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WFO AfterShock: WrestleMania XXXIII: Dead Men Tell No Tales

I’m rarely at a loss for words, and truly, after this WrestleMania… I feel like I should be after witnessing what I just did…

WrestleMania XXXIII (or 33 for those who don’t speak roman numerals), is in the books. After the dust settled, we found ourselves with a slew of new champions. (Owens, Orton, Lesnar, Naomi, The Hardys… wait, did I mention The Hardys?)

We had the end of the fairy tale, and the Last Ride of The Dead Man.

This WrestleMania will go down in the annuls of time for many reasons:

  •  Shane McMahon cementing his place, like it or not, in the WWE Hall of Fame.
  • CGI making its debut in pro wrestling.
  • The gender bending of an entrance between father and daughter.
  • A super jacked up Canadian playing an Indian get his face blasted off by a trained polar bear who plays for the New England Patriots.

Ultimately, of all the things that were seen at this WrestleMania, (including Stephanie McMahon’s glorious ass in black leather…) we saw a man do something that very few ever do: make a literal example of leaving themselves in the ring, one final time.

Make no mistake, Mark Calaway did that tonight, and in doing so he left us a legacy and a masterpiece out of a match that was not truly marked in either one of those.

Above all else, he, and he alone, elevated something that should not be into something that can never be forgotten.  Stand and pay your respects for The Dead Man, for you shall never see his like again.

At least… until WrestleMania XXXIV… maybe…

Enjoy the podcast.

BREAKING: The Undertaker Missing From Monday Night RAW Go Home Show

Breaking News coming in to the W.F.O. Underground:

Philadelphia — Sources backstage at Monday Night Raw tonight say that the Undertaker teases are all misdirection.  Amidst speculation that Mark Calaway, better known as The Undertaker, is not in Philadelphia tonight for Raw, due to concerns over his injury state after last week’s Raw, chokeslamming Braun Strowman.

Our source has told us that Vince McMahon had concerns about his ability to move like he should be able to.  In order to give the best performance that he can, and as “a precautionary move in order to give the fans the performance that they deserve, and the subscribers of the WWE Network their full $9.99 worth”  McMahon made the executive decision to send Calaway to Orlando, ahead of schedule, in order to give the fans what they want, his entrance is underway as we speak.

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