HIS D***! GRAB HIS D***!”

3. Kikutaro (Japanese comedy character)
4. Underground Luchador

This was a masked guy in a Lucha Underground t-shirt. It was obviously Matt Striker and after a rollup to pin Ryan (which wasn’t an elimination), he was unmasked as such.

5. Manscout Jake Manning (He reads and beats people up at the same time)
6. George South
7. Suicide (Never unmasked, apparently Caleb Konley)
8. Mr. Hughes (Down probably 100lbs from his mainstream days)
9. Zane Riley (Mr. 305 Live)
10. 2 Cold Scorpio (One of my favorites so this was a treat)
11. Billy Gunn (Easily the biggest pop of the match)
12. Moose (Who had a staredown with Gunn for a bizarre visual)
13. Swoggle
14. Shane Douglas
15. Kevin Thorn
16. Shannon Moore
17. Hurricane (With a bad limp)
18. Abyss (House was cleaned)
19. Gangrel (That music is still SWEET)
20. Marty Jannetty

The final five were Jannetty, Moose, Gangrel, Swoggle and Ryan. I don’t often say this, but Jannetty was an embarrassment. I know he’s on a horrible ankle but the fans were booing him out of the building, which says a lot given how fun this match really was. Thankfully he was gone soon thereafter but it was bad while it lasted. Ryan’s mighty penis eliminated Moose and Swoggle tossed him a few seconds later for the win and the title at about 25:00. Much like the Gimmick Battle Royal in 2001, this was all about having people come to the ring one more time and not the result.

Ryan immediately rolled Swoggle up to get the title back (it’s defended 24/7 like the Hardcore Title) and then made the mistake of saying he would defend against anyone anytime. Then, in something I’ve always wanted to see and never thought I’d get to: Enter Sandman.

The Sandman came out with a full entrance, complete with the entire Metallica song, cigarettes and beer being poured into fans’ mouths. Sandman offered Ryan a beer but caned him instead for the pin and the title. I’ve always wanted to see a Sandman entrance and it certainly didn’t disappoint.

7. Johnny Mundo vs. Brian Cage

This was a TLC match, though in this case it was won by pinfall or submission. Mundo had Taya Valkyrie with him (showing off very well in basically a red swimsuit) and Cage had his real life girlfriend (which I didn’t know) Melissa Santos, who did his entrance ala Lucha Underground. It’s very odd to see Santos out of her ring announcer outfits but jeans and a Lucha Underground shirt worked very well. She’s a very beautiful woman.

I was somewhat disappointed by this one as they really just hit each other with weapons for a bit. Taya tried to interfere and got superbombed through a table while Santos actually got physical (I don’t think she ever has in Lucha Underground) and took a very protected spear through another table. That was enough for Cage as he busted out a Steiner Screwdriver onto a chair for the easy pin. I forgot to start the timer but I’d guess around 12-13 minutes. There really wasn’t a need to call this a TLC match as it was basically just a glorified street fight. C-, only because of the gimmick announced.

8. Hardys vs. Rey Fenix/Pentagon Dark

The Hardys weren’t playing their Broken characters here…..but yeah they were the Broken Hardys. Matt kept doing DELETE and shouted WONDERFUL a few times. Interestingly enough, CERO MIEDO was getting louder reactions than DELETE. This was actually pretty short with the Hardys never seeming to be in much danger. Fenix and Pentagon (collectively the Lucha Brothers and the reigning PWG Tag Team Champions) had some sweet double team moves though and I’m sure they’d be fun to watch more. A Twist of Fate into a double Swanton ended Pentagon at about 7:00. D+. Too short to be very good.

Post match Matt put over the Lucha Brothers (who are real life brothers as well) as the future of tag team wrestling, along with the Young Bucks and the Briscoes. Matt basically said he didn’t know how much longer he and Jeff could do this (I’m writing this after they won the Raw Tag Team Titles) but he doesn’t want Meek-Ma-Han to destroy tag wrestling (oh the irony). However, if any of McMahon’s teams try to take over, Jeff said they would fade away and classify themselves as obsolete. Hands were shaken in a sign of respect to end the show.

Overall, this was a total blast as they basically took everyone they could find not in WWE or ROH and threw together a wrestling card. Not everything can be Wrestlemania, but it doesn’t need to be. This show made me realize that sometimes you need to forget about the quality and the storytelling and such and just have fun watching people do wrestling moves to each other. I mean, this kind of stuff isn’t likely to work for the masses (WAY too many kicks to the head and silly flips) but it’s the junk food of wrestling: entertaining at the time and you remember it well. Really entertaining show here and I’ll be back for the 2018 edition. B+.


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It’s Official: JR Is Back For Good

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A mere rumor just an hour ago, Jim Ross has confirmed that he’s now once again under contract with WWE.

In an interview with Fox Sports, JR confirmed that he has signed a two-year deal with WWE. The details were finalized on Friday.

“It has a specific number of dates that I’m obligated to work, which I think is good for me,” said Ross. “So look at it this way: I got my jersey back. I got brought back to my home team, and my opportunities back in WWE, I’m sure, will be multi-fold. They’ve got a lot of things that I can contribute (to), and I’ve been so blessed in the business that I’ve done so many different things. I’ve been an administrator and a syndicator, a marketing rep, a VP of broadcasting, a head of talent relations. But the fun part is what I did tonight. I hope to have more ‘fun part’ assignments in the future, but I’ve got my jersey back. So if the team needs me to play, to work more than they anticipated because they need it, I’m in.”

JR’s comments echo the earlier report which suggested he would not be back on the announce table full-time. Instead, it seems likely he’ll only be brought in for big matches–lack last night’s retirement of the Undertaker. That’s in addition to any backstage role JR takes on, and we hope to hear more details soon.

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It’s been an emotional week for the legendary announcer, who lost his wife in an auto accident earlier this month. JR elected to keep his WrestleMania week appearance, and in the interview he discusses the incredible support received from fans.

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Legendary Announcer Negotiating Full-Time Deal With WWE

Jim Ross returned to WWE last to call what appears to have been the Undertaker’s last match. It’s fitting that JR would call the Deadman’s final appearance, but it seems we could be seeing far more in the near future.

According to a podcast appearance from Dave Meltzer, JR is negotiating a full-time contract with WWE, making his main event WrestleMania appearance more than a one-off.

The key word there is “negotiating,” as we’ve seen no confirmation that the deal has yet been signed. However, given the sour feelings we’ve heard regarding JR’s departure from WWE in the past, it’s great to hear they’re back on working terms. (As if his calling the WrestleMania main event wasn’t enough.)

Meltzer speculates that this wouldn’t be a truly “full-time” deal, as JR likely wouldn’t want to work weekly TV. He might instead be calling big pay-per-view matches exclusively.

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Reportedly, WWE is very concerned with ITV’s new show scooping up the legendary announcer, and doesn’t want to allow their potential UK competitor any advantages.

Whatever the reasons, though, we’ll be happy to see JR back under the WWE banner. His legendary voice added a great deal to the Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns match last night, and we’d love to see him call matches for far more of WWE’s current stars.

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Report: These NXT Stars Will Debut On Raw and SmackDown This Week

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I’m feeling a little hungover from WrestleMania–and I didn’t even drink–but the biggest week of WWE’s year is far from over. We’ve got the much-anticipated “Raw After WrestleMania” tonight, and the move to live SmackDowns means that Tuesday’s show shouldn’t be missed, either.

Now, we’re getting word on some huge NXT call-ups expected tonight and tomorrow, courtesy of the post-WrestleMania edition of Wrestling Observer Radio (subscription required).

According to that report, Shinsuke Nakamura, Andrade “Cien” Almas, and Tye Dillinger will all be on the main roster “in the next couple days.” No word on which brand each star will land on, but it sounds like they’re all locks to hit the big time this week.

Following Takeover, “a lot of the guys who lost” will be coming up, said Dave Meltzer. He couldn’t confirm anyone besides the three names above, but suggested the Revival as a possibility.

Despite Killian Dain’s surprisingly lengthy stay in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal last night, Sanity is not expected to be leaving NXT anytime soon. It also seems Elias Samson’s rumored post-WrestleMania debut is no longer in the cards, especially considering he appeared during tapings for this week’s NXT.

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We’ll find out for sure what’s going down over the next two nights, but it looks to be a big week for fans of these stars.

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WrestleMania 33 Breaks Records

WWE issued the following press release:


Five Consecutive Nights of WWE® Sellouts in Orlando

ORLANDO, FL – April 2, 2017 – WWE (NYSE: WWE) announced tonight that WrestleMania 33 became the highest-grossing event in the history of the Orlando Citrus Bowl and broke the stadium’s attendance record with 75,245 fans from all 50 states and 62 countries.  WWE’s annual pop-culture extravaganza grossed $14.5 million, surpassing the previous record set by the Rolling Stones in 2015.  The previous Orlando Citrus Bowl attendance record was set by WrestleMania 24 in 2008 with 74,635 fans.

As part of the week-long WrestleMania celebration, WWE will have an unprecedented five consecutive nights of sellouts at the Citrus Bowl and Amway Center.

WrestleMania Week was a tremendous success for the City of Orlando and it was an honor to host WWE and their fans back in our community,” said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer.  “This is a testament to the investments we’ve made in our community venues that continue to attract these showcase events and solidify Orlando as the nation’s leading sports and entertainment destination.”

WrestleMania made a triumphant return to Orlando and again broke multiple records,” said WWE Executive Vice President of Special Events John Saboor. ”This success would not have been possible without the tireless support of Mayor Dyer, the Local Organizing Committee and all of the public and private sector partners throughout Central Florida.  We now turn our attention to New Orleans for our WrestleMania 34 celebration.”

WrestleMania 34 will take place on Sunday, April 8, 2018 from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.  Ticket information will be announced later this year.

Top Ten All-Time Attendance Records at WrestleMania:

  1. 101,763: WrestleMania 32, AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX, April 3, 2016
  2. 93,173: WrestleMania 3, Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, Michigan, March 29, 1987
  3. 80,676: WrestleMania 29, MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey, April 7, 2013
  4. 80,103: WrestleMania 23, Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan, April 1, 2007
  5. 78,363: WrestleMania 28, Sun Life Stadium, Miami, Florida, April 1, 2012
  6. 76,976: WrestleMania 31, Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California, March 29, 2015
  7. 75,245: WrestleMania 33, Orlando Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Florida, April 2, 2017
  8. 75,167: WrestleMania 30, Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA, April 6, 2014
  9. 74,635: WrestleMania 24, Orlando Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Florida, March 30, 2008
  10. 72,744: WrestleMania 25, Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas, April 5, 2009

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Roman Reigns defeated The Undertaker. After the match, Reigns stands tall while Taker is laid out on his back in the middle of the ring. Reigns makes his exit from the ring and heads up the ramp. Reigns turns around and looks at the ring. He poses with his arms in the air as the fireworks go off in the background. More fireworks go off around the Citrus Bowl as Reigns stares at the ring. Reigns turns and marches up the ramp to what sounds like a mixed reaction. His music stops and we see Taker still down in the ring.

Fans start chanting “thank you Taker” at him. Taker starts to move and then sits up in the middle of the ring. We go to replays as he struggles to get up. We come back and the lights are out as Taker stands tall in the ring with his hat and coat on. Taker’s music hits as he looks around at the crowd. Fans pop and applaud The Deadman while he takes it all in. Taker removes his gloves and wrist tape, leaving them in the middle of the ring. Taker removes his coat and his cap for another pop. Taker places his gear in the middle of the ring as the lightning strikes and the fire rages on the stage. Taker exits the ring while a spotlight is on his gear.

More than 30 minutes after the end of #WrestleMania 33, Undertaker’s iconic trench coat and hat remain in the ring.
Photo: Steve Argintaru

— Steve Argintaru (@SteveTSN) April 3, 2017

Taker stops at Michelle McCool and his family at ringside before making the long walk up the ramp. The “thank you Taker” chants continue. Taker stops on the ramp and turns around to look at the ring. He turns back around and raises his fist as the lightning strikes again.

The gongs hit again and the stadium goes black. WrestleMania 33 goes off the air.

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John Cena Proposes to Nikki Bella at WrestleMania 33 (Photos, Video)

John Cena and Nikki Bella defeated The Miz and Maryse at WrestleMania 33 in Orlando. Both had family members at ringside for the match.

The post-match segment saw Cena ask Nikki to marry him and she said yes. No word yet on when the happy couple will be tying the knot but we will keep you updated.

Below are photos and videos from the match:

A LONG RUN for @JohnCena and Nikki @BellaTwins, but the CHAMP IS FINALLY HERE! #WrestleMania

— WWE (@WWE) April 3, 2017

Nikki @BellaTwins and @JohnCena know opportunity when they see it! #WrestleMania #MixedTag

— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) April 3, 2017

“This is what you wanted…I’m so very proud of you.” – @JohnCena to Nikki @BellaTwins #WrestleMania #MixedTag

— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) April 3, 2017

“I have been waiting so long to ask you this…WILL YOU MARRY ME?” – @JohnCena to Nikki @BellaTwins! #WrestleMania

— WWE WrestleMania (@WrestleMania) April 3, 2017

Sealed with a kiss, @JohnCena and Nikki @BellaTwins are getting MARRIED! Only at

— WWE WrestleMania (@WrestleMania) April 3, 2017

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The Hardys Return to WWE at WrestleMania 33

Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy returned to WWE at WrestleMania 33 and won a Fatal 4 Way Ladder Match to become the new RAW Tag Team Champions.

Other teams in the match were Cesaro & Sheamus, Enzo Amore & Big Cass and former champions Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson.

The Hardys are now seven-time WWE Tag Team Champions but this is obviously their first run with these RAW Tag Team Titles. Gallows and Anderson won the titles from Cesaro and Sheamus back on January 29th at the Royal Rumble.

Below are photos and videos from the match:

This match is now a #Fatal4Way?! WHO is the fourth team in this #LadderMatch?! #WrestleMania

— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) April 3, 2017


— WWE (@WWE) April 3, 2017

Can you believe your eyes?! The #HardyBoyz are at the #UltimateThrillRide #WrestleMania, streaming LIVE on @WWENetwork!

— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) April 3, 2017

#PoetryInMotion from @MATTHARDYBRAND and @JEFFHARDYBRAND! Can The #HardyBoyz reach the top of #RAW‘s tag team division?! #WrestleMania

— WWE WrestleMania (@WrestleMania) April 3, 2017

The #HardyBoyz are SEVEN-TIME #TagTeamChampions as @JEFFHARDYBRAND & @MATTHARDYBRAND make a #WrestleMania moment!

— WWE WrestleMania (@WrestleMania) April 3, 2017

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