WrestleMania 38 Week’s Top Moments

From wrestling matches to celebrities, to the world title match, and pros returning to the ring, WrestleMania 38 had the whole buffet of awesome. But with WreslteCon, The Undertaker emotionally accepting his Hall of Fame induction, and more, WrestleMania week lived up to its hype. So, settle down for the recap: the good, the bad, the shocking, and best of all, the unexpected highlights from WrestleMania 38. 

Highlights in the Ring at WrestleMania 38

With the entire week packed with entertainment, meet-and-greets, shenanigans, matches, and more, WrestleMania isn’t just about watching the big game. WrestleMania the week is living, breathing, and walking amongst legends, heroes, and fulfilling dreams. And WrestleMania tournament matches are all about tying up loose ends, creating new stories to follow throughout the year, and bringing back the Icons one more time. This year’s WrestleMania did not disappoint. 

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Top ten most memorable Moments of WrestleMania 38

  • Logan Paul, a YouTube sensation, stepped up to the plate and owned his character like a boss
  • JackAss actor, Wee-Man, climbed into the ring and body-slammed Sami Zayn
  • Edge’s epic entrance on a flaming throne and action-packed match with AJ Styles
  • The Grudge match between Bianca Belair & Becky Lynch 
    • Watch the last seconds here
  •  Roman Reigns continues his 600+ days a champion as he bested Brock Lesnar
  • Cody Rhodes return, tribute to his father, and win against Seth Rollins
  • The Amazing return and battle between Stone Cold Steve Austin and Vince McMahon 
  • Pat McAfee’s questionable loss to McMahon, and epic entrance with the Dallas Cowboys’ cheerleaders
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WrestleCon

Everyone knows, WrestleCon is the place to meet your favs. But we want to hear from you. Tell us what your favorite WrestleCon Moments were. We found RVD smoking’ it up with a fan. And between WrestleCon and WrestleMania, Rob found time to live it up on stage, smoking a joint with his wife Katie Forbes giving him a lap dance. 

Hall of Fame Highlights

It’s only fitting the night be filled with honoring wrestlers who have past, as the star for the evening was none other than The Undertaker himself. But the Steiner Brothers kicked off the evening. As the tag-team duo took the stage, fans didn’t know what to expect, but after several stories and a few jokes, they ended their moment with respect for one another, tag team partners, and brothers to the end. Following the brothers, Queen Sharmell entered with the same poise and elegance she embodied throughout her career. With gracious mentions to those who gave her a leg up, she ended her spotlight time with a promise to give back to the next generation of wrestlers. 

The-undertaker-in-the ring

While his boots may “Rest In Peace,” this legend’s memory will forever haunt and thrill wrestling fans.

The memory of Shad Gaspard (January 13, 1981 – May 17, 2020) took the spotlight next as his family accepted the Warrior award on his behalf. A real true-blue hero. Shad left the “world’s” arena of life saving his son from a riptide current. Following Shad’s moving tribute, the WWE honored another wrestler past, Vadar (May 14, 1955 – June 18, 2018). Vadar will forever be known for his 13 world titles on four different continents. Last but not least, the Undertaker entered the arena and the entire crowd rose. With 27 years in the ring, The Undertaker had much to say, but he did not waste a moment before he thanked his fans. 

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