What an electrifying night it was in the history of WWE!
From the Preshow to WrestleMania 29 the audience was explosive and so was the WWE Superstars.
In the Preshow, The Miz won the Intercontinental Championship back from Wade Barrett by means of the Figure Four submission hold forcing Barrett to tap out.
Starting out WrestleMania 29 was a 6-Man Tag Team with Sheamus, Randy Orton, and The Big Show facing The Shield (Roman, Dean, & Rollins). Sheamus was down in the ring and was slowly trying to tag in The Big Show, Randy Orton zealously tagging himself in to loose the match by spear from Rollins and Dean won it by covering Orton for the three count.
In the next match, Mark Henry vs. Ryback, Mark Henry get the win by shear weight when Ryback went for Shellshocked and just gave way on the mat. Mark Henry covered Ryback for the three count and wins it. Afterwards, having a little more fight left in him, Ryback gets back up and hits Henry with a Spinebuster and finally Shellshocked.
Team Hell No vs. Big E. Langston and Dolph Ziggler in a Tag Team Title match. Ziggler and Langston goes down after Ziggler tries to hit Kane with the MITB breafcase and misses. Kane executes a Chokeslam then Bryan tags in delivered a Flying Headbutt and cover for the win.
Next in the ring was Chris Jericho vs. Fandango. Jericho looses after his attempt at Walls of Jericho when Fandango rolls Jericho up for the win.
Alberto Del Rio comes out on top and keeps his World Heavyweight Championship belt against “We The People” Jack Swagger. Making Swagger tap out from a Armbreaker for the win
21-0 is the score after The Undertaker wins yet another match to up his winning streak when he fights CM Punk. Tombstone after Tombstone and Punk relentless to quit. Then he cheats by accidentally on purpose knocking out the referee grabbing the Urn of Paul Barrier and hitting Undertaker with it. Then covers Undertaker for a two count. One last Tombstone on Punk and Undertaker wins another one for the history books.
Next up is a historical match between Triple H and Brock Lesnar. Triple H wins it by help from his Sledgehammer and then executing Lesnar with the Pedigree on top of the steel steps that was earlier put in the ring by none other than Lesnar.
Final match is another historical match between “The People’s Champion” The Rock and John Cena. Cena pulls an AA after countering each other’s moves and covers The Rock for the WWE Championship.