Wrestlemania 33 was a great all around card...the matches delivered as does every Wrestlemania with tremendous drama, pageantry, majesty, and on a large grandiose scale. Undertaker retired after a grueling physical and somewhat flop of a match with Roman Reigns. Brock Lesnar agreed to loose all encounters with Goldberg so he could win the Universal Title at the grandest stage of them all WM33 in yet another short match. Seth Rollins returned to beat Triple H after a second knee injury in a good match. Randy Orton won the WWE Title from Bray Wyatt in yet another short but strange surreal type of match for the 13th time. A.J. Styles stole the show opening WM33 beating Shane O Mac in a very physical encounter. The Hardy Boys returned from TNA to defeat 3 other RAW tag teams and get their well deserved titles back with the fans behind them solidly. Naomi won her Blue Brand Women's title back after loosing it due to an injury a few weeks before beating Alexa Bliss. Bayley kept the RAW Red Brand Women's Title as she defeated Nia, Sasha, and Charlotte. The Hall of Fame announcements are always one of the highlights of the show. DDP looked great, as did Beth Phoenix, and Kurt Angle. The Rock N Roll Express, Teddy Long, and Rick Rude's family also appeared.John Cena and Nikki Bella made quick work of The Miz and Maryse who tore the couple apart for weeks by making fun of them on Total Bellas. Cena proposed to Nicole and she accepted..off into the sunset for these two. KO defeated Y2J for the US Title so Jericho could go off and play with his band Fozzy in a very physical match. Beware the pre-matches are not included on this double Blu-Ray. Ambrose defeated Corbin to keep his Intercontinental Title. King Neville defeated Aries to keep his Crusierweight Title, and Mojo Rawley won the Andre The Giant Battle Royal with the help of Rob Gronkowski from NFL. Its funny the guy he beated Jinder Mahal just beat Randy Orton for the WWE Title on SmackDown and Mojo Rawley is nowhere to be found along with his injured buddy Zack Ryder who switches girlfirends quicker than his socks everyday..A good solid PPV with short, surreal matches. I guess after watching wrestling for 37 years it just isn't the same as it was back in the 80's.